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India is a land of varied cultures and religions. It is a fantastic mélange of different castes, religions, languages, traditions and people. And with diverse cultures and religions, there are various festivals celebrated in India every year. It is the beginning of festivities. These festivals bring joy, laughter, happiness and success. Indian families make special preparations for these occasions and cherish them for life long. Few of the festivals are celebrated regionally, others are celebrated nationally, the entire country as one, united and liberated. Each festival has its unique essence and is celebrated with high spirits.

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Plan your vacations as we, Page 3 Nashik get you the list of upcoming festivals in this 2013. See below:

DATE

FESTIVALS

08/08/2013

Shravan(Regional)

09/08/2013

Id-ul-Fitr

15/08/2013

Independence day

18/08/2013

Parsi New Year

20/08/2013

Rakhshabandhan

23/08/2013

Teej(Regional)

28/08/2013

Janamashtmi

29/08/2013

Gopal Kala

09/09/2013

Vinayak Chaturthi/Ganesh Chaturthi

18/09/2013

Ganesh Visarjan

02/10/2013

Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti

05/10/2013

Navratri

13/10/2013

Dussehra(Vijaya Dashmi)

16/10/2013

Bakri Id(Id-ul-Zuha)

22/10/2013

Karwa Chauth

01/11/2013

Dhan Teras

03/11/2013

Diwali(Deepavali)

04/11/2013

Padwa

05/11/2013

Bhai Duj

14/11/2013

Muharram

17/11/2013

Guru Nanak Jayanti

25/12/2013

Christmas

 31/12/2013 New Year’s Eve

These festivals do more than just following rituals and traditions. The people of the common land of India belong to different communities and creeds. With these festivities, great pride and oneness is showcased as all our fellow Indians are integrated to celebrate happiness. Hope this season of festivities brings lot of luck and love to all our beloved ones. Celebrate life, Celebrate INDIA!!

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