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  • Kerala: Onam Festival

    Kerala: Onam Festival

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    01/09/2019-13/09/2019
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    Onam, a celebration of equality, justice and prosperity, is the State festival which unites all Keralites irrespective of caste, colour or creed and is celebrated in Kerala with pomp and grandeur. The whole state joins in the fervour to celebrate the return of the King Mahabali to meet his ‘prajas’ (subjects). Legend has it that every year, King Mahabali, the righteous king visits the land from the nether world and Keralites unite in festivities to welcome the return of the mythical King Mahabali.

    The whole of Kerala is splashed with vibrance during this season. The ten days of Onam commences on Atham day and goes up to the Thiruvonam day in the Malayalam month of Chingam (August / September). Thiruvonam is the most important day of Onam which is also the harvest festival.

    Package Details: https://www.rustiktravel.com/Experiences/celebrating-onam/

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  • Bhutan: Tour of the Dragon (Bicycle Race)

    Bhutan: Tour of the Dragon (Bicycle Race)

    All day
    07/09/2019
    Unnamed Road, Kurjey, Bhutan
    Unnamed Road, Kurjey, Bhutan

    On your journey through the stunning rural countryside and villages, you’ll discover the geographical and cultural wonders of a country naturally designed to be a tantalizing destination for adventure and spiritual seekers.
    Come for the event, and stay for the travel experience of a lifetime.

    Details: http://www.tourofthedragon.com

    Location: Bumthang to Thimphu

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  • Manipur: Heikru Hidongba Festival

    Manipur: Heikru Hidongba Festival

    All day
    11/09/2019
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    The Heikru Hitongba Festival in Manipur is celebrated with a boat race that takes place on the canal. Narrow long boats are used for the race which accommodates a large number of rowers. The race takes place on a 16 meter wide canal in Manipur. Before the beginning of the boat race, the idol of Shri Vishnu is installed who is supposed to preside over the function of Heikru Hitongba. The Brahmins give offerings of gold and silver before the presiding deities and idols. The spirits of the crew men are high during the Heikry Hitongba festival and each boat sailed by a number of rowers try their best to overthrow the other boat with a lot of vigor.

    Date: TBA (Sep)

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  • Myanmar: Phaung Daw U Festival, Inle Lake

    Myanmar: Phaung Daw U Festival, Inle Lake

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    29/09/2019-16/10/2019
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    During the month of Thadingyut, four of the five Buddha images resident in Phaung Daw U Pagoda make a grand circuit of Inle Lake’s villages, taking eighteen days to complete the tour.

    Loaded onto a golden barge built especially for the occasion, the four Buddha images make the slow trip, towed by boats rowed by Inle Lake’s famous leg-rowers. The barge tours the lake in a clockwise direction, with the four Buddha images spending each night in a different town monastery.

  • Karnataka: Mysore Dussehra Festival

    Karnataka: Mysore Dussehra Festival

    All day
    29/09/2019-08/10/2019
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    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Symbolizing the victory of good over evil, ‘Dussehra’, which is one of the most auspicious festivals in India, gets a special celebration in the state of Karnataka. Unlike the other places of India, where Dusshera is celebrated only for a day, the regal city of Mysore in Karnataka has its celebrations going for 10 days. Famous as Mysore Dasara, the festival is celebrated in a grand fashion.

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