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The three Chariots for Lord Jagganath, Lord Balrama and Goddess Subhadra are ready. #RathYatra #RathYatra2016

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Preparations are one for one of the most amazing Indian Festivals - the Jagganath Yatra. Thousands gather to pull the Chariots of the Gods - becoming an almost unstoppable force. Hence the word Juggernaut! #RathYatra #RathYatra2016

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Every year in the month of Kartik (Oct/Nov), the tiny town of Pushkar comes alive to host one of the largest Camel Fairs in Asia. Breeders and buyers from across North, West and Central India gather here to showcase, buy and sell camels, horses, cattle, goat and sheep. The fair is notable for its tented accommodation and you can get basic to luxury tents. The days are replete with entertainment for tourists and the cool evenings ring out with song and dance.

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Did you know that celebration of the Hindu Festival of Dussehra, which celebrates Lord Rama's vanquishing of the Demon Lord - Ravan, was started in 17th Century in Mysuru. #Dussehra #Fsetival

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Hemis Festival : One of the grandest monastery festivals is being held at the Hemis Monastery from 14-15 July 2015. Watch mask dances, cham dances, prayers etc. Hemis comes alive with celebrations from the monastery to the surrounding bazaar the atmosphere is full of faith, fervor and happiness. #HemisFestival #Leh #Festival #SacredDot

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Wishing you a year of good health and happiness from all of us at Sacred Dot Tours. #YogaDay

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Lohri is an exuberant celebration of passing of the month of the winter solstice; as well as the harvest of the Rabi crop. The celebrations include huge bonfires, dancing, loads of hard caramel candy and big feasts. Lohri marks the beginning of a new season! All of us at Sacred Dot Tours wish you a very Happy and Joyous Lohri. ‪#‎Lohri‬ ‪#‎Festival Image courtesy : freevisuals4u

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Every year just before Diwali is a festival all married women from North India fast for the well being of their husbands. This ‪#‎festival‬ has gained huge popularity over the years with not only married but engaged women also participating. Sacred Dot Tours wishes everyone a wonderful Karva Chauth!

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