Culture of Rajasthan

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FAIRS AND FESTIVALS IN RAJASTHAN

Colorful Rajasthan, we show you the best colors of Rajasthan & India. A young and dynamic tour management firm, we specialize in inbound & domestic tourism to the Rajasthan & India.


KOLAYAT FAIR

The Kolayat Fair of Bikaner holds great importance for the locals who eagerly await it. Tourists also experience a great time as the fair is celebrated on an expansive scale. Also known as ‘Kapil Muni Fair’, it is held in the month of.


CHANDRABHAGA FAIR

Every year, the Chandrabhaga Fair in Rajasthan welcomes thousands of visitors and participants from all over the nation. It is held at Jhalrapatan, situated at a distance of about six kilometres from Jhalawar, in the month of Kartik.


BUNDI FESTIVAL

The Bundi Festival is celebrated in the month of Kartik (October-November) and includes several spiritual and traditional activities. It is a remarkable cluster of traditional art, culture and craftsmanship and visitors are left charmed by.


MATSYA FESTIVAL

The Matsya festival of Alwar held in November over two days is the foremost of all fairs and festivals of Rajasthan. It is celebrated to glorify the prosperity, traditional values and colourful customs of the region. This festival is.


KUMBHALGARH FESTIVAL

The Kumbhalgarh fort, cradled in the Aravali Ranges, north of Udaipur, hosts the vibrant and colourful Kumbhalgarh Festival. This three-day festival is an incredible effort by the Department Of Tourism of the state to promote the culture.


SHREE THE SACRED FESTIVAL

Pushkar town is a major tourist attraction for Rajasthan, and what better way to accentuate this mystical town than a sacred music festival. The Bhakti Festival is a religious music celebration of traditional music and hymns performed to.


WINTER FESTIVAL – MT. ABU

The annual Winter Festival held at Mount Abu in December pays homage to the rich culture and tradition of Rajasthan. The much-talked about event is a rare combination of cultural vibrancy, stunning handicrafts and delicious food, set.


CAMEL FESTIVAL

Bikaner Camel Festival is an annual festival dedicated to the ship of the desert. Organised by Rajasthan Tourism in the month of January, the celebrations include camel races, camel milking, fur cutting design, best breed competition, camel.


KITE FESTIVAL

The Kite Festival is a bright celebration unique to Rajasthan. This festival is a wonderful spectacle as kites take to the sky all across the state. While one can enjoy colourful kites in a variety of shapes and sizes, the celebration looks.


JAIPUR LITERATURE FEST

Expanding the horizons of literature, the Jaipur Literature Festival taking place at the Diggi Palace, Jaipur from 19th to 23rd January, 2017 invites some of the finest writers rather, the crème de la crème of the literary landscape under.


NAGAUR FAIR

The eight day long Nagaur Fair is the second biggest fair in India. Held every year between the months of January and February, it is popularly known as the Cattle Fair of Nagaur as this is where owners gather to trade animals.


DESERT FESTIVAL

Once a year, the empty sands around Jaisalmer come alive with a mesmerising performance on the sand dunes in the form of the Desert Festival. The festival, organised by the Department of Tourism around January-February, goes on for three.


BANESHWAR FAIR

Baneshwar Fair is a popular tribal festival held in the Baneshwar Temple of Dungarpur. This festival, held on the full moon day of February or Magh Shukla Purnima, attracts a large number of tourists. On this pious occasion, Bhils travel.


UDAIPUR WORLD MUSIC FESTIVAL

The City of Lakes sings a different tune come February. Udaipur plays host to the second edition of the Udaipur World Music Festival. Organized by SEHER, this festival brings together global artists and ensembles from over 20 countries.


BRAJ HOLI

The Braj festival in Rajasthan is held every year for two days in the Shukla Paksha of the Phalgun month, a few days prior to Holi. This festival is dedicated to Lord Krishna who is believed to have spent a considerable amount of time in a.


DHULANDI FESTIVAL

Dhulandi Festival (Festival of Colours) is celebrated all over India a day after Holika Dahan and marks the beginning of spring. On this day, young and old alike play with colours and water, and the celebrations can last for the better part.


GANGAUR FAIR

The Gangaur Festival is celebrated in the months of March and April every year. Gan indicates Lord Shiva and Gauri is the divine consort of the Lord. Hence, the festival of Gangaur celebrates the divine bliss of Goddess Parvati – the other.


MEWAR FESTIVAL

To experience the colour and joy that fills the people of Rajasthan, visiting Udaipur during the Mewar festival is a highly recommended experience. The festival is observed to welcome the arrival of spring. The spirit of the festival can be.