The Inti Raymi is an ancient Inca religious celebration, as we all know the Incas worshiped their god: the God Inti or Sun in its translation into Spanish. Formerly the Inti Raymi lasted about 15 days; People made sacrifices and presented dances to worship the sun god. The last Inti Raymi held with the presence of Emperor Inca was in the year 1535, a year before the Spanish conquest, but it was the Spanish invasion in 1536.
Currently, the Inti Raymi is a theatrical performance, thousands of people from Cusco and from all over the world come together to this event which is one of the most important cultural and traditional events in this part of the world. This Inca celebration makes each Peruvian feel the Inca blood flow through their veins and revalue their Inca past.