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Rajasthan is one of the largest states of India which covers the lakes, desert, wildlife, and heritage attractions in its landscape. Royalty is a synonym of Rajasthan which is well-displayed in its nook and corner of the state. Along with the royalty, culture, architecture, and magnificent beauty are widely expressed in Rajasthan. The royal state owns the heart and soul of every travel enthusiast in the country. Interesting rituals, traditions, ethnicity, and charisma of festivals of Rajasthan is a must experience thing in the state. Enjoying a Rajasthan holiday without getting indulge in the rituals of the festival remains incomplete. Here are some of the most popular fairs and festivals that you ought to be a part of it in Rajasthan tour.

Rajasthan International Folk Festival, Jodhpur – The festival promotes the traditional dance, music, and art of Rajasthan at Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur. Over 200 artists are gathered in the venue to show their talent. Many shows, exhibitions, and fairs of different styles are organized during this festival. Date of celebration – 10th October to 14th October 2019

Pushkar Camel Fair, Pushkar sand dunes – Pushkar Camel fair is an annual fair that attracts tourists, pilgrims, and livestock traders towards the fair. The fair lasts of five days and held in the month of Kartik Purnima which usually lies in October or November. Pushkar fair organizes various


competitions, shows, music and dance performances, camel riding in the dunes and many other interesting activities. Date of celebration – 4th November to 12 November 2019

Nagaur Festival, Nagaur – Another livestock focused Nagaur festival is famous for its animal race, cockfighting, and many other activities. As the day ends, the ground turns into an open-air theatre where people and artists show their talents in various form especially folk dance and music. Date of celebration – 10th February to 13th February 2019

Jodhpur International Desert Kite Festival, Jodhpur – The festival takes place in Jodhpur during the month of January as a part of the Harvest festival. Kite Festival lasts for three days and it is all about flying of kites in the sky. Various kite competitions, balloon releasing, helicopter releasing kites, and much more. Date of celebration – 15th January 2019

Desert Festival, Jaisalmer – The main focus of Desert festival is on the charm of Desert and thus it is celebrated in the Sam Sand Dunes of Jaisalmer. People drive deep into the desert with camel safari to enjoy interesting events like camel races, competitions, belly dance, folk dance,


cultural music and so on. Many people plan their Jaisalmer Tour Package during the month of Desert festival to enjoy the festival to its full extent. Date of celebration – 17th February to 19th February 2019

Mewar Festival, Udaipur – An ancient festival of Mewar region is mainly celebrated in Udaipur and marks the start of spring season. Traditional processions, cultural events, exhibitions, stalls, and much more can be enjoyed at this festival. Every Mewar region of Rajasthan celebrates this festival in a different way. You can even buy handicraft and souvenirs from the stalls at the festival. Date of celebration – 6th April 2019 to 8th April 2019

Brij Holi, Bharatpur – One of the grandest festivals of Rajasthan, Holi is widely celebrated in throughout the country but the celebration of Brij Holi is different and amazing. You can enjoy interesting rituals in the temples and various singing and dancing forms. Various activities take place in the festival like fancy dress competition, unique religious dance forms, and many others. Date of celebration – 10th March to 23rd March 2019

Teej Festival, Jaipur – Teej is celebrated throughout the state however this festival is commercialized in Jaipur. There are many ways of celebration which mainly involves native women. Street procession of the goddess takes place with thousands of devotees dancing around the Chariot music, bands, and much more.


Date of celebration – 3rd August 2019 Apart from the above, the state organizes many other festivals which you can enjoy like World Sufi spirit festival of Jodhpur, Urs festival of Ajmer, Elephant festival of Jaipur. The state is all about celebrations, rituals, customs, cultures, traditions, and many other things which ensure a wonderful travel experience in Rajasthan.

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Experience the colorful fairs and festival of Rajasthan in Rajasthan holidays  

Rajasthan is one of the largest states of India which covers the lakes, desert, wildlife, and heritage attractions in its landscape. Royalty...

Experience the colorful fairs and festival of Rajasthan in Rajasthan holidays  

Rajasthan is one of the largest states of India which covers the lakes, desert, wildlife, and heritage attractions in its landscape. Royalty...

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