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  • Manipur: Lai-Haroba Festival

    Manipur: Lai-Haroba Festival

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    01/05/2019-31/05/2019
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    Celebrated in the month of May, Lai-Haroba is an important festival of Manipur celebrated to revere the local deities such as Umang Thai.

    The festival of Lai-Haroba is characterized by the worship of traditional deities and ancestors. According to the legends, in the beginning Guru Sidaba was the greatest lord who lived in dark vacuum. Once the room in which he lived got illuminated with different colors of rainbow, motivating him to create the world. To accomplish this mission he sent, Atiya Guru Sidaba with a creature who maneuvered a wiry network in which human life was to be integrated.

    Dates: TBA (May)

  • Sikkim: International Flower Festival

    Sikkim: International Flower Festival

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    01/05/2019-31/05/2019
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    India is known for its many hued fairs and festivals that form an integral part of the attraction of the country. Each state, race and culture comes up with different fairs and festivals that are different from each other, each with different origin and each has a different way of celebration. The Indian calendar gives you a long list of fairs and festivals- in all corners of the country. Some festivals are famous celebrated by all over India while others are nondescript affairs.

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