Rajasthan Travel Tour,India
Rajasthan Travel Tour,India
Rajasthan Travel Tour,India
Rajasthan Travel Tour,India
Rajasthan Travel Tour,India

Fair & Festivals

Rajasthan, a barren desert land, becomes resplendent with the colors of joyous celebration of its fairs and festivals. There is a fair for almost every religious occasion, every harvest and every change of season. All these invariably reflect the genius of the art & craft of Rajasthan.

In fact celebrations in Rajasthan takes place almost all round the year giving the tourists a splendid opportunity to get an insight into the life of people of Rajasthan. Other than the traditional ones recently established fairs & festivals of Rajasthan are elephant races and camel races. These are specially organized for the tourists. These make Rajasthan as one of the most colorful and attractive touring destination in the world.

Camel Festival

Every Year in the Month of January Department of tourism, Art and Culture organised The Camel Festival, a lively and colourful event, in Bikaner Rajasthan....More about Camel Festival....

Desert Festival

Desert Festival is held in the months of January-February, the Desert Festival exudes a delightful spirit. For three days, the otherwise barren land of Jaisalmer....More about Desert Festival....

Elephant Festival

The Elephant Festival of jaipur gets underway in the month of Phalgun (March) on the eve of Holi, the festival of colors. The Elephant Festival of Jaipur....More about Elephant Festival....

Ganesh Chaturthi

The Birth Day of Lord Ganesha is celebrated all over the country as Ganesh Chaturthi. In Sawai Madhopur, the festival is rather special. The temple dedicated to....More about Ganesh Chaturthi....

Gangaur Festival

Gangaur Festivals holds a special significance for the Rajasthanis and is observed throughout the state with great fervour and devotion by womenfolk who worship....More about Gangaur Festival....

Jambheswar Fair

In the Month of February - March Jambheswar Fair is held in the Village Mukam of Tehsil Nokha, Bikaner district twice a year on Phalgun Bundi Amavasya....More about Jambheswar Fair....

Kapil Muni Fair

The largest fair of Bikaner district Kapil Muni Fair is held on Kartik purnima at Kolayat. Originally Kapilayatan, named after the sage Kapil who is believed....More about Kapil Muni Fair....

Karni Mata Fair

Twice in a year at Deshnok, a small town near Nokha in Bikaner district Karni Mata fair is held. The first fair and the larger is held in March-April during the Navratras....More about Karni Mata Fair....

Marwar Festival

Marwar Festival is held every year in memory of the heroes of Rajasthan. The festival is held in the month of Ashwin (September-October) in Jodhpur....More about Marwar Festival....

Mewar Festival

To welcome the arrival of spring this festival is celebrated in the romantic city of Udaipur with the fusion of folk songs, dances, processions, devotional music and firework.....More about Mewar Festival....

Nagaur Fair

Nagaur Fair is held every year during the month of january and feburary at the quaint town of Nagaur one of the most picturesque of Rajput townships....More about Nagaur Fair....

Pushkar Fair

One of the most popular and colorful fairs of the Thar desert is the Pushkar fair, which begins on Kartik Shukla Ekadashi & goes on for five days till Kartik Purnima....More about Pushkar Fair....

Sheetla Mata Fair

In the month of March-April (Chaitra) Sheetla Mata Fair is held in village Seel-Ki-Doongri (Jaipur). Doongri is a hillock on top of which the shrine....More about Sheetla Mata Fair....

Shekhawati Festival

Shekhawati means "the Garden of Shekha" named after Rao Shekhaji of Amarsar (1433-88). It is not a single village or town but a large area in north-eastern Rajasthan which lies between Bikaner.....More about Shekhawati Festival....

Shri Mahavirji Fair

Shri Mahavirji Fair is held from Chaitra Shukla Ekadasi to Baisakh Krishna Dwitiya (March-April) to commemorate the memory of Shri Mahavir Swami, the 24th....More about Shri Mahavirji Fair....

Summer Festival

The Summer festival is held every year during the month of May on Budh Poornima. The festival celebrates the warmth and cheerfulness of the people of hill station, who welcome the tourist from the depth of their hearts. ....More about Summer Festival....


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