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Divali :- 20 days guide, from Divali of mortals to the Divali of Gods !
Uttarayan / Makar Sankranti - The Kite festival of
Holi :- Festival of colours, as celebrated in Vraj, U.P., India
Rama-Navami :- Why we celebrate the birth of Lord Rama.
Ratha-Yatra :- Chariot festival at Jaggannath Puri, Orrisa, India.
Navaratri :- Festival of nine nights.
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Divali :- Festival of light, five days of festivities, as celebrated at Nathadwara, Rajasthan, India.
Holi :- as celebrated in Pushti Marg, especially at Nathadwara & Kakaroli.
Grishma-Vihar :- Summer time at Nathadwara.
Hindola :- Monsoon festivities at Nathadwara.
Other festivals at Nathadwara
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