- Rajasthan International Folk Festival is held 21-25 October every year at Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur City, Rajasthan.
- Nagaur Sufi Festival is held 17-19 February at Nagaur Fort, Nagaur, Rajasthan.
- The ancient Nataraja Temple of Chidambaram pays special tribute to ‘Nataraj’ - the dancing form of God Shiv. Natyanjali Festival is celebrated every year during February-March is jointly organised by The Department of Tourism, Government of Tamil Nadu, The Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and The Natyanjali Trust, Chidambaram.
- Taj Mahotsav, one of the most eagerly awaited festivals, is celebrated from 18th to 27th February every year at Shilpgram near the Eastern gate of "Taj Mahal", Agra, Uttar Pradesh.
- Ganga Water Rally Allahabad-Varranasi, November – December every year in Uttar Pradesh.
- Buddha Mahotsava, Sarnath, May every year in Uttar Pradesh.
- Ayurveda Jhansi Mahotsava, Jhansi, November every year in Uttar Pradesh.
- Garden Tourism Festival, every year in February in Delhi.
- Island Tourism Festival, fortnight long festival organized by the Andaman & Nicobar Administration every year in December - January.
- Pinjore Heritage Festival is organised by Haryana Tourism Department every year at Pinjore in December.
- In June 2007, Kurubarakunte (Karnataka State) resident, Potter Nandeesh, makes pots for his two square meals a day. But the wheels of fortune have slowed down for Nandeesh. “We need water to make the pots but there's acute scarcity of water in Kurubarakunte. So it's difficult for us. We have to walk long distances to get water,” he says. Thanks to employees (IT professionals who volunteer their time) of Intel India and an NGO, Children's Love Castle Trust, Kurubarakunte will have 15 rainwater harvesting tanks, which will store water for use by the potters and the village folk. And while they were at it, they built 3 solid waste management units, planted some samplings and even conducted an awareness programme on segregating waste properly.
- Rise in the number of individuals having appropriate training and certification who have completed at least 2 full years of medical training or is a registered medical doctor or nurse can donating their health services and time in rural areas of India.
Indian Tribal Festivals
- Tribal Festivals in Rajasthan: Baneshwar Fair of the Bhil Tribe.
- Tribal Festival in Assam: Bohaggiyo Bishu by the Deori Tribe.
- Sarhul is a festival of flowers and the most popular of all the tribal festivals in the country. The festival is observed by Mundas, Oraon and Santhal tribal communities, inhabiting in regions of Orissa, Jharkhand and Bihar.
- Tribal Festivals in Madhya Pradesh/ Chhattisgarh: Madai Festival, Bhagoriya Festival, Tribal Dusshera of Bastar, The religious Festival of Karma, Festival of Nagaji.
- Tribal Festivals in Orissa: Bali Jatra by Koraput Tribe, Karama Festival by the Ho, Kisan, Kol, Bhumij, Oraon, Bhuiyan and Binjhal Tribes. Sume-Gelirak Festival by Bonda Tribe of Koraput. Bija Pandu Festival, also known as Chaitra Parva, observed by Koya Tribe. Kedu Festival of the Kondhs of Phulbani. Chaita Parva Festival by Tribes of Koraput and Bhuiyans. Maghe Parab Festival of the Ho, Oraon, Kisan and Kol Tribes.
- Tribal Festivals in Lakshwadeep Islands: With its predominating Muslim population, tribals here celebrate d-Ul-Fitr, Bakr-Id, Milad-Ul-Nabi and Muharram.
- Tribal Festivals in Nagaland: Mimkut Festival by Kuki Tribe, Sekrenyi Festival by Angami Tribe, Tsukhenyi Festival by Chakasang Tribe, Aoling Festival by Konayak Tribe, Monyu Festival by Phom Tribe, Moatsu Festival by Ao Tribe, Miu Festival by Khaimggan Tribe, Tulini Festival by Sema Tribe, Nyanyulum Festival by Chang Tribe, Nazu Festival by Pochury Tribe, Metemneo Festival by Yimchunger Tribe, Amongmong Festival by Sangtam Tribe, Tokhuemong Festival by Lotha Tribe, Ngada Festival by Rengma Tribe, the renowned Hornbill Festival by every Naga Tribe and the Nga-Ngai Festival by Zeliang Tribe.
- Tribal Festivals in Jharkhand: Mansa festival in is a big affair for the Tribals in Panchparanga.
- Tribal Festivals in Andhra Pradesh: The Banjaras of Andhra Pradesh celebrate Holi with a great spirit of fun and enjoyment playing pranks and staging mock-fights. Dhund Ritual for all male off-springs born in that year which comprises honouring the god of love Kama and the Holika deity. Samakka Festival celebrated every two years in February at Medaram by the Koya and Waddar Tribes which is an opportunity for tribes from all over Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra to gather together.