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Fairs & Festivals

Baisakhi(13th April ) at Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore
The Harvest Festival of Baisakhi is unforgettable in Northwest India. It is one of the liveliest moments of celebration at the Yadavindra Gardens, Piniore.

Mango Mela (June/July ) at Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore
Summers can never be over without a mango feast. That is what the Mango mela at Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore , is all about. Hundred of species of Mango from as far away as Bihar, Uttar Pradesh as also from Haryana, Himachal ,Punjab, arrive delighting just about every one with their hybird shapes and quality. Competitions of preserved goods, fruit and products are held, colours of cultural extravaganza are also held at the event while stalls sees fastfoods.

Hayana Day (1st September) at all Tourist Resorts
This festival celebrates the birthday of Tourism in Haryana. It was on Ist September that Haryana Tourism Corporation came into existence.This day marks the Tourism Day celebrations.Cycle rally-cum-race is held from Chandigarh on to Panchkula town,. The day also marks on ”Pakwan Pratiyogita, Blood Donation camp and Run for Fun events. competition. Musical evenings are held. Illumination and contest are orgainsed at all complexes of Haryana Tourism.

Mahabhartha Festival(December) at Kuruksehetra
One of the most delightful experiences that has begun at Kurukshetra is the Gita Jayanti celebrations. A series of events are held. These include the recitation of the Shrimad Bhagwad Gita,,pageants celebrating the Epic Mahabharata and Lord Krishna. Seminars on the holy Bhagwad Gita and performances by theatre groups, Bhajan recitals, the ‘aarti' and ‘Deep' Daan' at the Brahma Sarover holy water tank mark the day. Each event is glittering memorable and a deeply soulful experience.The celebrations commemorate the holy scripture: Bhagwad Gita and lord Krishna. The event is celebrated with seminars and cultural events.


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