Experience the True Essence of Rajasthani Colors of Festivals

In a land of cultural and geographical diversities one can experience wide varieties of cultures, fairs and festivals. India is the epitome of such experiences, where after every hundred kilometers you are embraced by a new cultural identity, beliefs and heritage.

All the fairs and festivals are part of this intrinsic cultural fabric of our society as well as a continuation of our heritage.  This is the spirit of our culture that bring you some of the most vibrant & fascinating place of India to celebrate the fairs and festivals feature with the display of the state’s legacy, colorful artifacts, traditional Rajasthani attires, folk dance and various interesting competitions.

Dessert Festival, Jaisalmer

The Desert Festival is an annual event organized by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation each February at the beautiful golden desert city of Jaisalmer in the state of Rajasthan, India.

Jaisalmer Festival is all about camel races, polo matches, puppeteers, jugglers, several competitions like men with long mustache, turban tying, locals dressed in colorful traditional dresses, etc.

The Three-Day event make the desert come alive with color, enthusiasm and happiness.

Pushkar Fair, Rajasthan

The Pushkar Mela is the perfect opportunity for travelers to discover the nomadic lifestyle of Rajasthan but Pushkar Fair is one of the most famous festivals in Rajasthan celebrated every year in the starting of winter season.

It is the perfect opportunity for travelers to discover the nomadic lifestyle of Rajasthan. The five-day camel and livestock fair held in the town of Pushkar, on the banks of the Pushkar Lake in Rajasthan.

Pushkar fair attracts crowds of tourists making it a true cultural wealth of art, music, dance, puppet shows, races, and competitions.

Teej Festival, Jaipur

Teej Festival is also known as ‘the festival of swings’ as it reflects the rich culture and tradition of India where women’s perform rituals to pray for a healthy life for their husband. The local markets of Jaipur are filled and well decorated to the brim with attractive clothes, jewellery and sweets.

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