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Fairs and Festivals in May

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Posted on: Saturday, 20 June 2020

The breathtaking beauty of nature, Dance, Music performance, religious events, flower shows are held in may every year. Visitors must enjoy fairs and festivals.

In May - the breathtaking beauty of nature, Dance and music live performances, culinary events of religious importance, and fair for each and everyone in may every year.

Visitors must enjoy the wonderful celebrations and colorful events to enjoy in this period of the year for relishing. Moatsu festival in Mokokchung district of Nagaland presents an atmosphere of live classical dance and music event, the wonderful flower show in Ooty, Sarnath Buddha Purnima celebration, Summer Festival in Mount Abu and much more; so we can say this month you can enjoy and experience more than what you imagine.

Here is the list of some fairs and festivals that you can visit in the month of May.

1. International Flower Festival in Gangtok. 2. Buddha Purnima in Sarnath.

3. Summer festivals in Ooty and Mount Abu. 4. Moatsu Festival in Mokokchung.

 5. Chithirai Festival in Madurai. 6. Igitum Chalne in Sirigao Goa.

7. Bangana Festival in Jaipur.

1. Flower Exhibition Centre

The Flower Exhibition Center located in Gangtok, showing many types of flowers in one place, this place is nothing less than a paradise for nature lovers. Read more...

2. Ooty Flower Show

Ooty flower show is the major event of the Ooty summer festival organised by Tamilnadu Government, lots of lots of flowers in the heart of Ooty, a must visit. Read more...

3. Buddha Purnima Celebration

Buddha Purnima in Sarnath is celebrated to mark the birth, enlightenment and salvation of Gautam Buddha, falls on full moon night, hence called Buddha Purnima. Read more...

4. Banganga Festival

Around 2-centuries back, on the banks of the river Banganga, the festival started during inauguration of Radhe-Krishna Temple in Bairath, small place in Jaipur. Read more...

5. Moatsu Festival

Moatsu festival is celebrated in Mokokchung by Ao people every year in the 1st week of May. Various rituals are performed in this festival, come to enjoy. Read more...

6. Summer Festival

To showcase the traditional, cultural and tribal culture of the Rajasthan state, the summer festival held in Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan. Read more...

7. Igitun Chalne

Igitun Chalne or working on fire is a Hindu Festival in Sirigao, Goa. To show true and complete devotion to Goddess Lairaya devotees walks on hot Coals. Read more...

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