Fairs and Festivals of India

Fairs and Festivals in September

The enjoyment and jauntiness of Indian celebrations carries on all the way through the year. September month in India marks the season of great liveliness. This month with revitalizing moderate weather, comprise a wide assortment of significant festivals and festivals. The celebration of the fairs and festivals in September is a perfect amalgamation of ritual with fervor. Some of the major and best spiritual festivals in the country take place in the month of September, as the celebration spell is in full sway. The multihued spectacle is fascinating in September.

Here is the list of some major fairs and festivals celebrated in September.

Ganesh Chaturthi, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala Ganesh Chaturthi is a prominent Hindu festival celebrated on the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the deity of knowledge and opulence. People bring home idols of Lord Ganesha and commemorate the festival by giving reverence to the Lord in a unique way for five days, seven days or eleven days depending on the family custom and commitment of every person.More...

Pune Festival, Maharashtra Pune festival is organized in August during Ganesh Mahotsava. The festival runs for ten days. It starts with the fixing of statues of Lord on the foremost day, to its immersion on the tenth day. It is the largest festival held in Pune. Pune festival is primarily focused on the celebration of song and dance, art and culture, custom and tradition.

Tarnetar Mela, Saurasthra, Gujarat The fair is held in Tarnetar village situated around 39 kilometers from Chotila in the district of Surendranagar, Gujarat. It is commonly celebrated as the Trinetreshwar Mahadev Mela and turns around the sanctified shrine of Trinetreshwar. An assorted blend of tradition, cultural and social variety, the Tarnetar Fair has achieved fame with more foreign travelers visiting the region.