|International Kite Festival is one of the unparalleled festivals celebrated in India. The festival is held on the day of Uttarayan or Makar Sankranti every year at Jodhpur in Rajasthan and Ahmedabad in Gujarat. It is a celebration to mark the end of winter
||Delhi also conducts various flower shows in the winter months. Rose Show, Chrysanthemum Show and Delhi Flower Show are among a few of them. It is held in January at Safdarjung's Tomb.
|The Thyagaraja Carnatic
|Thyagaraja Music Festival is held every year in January in Thiruvaiyaru, Tamilnadu. The festival is held in the memory of the great saint and musician Thyagaraja who lived and attained samadhi at Thiruvaiyaru. The festival is an eight-day affair and attracts leading Carnatic musicians from all over the country.
||Kashmir hub offers you details of winter sports that are extremely popular in the state of Kashmir. The winter sports that attract tourists to Kashmir from far and wide include skiing, heliskiing, ice-skating and snow boarding.
||Lohri celebrates fertility and the spark of life. Puja, involving parikrama (rotating) around the fire, symbolizes a prayer to Agni, the spark of life, for abundant crops and prosperity. Lohri is a joyous celebration, prasad of til, gajak, jaggery, peanuts and popcorn is given. Songs are sung and the family dances in celebration.
|The Republic Day Parade
||On 26th January 1950 the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign state. So, the 26th of January was declared a national holiday and has been recognized and celebrated as the Republic Day of India. On this day the President of India awards the medals of bravery to the soldiers who have shown their exceptional courage. To mark the importance of the day, a grand parade is held in the capital city of New Delhi.