The holiday season is ended? Still have fun with these celebrations

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A full year of festivities

Indians do not let a month pass by since there's always something or another that is happening every now and then ,

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where we can be immersed and take pleasure.

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No time to be sad

The most popular festive season is about to come to an end however,

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you shouldn't be down about it because there are still a few occasions to be enjoyed for the rest of the year.

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The season

Diwali, Durga Puja and other festivals of the season can leave us feeling hungover, and it's the joy of this season that makes us feel alive.

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What's left?

While the major events have passed but the spirit is still there. There are many other events throughout the remainder of the year you can participate in.

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Bhai Dooj

On October 26 and 27, Bhai Dooj celebrates the bond between siblings and is an ideal opportunity for families to get together.

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Chhat Puja

The biggest celebration for the Bihar people. Bihar Chhat Puja is an additional opportunity to be able to relax and have fun.

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Children's Day

On the 14th of November, it is the time to indulge your child or any other young loved one you cherish. Have them out for dinner and purchase them presents.

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Christmas

This day has a special spot in our hearts, and is most likely the most anticipated day after Diwali has ended.

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New Year's Eve

A great way to conclude an entire year,

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New Year's Eve is the day that marks the close of the year as well as the celebrations are over as well as a sign of hope for the future.

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