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From the colours of Holi to the lights of Diwali and from the Khumb Mela to the spectacle of the Indian-Pakistan Border Closing Ceremony, welcome to 2camels take on the festivals and events of India.
Coinciding with the darkest, new moon night of the Lunisolar month of Kartika — somewhere between mid-October and mid-November on the Gregorian calendar — the...
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Marvel as millions (100 million over the 45 days of the Maha Kumbh Mela in 2013) of Hindus come together for the largest, most colourful...
For five days each year the sleepy, lakeside settlement of Pushkar comes to life in a sea of colour, cattle and camels during the world-renowned,...
Since 2001 2camels has been the home of festivals on the web.
So, if you have a taste for the bizarre, an interest in foreign customs or are just plain curious as to what festivals gets celebrated in far away lands, then you've come to the right place.
From hurling tomatoes at La Tomatina to downing a stein at Oktoberfest and from rolling headlong after a chunk of cheese in the Cotswolds, to dodging tika powder during Holi, 2Camels has got festivals covered.
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