Q1. Which of the following is the thanksgiving festival of Maharashtra, where bulls are honoured as they are considered indispensable to farming?
Q2. Which among the following festival marks the menstruation period of the Goddess Kamakhya in Assam?
Q3. On which festival does people of North India worship goddess Lakshmi and lord Ganesha together?
Q4. Thrissur Pooram festival It is celebrated in which of the following states?
Q5. The Hemis festival is predominantly celebrated in Ladakh.
Q6. Which among the following festivals is also known as “Festival of Festivals”?
Q7. Which of the following festivals celebrates the harvest season in August-September?
Q8. Thiruvathira festival is mainly celebrated in which of these states?
Q9. The famous Losoong festival is celebrated in which of the following states? Sikkim
Q10. Sekrenyi, a major festival of Nagaland, is a days celebration which signifies purification and sanctification.
Q11. Which among the following festivals is the worship of 14 Gods and is celebrated in the month of July?
Q12. During the Chaliha Sahib festival, Sindhis observe a day fast to show their devotion to Lord Jhulelal
Q13. Which of the following harvest festivals is primarily celebrated by the people of western Odisha?
Q14. Phooldei, a harvest festival, is primarily celebrated in which of the following states of India?
Q15. Which of the following festivals is NOT celebrated in Uttar Pradesh?
Q16. Mysuru Dasara Festival is a festival celebrated in Karnataka.
Q17. Which of the following spring festivals is celebrated in Goa?
Q18. The 23rd National Youth Festival to commemorate the birthday of Swami Vivekanand was held at Lucknow
- Dree, an agricultural festival of Arunachal Pradesh, is celebrated in the month of July
- The Burchu festival is primarily celebrated in which of the following states of India? Sikkim
- Which among the following festivals is also known as the festival of winter season? Chakan Gaan-Ngai
Q22. The Shumang Leela festival is associated with which of the following states? Manipur
Q23. The Gochi festival is predominantly celebrated in which of the following states of India?
Q24. The Medaram Jatara Festival is a long festival celebrated by Koya tribe.
Q25. Lui-Ngai-Ni is celebrated as a seed sowing festival by the people of Manipur
Q26. Kati Bihu, one of the three Bihu festivals of Assam, is celebrated in the month of October
Q27. Mopin is the cultural festival of which Indian state?
Q28. The harvest festival ‘Nabanna‘ is celebrated West Bengal
Q29. Bathukamma, a flower festival, is celebrated in which of the following states?
Q30. Which among the following festivals is also known as Dala Puja devoted to worshiping the sun is traditionally celebrated by the people of Bihar?
Q31. Songkran is a Buddhist festival. This festival is celebrated for several days in the month of April
Q32. The Halda festival is primarily celebrated in which of the following states of India?
Q33. The annual festival of Gangaur, celebrated by the married women of Rajasthan, is observed in the Hindu month of Chaitra
Q34. The Mahamastakabhisheka, celebrated every twelve years is a festival.
Q35. How many types of Bihu festival are celebrated in Assam?
Q36. Sajibu Cheiraoba is the lunar new year festival of the people who follow the religion of Sanamah ism in the indian state of __________
Q37. Which among the following festivals is also celebrated to remember King Mahabali in Kerala?
Q38. Gangaur Festival is celebrated in honour of the Goddess of Rajasthan.
Parvati mostly by the womenfolk
Q39. Karaga one of the oldest festivals of is celebrated in honour of Goddess Shakti Karnataka
Q40. Yaoshang festival which is famous in Manipur is celebrated for days,
Q41. The festival of Ram Navami is celebrated in the Hindu month of Chaitra
Q42. Which of the following Hindu goddesses is worshipped during the festival of Gangaur?
Q43. The edition of the Rajasthan International Folk Festival was organized from 6th to 10th October 2022.
Q44. Holi is the festival of colours, celebrated in the Hindu month of Phalgun
Q45. Maghi’ is another name for which of the following festivals of India?
- Vishu is a festival, celebrated primarily in the southern part of India. Hindu
Q47. Chhath Puja, an ancient Hindu festival, can fall in which of the following months?
- Mahamastakabhisheka is a Jain festival that is celebrated once every____ years 12 years
Q49. The people of Kashmir dedicates the Navreh festival to Goddess and pay homage to her during the festival. Sharika
Q50. The Hampi Utsav is celebrated every year in which of the following states? Karnataka
Q51. Ganesh Chaturthi, celebrated in the honour of God Ganesh, is observed in the Hindu month of Bhadrapada
Q53. Kalbelia is a famous folk dance of which Indian state?
Q54. The five-day long Ganga Mahotsav is celebrated in which city of Uttar Pradesh?