Vishnupur Festival, Vishnupur West Bengal India

December 27, 2016

December 31, 2016

Bishnupur, West Bengal, India

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West Bengal is said to be a state of festivity. Throughout the state many festivals are celebrated and fairs are organized every year. All major celebrations take place in Kolkata. An important festival of the state is the Vishnupur Festival. The place is known for beautiful terrucotta temple and its elegant silk sarees. The festival celebration takes place between 27TH TO 31ST Decembeer every year. The festival celebrates the rich heritage of the state. Exhibitions of local handicraft are a major attraction of the celebrations. Various cultural programs are also organized during this time. It is a joyful time in the state.
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