Maha Shivratri Festival is of great significance for the worshippers of Lord Shiva. It is widely celebrated all across India and Nepal. South India which is home to a countless number of Shiva Temples celebrates Maha Shivratri Festival with extreme enthusiasm and great religious fervor. The Shiva Temples in South India are beautifully decorated with lights and flowers during Maha Shivratri and devotees from all over the world come to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva at these temples during the festival. This year Maha Sivaratri falls on February 21, 2020.
Sammakka Saralamma Jatara or Medaram Jatara is a tribal festival of honoring goddesses, celebrated every two years in Medaram, a remote hamlet in Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary, a part of Dandakaranya forest range in the state of Telangana.
Araku Balloon Festival is a 3-day International Hot-Air Balloon Festival organized by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism every year in the month of January at the most scenic Araku Valley, nestled in the Eastern Ghats Range. This year, the third edition of the Araku Balloon Festival is scheduled from 17th January 2020 to 19th January 2020.
Vaikuntha Ekadashi “Door To Paradise” is one of the major and important festival celebrated during the Tamil month of Margazhi in every Vishnu temples, especially in South India. During this auspicious days the South Indian temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu wears a festive look and more than thousands of people from all corners of the country and beyond visit these temples to get the blessings of Lord Vishnu.
Kalpathi Ratholsavam is world-renowned and is said to be the biggest chariot festival in Kerala. Located on the banks of the serence Kalpathy river, the Sri Visalashi Sametha Sri Viswanatha Swamy temple is the site for the world famous Kalpathy Ratholsavam Festival.
The Festival of Lights, Diwali is undoubtedly one of the most awaited festival for most Indians which is celebrated all over India with great enjoyment and excitement. Make this Diwali special for you and your loved ones by exploring some of the incredible destinations in South India with our holiday packages.
The Festival of Lights, Diwali or Deepavali is the much-awaited festival for everyone, right from children to the grownups and It’s an occasion for prosperity and family togetherness. Check out these diverse destinations and ways to celebrate Diwali for a memorable time. Make this Diwali Special for you by South Tourism’s amazing Diwali tour packages at affordable prices and wishes you and your family A Very Happy Diwali!
The Festival of Lights, Diwali or Deepavali is one of the biggest and important festivals of India, which is celebrated with great enjoyment and excitement all over the country. Diwali falls in either October or November each year, depending on the cycle of the moon.
Date: October 8, 2019. Venue: All over India. Dasara – The Festival to Celebrate the Triumph of Good Over Evil. The festival season brings with them a wave of happiness and cheerfulness, to celebrate your life and rejoice with your loved ones, leaving behind all worries in the festive spirit. India possesses multifarious festivals, too many to…