Famous Winter Events in India

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Rann Utsav, Gujarat

Rann Utsav in Gujarat is one of the famous festivals of Gujarat. The carnival is held for three months during winters. Folk music, camel rides, adventure rides and dance performances are a part of Rann Utsav. Rann Utsav basically celebrates the culture and history of Gujarat. Visit the festival to have a glimpse of the art and culture of Gujarat. Image source: static.dnaindia.com

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Rann Utsav, Gujarat
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International Film Festival, Kerala

The International Film Festival of Kerala is organised from 12 to 19 December. The festival is known for screening across the theatres of Thiruvananthapuram some of the best regional, national and international films in Malayalam. If you’re a great cine buff, then you can visit this film festival to enjoy the shows. Image source: static.dnaindia.com

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International Film Festival, Kerala
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Music Festival, Chennai

Music Festival in Chennai begins from 15th December. The festival features live performances of music and dance. The highlight of the festival is the melodious instrumental and vocal carnatic music. Image source:  www.mustseeindia.com

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Music Festival, Chennai
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Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

The Hornbill Festival in Nagaland begins on 1 December and continues till 10 December. Hornbill celebrates the spirit of Nagaland. The festival basically highlights the culture and traditions of the 16 tribes of Nagaland. Apart from the display of culture and traditions, adventure rides and fashion shows are also held here. Image source: static.dnaindia.com

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Hornbill Festival, Nagaland
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International Sand Art Festival, Konark

The International Sand Art Festival of Konark is organised by the Odisha Tourism Board from 1 to 5 December. Dance forms such as Odissi, Bharatanatyam, Kathak and Manipuri are the major highlights of the festival. The crafts fair and the food of the International Sand Art Festival are worth a mention too. Image source: www.telegraphindia.com

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International Sand Art Festival, Konark
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