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Dev Diwali is celebrated primarily in Varanasi during Kartik Purnima, which falls during the full moon in the month of kartik

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The Chhath Puja celebrated in Bihar is an Indian festival dedicated to the Sun God, Surya and Chhathi Maiya, considered the wife of Surya

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Karva Chauth is a day long festival traditionally celebrated by Hindu women in North India from sunrise to moonrise to pray for their husbands

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In Mysore, Dussehra is part of a festival celebrating Dasara, which is widely celebrated as Navratri, also called Durga Pooja

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The festival of Dussehra is celebrated in India as the victory of good over evil. And to celebrate, we relive the moment of an evening with the victory of Rama over Ravana. Several huge effigies of the latter are erected in the city center of Delhi, where a dense crowd converges to attend the show.

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Durga Puja is a four day enigma that sets in a euphoria and weaves a spell of magic and a charm of its own.

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Viswakarma Puja observed especially in Bengal is celebrated on the day when the sun enters the constellation during the last day of hindu month of Bhadrapada 

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Onam is an ancient harvest festival of southern India, celebrated especially in Kerala, which still survives in modern times

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Ganesh Chaturthi held by the lunar calendar between mid-August and mid-September is one of the popular festivals through the year especially in Maharashtra, where a major holiday is celebrated in honor of Ganesha

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During the month of August in India is celebrated Raksha Bandhan, the feast of love and responsibility mainly between brothers and sisters.
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