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The world is full of fun and crazy people, and these festivals are solid proof. This list features some of the craziest, messiest or most colorful festivals and events ever, which have gathered millions of people from all around the world.
such as grape throwing festival in Australia and a tomato fight in Spain, there is something for everyone.
Festivals can offer you extraordinary experiences and help you get to know a new country. If you are planning your holidays, be sure to check if the countries you’re visiting are having any festivals. If you know of any festivals that absolutely must be seen to be believed, then add them to this list and vote for your favorites.
In this VIdeo you get a very helpful information about 20 Crazy festivals around the world. what is the aim of these festivals , why people celebrate these festivals Etc.
20 Crazy Festivals:
Battle of the Oranges
The International Highline Meeting Festival
Songkran Water Festival
Saidai ji Eyo Hadaka Matsuri
Night of the Witches
Dragon Boat Festival
Night of the Radishes
Golden Retriever Festival
Sapporo Snow Festival
Argungu Fishing Festival
Winter Light Festival
Merfest Mermaid And Merman Festival
Cat Food Festival
Wanderlust Yoga Festival
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Jasmine Hotel Pattaya is your home base for Thai Culture and Festivals. Thailand has a diverse culture dominated by the Buddhist faith, some of the many festivals during the year include, Chinese New Year, Thai New Year (also known as Songkran Water Festival) and the Loy Kratong festival, this video is a short collage of these events and some day to day images of Thai going about their lives.
All the women of rural India having scarcity of water has to pass miles of hurdles just to bring 6-7 litres of water. One day a tragedy strikes to a mother now who will solve this problem her husband, villagers or the government?
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Jubelnd hüllen sich die Besucher des Holi-Water-Festivals auf dem Außengelände des Okidoki-Kinderlands im Industriegebiet in bunte Farbwolken. Dazwischen findet immer wieder ein blauer, grüner, roter oder gelber Wasserstrahl auf den Veranstalter Alexander Schäfer, der in einer pinken Fantasie-Generaluniform und Tropenhut den Countdown ansagt, sein Ziel.
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5 Craziest Festivals in the World. These festivals are the craziest festivals that we could find around the world. These festivals are weird, wild and crazy
5. Vegetarian Festival
This festival is held primarily in Phuket, Thailand. In accordance with the traditions, many religious devotees will perform ritualized mutilation upon themselves and one another while under a trance-like state, including but not limited to: impaling through cheeks, arms, face, legs, back etc… This is done without anesthetic, always inside or near the temples surrounded by other devotees with only iodine, petroleum jelly and surgical gloves as precautionary measures.
4. La Tomatina
Every year in August a food fight festival called La Tomatina is held in Spain in the city of Bunol. Many people from all over the world participate in the festival where many tons of ripe tomatoes are thrown at each other in the streets. As you can see, it tends to get VERY messy…
3. Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake
It’s all downhill at the Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake, a Gloucestershire, England, festival where participants risk life and limb to follow a wheel of cheese down a steep and bumpy hill. The rolling cheese can reach speeds up to 70 mph, and injuries are common in this event said to date from Roman times. But it’s worth it considering the first prize – the winner gets to keep the cheese, if not his dignity.
2. The Monkey Festival
The thousands of monkeys who live in the Lopburi province near Bangkok and are offered a lavish feast of food, fruit and vegetables – washed down with soda pop – by local residents during the Monkey Festival in November. Feeding the critters is said to bring good luck – not to mention a heavy influx of curiosity-seeking tourists.
1. Urs Festival
The Urs festival is an annual festival held at Ajmer, a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is held over six days and features night-long dhikr/zikr qawwali singing. The anniversary is celebrated in the seventh month of the Islamic lunar calendar. As you can see, extreme self-flagellating is an important part of the festivities…
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With summer coming, take a look at last year’s biggest music festivals from around the world.
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1- Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, New Mexico:Every year, about 700 hot air balloons embellish the sky in New Mexico. This annual International Ballon Fiesta is one of the most colorful sky parades in the world. More than 28 different countries gather together to join in this spectacular celebration, and every year there is a new theme that makes the fiesta exciting and unpredictable. Usually, it is held every October, when the climate in Albuquerque is perfect for ballooning.
2- Festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:If you are travelling in Brazil, what better way to experience the exciting culture and tradition of the country than experiencing their most famous Festival in Rio de Janeiro? It has practically earned a reputation in one of the most spectacular festivals in the world. Nearly 2 million tourists and locals parade (and even dance to the tune of Samba!) in the streets, with their colorful costumes, masks, and vibrant props. No wonder Rio is recently voted as the happiest city in the world!
3- Diwali Festival, India:Also known as the Festival of Light, the Diwali Festival features lighting small oil lamps and displaying in around every individual’s homes and balcony, lighting up the whole country. Since India is a very diverse country, the festival have various meanings according to the tradition of their province. But it is still one of the largest festivals in India, culminated with firework displays and exchange of sweets in each other’s homes.
4- Full Moon Party, Thailand:In Thailand, people from all over the world visit the country for their annual Full Moon Party in Haad Rin. Every year, tourists and locals cram the beach area with fire dances, night partying, loud music, turning it in one of the coolest, brightest, and craziest festival in Thailand. It is usually celebrated in the wide Had Rin beach where almost 20,000 people dance all night long.
5- Sinulog Festival,Cebu, Philippines:Every third Sunday of January, Cebuano locals in the Philippines organize the Sinulog Festival, in honor of the Santo Niño. Thousands of participants dress in their most colorful costumes and parade all day in the streets, dancing to the beat of drums and trumpets. It lasts for up to nine days, and culminated with a Sinulog Grand Parade. The word ‘Sinulog’ comes from the root word ‘sulog’, which literally means “like water current movement”.
6- Elephant Festival, India:Held every year in the Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, the Elephant Festival is one of the most colorful and heart-warming celebrations in India. It is usually held on the full moon day of the Phalgun Purnima, according to the Indian calendar (this is usually between February and March). Hundreds of elephants are painted with bright colors and symbols, clothed with vibrant clothes, dressed in jewelry, and paraded in the streets. The most beautiful elephant in the parade takes home a luxurious prize.
7- Harbin Ice Festival, China:In China, in the capital of Heilongjiang province, the city of Harbin celebrates an annual Harbin Ice Festival. It showcases towering ice sculptures, amazing ice lantern shows, and crazy ice sports like hockey and football -practically anything related to ice! By night, the lanterns and castles of ice are lighted in different colors, making a spectacular view.
8- Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada:On the other hand, if you are not looking much from a colorful parade of dancers and props, but is, rather, looking for good music in the air, then the Montreal International Jazz Festival in Canada will surely sweep you off your feet. It is one of the biggest summer festivals in the country, lasting for more than a week of celebration and all-night entertainment.
9- Holi Festival, India:Just by its name itself, Holi Festival or the Festival of Colors in India is truly one of the most exciting and colorful festivals in the world. Generally, it is a religious celebration of the Hindus over the successful escape of Prahland, a devotee of Lord Vishnu. This celebration continues for about a week of cultural activities and night celebrations.
10- Dragon Boat Festival, China:An already ancient festival in China, the Dragon Boat Festival is still one of the main tourist and local attraction in the mainland. It is celebrated annually, on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. It originated from a festival that celebrates the martyrdom of Qu Yan, a famous Chinese patriot who threw himself in the waters as his sign of protest to the government.
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