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Festivals of India
04 June 2021

In India all the religions are accepted and people live together with peace and harmony where all the festivals are also celebrated. Due to this specification after small duration festivals of different religions are take place. So, it is like every day a festival and celebrartion in this country. Here is the list of top festivals of India.    Diwali The Grand festival of lights. This festival marks the return of Lord Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, after a long exile of 14 years. In this festival homes are decorated with fancy lights, candles and clay lamps, and fireworks and crackers.   Holi The vibrant festival of ccolours. It signifies the victory of Prince Prahlad over Holika (basically victory of good vrs evil) and also it shows the arrival of spring. Bonfire is carried out in villages, people play with different colors, and people dance and drink bhang/thandai.   Dussehra Witness the triumph of Good over Evil. This festival celebrates the death of the demon king Ravana at the hands of Lord Rama. Markets are decorated in this festival. Ram-Leela acts are normally done in the societies. On the final day, the burning of effigies of Ravana, Meghnath, and Kumbhakaran is carried out in the open.   Navratri The nine days of fasting, faith and devotion i.e. celebrated in the autumn. Navratri represents the dedication of the Goddess Durga (Power) in nine different forms. Navratri is the battle between demon Mahishashur and Goddess Durga. In the battle Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva created Goddess Durga who defeated Mahishasur.   Durga Puja The day of prosperity, goodness and devotion. Durga Puja commemorates Lord Rama's invocation of goddess Durga before going to war with the demon Ravana Puja (pray) takes place in this festival.   Janmashtami The birth of the mighty & mischievous. It is celebrated on the birthday of Lord Krishna. The Janmashtami Puja takes place on this festival along with tableau of Lord Krishna.   Ganesh Chaturthi Eleven days of pampering Lord Ganesha. It is the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the elephant headed God. A beautiful idol is crafted of Lord Ganesha and after that immersion ceremony of the idol takes place.   Gurupurab Religious processions & peaceful hymns. It is the celebration of the anniversaries of the ten Sikh Gurus. Bhajan-Kirtan, Gurbani takes place on this festival at the Gurudwara and after that Langar and the Prasad takes place.   Raksha Bandhan Strengthening the bond of Kinship. This festival symbolizes the strong bonding of a brother and sister. The ritual of Rakhi takes place in which sister ties up the Rakhi on his brother's arm.   Eid-Ul-Fitr Sumptuous buffets & sweet festivities. It celebrates the conclusion of the holy month of fasting called Ramadan. The beautifully decked up markets and mosques, the morning Eid namaz at the mosques, and the sweet dishes.   Onam Welcoming the mighty Mahabali. Onam festival celebrates the homecoming of the legendary ling Mahabali. The spectacular snake boat race, the enigmatic kaikottikali dance, and the elephant procession take place in this festival.   Pongal Rich Rangolis and sweet savories. It is a festival of thanksgiving to nature representing the first harvest of the year. The variety of Kolam designs and cattle races takes place in this festival.   Christmas Celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. This festival is celebrated on birthday of Lord Jesus i.e. 25th December of every year. Christmas tree decoration, prayers are done on this festival.   Easter Celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The festival is celebrated for resurrection of Lord Jesus. Folk songs and dance, Easter eggs, cakes, chocolates, street decorations are done on this festival.   Baisakhi The rich traditions and cultural prosperity. Baisakhi basically welcomes the harvest season. On this day, Folk dance like Bhanra and Giddha, Punjabi feats, decorations in houses and Gurudwaras takes place.   Makar Sankranti Hindu's New Year. It makes the beginning of new agricultural cycle. Normally, kite flying is done by children as well as young people.   Maha Shivratri Devotion to Lord Shiva. Maha shivratri is celebrated for devotion to Lord Shiva. People do fasting and worshipping Lord Shiva on this day.   Basant Panchami Its name is derived from Basant ritu (spring). It marks the beginning of spring. On this day, people wear yellow colored clothes and make yellow dishes like sweet saffron rice and curry.   Mahavir Jayanti It is the birth anniversary of Lord Mahavir. On this day prayers are offered and fasting is observed. Rath (Four wheeled carriage by horses) yatra is also carried out by people.    

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Heritage fort decorated as stage for music in the middle of the jungle - Ranthambore
11 November 2019

'The tiger sprawl over deer and finally they will have feast today', this audio when we watch with video on wildlife channel gives us goose bumps. The wildlife channels give us videos and short clips collected from the top forests and make a documentary on the wildlife and chosen wild animals. So, here the tiger land 'Ranthambore' gives you a chance to come out of your television screen and walk on the dusty path of Ranthambore forest which is widely known as 'Ranthambore National Park'. The 'Ranthambore National park' is located in Ranthambore near to Agra and also Jaipur lies in the Rajasthan State. Talking about Rajasthan it means that you are stepping on the heroic land which has lots of stories about great Rajputana ruler and now coming to Agra, it is recognized as a Mughal land. Ranthambore, as being in Rajasthan and very close to Agra was once used to be the hunting ground of Rajput royals and Royal Mughals. In India, Ranthambore National Park is observed as heritage park by UNESCO and has maximum tigers, which gives a high chance for the travelers to spot them wandering in their home land. Ranthambore music festival 2020, is an upcoming event in Ranthambore which is organized for three days and is now turning a buzz attraction for the wildlife and music lovers. India is a mythological country, is now representing a cultural event in the middle of the forest in Nahargarh fort in the forest as a stage to gather Sufi musicians and top singers from India. The motto of this celebration of the festival is to give you a chance to explore Ranthambore forest more closely and explore the beautiful life of wild animals through documentary as well safari. Nahargarh fort of Ranthambore is one of the oldest forts in Rajasthan, which was actually built by the Rajput exclusively for hunting. At the earlier time, hunting was one of the major expedition which was mostly done by Royal Rajput. They used to go on hunting for several days and stay in Nahargarh Fort. Highlights of the music festival- January is the proposed date to plan your fair and festival tour in Ranthambore. Here are some highlights of the Ranthambore music festival- Folk music performance Wildlife film screening Food festival Yoga workshop Traditional craft market Those travelers interested in wildlife expedition and want to enjoy Indian music and Sufi music must plan for the Ranthambore music festival 2020, which is going to give you many experienced and colors of Rajasthan. The heritage forest, fort, wild animals, top singers, local cuisine, yoga and screening over the wild animals are more than enough to enjoy Ranthambore trip closely with fun, adventure and excitement.

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Top 10 places to visit in Agra
17 September 2019

  Agra a small but very popular city located on the bank of river Yamuna is a world popular as the homeland of Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is unique among any other historic monuments in India and as well across the world. Taj Mahal is not just identified as a heritage monument, but it is a remarkable destination as a love symbol. Romantic stories and tales which are heartbreaking leaves our eyes with tears as we start to imagine the pain of the couple; here in Taj Mahal every corner inspires the true meaning of love and inspiration of true love. Like Night can never meet morning, the horizon can just look dust from far away, ‘Taj Mahal’ reflects the same story of emperor love Shah Jahan for his wife ‘Mumtaz Mahal’ as two tombs lying by the side of each other giving a message that ‘though the body is buried, souls have departed but love is still in the air and they will be together forever.’ The garden, fountain, and white marble structure give a stunning look to Taj Mahal making travelers amazed by its Mughal art beauty and beautifully carved architecture. It was first opened in 1648, and since then Taj Mahal is still same attracting millions of travelers from all across the globe not just for its beauty but to experience the love of two pure souls. For More Details Of Agra      Taj Mahal Taj Mahal not an architecture, but an emperor’s love wrought in living stones ‘A teardrop on the cheek of eternity’ a wonderful monument Taj Mahal has made its name in the book of seven wonders of the world. Many poets and writers have their own proverb for the beauty of Taj Mahal, and story about the love of the emperor for his queen. This white monument is standing erect on the bank of river Yamuna, to attract tourists from all across the globe experience the saga of love and enjoy its prosperous beauty. For More Details Of Taj Mahal     FatehpurSikri The town of Emperor Akbar, is a red sandstone constructed city serving as the first capital city of Mughal emperor Akbar. This a famous heritage site, which around 36kms away from Agra and famous for BulandDarwaza. Many stories makeFatehpurSikri as a Ghost town, but actually it is a myth.     Agra Fort Agra Fort is very near to Taj Mahal, actually Agra Fort is also called as LalQuila of Agra and it was first constructed by Akbar as a royal residence in Agra on the bank of river Yamuna. You can easily view Taj Mahal from Agra fort and it has many stories on the life of Mughal emperor Akbar, Salim and Shah Jahan.     Itmad –ud-daulah tomb Itmad-ud-Daulah tomb is also called as Baby Taj because of its construction of yellow, black and white marble; built by Noor Jahan. Beautifully located in the middle of a Persian garden around 3 kms away from the main town, gives you the best time to enjoy Agra and its heritage beauty.     Shopping in Agra Agra is famous as leather market and handicraft markets. The evening time is to enjoy Agra on the streets and enjoying shopping from the category of leather products, and various handicraft products like jewelry, stone work boxes, bags and many more antique looking products.     Tombs of Akbar The complex of the tomb of Akbar lies in the outskirts of Agra in Secundra. The tomb of Akbar is a unique masterpiece which is known for its beauty and history. It was completed in 1618 and started in 1605. It is believed that Akbar himself built his tomb and it was completed by his son Jahangir.     Jama Masjid Jama Masjid of Agra is a unique mosque built in red stone and constructed by the daughter of Shah Jahan. The complex makes Jama Masjid as a largest mosque and still every Friday a large number of Muslim follower gather to offer Namaz.     MehtabBagh MehtabBagh is a green garden which gives you enough time to enjoy a distant beauty of Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. If you really want to enjoy some peaceful time in the ancient and historic city, Mehtab garden is the best retreat to enjoy.     Wildlife SOS Wildlife SOS is a perfect destination to enjoy nature and witness the biodiversity life. Just 17kms away from Agra, this a wildlife which is not a land of fierce tigers, but a place to enjoy forest life which was built to conserve many rare species and maintain the biodiversity channel.     AnguriBagh AnguriBagh was considered as Aram bagh, and it is located in the premises Khas Mahal. It was built by Shah Jahan to have some peaceful and personal time away from the burden of work. The garden is decorated with beautiful flower and fountains to give a perfect leisure time.

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