Friday, September 27, 2013

Colours of India Celebrate Indian Culture during Its Key Festivals

The colourful contrasting cultures, traditions and heritage of India tempt millions of foreign travellers to look for air tickets on India bound flights. The amazing diversity of customs, beliefs, languages, spiritual conducts, music and dance forms offer a blissful holiday experience while the ancient and glorious past makes the heritage of India incredible. Known as the land of spirituality and mysticism, India celebrates various festivals all over the year. The divine aura of the celebrations leaves a mark on locals as well as travellers who book tickets on flights for a gratifying holiday in India.

Though India is a year round holiday destination, it is around the autumn-winter, expats and international tourists are found struggling to get air tickets on cheap flights as the country celebrates major fests during this period. Let’s take a look at some of the important fiestas celebrated in India between late September and early November.

Durga Puja 
Considered to be the key festival of eastern India, it signifies the success of goddess Durga over the demon Mahisasura. The huge idols of the goddess, the traditional Hindu customs, the pandal hopping and a chance to taste the Bengali delicacies force the expats to reserve tickets aboard India flights to come home and take part in this grand fest.

Dussehra symbolises the victory of lord Rama over the ten-headed demon king Ravana. It is a major fest in the northern part of the country and is celebrated with great gusto. Foreign tourists who book air tickets to visit the country around Dussehra will be able to experience some of the most fantastic sights in India, with ramleela and Ravana’s effigy burning.

Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated all over the country during the month of October-November. The fire-crackers, clay-lamps, colourful decorations and the joy of being with family give flights to fancies of locals as well as international holiday makers taking vacations in India during November.

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