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Swathed in decorations, high on traditional cuisines and whispers of legends wafting through homes – this is a typical scene of a festival celebration in a town. The only way to feel like an insider is to arrive here and be ready to be taken in by the vibrancy and high-octane energy. Experience some of the most exhilarating festivals in the subcontinent with Status Quo. We unravel the legends, explore local food and get invited to homes to see festivities at close quarters. It will be like nothing you would have imagined.

Hola Mohalla –The most vibrant Sikh festival in Punjab

Celebrated a day after the Hindu festival of colours, Holi, Hola Mohalla is one of the most vibrant festivals of Punjab. The Sikh community is known as one of the bravest and uninhibited communities of India.

Holi - A festival of colours

A colourful pageantry in India is never too hard to come across. But Holi brings a whole different level of colours to the canvas. Imagine a town bathed in bright pinks, reds, a dash of yellow and parrot greens.

Durga Puja

A magical celebration that marks the commemoration to Goddess Durga happens largely in the eastern part of the country. An abiding love for the superior Goddess who slayed demons and brought peace to earth...

Ananda Pagoda Festival

When one thinks of Bagan in Myanmar, the ethereal sight of pagodas as far as your eyes can take you, comes to mind. So grand are these ancient pagodas, that an entire festival celebrates their centuries old beauty...

Chariot Festival

Also known as the Rath Yatra (journey of the chariot), the festival is the highlight of the eastern state of Orissa. June and July are reserved for preparations and celebrations to invoke Lord Krishna (Jagannath) and his siblings, Balbhadra and Subhadra...

The World Sacred Spirit Festival

Sufism transcends all religious boundaries and firmly places itself in the realm of deep spirituality. India has a vast history of Sufi saints and the immersive poetry that emerged in their eras. This, complimented with hypnotic music is sure to make...

Kila Raipur Sports Festival

Having earned a sobriquet of ‘Rural Olympics’, Kila Raipur Sports Festival has given much reason for the namesake town to have rapidly shot up on the list of places one must see in Punjab. Otherwise associated with...

Ardh Kumbh Mela

The largest religious congregation on earth is back in 2019, this time at the holy city of Allahabad – at the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati Rivers. Kumbh Mela is held in four cities of India...
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