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Festivals in New Delhi - India

Baisakhi - New Delhi


Primarily celebrated by the Sikh community of northern India, Baisakhi is a harvest festival where the rewards of hard labor on the soil is reaped and the fruits of a rich harvest are enjoyed. It is also an auspicious day for the Sikhs as it marks the founding of the Sikh brotherhood in 1699 by...

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Christmas - New Delhi


The celebration of Christmas in Delhi transcends the Christian faith to be joined by all communities. Shopping arcades, malls and markets all wear a festive look as the citizens spare no effort  in sharing the Christmas spirit. Christmas in Delhi is all about beautifully illuminated Christmas...

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Chrysanthemum Show - New Delhi

Chrysanthemum Show

Each year the YWCA celebrates the 'Glory of Chrysanthemums' in a show that takes one's breath away. Exquisite  varieties of the flower are on display in various sections and categories along with an amazing floral display created by some of India's finest floriculturists and horticulturists....

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Delhi Book Fair - New Delhi

Delhi Book Fair

The Delhi Book and Stationery Fair  organized by India Trade Promotion Organization aims at highlighting the capabilities of the Indian publishing industry, introducing new publications and promoting reading habits among the younger generation. Books of all genres are on display and for sale...

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Delhi Horse Show - New Delhi

Delhi Horse Show

The Delhi Horse Show is an equestrian show organized by the Army Polo and Riding Club and is held at different venues each year in the month of November/December. The participants include civilians, cavalry  officers from  the armed forces, police and paramilitary  forces and students from ...

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Diwali - New Delhi


Diwali, the festival of lights and fireworks, is celebrated throughout the country during Oct-Nov. People illuminate their houses with rows of earthen lamps to welcome Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity. At night crackers are burst to celebrate the return of Lord Rama from exile.The...

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Dussehra - New Delhi


A festival celebrated by Hindus all over India, this is also known as Vijay Dashmi ( 'Vijay' meaning 'victory' and 'Dashmi' meaning 'tenth day' ). It is celebrated with much gusto on the tenth day of the lunar month, approximately 20 days prior to the major Hindu festival, Diwali. Many legends...

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Eid-al-Adha - New Delhi


Eid-al -Adha or 'Bakra' Eid as it is popularly known in India, is celebrated about 2 months, 9 days after Eid-ul- Fitr. It is the Festival of Sacrifice and marks the end of the Muslim pilgrimage, Hajj. It is celebrated to commemorate the great sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) for the love of...

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