Travellers come from all around the corner to witness Hemis Festival. It is celebrated to commemorate the Tibetan Buddhism founder, Guru Padmasambhava, who fought against evils. So this three days festival is all about a victory of good over evil. The locals and the lamas put on their traditional dresses and century-old masks to perform a ritual Buddhist dance showing the victory of good over evil.
Mt. Fuji is the most famous site of Japan. More than 1.5 Lac people climb this submit every year during July and August. It has been recognized and listed in the World Heritage Sites as a cultural site in 2013.
Mt. Fuji is a Japan’s highest mountain with 3776 meters. It is a sacred and spiritual place. It is an active volcano which was erupted in 1707-08 last time. It is said, It erupts in every 300 years. If the predictions based on the facts are right, It has completed its 300 years.
As Shawshank redemption movie quotes “Hope is the best thing in the world”. To me, Mt. Fuji is a symbol of hope. It gives the hope to face hardships; to achieve what you want in your life; to survive and come out of crisis; to start a new life with more stronger belief and hope.
It is a five day fair held annually in Pushkar.This is among the largest camel fair of the world. Apart from sale n purchase of livestock, competitions such as the “matka phod“, “longest mustache, and “bridal competition” are the main activities of the mela. Thousand of people visit the mela every year. The mela is held between month of October and November.
Purana Quila is located near National Zoo of Delhi. It is rectangular in shape and one can have a bird eye view of national zoo from its roof top. It was surrounded by a wide moat which was connected to the river Yamuna. There is a stagnant water now and people enjoy boating there. It draws tourists in high numbers during weekends especially.
It is held under the aegis of Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation, Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority, the National Horticultural Board and the New Delhi Municipal Council every year. Its dates vary from year to year but it normally organised during the Month of July.
Meaning the “festival of fast breaking”, It is one of the most important Muslim festivals celebrated across the country. Popularly known as Eid, It is a show of joy at attaining spiritual prosperity after a month of fasting. It signifies the end of all evil habits.
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