Diwali, or the Festival of Lights, is primarily observed to commemorate Lord Ram’s return to his kingdom in Ayodhya. It’s also fascinating to see how the legend of Ramayana is intertwined with locations across the country. Thousands of years after the narrative was first told, different parts of India still echo with the tales of Lord Ram’s journey down the peninsular India to save his wife.
Rann of Kutch is inarguably one of the most beautiful destinations in India. One of the largest salt deserts in the world, Rann of Kutch is not just famous for its natural splendor, but also for the cultural extravaganza that takes place every year between the months of October/November/December and Feb/March in the form of Rann Utsav.
Durga Puja, Dussehra – the festivals has multiple interpretations and multiple names, but all around India it means the same thing- a time for family and friends to get together, pray, play dress up, eat and make memories to remember. Here is our guide to celebrate Durga Puja and Dussehra in these fabulous destinations in India.