The weather becomes pleasant in the month of February, in which it has its own unique adventure. While planning to roam, most people focus on ‘Best time to visit’ and ‘How to reach’ which are of course very important information, but why not include those places in your list to reach the destination and have more fun. Where a cultural festival or fair is held during that time. So we reduce your hard work. Take a look at the festivals given here and plan your trip accordingly.

  • Surajkund Fair

When- 1-17 February 2020
Where- Faridabad

Attend the International Handicrafts Fair at Surajkund, Faridabad for finely embroidered handloom and handicraft items. You can come here and see a sample of the unique artwork of artists from abroad. This time Himachal Pradesh will be the theme state. This fair is also a great picnic spot with a stroller where you can enjoy your entire day by coming with friends and family. People from country and abroad reach to participate in this fair.

  • Kala Ghoda Festival

When – 1-9 February
Where- Mumbai

Exhibition of Kala Ghoda Arts of Mumbai is held. It organizes artworks, handicrafts, dance, seminars, music, theater and special programs for children. The best special thing is that there is no fee to see these things.

  • Jaisalmer Desert Festival

When- 7-9 February 2020
Where- Jaisalmer

If you want to see and know the royal style of Rajasthan closely, then be a part of Jaisalmer festival to be held in the month of February. The 3-day-long festival celebrates the camel parade, camel race, polo match, turban dam competition, acrobat, puppet show, witchcraft and the traditional attire is a thrill to see the locals dancing and dancing. Apart from this, many types of programs are organized in which tourists come from abroad.

  • Taj Mahotsav

When- 18-27 February
Where- Agra

The Taj Mahotsav held at Shilpgram in Agra is also a very good place for engagement. Elephants and camels are decorated in it, local artists give their presentations in colorful costumes. By joining the Taj Mahotsav, you can also see the Sapera Dance of Rajasthan, Lavani Dance of Maharashtra.

  • Indian Art Fair

When – 31 January – 2 February 2020
Where- Delhi

This fair is organized to identify Indian art. It showcases the breathtaking arts of South Asia. All styles of art including modern and contemporary will be seen. An exhibition of sculpture, painting is also held here.

  • Hampi Festival

When- 25-27 February 2020
Where- Hampi

Hampi Festival is also known as Vijay Utsav. In which music, dance, art and many other entertainment programs are organized. With the beauty of Hampi, you can also enjoy puppet shows, light and sound shows by joining this festival.