The Navhind Times has an interesting article on ‘Jamghat’ a kite festival held in India.
Bracing for kite flying on ‘Jamghat’
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Pareva’ — the day after Diwali is considered by many as the day of rest in UP. With festivities beginning well before ‘Navratra’, it is time to take a break after a hectic Dussehra and Diwali.
However, the break is short-lived as the festival of Id is to be celebrated just three days after the ‘Festival of Lights’. While people are busy preparing for the various festivities lined up, there is a hard-core group awaiting ‘Jamghat’ — not to rest but to reach out to the skies via colourful kites.
You can read the entire article on the Navhind Times website.