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February Events And Festivals In India

18 Upcoming Festivals In February In India In 2023

Festivals in any country are the best way to express and showcase glorious culture, heritage, and traditions. Every event and festival aims at spreading joy, happiness, and positive vibes among people, strengthening their bonds. As the winter season paves the way for the Spring season, the temperature takes a turn for the better, crops are ready for harvest, there is excitement in the air. Enjoy salubrious weather, vibrant ambience, and heaps of sunshine while soaking in the beauty of nature.

Besides reconnecting with nature, get into the celebratory mode, as February has a long list of events and festivals lined up for you. Enjoy the outdoorsy time of the year with some of the most prominent festivals in February! Fill your heart with joy, and get ready to celebrate.

List of Festivals in February 2023 in IndiaThat You Must Celebrate

February is also referred to as the ‘month of festivals’ as many regional, local, and seasonal festivals are celebrated. Take a dekko at the list of festivals in February 2023 in India that you must attend and soak in the festive spirit!

  • Surajkund Crafts Mela. A Riot of Colours
  • Sula Fest. A Perfect Place to Wine & Dine
  • Shekhawati Heritage Festival. Soak in the Rustic Beauty of Rajasthan
  • Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. A Treat for Creativity Lovers
  • World Sufi Festival. Showcasing Rich Social Legacy.
  • World Sacred Spirit Festival. Showcases the Spiritual Significance of Music
  • Udaipur World Music Festival. Celebration of Music
  • Mahindra Blues Festival. A Cultural Movement
  • Alwar Festival. Celebrating the Traditions of the Land
  • Elephanta Festival. A Festival that Promotes Cultural Heritage
  • Jaisalmer Desert Festival. A Colourful Extravaganza in Rajasthan
  • Taj Mahotsav. Invoking the Memory of the Mughal Era
  • Maha Shivratri. The Great Night of Shiva
  • Goa Carnival. An Immersive Experience
  • Khajuraho Dance Festival. Showcases Traditional Dance Forms of India
  • Losar Festival. The Tibetans’ New Year
  • Deccan Festival. A Vibrant Festival in Hyderabad
  • Hampi Festival. An Event That Showcases Cultural Glory of Yesteryears

1. Surajkund Crafts Mela. A Riot of Colours

(February 1- February 16)

A popular fair held yearly in Faridabad, Surajkund Mela attracts many visitors. The place comes alive with a perfect blend of music and colours. Browse psychedelic art and craft items from different parts of the country and abroad on display in stalls. Jammu and Kashmir is the theme of this February month festival this year.

  • Location. Faridabad
  • Entry Fee. INR 120 on weekdays and INR 180 on weekends
  • Major Attractions of Surajkund Crafts Mela. Handloom, handicrafts, decor items, dance and music, delectable food

2. Sula Fest. A Perfect Place to Wine & Dine

(February 1 - February 2)

The first-ever lively vineyard music festival in India, Sula Fest, is synonymous with fun, excitement, delectable food, cool drinks, energetic music bands, a musical extravaganza, and more. Sip the unique qualities of wine while soaking in the beauty of tranquil Gangapur in the backdrop. 

  • Location. Nashik
  • Entry Fee. INR 600 on weekdays and INR 1000 on weekends
  • Major Attractions of Sula Fest. An abundance of fun, grooving to foot-tapping music, electrifying performances by talented singers, and tasting various wines. Enjoying scrumptious food

3. Shekhawati Heritage Festival. Soak in the Rustic Beauty of Rajasthan

(February 12 - February 15)

Located in the stretched, semi-desert part of the desert state of Rajasthan, the Shekhawati region is known for its rich heritage, architectural brilliance and entrepreneurial spirit of residents. One of the most colourful festivals in Rajasthan, the Shekhawati Heritage Festival celebrates this area's rich art, culture, heritage, and history. It is one of the prominent festivals in the February 2023 festival list.

  • Location. Shekhawati Village, Rajasthan
  • Entry Fee. Free
  • Major Attractions of Shekhawati Heritage Festival. Horseback riding, jeep safaris, camel safaris, rural games, folk dance and music performances, authentic Rajasthani food

4. Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. A Treat for Creativity Lovers

(February 4- February 12)

Organised by Kala Ghoda Association, this art festival is one of the largest multi-cultural events in the city of dreams, Mumbai. It is an ode to art and artists and has changed the fortune of many artists.

  • Location. Mumbai
  • Entry Fee. Free
  • Major Attractions of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. Watch short films, documentaries, and theatre, enjoy amazing street food to authentic Indian cuisines, get high on the vibes with soul-touching music, watch national and international dance forms, stand-up comedy, heritage walks, and more.

5. World Sufi Festival. Showcasing Rich Social Legacy