The Khajuraho Dance Festival is celebrated to mark the transition of seasons from winter to spring. A week long extravaganza from 20-26 February, you can witness the most brilliant and colourful dance forms of India during this period.
The Taj festival, which begins from 18-27 February seeks to exhibit the grandeur and magnificence of the Mughal era. It is held near the eastern gate of one of the famous wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal.
Held in the city of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, the Brij Festival that is associated with colour, song and dance. Raslila dance is the iconic celebration of this festival. It happens from 25-26 February.
Held in the city of Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, the Deccan festival seeks to boost the tourism in the region. It aims to showcase the various beautiful art, culture and culinary delights of the Deccan region.
Held from 17-19 February, the Jaisalmer Desert Festival hosts many interesting events such as the best moustache competition, the turban tying competition and the Mr Desert pageant.
The Konark Festival is a dance and music festival that is held from 19-23 February to give importance to the slowly disappearing local dance forms. Over the years, many other activities have been added to this one-of-a-kind event!
Held from 14 January to 4 March, the Kumbh Mela is one of the biggest festivals in the world. Holy men from across the country along with hundreds of devotees, congregate to take a dip in the river Ganges.
India Heritage Walk Festival, as the name suggests, offers more than 80 curated walks in more than 35 cities across India. This happens during the entire month of February.