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Festivals

Visakha Utsav
Its the Festival special for Vizagites. 'Visakha Utsav' is organized by A.P. Tourism. It is organized every year in January from the third Friday to Sunday . This years Visakha Utsav is being conducted in parallel with Aruku Utsav, Bheemili Utsav and World Telugu Federation Conference. The festival comprises of a variety of cultural programs, sports events, food fair and exhibitions, fashion shows, trekking etc. It is celebrated in the cold month of December. Visakha Utsav is the year 2000 festival means "Millennium Utsav".

Deccan Festival
"Deccan Festival" is celebrated in Hyderabad every year in February on 25th . It is celebrated by AP tourism. Cultural programs with ghazal nights, qawalis and mushairas are organized. The Deccan festival highlights Hyderabad's arts, crafts, culture and cusine. "Pearls & Bangles" Fair and food fair with items covering both Andhra and Hyderabad.

Rayalaseema Food & Dance Festival
Rayalaseema Food & Dance festival is organized in October to highlight the arts and cuisine of Rasyalaseema area of Tirupati, Chitoor District by A.P.Tourism at Tirupati.

Lumbini Festival
Lumbini festival is organized in December from second Friday to Sunday every year. It is mainly celebrated in Hyderabad and Nagarjunasagar to highlight and celebrate the 'Buddhist Heritage' of Andhra Pradesh.

Ganesha Chaturthi
Ganesha Chaturthi is a main festival and is celebrated in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Ganesha, the elephant-headed son of Shiva and Parvati is widely worshipped as the munificent god of wisdom. On the day of the Chaturthi, i.e. the last of the days dedicated to the elephant-headed god. This immersion is accompanied by drum beats, devotional songs and dancing.

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