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If you want to see the cultural life of Bengaluru, make sure to be present in the city when its numerous fairs and festivals are celebrated. These major fairs and festivals bring out the traditional side of the modern people of Bangalore, some of which may be listed below.

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Dussehra & Diwali

Celebrated with equal enthusiasm and fervour, both Dusshera and Diwali are considered as the most popular of all Hindu festivals – including a fascinating array of myths and legends associated with them.

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Dussehra & Diwali

Celebrated with equal enthusiasm and fervour, both Dusshera and Diwali are considered as the most popular of all Hindu festivals – including a fascinating array of myths and legends associated with them.

Falling in the month of October or November, the festival of Dussehra and Diwali is celebrated all over the country, including the state of Karnataka marking the victory of good over evil by worshipping Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha .

Ganesh Chaturthi

One of the major Hindu festival celebrated in honour of the elephant-headed god, Ganesha. Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations are traditionally held in August or September, generally lasting upto ten days.

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Ganesh Chaturthi

One of the major Hindu festival celebrated in honour of the elephant-headed god, Ganesha. Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations are traditionally held in August or September, generally lasting upto ten days.

The festival is celebrated both, in public as well as at home. The public celebration involves installing clay images of Ganesha in public pandals (temporary shrines) and group worship. At home, an appropriately-sized clay image is installed and worshiped with family and friends. At the end of the festival, the idols are immersed in a body of water such as a lake or pond.

Ugadi

Marking the beginning of the Kannad New Year, along with the advent of spring season, the Ugadi festival is one of the most important festival celebrated in the city.

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Ugadi

Marking the beginning of the Kannad New Year, along with the advent of spring season, the Ugadi festival is one of the most important festival celebrated in the city.

Falling in the second half of March or first half of April, the Ugadi festival is mainly devoted to Lord Brahma. The day begins with a ritual bath, early in the morning, and comes to an end with prayers that continue late into the night. It is believed that Lord Brahma created the world on this day only. Another popular belief related to Ugadi is that on this day, Lord Vishnu took an incarnation in the form of Matsya.

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