India Festivals in June

Ambubachi Mela
Ambubachi Mela

When - 22nd June
Where - Assam...
The Ambubachi Mela is an annual Hindu Mela held at Kama ...

Shimla Summer Festival
Shimla Summer Festival

When - 2-7
Where - Himachal Pradesh...
Shimla Summer Festival is organised every year in the m ...

Saga Dawa
Saga Dawa

When - 8-26
Where - Sikkim...
A month-long festival, Saga Dawa holds special signific ...

Ganga Dussehra
Ganga Dussehra

When - 9th June
Where - All Over India
According to mythology, Gangavataran, or Ganga Dussehra ...

Sindhu Darshan Festival
Sindhu Darshan Festival

When - 12-14
Where - Jammu & Kashmir...
Sindhu Darshan Festival is a festival of India held eve ...

Festival's & Event's in India by Month

Visit India in January and you'll be able to enjoy popular musical and dance events, as well as traditional festivals and parades. Kites, camels, and cattle are just some of what's on offer!

India in February is all about enjoying the last of the cooler winter weather at festivals in some of the best destinations across the country, including the Taj Mahal, Jaisalmer, and Goa.

If you're spending time in India in March, the states of Rajasthan and Kerala are where you should head to catch most of the action. Of course Holi is celebrated across India in March too!

As the heat of summer approaches, the number of events in India dwindles. However, there are a few festivals that will be a highlight of your trip.

If you don't mind the summer heat, you'll be able to enjoy some big events in India in May. Fortunately, a few of them take place in the hills where it's not too hot.

The monsoon arrives in India in June, so it's a great month to enjoy the wet weather at a monsoon festival in India! Otherwise, head north to the hills.

The monsoon fun continues in India in July. A number of colourful religious festivals also take place all over India during July.  

The famous festival season gets underway in August in India. Visitors can enjoy some of India's most popular and traditional festivals and events.

Some of the biggest and best religious festivals in India take place during September, as the festival season is in full swing. The colorful spectacle is captivating.

October is a very exuberant time in India, as the monsoon rains have eased in most places. Come to India in October and take part in events filled with dance, drama, and lights.

Wondering what's on in India in November? The full moon at this time of year is considered to be particularly auspicious. You'll find fairs and religious celebrations happening all over India.

India comes alive in December with an eclectic mix of traditional and modern events. From classical to electronic dance music, and local performers to international DJs, it's all on offer. Not to forget Christmas celebrations as well!

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