India, the multi-religions, multi-cultural, multi-lingual, is regarded to be a spiritual and holy land where rishis, munees, Mahatamas, fakirs and Sai Baba, Saints live and propagated the message of spiritualism, peace and harmony, where several religions are followed, where several deities are worshipped, where different rituals are being practiced. The country which is accommodating Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, Islam, Sikhism, Christians, Parsism, Wahabism under the single string of Indian Nationalism celebrates every day a festival of its unique kind and theme an ever charming source of attractions among the holidaymakers of the world. However, the festival tours of India attract the Western world throughout their celebration whether they are festivals of Hindu, Muslim, Sikhs, Jains, Christian, Buddhists, Sindhis and Parsi as these festivals of India are based on the customs, traditions and rituals of their own with the commonness of celebrating the humanity.

The famous festival tours of India are Basant Panchami, Diwali, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Eid-ul-Fitr, Ganesh, Holi, Janmashtami, Karvachauth, Kumbh, Mahavirjayanti, Navratri, Onam, Pushkar Fair, Raksha Bandhan, Rath Yatra (Chariot Festival), Christmas besides the National Festivals of Independence Day, Republic Day and Gandhi Jayanti. There are number of festivals in India which are celebrated on some theme like Puri Beach festival in Orissa, Chamba festival in Himachal Pradesh, Baisakhi festival in Punjab, Chitrakoot festival in Madhya Pradesh, Tarnetar festival in Gujarat etc. During these festivals of India, the tourists can purchase the local products especially made up of traditional handicrafts.