Rajasthan is a cheerful state that celebrates its vibrant culture through an array of fairs and festivals running all year round, adding numerous colors to the arid land of the state. These glaring fairs and festivals come with a chance for the travellers to delve into the art, culture, traditions that are very nicely interwoven with the state’s royal history. Rajasthan is a unique place that believes in celebrating life. And to savour the true flavours of this amazing land, visit during this festivity and become a part of it.
These varieties of fairs and festivals infuse life into the barren land of Rajasthan and fill the colors of joy all around. Out of all of such festivities, some of the major ones are Ashwa Poojan, Navratri, Guru Purnima, Mt. Abu: Summer and Winter Festival, Pushkar Fair, Gangaur Festival, Nagaur Festival, Kite Festival, Kumbhalgarh Festival, Teej, Marwar Festival, Summer Festival, Baneshwar Fair, Sheetla Mata Fair, Elephant Festival, Camel Festival, Desert Festival, Pushkar Fair and Urs Fair, that are celebrated in different parts of Rajasthan. Also, Hindus one of the biggest festival Dussehra and Diwali are also celebrated with much grandeur and the display of fireworks.
To add more fun to these celebrations there are various activities and competitions that are organised like turban tying competition, puppet shows, camel races, Mr. and Miss. Desert competition, folk music and dance performances, cock and bull fighting, camels and cattles trading. These occasions serve as an exceptional platform to showcase state’s traditional artifacts and handicrafts where the shopaholics and art lovers can gather a lot of fun.