Famous Cultural Events of Rajasthan

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Dessert, traditional outfits and spicy food at feasts; Rajasthan has a rich heritage from centuries. Located in the west of India it is famous for its lively festivals. You will be surprised to know that in this world of technology, the beauty of festivals is still alive in the hearts of local people here. Whenever you will visit this place, your journey will start with a “kamma ghanni” to welcome you to their world. Come let’s explore the essence of traditional beats and authentic colors together.

Teej Festival

It is most famous festival of this state. You get to hear folk songs and dance beats on the occasion of Teej at Jaipur, pinkcity. All the married ladies apply henna on their hands and pray to Goddess Parvati for their husbands. Men wear a turban that proves that culture is still a part of this place. Teej is celebrated in the month of july and august.

Teej-Festival

Mewar Festival

It is celebrated in Udaipur which is known as the city of lakes. Spring season is the time when the mewar festival celebrated in the city. We would suggest you to not miss this festival that includes exaggerating lightning and more. Ghevar is special dish in sweets and rangolis are a part of decoration on this occasion.

Mewar-Festival

Jaipur Literature Festival

We often find a collection of books in libraries or exhibitions. But this is something special that involves the work of reputed writers from around the world. This 3 day festival helps you to gain knowledge of different subjects and it is chance for you to share wonderful and creative ideas.

Jaipur-Literature-Festival

Udaipur World Music Festival

We all have that music lover within us. Whether we are in party mood or work, we play music! Here, we bring for you the world famous Udaipur music festival that welcomes artists from around the world.

Udaipur-World-Music-Festival

Bundi Festival

Belief of people in holy aspects makes all the festivals auspicious in Rajasthan. One of the amazing events is the Bundi Festival. You will get to wear attractive traditional costumes with mesmerizing jewellery. Also, you can enjoy turban competitions, dance programs and cultural exhibition here.

Bundi-Festival

Sitla Mata Carnival

The Goddess is known to provide healing to the devotees from mental or physical health issues. Individuals prepare the food one day before this festival and eats it after praying to Sheetla Mata. People of Rajasthan believes that while praying to the Goddess Sheetla, they can stay protected from diseases like chicken pox. This is celebrated in a village (seel ki doongri) near chaksu where you will find different fair items like utensils, clothing, decorative items and more. This is a temporary fair that also include folk music and dance performances for the entertainment purpose.

Sitla-Mata

Gangaur Festival

Both married and unmarried women enjoy this festival. It is celebrated in the honor of Goddess Parvati. Ladies pray for the protection of their life partner. Folk dance is one part of celebration and colourful processions with women singing songs is another.

Gangaur-Festival

Mahashivratri

On this day, most people observe fast and praises to the Lord Shiva. People offer bel leaves and flowers to the Lord. Shiva is the savior for the world as he drunk the poison, thus, people celebrate this day with great joy.

Mahashivratri

Jaisalmer Desert Festival

Known as The Golden City where artists from different states of India showcase their talent. You will find puppeteers, dancers, acrobats as well as singers. It is celebrated in the Magh month (February).

Jaisalmer-Desert-Festival

Pushkar Camel Fair

Trade fete of horses, cattle and camel is featured during this fair. It is celebrated on Kartik Purnima that is attended by almost 2 lakh people. If you are thinking that you have missed it then don’t worry, this festival runs a week for all its tourists!

Pushkar-Camel-Fair

Adventure Festival at Kota

Dussehra is celebrated as the victory of Lord Rama over lanka naresh “Raavan”. Local people here celebrate this day by conducting a series of adventures such as trekking, angling, rock climbing and rural excursions. In between these adventures you can enjoy the beauty of Chambal River.

Each festival of Rajasthan shows religious values of local people here. Their faith is everything towards their diety. Each festival is celebrated with ultimate joy and fun. People forget all their worries and enjoy all festivals with enthusiasm.

Adventure-Festival-at-Kota

Each festival of Rajasthan shows religious values of local people here. Their faith is everything towards their diety. Each festival is celebrated with ultimate joy and fun. People forget all their worries and enjoy all festivals with enthusiasm.

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