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Multicolored cultures and the tradition of its state are portrayed in their state festival. Apart from the national festival the country also celebrates function and carnivals that talk about their classic rituals and their unique customs of their state in an enthusiastic manner. The important festival of Andhra Pradesh that are celebrated are Pongal, Makara Sankranti, Rayalseema Dance, Deccan Festival, Ugadi, Vinayaka Chaviti, Lumbini Festival, Visaka Utsav and Food Festival.

All these festivals will directly reflect their variety of their culture as well as the society of their state in several methods like Ethos, People, Carnivals, fine Arts then Handcrafts and a lot of more. Combining all these facts together of their states, it benefits the outcasts to know more about their state also the methods they have taken in for achieving their extraordinary levels. We have discussed some of the festival of Andhra Pradesh in detail here.


The Utsav

This festival is celebrated in the month of January. This festival or celebration is for the crafts, arts and their cuisines of the Vizag district situated in Andhra Pradesh. This festival will be celebrated for three days.

The Shivratri

The MahaShivratri is celebrated with a spiritual dedication everywhere in the country. This is usually celebrated in the Month February till March that is Shivratri falls on the dark half of Phalgun. The meaning of Shivaratri what they are celebrating this is “The Lord Shiva Devotees believe that on an auspicious night of Shivaratri, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi are both tied in knots with each other. The whole night devotees will sing Shiva hymns and pray. Special programs will be arranged in the all the shiva temples across the countries. Mhashivratri is detected in countless honors not in India alone however in Nepal and Mauritius also this festival is celebrated.


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Diwali

Andhra Pradesh is the oldest state and developed by joining the state of Hyderabad and being the Telegu speaking portions of the earlier state of Madras. In Andhra Diwali which is called the light, the festival is traditionally as well as in a grand manner. Diwali is a festival which rotates around Lakshmi, who is called the goddess of prosperity. At the time of festival the entire country blasts into color plus noise.

Dusherra

This festival is celebrated for the Goddess Durga Devi, she is the killer of evil, also she is called the personification of the great Goddess Parvathi Devi. Usually, the festival will be celebrated for nine days, with interesting Garba dances also Dandia Ras by the Gujarat community people. This festival is considered to be the most important festival that is why even the school and all the educational institutions will be announced holiday for 10 to 12 days. The Amazing part of this festival is the “Bommala Kolluvu”, it is a display of which are considered to be the heirloom in the entire household until Diwali.

Holi

The most fun filled festival that is celebrated by lively colored water and powder will be smeared on everyone. It will be celebrated on the full moon day while an image is known “Nathuram” is burnt. In the village side, the bonfire is normally made up of scarecrow plus hay, whereas in the city region they prepare it with old furniture.

Mahakaali Jaathra

Concerning and limited for the Telangana district of Andhra. This festival is celebrated on the month of Aashad, that fall at the time of the monsoon season. This is a unique, thrilling and the important festival, devoted to Goddess Maha Kali. At the time of this two-day festival the idol or statue of the divinity will be taken in a pageant, with the vivacious drum beats in addition to a burning of incense.

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Deccan Festival

Each year courteous Hyderabad arises thriving in the Deccan Festival. They will conduct cultural program through ghazal nights, qawalis plus mushairas, a classic of their city. You will have the exhibition of ornaments which are entirely made of pearl. There will also food fest conducted by the popular Hyderabad’s cuisine for the visitors.

Lumbini Festival

The Lumbini Festival in celebrated to remember the Inheritance of Buddhism in their state. This Festival is usually celebrated usually by the Nagarjuna Sagar in Hyderabad. Lumbini is a place where the legendary Gautama Buddha gave birth born; this is the chief Buddhist pilgrimage destination.

Visaka

Visakha Utsav is the important festival in Vishakhapatnam. This fair depicts the numerous prospective exist in the area. An enormous amount of the people crowds at the intended places to relish traditional programs, sports events, and cookery competitions.

Rayalaseema Food and Dance Festival

This festival is celebrated every year in the month of October. It is the great and most extensively celebrated traditional carnivals of Andhra Pradesh. As the name suggest this festival is to celebrate the prosperous and attractive art and food of Rayalaseema region of the Tirupati located in the Chittoor District of the great Andhra.


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