Spring Festivals of India

Shad Suk Mynsiem festival of Meghalaya
Shad Suk Mynsiem Festival

Like a rainbow that glitters in a diversity of colours, the festivals in the month of April celebrated in various corners of our country, draw people from India and abroad, filling them with wonder and delight. The diversity of India enhances this country with a wide variety of cultures and customs with inestimable beauty and richness. They uplift everyone’s hearts with pride and grandeur.

Shad Suk Mynsiem

Meghalaya

Meghalaya celebrates the onset of spring with the community’s biggest festival, Shad Sukh Mynsiem, through which they offer their gratitude to the creator for all the blessings and bountiful harvests received. This festival offers them a stage to showcase their traditional dance and rituals which gives them a unique identity in the country. Visitors to the Shad Suk Mynsiem festival can also learn about how they keep alive old traditions and help indigenous beliefs and customs flourish in the modern century. This festival marks one of the best ways to see the beautiful and ancient heritage, beliefs and motifs of the community.

Tulip Festival of Kashmir

Tulip Festival

Kashmir

No one can imagine the colours that can churn and please your senses with the aesthetic beauty of nature. The Tulip Festival is a unique festival hosted in the Kashmir Valley during spring. It will take place from 3 April to 30 April 2022, and this year, 62 varieties of tulips will be on display. People gather here to enjoy the awe-inspiring beauty of nature. The Dal Lake stands out when the beauty is at its peak.

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Biji Ragil is an educator in St Theresa’s School, Jaipur. She uses the power of her words to inspire others through articles and poems in newspapers and magazines.

Biji Ragil

Biji Ragil is an educator in St Theresa’s School, Jaipur. She uses the power of her words to inspire others through articles and poems in newspapers and magazines.