Known throughout the world for its undying hospitality, hundreds of years of culture and traditions, and a plethora of fairs and festivals, Rajasthan attracts thousands of people from all walks of life to its heroic land, each year. The very essence of India can be found in Rajasthan in the form of colors and cuisine; royalty and heritage; celebrations and feasts; and fairs and festivals. The eclectic celebration of festivals throughout the year provide glimpses of rich cultural heritage and transform this desert’s monochrome into merriness. These famous festivals of Rajasthan never fail to amuse its visitors.
Listed are the most remarkable events of Rajasthan’s countless fairs. Lose yourself in sheer merriment being a part of these fairs and festivals when this desert livens up.
|S.No.||Fairs & Festival||Place||Vikram Samwat|
|1.||Camel Festival||Bikaner||Paush S (13-14)||12th – 13th Jan.|
|2.||Nagaur Fair, Ramdeoji Cattle Fair||Nagaur||Magh S (7-10)||12th – 15th Feb.|
|3.||Desert Festival||Jaisalmer||Magh S (13-15)||17th – 129th Feb.|
|4.||Baneshwar Fair||Beneshwar (Dungarpur)||Magh S(11-15)||12th – 15th Feb.|
|5.||Gangaur Festival||Jaipur & Udaipur||Chaitra S (3-4)||8th – 9th April|
|6.||Mahaveerji Fair||Mahaveerji||Chaitra K (9-15)||29th Mar – 5th April|
|7.||Teej Festival||Jaipur||Sharvan S (3-4)||3th – 4th Aug.|
|8.||Marwar Festival||Jodhpur||Aswin S (14-15)||12th – 13th Oct.|
|9.||Pushkar Fair||Pushkar (Ajmer)||Kartik S (7-15)||4th – 12th Nov.|
Two Major Indian Festivals
|Festival Of Colors||Holi||21st March|
|Festival Of Lights||Diwali||27th October|