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  Rajasthan India tourism highlights the kaleidoscope images of the princily state which conjures up - from the imposing forts and delicate palaces in Jaipur and Jodhpur, the lake cities of Udaipur and Pushkar, the painted towns of Shekhawati, the sand dunes of Jaisalmer to the national parks of Ranthambore, Bharatpur and Sariska - dazzle tourists from the world over.
Fair and Festival in Rajasthan
Rajasthan has an unending cycle of fairs and festivals throughout the year. They are perhaps the most colourful and spectacular in the whole of India. Rajasthani festivals give an insight to the colourful life style of the Rajasthani people and are mesmerizing with their folk dances, music, drama and animal races. Some of the main Fairs and festivals are Teej, Gangaur and the Pushkar Fair, Desert festival, Elephant Festival and the Camel festival which are now known worldwide.


Camel Festival The festival begins with a colourful procession of bedecked camels against the red sandstone backdrop of the Junagarh fort. IT is display amazing footwork,dancing gracefully to the
directions of their trainers. jingling anklets and , cast a spell on the audience.
Marwar Festival Held in October in Jodhpur, this annual two-day event attempts to showcase the art and culture of the Jodhpur region. It is devoted mainly to singing and dancing. Other attractions are camel tatoo show and polo. The venues are the impressive Umaid Bhavan Palace, Mandore and the Mehrangarh fort.
  Teej Festival Held during the monsoons, July Teej is also dedicated to Lord Shiva and Parvati and this time it is married women who pray for a happy and long married life.. It is the festival of swings which are decorated with flowers and hung from trees..
Mewar Festival This 18-day festival is celebrated to welcome the advent of spring and coincides with the festival of Gangaur in Udaipur. It is significant for the women of the state as it is time for them to dress in their best. The women gather to dress the images of Issar and Gangaur and then carry them in a ceremonial procession through different parts of the city. . Cu1tura events are held at the end of the festivities and they include songs, dances and a display of fireworks.
  Puskar Fair The Pushkar fair is held in November in Pushkar in Ajmer, where an eighth century temple of Brabma, draws the faithful.These are today known as the Jyeshtha Pushkar, Madhyam Pushkar& Kanishtha Pushkar. Pilgrims bathe at the ghats and pray at the temple.
Chand-rabhaga Fair
This three-day fair is held at Jhalrapatan near Jhalawar either in November or December next to the banks of the Chandrabhaga river which is considered holy by the people living in this part of the state. On the full moon night of Kartik Purnima, thousands of pilgrims take a dip in the rivet There is also a big cattle fair in which cows, horses, buffaloes, camels and bullocks are brought for sale.
  Dusshera Fair Dusshera is celebrated all over the country in different ways as also in Rajasthan It celebrates the triumph of good over evil the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana. The tale of Rama and Sita and the battle fought between Lord Rama and Ravana are enacted on stage and it is called Ramlila.
  Kaila Devi Fair The fair is held in March or April in Kaila village in Karauli district and it holds an important place among the celebrated fairs of the state. Kaila Devi has been regarded as the guardian deity throughout the ages by the Khinchis, the Yadavas and the princes of Karauli.
  Koylat Fair The 55-km long journey by road from Agra drives you to the town of Bharatpur the eastern gateway to Rajasthan. Bharatpur is popular for its bird sanctuary near the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, which is the finest in Asia with a rich avian variety. Every year, the rare Siberian cranes come to spend the winter in the warmer climate of Bharatpur.
Rajasthan comes alive with exuberant folk dances, melodious music and spectacular festivities. Typically, men still wear twirling moustaches and women adorn themselves in multihued The group of dialects spoken in Rajasthan is called Rajasthani.

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