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North India Festival Tourium
Festivals are a way of celebrating life in India. They are symbolic of the heralding of good times in the future and also represent the old traditions that are so deeply embedded in the Indian way of living. That's why; these festivities are the best time for anybody to take a look into the culture of this multi-lingual, multi-religious, multi-colored, multi-faceted country called India. Take a look at Lets Yatra's special packages for taking a peep into the festivities of India's diverse people.  
In case you are planning for a holiday with your kids, the idea to explore the culture of India will be an excellent option. The diversity of this land is so immense that it makes us realize the depth and roots of our culture and how they have stayed preserved even after many invasions of foreign cultures in our country. These tours will give your little ones a very good opportunity to seek their true identity and also make them feel proud about the richness of our culture.  
Pushkar Camel Festival Tour
(11 Nights - 12 Days)
Pushkar & Ajmer
This is one of the most colorful festivals of Rajasthan, attracting the most number of tourists from the world over. Held every year at Pushkar, near Ajmer, this festival witnesses a big gathering of thousands of pilgrims, who come across to bathe in the holy waters of the Pushkar Lake.
Other attractions of the festival include trading of camels by farmers and a colorful camel races organized everyday. The festival also features an entire range of handicraft products like, bangles, brassware, clothes, camel saddles and halters, which are brought over by traders from various parts of Rajasthan. This is definitely a must visit festival in Rajasthan, which lasts for 12 days at a stretch.
Jaisalmer Desert Festival Tour
(14 Nights - 15 Days)
Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Pushkar - Ajmer - Delhi

This is another Desert Festival in Rajasthan which attracts plenty of visitors from all across the world. This festival is also known for its celebrative atmosphere and the genuine and cordial treatment to outside visitors. A three days long extravaganza of color, music and festivity, this festival is held annually at the golden city of Jaiselmer. Featuring the best of Rajasthan's art & craft, this festival has colorful Gair and Fire dancers swaying to the traditional Rajasthani tunes. Another exciting event of the festival is a turban-tying competition to test the speed of tying a turban. The person who ties the turban in the least time is thus declared the winner. The festival also has another popular contest by the name of Mr. & Ms. Desert which adds to the fun and frolic during the 3 days of festival celebrations..

Mewar Festival Tour
(9 Nights - 10 Days)
Delhi - Udaipur

This is a unique festival of Rajasthan; which is annually celebrated in Mewar, Rajasthan, to rejoice the onset of the spring season. The festivities and celebrations of this occasion last for more than a week. This festival also falls parallel to the Gangaur festival of Udaipur, which also has a great ambience and fervor about it.


The women folk gather in masses to dress the images of Isar and Gangaur and then carry them in a ceremonial procession through different parts of the city. Marked by great fervor, enthusiasm and a never say die spirit, this festival is a true display of the king sized celebrations that have become synonymous with the people of Rajasthan.

Kullu Festival Tour
(9 Nights - 10 Days)
Delhi - Kullu

It is one of the most famous festivals celebrated in the hilly regions of Northern India. This festival is actually the festival of Dussehra, which is celebrated 21 days before the arrival of Diwali in the entire India. The Kullu Dussehra has a special fervor to it, and that’s why it has become quite famous among the locals as well as the tourists here.


The Kullu Dussehra festival begins when Dussehra has already finished in others parts of India. This celebration is a 7 day long extravaganza marking the bringing of local Gods, Rupi and Seraj gathering here. For seven days, the town of Kullu is basked in the festivities of Kullu Dussehra; also involving the tourists in its ambience.

Holi Festival Tour
(6 Nights - 7 Days)
Delhi - Mathura - Vrindavan - Bharsana - Brij Bhumi

This is undoubtedly the most lively and zestful festivals of Hindus in India. This festival falls on the beginning of the spring season after the end of the winters and is also based on the old mythological tales of Holika Dahan.


During this colorful festival, people throw colors on each other and greet each other by applying gulal on people’s faces. It heralds the end of winter and the beginning of the spring. The night before the full moon, crowds of people gather together and light huge bonfires to burn the residual dried leaves and twigs of the winter. People throw colored water and powders (gulal and kumkum) at each other and make merry. Singing and dancing add to the gaiety of the occasion.

Diwali Festival Tour
(6 Nights - 7 Days)
Delhi & Surrounding regions

This festival of India has the most significance among all the festivals celebrated in this country. The festival of lights Diwali is marked by lighting of Divas, cleaning of homes, prayers for Lord Ganesh and Laxmi Ji to pray for the arrival of bright and happy times in everybody’s life. People exchange greetings, share sweets and send wishes to their near and dear ones on this bright and colorful festival of lights. This festival is also celebrated by blasting plenty of crackers, rockets, sparkling lights, which present a very beautiful sight in the night.


Arriving just after 21 days from Dussehra, this festival also celebrates the arrival of Lord Rama’s return to Ayodhya after his success in the battle with Ravana. People decorate their homes; light them up with divas and candles to celebrate the victory of good over evil.

Baisakhi Festival Tour
(6 Nights - 7 Days)
Chandigarh - Amritsar - Jalandhar -Patiala

Baisakhi festival has a lot of significance for people of Punjab. It marks the beginning of harvest season. It also celebrates the founding of Khalsa panth. Punjab being a predominantly agricultural state that prides itself on its food grain production; it is little wonder that its most significant festival is Baisakhi, which marks the arrival of the harvesting season. For the Sikhs, Baisakhi has a special significance because on this day in 1699, their tenth guru, Guru Gobind Singh organized the Order of the Khalsa. The festivals in Punjab have always been celebrated with much exuberance and fanfare. For the masses these festivals are popular occasions for social interaction and enjoyment.

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