Where are you celebrating Holi this year?
Come with us on a culture trip like never before.
Explore off beat place in Mussoorie. Stay with us in a traditional pahadi village. End the trip with adrenaline rush and Holi in Rishikesh!
Register @INR 17000 pax Delhi to Delhi
- Stays on twin/triple sharing basis at Mussoorie
- Stays on twin sharing basis in Rishikesh
- Stays in cozy dorms in the traditional pahadi house
- Breakfast from day 2 to day 8
- All meals on days 4 and 5
- Airport pick up and drop
- Vehicle to commute through out the trip
🌎The natives of the state are known as 'Pahari'. The culture of Himachal Pradesh is rich in diversity and traditions, and thanks to the lofty terrains and challenging reach, it is not yet influenced by the western glitters, largely. There are many communities, many religions, and people from different castes that dwell in harmony in this state. Their cultures are exhibited in their traditions, rituals and their dresses.
The attire of Himachal people is very beautiful and vibrant. And it's made according to the harsh weather conditions that linger all year round. Warm and cosy, the handwoven dresses are an attraction for people who visit the state from other parts of the country and world. Right from the caps to the dresses to the footwear, most of it is weaved manually. The handloom has risen to become the cultural identity of Himachal Pradesh
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Uttarayani Festival #BAGESHWAR Uttarakhand..
The Uttarayani Fair is generally held in the second week of January every year on the holy occasion of Makar Sankranti. It is held at a number of places in Kumaon region of Uttarakhand including Bageshwar, Ranibagh, and Hanseswari, though the biggest fair has historically been that of Bageshwar. The ground of the sacred Bagnath Temple in Bageshwar, on the banks of River Saryu, becomes the venue for the fair which goes on for a week. During the Mela, when it is said the sun moves from Southern Hemisphere to Northern Hemisphere, it is reckoned auspicious to take a dip in the water of the river.
The sight of the large gatherings clad in bright and colorful clothes which results in a visual treat. People have a joyous mood and they sing and dance to completely enjoy the festival and the day. During the festival, one can surely enjoy the impressive performances by the folk artists as they sing Jhoras, Chancharis, and Bairas during the celebration. People also take a dip in the holy river because the fair begins on a very auspicious day and it is believed that the dip purifies the soul as well as the body. A variety of local produce such as iron and copper vessels, baskets, casks, bamboo articles, mats, mattresses, carpets, blankets, herbs, and spices can be purchased at the fair.
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Location - Bageshwar ✔️