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Winter Festival, December


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Symbolising the triumph of good over evil, the Kullu Dussehra festival, held in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state, is a popular event that is an off-shoot of the countrywide Navrati festival. Celebrated in grand style, Kullu Dussehra centres around a colourful procession of gold and silver idols symbolising the Hindu deities, which are brought in from far flung villages in the Kullu Valley to be paraded through the town’s streets.

Kullu Dussehra, October


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Symbolising the triumph of good over evil, the Kullu Dussehra festival, held in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state, is a popular event that is an off-shoot of the countrywide Navrati festival. Celebrated in grand style, Kullu Dussehra centres around a colourful procession of gold and silver idols symbolising the Hindu deities, which are brought in from far flung villages in the Kullu Valley to be paraded through the town’s streets.

Hadimba Temple Mela, May


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Symbolising the triumph of good over evil, the Kullu Dussehra festival, held in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state, is a popular event that is an off-shoot of the countrywide Navrati festival. Celebrated in grand style, Kullu Dussehra centres around a colourful procession of gold and silver idols symbolising the Hindu deities, which are brought in from far flung villages in the Kullu Valley to be paraded through the town’s streets.

Winter Carnival, January


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Symbolising the triumph of good over evil, the Kullu Dussehra festival, held in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state, is a popular event that is an off-shoot of the countrywide Navrati festival. Celebrated in grand style, Kullu Dussehra centres around a colourful procession of gold and silver idols symbolising the Hindu deities, which are brought in from far flung villages in the Kullu Valley to be paraded through the town’s streets.