How to celebrate holidays along Lakshadweep Islands Fairs & Festivals in February?

Lakshadweep Festivals presents the vibrant cultural traditions of the religious events of the island. As the most people residing in Lakshadweep are of islamic faith, therefore, different festivals too reflect the customs of that belief. Id-Ul-Fitr, Bakrid, Muharram, & Milad-Un-Nabi are the significant festivals of Lakshadweep.

The important fairs in lakshadweep islands are Kurupina Moulood, Urs of Saint Bukhari, Urs of Sheikh Mohammad Kasim, Moulood Festival, Urs of Saint Kunthapurath Kazhin Jawar, Urs of Sheikh Mudiuddin A Geelani, Urs of Saint Ahmad Kabir Rifayi and Urs of Saint Uways-i-Quran

Lakshadweep is one of the tropical archipelago of thirty-six atolls and coral reefs in the Laccadive Sea, off the Kerala coast, India. There are limited number of islands are inhabited that are open to visitors with permission required. Kavaratti is the most developed islands, is house to any mosques, comprising the ornately decorated Ujra Mosque, Kavaratti Aquarium displaying regional fish, shark & coral species. Other island includes:

  • Agatti Island
  • Bangaram Island
  • Bitra Island
  • Bodies of Water
  • Chetlat Island
  • Island of Thinnakara
  • Kadmat Islands
  • Kalpeni Islands
  • Kavaratti Island Lagoon
  • Kavaratti Island Marine Aquarium
  • Kiltan Island
  • Pitti Bird Sanctuary

The bank holidays in lakshadweep islands are decided by its government when the schools, offices are closed.

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