Harvest Festivals


Harvest Festivals The Harvest festivals are the most eagerly awaited celebrations in rural world. These are the annual celebrations which occur in a given region depending upon the climate and crop at that time. The most common features of harvest festivals is feasting (both family and public) with foods that are drawn from crops that come to maturity around the time of the festival. Other attractions of a harvest festival includes eating, merriment, contests, music and romance. The most renowned harvest festival in the world is Chuseok Harvest Festival of Korea.



Chuseok Harvest Festival
Month: NA
Place: Korea
Attractions: Home return time of Koreans, Ancestor worship, Songpyeon Dish, Folk Games.
Homowo Festival
Month: May to August
Place: Homowo, Ghana
Attractions: Sowing of the crops, Parades, Remembering the dead people,
Moon Festival
Month: September/October
Place: China & Vietnam
Attractions: Family gatherings & eating moon cakes and pomelos under the moon.
Samhain Festival
Month: October-November
Place: Ireland
Attractions: Bonfires, Guising, Divination, Apple Bobbing, Feasting

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Gay FestivalGay / Lesbian Festival
Have a glimpse of most widely celebrated gay or lesbian festivals in the world.


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