Top Five Facts of Festivals in February Month

The month of February always has all genres, fashion, and styles, in the shape of numerous fairs and festivities noted over its monthly calendars right from dance, music, to yatchting, racing, beer festivals to art havelis, contemporary painting and lot more, to have one on your toes. Some of the famous festivals in february include

  • Kila Raipur Rural Olympics festival in held from 4th to 7th of february at Kila Raipur, near Ludhiana, Punjab state. It is a sixty year old rustic, exclusive, global festival that can’t be seen anywhere else. The event includes tractor racing, bullock kart racing and Kabaddi which are unique to see around during the month of february.
  • India Art Fair happens between january and february for 5 days at Okhla, New Delhi and its live here in the official website http://www.indiaartfair.in. This is the popular celebrated stages for South Asia arts, the seventh edition of India Art Fair of exhibit sculpture, installation art, new media & performance art, book store and launches and what no. This is a paid art exhibition for which the tickets sold starting at Rs.250/-.
  • Global Bird Watchers’ Conference is a 3-day event falls in the month of january and february crowded at Porbandar, Gujarat is available here http://www.gbwc.org. Watch Gujarat’s eco-tourism ambitions that organize bird watching sessions, discusses on preservation of the different species and the ecological balance of their habituation accompanied by traditional programs and events. The birding spots are Nal Sarovar, Indroda Park and the Thol Bird Sanctuary.
  • Jaisalmer Desert Festival occurs in the month of February for 3 days at Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Coming to thar desert to enjoy the Jaisalmer Desert Festival is almost an essential. Engage yourself in camel rides, camel races, turban tying contests, a whisker competition and the staple Rajasthani folk dances & music is available to festival celebrators from the world.
  • Surajkund International Crafts Mela or Fair is dated during the february month for 15 days at Surajkund, Faridabad, Near Delhi. The official website for this calendar festival is hosted by haryana government here http://haryanatourism.gov.in/showpage.aspx?contentid=5603. This fair is necessary for shopaholics & foodies displaying jewelry, pottery, handicrafts, apparels, cultural stages and a big list of indian menu. The theme varies year after year and its tickets can be booked online or bought at the counter.

Other important festivals in february

Date Day Event Name
1 Thursday Phalguna Begins
3 Saturday Sankashti Chaturthi
6 Tuesday Yashoda Jayanti
7 Wednesday Shabari Jayanti, Kalashtami
8 Thursday Janaki Jayanti
10 Saturday Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
11 Sunday Vijaya Ekadashi
13 Tuesday Pradosh Vrat, Maha Shivaratri, Kumbha Sankranti
15 Thursday Phalguna Amavasya, Darsha Amavasya, Surya Grahan
17 Saturday Chandra Darshan, Phulera Dooj, Ramakrishna Jayanti
19 Monday Vinayaka Chaturthi
21 Wednesday Skanda Sashti
22 Thursday Ashtahnika Vidhan Begins
23 Friday Masik Durgashtami
24 Saturday Rohini Vrat
26 Monday Amalaki Ekadashi
27 Tuesday Narasimha Dwadashi, Pradosh Vrat



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