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Festivals In Mauritius To Celebrate 2020

Everywhere in the world, Mauritius has its own traditions. The culture on the island is very diverse, due to several ancestors who visited or visited the island many years ago.
The religions found in Mauritius are mainly Christian, Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist religions.
Read below to discover the best festivals in Mauritius, we believe you will experience and celebrate in Mauritius:

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Thipposam Cavade: The Tamil community of Mauritius celebrates Thipposam Cavade, a festival celebrated in devotion to Lord Muruga. 10 days before the actual date, devotees will fast and pray with vegetarian food, which is up to date. In the streets, you will find "cavades", small temples decorated with flowers, taken to the temples. The famous seven curries are also cooked on this day.

Celebration Date: 8 February

Holi: Holi is a festival of joy and color that is celebrated with great enthusiasm in this island nation. During the Mauritius festival, men, children, and women chase each other with water and colored dust. The festival usually lasts two days and begins with a bonfire at night. People sing and dance in their folk styles. It is believed that Holika symbolizes the death and defeat of Holika, who was burned after trying for her nephew.

Celebration date: March 9-10

Maha Shivaratri: Maha Shivaratri is celebrated every year in honor of Lord Shiva. Mahashivratri is a three-day Hindu festival, during which thousands of Hindu pilgrims dedicate themselves to the waters of the lake along the great basin. The Grand Basin is a sacred lake for the Mauritius island of Hinduism.

Celebration Date: February 21

Ghoon: After the martyrdom of Imam Hussain, a minority of the Muslim community in Mauritius is celebrated alive in Mauritius. Imam Hussain was a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad. A parade takes place in the streets of Plain-Wert in Port Louis.

Celebration Date: 10 September

China Spring Festival: The China Spring Festival is usually celebrated by the Mauritian Chinese of Mauritius. The exact date of the celebration is determined according to the Chinese calendar. As part of the celebration, firecrackers are planted according to tradition to ward off evil spirits. Families gather and celebrate the new year with abundant food. At the end of the day, the lion dance will be performed by Chinese dancers.

Celebration Date: 25 January

Ganesh Chaturthi: Hindus celebrate the Ganesh Chaturthi festival to commemorate the birth of Lord Ganesha. On this day, the Hindus will go to the banks of the river or to the beaches with small replicas of the elephant-headed god, these replicas must be submerged in the water before sunset.

Celebration Date: August 22


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