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Khajuraho Dance Festival: Feb 1st to 7th

Khajuraho Dance Festival is celebrated every spring in Khajuraho town in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The holy celebrations are celebrated in glory of the all temples in Khajuraho. Classical dance mainly come from the Hindu temples and attained its maturity. The main aim is to celebrate this festival is to uphold the cultural and heritage of India. Kuchipudi, Mohniattam, Manipuri, Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Kathak are the most important dance forms performed here. The festival is held to showcase the beauty of human emotions at most popular temples of Khajuraho - Chitragupta & Vishwanatha Temple.

Valentine’s Day: Feb 14th

“My love for you is a journey, starting at forever, and ending at never.” – Happy Valentine’s Day
Valentine's Day is about celebrating the loved one’s and showing them how much you care. Valentine’s Day is celebrated on 14th February every year across the world. The Day young hearts wait enthusiastically with cards and candies to express their love to their beloved ones. It is a sign of sharing love with your near and dear one. Valentine’s Day is the festival of love is meant for every age group.

Taj Mahotsav: Feb 18th to Feb 27th

Taj Mahal is the most beautiful historical place of India which represents simple and pure Love. What is a better place to go for this Valentine’s Day, than to Taj Mahal which is the pinnacle for expressing Love. Taj Mahotsav is ten days event Held at shilpgram near Taj Mahal, Agra. It gives a lot information about India where we can find India’s rich arts, handicrafts, Cultures, different types of cuisines, dance and music.
Throughout the Taj Mahotsav, one can experience an abundance of folk music and dances of Dundelkhand, ‘Nautanki’ (Drama), separa dance of Rajasthan, lavani of Maharashtra.

Konark Dance and Music Festival: Feb 19th to 23rd

The Sun temple in Konark is situated about 65 km from Bhubaneswar, near the holy city of Puri, in the state of Orissa.  The sun temple becomes the backdrop for the celebration of Indian dance and music. The main significance of this festival is to bring together artists and celebrate their crafts on an international stage. Dancers perform on “Konark Natya Mandap” which is the location of ancient Natyashala located in the sun temple. They perform variety of traditional Indian dances, Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Manipuri, Kuchipudi etc

Another important feature about the festival is Music. Indian traditional music is a broad category that pervades every part of the culture in the vast country. Music festival includes concerts from different types and instruments, giving listeners the opportunity to see and hear the diversity of the sounds and rhythms.

Jaisalmer Desert Festival: Feb 23rd to Feb 25th

The Desert Festival is celebrated in Jaisalmer in the state of Rajasthan. It is three days festival, includes Folk dances, Musical performances, exciting competitions and contests, handicrafts fairs, especially the turban-tying contest. Mr. Desert contest and camel races enliven the festivities.