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Phi Ta Khon- the ghost festival of thailand
Phi Ta Khon- the ghost festival of thailand
Phi Ta Khon, every so often known as Ghost Festival, is the maximum common call for a group of festivals held in Dan Sai, Loei province, Isan, Thailand. The activities take place over 3 days a while between March and July
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Songkran Festival
Songkran Festival
Songkran is the Thai New Year's national holiday. Songkran is celebrated on 13th April each year, however, the vacation duration extends from 14 to 15 April.
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Nallur Festival
Nallur Festival
Nallur Kandaswamy Kovil is a significant Hindu temple, located in Nallur, Northern Province, Sri Lanka. The presiding deity is Lord Murugan or Katharagama Deviyo in the form of the holy 'Vel'
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SNANA PURNIMA
SNANA PURNIMA
Deva Snana Purnima or ‘ Snana yatra ‘ is the much awaited ritualistic occasion for Sri Jagannath devotees and Hindus in general
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HEMIS FESTIVAL
HEMIS FESTIVAL
The two-day Buddhist festival is ceremoniously observed on the 10th of the Tibetan Lunar month. Hemis festival is held to celebrate the birth of Guru Padmasambhava.
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AMBUBACHI MELA
AMBUBACHI MELA
Ambubachi Mela is an annual 4-day fair held in the Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati, Assam. With the advancement of monsoon, the Assamese month ahaar(middle June) the Hindu religious sites
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RAMADAN AND EID UL-FITR
RAMADAN AND EID UL-FITR
Ramadan is a significant fasting month for the followers of Islam. Muslims across India and the world keep a month-long fast, eating only once a day
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OCHIRA KALI
OCHIRA KALI
Ochira Kali is an ancient temple located at Ochira, on the national highway connecting Kollam and Alappuzha districts of Kerala
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BEHDIENKHLAM FESTIVAL
BEHDIENKHLAM FESTIVAL
It is a religious-cultural festival of Pnars tribals/ Jaintia tribes of Meghayala, in Jowai( 64 km away from Shillong) the District headquarters of Jaintia Hills District.
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YURU KABGYAT
YURU KABGYAT
Yuru Kabgyat is a significant religious festival observed by Buddhists. The importance/popularity of the Fiesta can be measured from the fact that it is attended by Buddhists and Lamas from around the world
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SHIMLA SUMMER FESTIVAL
SHIMLA SUMMER FESTIVAL
This Mahotsov was initiated with the intention of celebrating the heritage of Indus valley civilization and river Sindhu or Indus has always been pivotal to the ancient civilisation
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SINDHU DARSHAN MAHOTSOV
SINDHU DARSHAN MAHOTSOV
This Mahotsov was initiated with the intention of celebrating the heritage of Indus valley civilization and river Sindhu or Indus has always been pivotal to the ancient civilisation
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FEAST OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL(SANGODD FESTIVAL)
FEAST OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL(SANGODD FESTIVAL)
Feast of Saints Peter is another 105-year-old festival held with much gaiety and show and unique only to the Christian fishing community of Northern Goa
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SAO JOAO FEAST OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST
SAO JOAO FEAST OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST
It is an unusual Catholic festival generally observed throughout World. In India, Goa is the only place a one gets to witness the unique custom of leaping and swimming on domestic drinking water wells
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TSHESHU FESTIVAL
TSHESHU FESTIVAL
‘Tsheshu’ that literally translates to day 10 is actually an annual 4-day religious Bhutanese festival held in Bhutan on the 10th day of the month of Lunar Tibetan calendar.
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