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Top Indian Festivals in July 2019 That You Must Attend

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Indian Festivals in July 2019 That You Must Attend

Being a secular nation, India celebrates every festival with grandeur. It’s dynamic culture and heritage attracts a massive population towards the country. The festivals in July mark the beginning of the colorful monsoon in the country and create a joyous atmosphere.

Before you take off to this culturally-rich country, you must take a look at the festival calendar. Understanding the upcoming festivals will let you make the most out of your monsoon trip to India. So if you’re ready with your packed bags, go through these top 5 Indian festivals in July. Take a look below:

  1. Malabar River Festival
  2. International Mango Festival
  3. Nishagandhi Monsoon Music Festival
  4. Puri Rath Yatra
  5. Dree Festival

List of five festivals in July:

Malabar River Festival 

Malabar River Festival is one of the top Indian festivals in July every adventurous enthusiast must look forward to. It is hosted by Kerala Tourism for all the white-water athletes in India. This famous ‘kayak competition’ is held every year in July to commemorate the monsoon season. Moreover, its massive popularity amongst fifteen different countries has made the Malabar River Festival the most anticipated festival. A trip to Kerala can cost approximately INR 38,000 per person for 4 Nights/5 Days.

When: 26-28 July 2019.

Where: Kerala

International Mango Festival 

The mango season is the most awaited period in India. Every Indian’s love for mangoes is unexplainable. Being a staple fruit of the summers, its stock is limited only till the summery season. However, if you’re taste buds aren’t ready to give up on your love for mangoes, head to Delhi to enjoy the richness of this fruit. With a host of multiple varieties, the International Mango Festivals stands true to its name. A trip to New Delhi can cost approximately INR 20,000 per person for 3 Nights/4 Days.

When: 5-10 July 2019

Where: New Delhi

Puri Rath Yatra 

As the name suggests, Puri Rath Yatra is a twelve day-long festival in the city of puri in Odisha. Puri Rath Yatra celebrates the venturing out of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra to their shrine at Jagannath temple. The three chariots carrying the three Gods is a holy sight every tourist must witness once in their lifetime. A trip to Odisha can cost approximately INR 25,000 per person for 6 Nights/7 Days.

When: 4-15 July 2019

Where: Odisha

Dree Festival 

Agriculture is an essential aspect of Indian civilization. When it comes to agriculture, Dree Festival tops the list of the most popular agriculture festivals. It is widely celebrated amongst the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh to worship the agrarian gods. The Dree Festival is a combination of giving and taking. While the tribe sacrifices their animals and harvests, the rice beer is offered as a symbol of affection. A trip to Arunachal Pradesh can cost approximately INR 35,000 per person for 8 Nights/9 Days.

When: 4-7 July 2019

Where: Arunachal Pradesh

 Amarnath Yatra 

Amarnath Yatra is the holiest yet the toughest journey any tourist undertakes. The prime reason to be a part of the Amarnath yatra is to witness the ‘Shiva Lingam’ made out of ice. The road to Amarnath is covered with snow in the winters. Hence, it is accessible to tourists only in the monsoons. The Amarnath Yatra costs approximately INR 30,000 per person for 3 Nights/4 Days.

When: July 1 to August 15

Where: Jammu and Kashmir

To sum up, there are a plethora of Indian festivals that must be on the cards of every tourist. While it is impossible to cover all the festivals, these five Indian festivals highlight the traditions of India. Since these festivals are across the country, one must have adequate sources to explore every city. One can opt for a personal loan for travel/ travel loan. A personal loan for travel is the most preferred means of financing your trip. Bajaj Finserv Personal Loan available on Finserv MARKETS ensures a hassle-free application process as well as instant loan allowance, flexible repayments options, minimal documentation and loan up to 25 lakhs.

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