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We have taken a step forward to fill your trip with true Indian colors. The best thing about visiting India during festival season is that the energy and life during this season is high, and moreover, with celebrations on in all parts of country it is actually an amazing feeling to be a part of it in country's own light and culture.

There are various festivals of India that play an important role attracting tourists in India.

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Festivals in Eastern India

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As the land around the eastern India is so majestic and simple, the people, customs and festivals follows the same. Festivals form an integral part of the socio-cultural life of the people of East India. Most of their festivals are connected with agriculture as it is the main occupation of the people. And moreover the best thing about it is that there are innumerable tribes in eastern India, hence there are in numerous festivals through out the year.
Majuli Festival ( Assam)
With such calm and simple Assamese people, the celebrations are have to be sophisticated too. Therefore rejoicing takes place in a very common way, usually in open space. Bamboo sticks and banana leaves are used abundantly and rather than offering cooked food, nutrient such as sprouts, grams and fruits are offered during worship. The festivals takes place every year in the month of November.

Bihu Festival in Assam

Tuluni Festival (Nagaland)
Celebrated during the 2nd week of July, a season of bounty in Nagaland, Tuluni Festival is marked with feasts as the occasion occurs in the fruitful season of the year. This festival is celebrated with great pomp by the Sumi tribe of Nagaland. The exuberance of the banquet is concluded with a series of folk songs and songs.

The Bihus (Assam)
Being the national festivals of Assam, they are celebrated with great fun and joy by all Assamese people irrespective of caste, creed, religion, faith and belief. Considering its importance these festivals are very popular among tourists too. These festivals are celebrated under three phases, the first one is celebrated in January. The second one comes in April and the third phase arrives in October. All of these phases are important harvest time during the year.

Durga Puja (West Bengal)
Durga Puja is one of the most important festivals in India celebrated in the month of October. But on the western region of the country specially in West Bengal it is is much more than a festival. People in the state go around crazy celebrating life to fullest, culture, popular customs and traditions, It is time time when families and friends get reunited at one place for love and affection, to share and to care.

The Losar Festival (Arunachal Pradesh & Sikkim)
Losar is the Tibetan New Year, therefore it is also shared by the Sikkimese and rejoiced with lot of merriment and celebration in the month of February. The Tibetans welcome their new year by performing Yak dance on the streets and throwing sampa, these events and celebrations goes on for a week.

Chapchar Kut (Mizoram)
celebrated in the month of March, it marks the start of spring as the mystic nature starts playing with colors. This kind of an environment puts in the festive mood in the lives of Mizos as they prepare themselves to celebrate the festival of happiness, Chapchar Kut. Considered as the most important traditional festival of Mizoram, it is celebrated with great pomp and splendor and is very famous among tourist visiting the destination at that time.