June Festivals and Fairs, 2016

Fairs / Festivals June 2016
Month Festival Place
1 to 3 June-2016 Sindhu Darshan Festival Leh, Ladakh
1 to 9-June-2016 Shimla Summer Festival Shimla, Himachal
Pradesh
June 06 - July 05 -2016 Ramadan All India
15-June-2016 Saga Dawa Sikkim
19-June , 2016 Father's Day All India
24-June-2016 Sao Joao Feast of St John the Baptist Goa
24 to 26th,June-2016 Mango festival Delhi, Maharashtra and Punjab


India is an epitome of resplendent festivals and fairs – where the hues of festivity never lose its charm! The month of June in India offers an exciting spectacle of celebrations and exquisite getaways to the visitors.

Here take a look at the festivals and fairs that are celebrated in the month of June in India every year – reflecting the traditional gaiety and zest of its people.

Ramadan:

When: June 6 - July 5, 2016

The celebration of Mother's Day is a newly acquired concept in modern India especially in the last decade because of mass globalization. Every year it is celebrated on second Sunday of May. On this Day, people show their appreciation towards their mothers.

Ramadan Calendar
6 June to 5 July Monday 2016
27 May to 25 June Saturday 2017
16 May to 14 June Thursday 2018
Ramadan Mubarak cards & Messages
    

Ramadan Messages

Khuda aaj sabh par barsayega apni rehmaton ka noor
Umeed ka daaman thaamey rehna
Uss khuda se apni saari duaaein manwa lena
Mubarak ho tumhein Shab-e-barat
Iss Paak Ramadan ke mahiney mein
Mujh pe ek karam karna
Bas apni duaaon mein ek naam mera bhi shumaar kar lena
Ramadan Mubarak.
Waqt Parindey ki tarah par failaaye urdh jayega
Ramazaan ke iss pak maukey pe karlo nekiaan
Kuchh dino mein Chand ke didaar dekar Ramazan bhi Alvida keh jaayega.
Ramazan Mubarak.
Iftar ke aaney ki aahat ke saath ramazan ki rukhsatgi honey lagti hai.
Aaye mere khuda, nekiyon pe chale abhi sham bhi nahi hoti ki ramazaan rukhsat ho jata hai.
Chaand Mubarak!!
Shabh ko khila hua yeh chaand Mubarak
Chaand ko Doodh se nahayi yeh shokh chaandani Mubarak
Aur aapko hamari taraf se
Sitaaron se sajhi yeh Ramadan ki Chaand Raat Mubarak.

Saga Dawa:

When: 15th June, 2016

A highly esteemed festival of Sikkim is Saga Dawa. It has its origination roots in Tibet. One of the most cherished festivals of Buddhists; Saga Dawa is regarded as the Triple Blessed Festival, as it honors Lord Buddha’s birth, enlightenment and salvation in this world. This festive day is celebrated on the full moon day of Buddhist lunar calendar and according to English calendar, this festival falls in between the last week of May or First week of June. On this day many processions are carried out, in which holy books encompassing the teachings of Lord Buddha are carried from Tsuk-La-Khang Monastery through the streets of Gangtok. During this celebration, the Sikkim people perform ‘Chaam’ which is a colorful ritual folk dance.


Father's Day:

When: 19th June, 2016

Father’s Day is celebrated all over the world to acknowledge the contribution that fathers make to the lives of their children. In other words, the day celebrates fatherhood and paternal bonds. Although it is not celebrated on a single day worldwide, many countries celebrate this day on the third Sunday in June. People send gifts or cards to their fathers.

Father's Day Dates
Year Date Weekday
2016 19 June Sunday
2017 18 June Sunday
2018 17 June Sunday
2019 16 June Sunday
Happy Fathers Day Dad
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Father's Day Quotes

Dad, your guiding hand on my shoulder will remain with me forever.
~Author Unknown
Father! — to God himself we cannot give a holier name.
~William Wordsworth
Are we not like two volumes of one book?
Marceline Desbordes-Valmore
He who is taught to live upon little owes more to his father's wisdom than he who has a great deal left him does to his father's care.
- William Penn
The greatest gift I ever had Came from God, and I call him Dad!
- Anonymous

Mango festival:

When: 24th to 26th June, 2016

One of the most eagerly awaited festivals of India is the Mango festival. Fruit lovers from all across the country wait for this event every year during summer. The three major destinations, where enormous varieties of scrumptious mangoes from different regions of India are exhibited, are Delhi, Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) and Chandigarh (Punjab and Haryana).

In Delhi, the capital city of India, the festival is held annually at Dilli Haat, since 1987. Around 1100 special varieties of mangoes from different parts of the country are brought together for exhibition. Many recreational activities like quiz on mangoes, mango carvings, mango eating, folk performances, rangoli making, etc marks the day.

The second most delightful mango festival is witnessed in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra.

Last but not the least is the Chandigarh Mango festival. Every year, mangoes from all over India are brought together in this festival. It takes place in Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore. Traditional as well as many hybrid varieties of mangoes are displayed in this exhibition. Many mango centric activities, joy rides and folk competitions make the atmosphere even more mesmerizing during this festival.