The month of March has all the way marched into our calendars! Various parts of the country have begun celebrating the most fun-packed festivals. So if you have leaves left, think no more and self-drive towards the ultimate celebration. Here is a list of vibrant and fascinating Indian festivals in March. It’s your chance to be a part of these festivals and witness the diversity of this incredible nation.
Elephant Festival -Jaipur
This festival has already been initiated with Holi and will stretch till the third week of March, where elephants will be ornamented with robes, jhools, and beautiful paintings. Massive processions of stunningly decorated elephants, camels, and horses will be seen along with amazing musical performances.
In Goa, Shigmotsav is celebrated to mark the variation of seasons. Goans bid farewell to winter and welcome the spring season with a lot of grace and celebration. Around this festival, the whole state gets soaked in merriment with parades, local dances, folk music, flutes, and drum beats.
Myoko- Arunachal Pradesh
Myoko is one of the most spectacular Indian festivals in March celebrated by the tribes of Ziro. This festival will be organized from the 20th-22nd March 2018 by the Apatani Tribe to honour prosperity, purification, fertility, and sacrifice. Locals in their traditional attire sing and dance in merriment and cook delicious local food.
Gudi Padwa- Maharashtra and South India
Known as Samvatsar Padvo, this is one of the most important and popular harvest festivals of India in March. The houses are cleaned, decorated with rangoli, people dress up in their best festival attire and visit friends and folks. Become a part of this much-awaited festival. Choose a car of your choice and book and self-drive with your favourite self-drive partner, Myles.