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Lohri Festival India
13-13 January 2012
Lohri is the harvest festival of Punjab, famously known as the the breadbasket state of India. This harvest festival is celebrated to mark both celebration and sharing. Lohri festival prompts people t  read more...
Holi the Festival of colors in India
20-20 March 2011
India: Holi is the festival of Hindus,it celebrates allover in India. It celebrates on Phalgun Poornima which comes in early March. It brings jo  read more...
Devonport Food Wine and Music Festival
19-20 February 2011
Here is a great opportunity for food ,wine and music lovers to have two days entertainment of the world famous cuisines and wines of New Zealand. Join for a great music and live performances at a  read more...
Auckland Sea Food Festival
29-31 January 2011
Enjoy the delicious seafood for three days over Auckland anniversary weekend. The best seafood festival in New Zealand is back and in a new great location in Auckland’s BIG little city.

Headland Sculpture on the Gulf Auckland
28-20 February 2011
Headland Sculpture on the Gulf  is a leading outdoor sculpture event on the spectacular gulf coastline of 100 Kms on the Waiheke Island. Take an ultimate 35 min experience of ferry on the way to   read more...
Snow Festival China
05-05 January 2011
The Festival, established in 1985, is held annually from January 5 and lasts for over one month. Harbin is the capital city of Heilongjiang Province and this is China's original and greatest ice artwo  read more...
New Years Eve
31-31 December 2010
Celebrations for New Year begin from New Year's Eve on 31st December.

This is the last day of the Gregorian calendar and the day before New Year's Day. The id  read more...
Thanksgiving Day
25-25 November 2010
Thanksgiving Day in the United States started as a way of giving thanks to food collected from a good harvest or problems that were fixed.

It is celebrated wi 
Diwali India
05-05 November 2010
Diwali or Deepawali or Dipawali is one the most important, hugely waited and immensely cherished festival celebrated across India.

Originally, the name was Deepawali, which has its origin from  read more...
All Saints Day
01-01 November 2010
All Saints' Day is celebrated in Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Finland, France, French Polynesia, Gabon, Germany, Italy, Ivory Coast, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Peru, Philip  read more...
Bullfighting Season Peru
01-01 November 2010
Currently, the bullfighting season in the Acho bullring in Lima which has its present form since 1946, and is owned by the Sociedad de Beneficencia Pública de Lima starts the 1st of November and ends  read more...
15th Pusan International Film Festival
07-15 October 2010
The Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) held annually in South Korea is one of the most important film festivals that is held in Asia.

The 15th Pusan International Film Festival will be h  read more...
Bonaire Day
06-06 September 2010
Bonaire celebrates its flag day each year on September 6th, and a whole day’s celebratory events take place.

Each year a different barrio hosts the festivit 
Ganesh Chaturthi Mauritius
05-05 September 2010
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on the 4th day of the lunar month of August/September by Hindus in honour of the birth of Ganesha, God of wisdom .

This festiva 
Notting Hill Carnival London
30-30 August 2010
The Notting Hill Carnival has been taking place in London, on the last weekend in August, every year since 1964.

This great festival began initially from the  
Saints Peters and Pauls Day
29-29 June 2010
Saints Peter's and Paul's Day: Chile, Italy,
Khal Phansa Thailand
27-27 June 2010
The Khao Phansa (Candle Festival) marks the beginning of three months retreat that the Buddhist monks observe during the rainy season. During this time the monks remain confined within the monastery.   read more...
Midsummers Day Festivals Finland
21-21 June 2010
The longest day in the northern hemisphere is today either the 20th or 21st of June, whilst Midsummer's Day in Europe is traditionally on 24 June.

Midsummer's 
Saint Louis Jazz Festival Senegal
26-26 May 2010
The Saint Louis Jazz Festival is held annually in the colorful town of Saint Louis in Senegal. Jazz legends from all over the world come together to play in various venues throughout the town.
Antarctic Tasmania Midwinter Festival
26-26 May 2010
The Antarctic Tasmania Midwinter Festival Hobart held in the month of June is organized to celebrate the winter solstice of the Antarctic year.

Barbados Crop Over Festival
21-21 May 2010
The annual Barbados Crop Over festival runs from May to August and is the highlight of the island's annual social calendar.

The festival has its roots in celebrations of sugar-cane harvests da  read more...
Vesak Day Malaysia
10-10 May 2010
Vesak Day is the most important festivals of the Buddhists in Malaysia and fall in the month of May.

It is celebrated to commemorate the birth, enlightenment  
Chinese Spring Festival Mauritius
15-15 February 2010
The Chinese New Year's Day or the Spring Festival is the most important festival for the Sino-Mauritian community.

This festival is preceded by a thorough cle 
Germany Ice Festival
30-30 November -0001
The International Festival of Snow and Ice, Germany is the popular snow and ice festival of Germany. This festival is organized in Lubeck, Germany. The festival, which has been held for the past eight  read more...
Holi the Festival of colors
30-30 November -0001
India: Holi is the festival of Hindus,it celebrates allover in India. It celebrates on Phalgun Poornima
which  
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