|Fairs / Festivals May 2018|
|1st – 31st May, 2018||International Flower Festival||Sikkim|
|1st – 3rd May, 2018||Moatsu Festival||Nagaland|
|13th May, 2018||Pradosh Vrat||North India|
|13th May, 2018||Chithirai Festival||Madurai|
|15th May – 14th June, 2018||Ramadan||All India|
|May 22nd, 2018||Buddha Jayanti||All India|
India is an epitome of resplendent festivals and fairs – where the hues of festivity never lose its charm! From enjoying the pleasant winter weather for sightseeing to diverse festivals and fairs, the month of February in India offers an exciting spectacle of celebrations and exquisite getaways to the visitors.
Here take a look at the festivals and fairs that are celebrated in the month of May in India every year – reflecting the traditional gaiety and zest of its people.
The celebration of Mother's Day is a newly acquired concept in modern India especially in the last decade because of mass globalization. Every year it is celebrated on second Sunday of May. On this Day, people show their appreciation towards their mothers.
|27 May to 25 June||Saturday||2017|
|15 May to 14 June||Thursday||2018|
|5 May to 4 June||Sunday||2019|
The Birth anniversary of Lord Buddha is celebrated as Buddha Purnima or Buddha Jayanti. This is the most Holy festival of Buddhist. Many Buddhist and its followers come to India from all over the world to celebrate this day together. Meditation, cortege, prayer meets, discourse, recitation of the sacred Buddhist scriptures etc. take place during Buddha Purnima. Buddhist Pilgrims visit all the pilgrimages present across India to seek the blessings of Lord Buddha.
|Buddha Jayanti Calendar|