LIUZHOU, CHINA - AUGUST 20: (CHINA OUT) People light and release candles in water to celebrate the mid-summer Ghost Month Festival on August 20, 2013 in Liuzhou, Guangxi Province of China. The Ghost Month Festival falls on the 14th day of the 7th lunar month, in which ghosts and spirits, including those of the deceased ancestors, come out from the underworld. (Photo by Tan Kaixing/ChinaFotoPress)
Diwali - Hindu Festival of Lights, occurs between the months of October and November. Not only celebrated in India but Worldwide. Pray to provide enlightenment of Hindu knowledge (Lightness) - Hindu Festival of lights India. Families celebrate by lighting oil lamps and candles to signify the triumph of good over evil- BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir
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Well, India experience a lot of major festivals throughout the year in its land but Kumbha Mela is the biggest festival amongst all festivals in India. The spiritual Mela is witnessed by more than 5 million people across the world within a period of a month.
The Kumbh Mela at the Ganges River. Every 4 years (every 12 for the Maha Kumbh Mela) people from all over India and the world gather at the Ganges River for a month long celebration. Waters from three rivers converge, people wade into the river to bathe in the healing waters, and collect it in jugs to take home to their families, crops, etc.