The Rich Diversity of Cultures and Festivals in India

“Unity in diversity” as they say, a phrase so aptly describing the country of India. Sikhs, Jains, Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Parsis, no matter what your background or religion, you will always find a home in India.
Travel across the magical land of India and immerse yourself in the rich cultural history and festivities of the people.

Festivals of India

They say that India is the land of diversity. It is the home and birthplace of the four great religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Festivities of joy and celebration here are a true wonder to behold.

From lighting the diyas to bursting the crackers on Diwali, to the tying of the thread on the sacred Rakhi by a sweet and loving sister on the wrist of her beloved brother, the joy of festivities in India are never-ending.
Listed below are some of the major festivals celebrated in India –


Renowned throughout India as the festival of light, the joy of Diwali is truly spectacular. From Anars showering a fountain of sparks all around, to rockets blasting off into the pitch black night sky and bursting with colorful explosions, the sights and sounds of Diwali eve always fill ones heart with undiminishing joy.


The joy of Diwali does not simply end in the aftermath of the glorious firework spectacle. Candles are lit, sweets are shared, and gifts are exchanged, as the whole family gathers to celebrate this grand event.


Renowned everywhere in the world as the festival of colors, Holi is something for all ages. Experience the joy and joviality, as people splash colors on each other.


From water balloons filled with color to pichkaris releasing a stream of color, no one is left dry here. An aftermath of this delightful event is the exchange of gifts and mouthwatering sweets. The joy of Holi knows no ends.

Rakhsha Bandhan

Happening only once in a year, this occasion celebrates the joyous brother-sister bond. The highlight of the Rakhi event is when the sister ties the sacred thread of Rakhi on the wrist of her brother; thanking him for all that he does for her.

Rakhsha Bandhan

It could be a simple Rakhi thread, or a silver Rakhi inlaid with rare and precious gemstones, but whatever it is, the significance is never diminished.

Reciprocating this love, the brother showers her with various gifts and presents. What follows is a joyous celebration with the exchange of sweets, and gifts among the whole family.

You can buy any type of Rakhi online along with Rakhi gifts for your brother.


Renowned throughout the world as the festival of joy, the celebration of Eid is always special. This festival is divided into two days:

1.Eid al-Fitr The “Festival of Breaking the Fast”
2.Eid al-Adha The “Festival of the Sacrifice”

The traditional celebration of Eid revolves around these two days. However what is common is the undiluted joy and the spirit of festivity infused into all.


Whether you celebrate on the two primary days, or the other days that were added later on, be sure to pack a box of sweets and treat others!


If you are seeing dazzling lights on pine trees sparkling in the scenery, and hearing the ever-popular tune “jingle bells” chiming in the background. You know what time of the year it is! It is Christmas time!


Celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, the father of Christianity, Christmas is a joyous eve all over the world. Not just a momentous for Christians, all immerse themselves in the delight.

Get enthralled in the beauty and joy of this wondrous spectacle filled with lights, as you engorge upon a delicious Christmas cake. The joy of Christmas is truly one for the ages.

From being a devout Hindu, a giving Sikh, or a kind Christian no matter what your beliefs are, all festivals are a font of joyous celebration. And, you can be sure of the fact that magic of festivals lives on forever.

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