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The November Wanderlist

November 1, 2017 | Aishani Varma

Wondering where to travel in November? There are tons of exciting events happening across the country around this time of the year. And it’s just ahead of the holidays, so most places will be relatively tourist-free. Here’s our pick of places to visit in November and events to be at this month:


Dates: October 23rd – November 4th, 2017
The annual Pushkar Camel Fair is a colorful and vibrant display of unique exhibitions, competitions, and events set in the sand dunes of the charming town of Pushkar, which was built around a beautiful lake. It is one of India’s largest camel, horse, and cattle fairs. Cultural events and competitions include dances, tug of war, the “matka phod”, “longest moustache” competition, camel races and much more.
More information here.



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Dates: November 1st – 7th, 2017
The International Yoga & Music Festival has been regularly organized since 2008 in Rishikesh – The Yoga Capital of the World. This state-of-the-art festival is celebrated for 7 days, where multiple yoga forms are displayed giving people the opportunity to learn Yoga for free from a team of professional teachers from around the world. The festival also features concerts, live music performances, and lectures.
More information here.



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Dates: November 19th, 2017
The annual multi-city Bacardi NH7 Weekender Express is coming to Hyderabad this month. Get a taste of the happiest music festival in a power packed day with incredible performances by Indian Ocean, Divine, Skrat, Prabh Deep, Ritviz & more and get lost in that inimitable Bacardi NH7 Weekender vibe.
More information here.



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Dates: November 24th – 26th, 2017
Norwegian electronic dance music (EDM) artist Kygo is all set to embark on a grand three-city tour of India this month. He will travel to Hyderabad (November 24), Delhi (November 25), and Mumbai (November 26). Grab your friends and get ready to rage to his singles like Stole the Show, Here for you, Stay, and It Ain’t Me, which have debuted on several international charts.
More information here.




Aishani Varma

A graduate of Delhi University and a lover for eating and traveling, Aishani has always enjoyed taking adventurous trips to the unknown parts of the world.


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