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India with numerous interesting festivals

India with numerous interesting festivals
 There are many special festivals in India. The Festival usually reserved for all social components. A reference to the famous festival, many people join for are the nearest: Festival of light (Diwali festival), Festival of colours (Holi Color festival), Festival of Ganesha and Bonalu Festival.
 Light festivals
Diwali festival is the main Festival of the Hindus, is considered one of the most important festivals of the year, this festival takes place in 5 days to welcome a new year in Hinduism and also demonstrate the strength of that, especially the victory of Lord Rama and Sita her hero-his wife ahead of the bad guys. Lamps by Diyas of clay are lit to show the triumph of the cause. The brilliant light of it spreading the Festival brings a different name-"Festival of lights". This Festival takes place in mid-October or November of the year.

Holi Festival
Holi-The Festival of colours is a Festival of Indian people. This Festival is usually held every year in mid March, this is the Festival of the Hindu community. On this occasion, the participants in the Festival will throwing the powder color or color mix with water and throw at each other. People would get as much color as that year would have more luck. Will is a very unforgettable anniversary tour in India, if you are into the carnival atmosphere is extremely special.

The Mystery Ganesha Festival
Ganesha Festival takes place from mid-August to mid-September every year. This is one of the most important Festival in the year of the Hindus in India, celebrate the birth of the God Ganesh's elephant head body. In Indian mythology, Ganesha is the son of the God Siva and goddess Parvati. According to the adherents of Hinduism, the Ganesha is the God of wisdom, always bring good luck and happiness for the people. So, Ganesha is the most cherished in India. Ganesha Festival procession has the statue of Ganesh gully on the last day of the Festival. The statue of Ganesh is placed in the car, the procession through the city before dropping down a river, sea, ponds
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