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Indian Fair & Festivals


Festival of Light - DiwaliIndia is famous for its zestful and varied fairs, which differ in scale and projection from region to region and state to state. The entire length and breadth of the country observes many fairs within a year with a great fervour.

No land celebrates life like India. With festivals like Holi, and fairs like Pushkar. Come drench yourself in the days and moments that glorify harvests, seasons, triumphs, joys, sorrows, battles, Gods, and kings. This is the land with 365 days of sound and 360 degrees of colour. Incredible !ndia


Eid CelebrationsIndian fairs and festivals always capture the centre stage when it comes to tourism. Even the tourists coincide their trip to India with the popular Indian fairs and festivals. The Indian culture's festive foundation lingers on till date due to deep-rooted traditions and customs in the country. The fairs and festivals are therefore the spirit of Indian culture and society. Indian fairs and festivals either refresh the myths, parables, welcome the change of seasons or kneel down before the almighty. The major celebrations in India include holi, Diwali, pushkar mela, kumbh mela, goa fair (carnival), surajkund mela; so on and so forth. All these Indian fairs and festivals represent people from diverse backgrounds, regions, communities and religion. Scroll down and know much more about the multicoloured hues added to the Indian culture by these fairs and festivals.


Indian Food


Indian FoodThe major culinary influences on Indian cuisine resulted from significant historical invasions, including the Greeks, Mughal Portuguese and British. Today, Rich and diverse Indian cuisine, coupled with the celebrated hospitality of the people is the crowning glory of the opulent Indian culture. Simply irresistible and sumptuous, Indian dishes are any gourmet's delight. Various permutations and combinations of various ingredients and the innumerable aromatic spices create magical, mouth watering variety of the same dish, which may be very often different in taste, colour, texture and also appearance, taking into account the regional variations


India Languages


Different Indian LanguagesIndia is rich in languages. There are a quite a number of languages spoken in India. Some of these languages are accepted nationally while others are accepted as dialects of that particular region.

The Indian languages belong to four language families namely Indo-European, Dravidian, Austroasiatic (Austric) and Sino-Tibetan. Majority of India's population are using Indo-European and Dravidian languages. The former are spoken mainly in northern and central regions and the latter in southern India. Some ethnic groups in Assam and other parts of eastern India speak Austric languages. People in the northern Himalayan region and near the Burmese border speak Sino-Tibetan languages.

The written forms of language or scripts come from an ancient Indian script called Brahmi.

India has 22 officially recognised languages. But around 33 different languages and 2000 dialects have been identified in India. Hindi, in the Devanagari script is the official language of the Federal government of India. English is an associate official language. Sanskrit, the classical language of India, represents the highest achievement of the Indo-Aryan Languages

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