New Year Parties and Events in India 2016-2017



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Have you decided how are you going to welcome the New Year 2017? If yes, then you might have to rethink about your New Year plans after reading this.

Travel.MapsofIndia gives you a list of New Year Parties and Events in India 2016-2017 in some of the most happening cities of India. All you need to do is choose from the list, a city where you would like to spend your day. All the probable events in the city will be listed from among which you can choose the one that attracts you the most. The list will include events in Five Star hotels to small parties and concerts. There will be information on the date, time and venue of the event along with things you can do once you are at the place.

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You must be aware of all the events featuring stars that remain talk of the town and make for headlines of newspapers several days before and after the arrival of New Year. Not everyone can have an access to these events because of huge expenses involved, but those who think that they can't attend fun New Year events at all, without shelling out big bucks from their pockets, are living in ignorance. You will be glad to know that numerous big and small events, centering New Year are organized every year. Many of these events take place in your city and attending them fall within your budget without your knowing it and for those who don't mind spending lavishly, the options are numerous. We are here to help if you are ready to experiment.





Last Updated on : December 21, 2016

     


     

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