In the month of April, different types of festivals are celebrated in different states of India, which you can see only by joining it. Because the weather is favorable for traveling in April and there is also a long weekend of Good Friday in this month, then you can take advantage of this and plan such places where you can enjoy the festival along with excursions.

  1. Tulip Festival, Kashmir
    Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden is situated at the foothills of Jabarwan Range. It is near Dal Lake in Srinagar. More than 1.5 million tulips of about 60 varieties and colors are seen in this garden. Apart from tulips, many varieties of daffodils, hyacinths and ranunculus can also be seen here. This garden will be open till the end of April.
  2. Baisakhi, Punjab
    Baisakhi, which is celebrated with much fanfare in Amritsar, Punjab. It is one of the most popular Hindu festivals of India. Baisakhi day is the first day of the traditional Solar New Year. During this time the harvest is completed and the farmers celebrate the harvesting of the crops. The harvest festival is celebrated in different ways in different states but the method is the same. So you can plan Punjab to see the beauty of Baisakhi.
  3. Bihu, Assam
    Bihu is a major festival celebrated in Assam. This festival is also associated with the harvesting of the crop which is celebrated thrice a year. The names of the three Bihu festivals of Assam are Rongali Bihu or Bohag Bihu, Bhogali Bihu or Magh Bihu, and Kongali Bihu or Kati Bihu. So you can also plan to visit Assam this month. The folk dance here accompanied by the sound of drums and hawks is a pleasure to watch during this ceremony.
  4. Mopin Festival, Arunachal Pradesh
    Mopin Festival is the main festival of Arunachal Pradesh. It is celebrated by the Galo tribe here as the joy of the new year. This festival lasts for a whole week. One of the tribal groups of Arunachal Pradesh, the Galong community celebrates the Mopin festival to appease the goddess of welfare, wealth, peace, prosperity and wisdom. This festival is celebrated to get rid of the effects of natural calamities, diseases, evil spirits and for good harvest, wealth, health and prosperity.