Indian Festival

Promote Most Popular Indian Festival, Dace & Music through CIOFF® an Official Partner of UNESCO

Through its activities, CIOFF promotes the intangible heritage, through forms of expression such as dance, music, games, rituals, customs and other arts. Supports the activities of its members and those of non-governmental organizations working in the areas of folklore and cultural heritage; and serves the cause of peace and non-violence through the implementation of the mentioned objectives.

Promote the intangible heritage, through forms of expression such as dance, music, games, rituals, International music festivals, Indian festival & event, customs and other arts with CIOFF an official partner of UNESCO.

IndianFestival has Many Religions and Hundreds of Customs

Being a highly metaphysical country, festivals are at the heart of people's lives in India. The promiscuous and varied festivals that are held throughout the year offer a unique way of seeing Indian culture at its greatest. Many of these festivals are shared by communities across the country, albeit with variation on their history, theme and method of celebration.

10 Traditions of India that find a place in the UNESCO

  • Traditional brass and copper craft of utensil making among the Thatheras of Jandiala Guru, Punjab.
  • Kalbelia folk songs and dances of Rajasthan
  • Chhau dance
  • Buddhist Chanting of Ladakh
  • Sankirtana - Ritual singing, drumming and dancing of Manipur
  • Ramlila
  • Tradition of Vedic chanting
  • Ramman - Religious festival and ritual theater of the Garhwal Himalayas
  • Kutiyattam - Sanskrit theatre
  • Mudiyettu - Ritual theatre and dance drama of Kerala

Events and festivals are held with Much Pomp and Splendor in India.

Do not underestimate the time required for the successful promotion of an event. The type of event, its target audience, internal resources and the budget all determine your marketing approach. Events and festivals are held with much pomp and splendor in India. The festive events of India include various ethno-cultural groups and the Indians do not prevent the strangers from participating in their celebrations.

Our Vision is to Involve Young Generations to Folklore Movement

Famous festival of India is celebrating people from different religions stick together harmoniously. The wide variety of most popular festivals celebrated in India is a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions. While the celebrations happen all over the year, October till January is the time when the country can be seen at its vibrant best.

Activities of CIOFF on National Level

Each CIOFF national Section has its own network of trusted members, incorporating National & International Folklore Festivals, Traditional Arts Organizations and Folklore Performance Groups.