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Delhi as multicultural society celebrates all Indian festivals with great gusto including Diwali, Dussehra, Id or Christmas as aslo the festivals typical to the different states. Local festivals include the.

Republic Day (26th January):

A splendid parade along the city's main avenue, Rajpath, commemorates the day India became a republic. Marching soldiers, brass bands,  tanks and armoury, the colourful camel corps folk dancers, shool children, colourful floats and an Air Force fly-past together make in the most spectacular event of the year.

Beating the Retreat (29th January):

A marvellous spectacle of marching bands from the armed forces, is set against the imposing backdrop of the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the Secretariats and the setting sun.

Garden Tourism Festival (February):

Held at the Talkatora Gardens, the festival is an annual hourticultural extravaganza with a colourful display of flowers, exotic plants, cultural events etc.

Suraj Kund Mela (February):

The popular Crafts Fair held at Suraj Kund (15 km) is set in a rural ambience, with folk dance, music and food from the different states.

International Mango Festival (July): 

The festival is didicated to the favourite Indian fruit, the Mango.

Phoolwalon ki Sair (Oct.): 

A marvellous flower seller's festival that originated in the 16th century. Beautiful floral fans, taken in procession at Mehrauli are blessed at the shrine of the Sufi Saint Kwaja Qutbuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki and at the Hindu Temple of Jogmaya.

Qutab Festival (November):

It is a cultural event held in the magical setting of the Qutab Complex

 

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