10 Best Fairs & Fests of India that should not be missed by Globetrouper

India is very popular for its variety of fairs and fests that are either celebrated for transforms of seasons or are religious. Below is the list of the top 10 best Fairs and Fests of India that should not be missed. From their quick wittedness to the holy dip, they surely deserve your time!

1. Pushkar Fair: Pushkar fair is held in Pushkar, one of the oldest Rajasthan cities in the month of November and is one of the largest camel fairs in the world. Huge number of visitors is attracted towards Pushkar fair from all around the world. One can enjoy unique experiences such as longest mustache, matka phod and Hot air balloon.

2. Desert Fest: Desert fest is a colorful festival held in Jaisalmer every year. You can enjoy camel races, cultural events, competition of turban tying and many more in this fest. Surrounded by the golden sands of Thar Desert, the Desert fest has everything interesting.

3. Baneshwar Fair: Baneshwar fair is one of the most famous ethnic fair held in February month in Dungarpur district, Rajasthan. Lord Shiva is worshipped with traditional and simple rituals in this religious fair. Number of exciting things in the fair attracts a number of tourists.

4. Rann of Kutch Utsav: Kutch fest is arranged every year as a part of kutch tourism by Gujarat tourism. Gujarat tourism set up whole tent city at the rim of white Rann of kutch and thousands of tourists from all around the world approach kutch to witness the Rann of kutch utsav and enjoy Rifle shooting, Archery, Para monitoring, Trikke etc. in the fair.

5. Kumbh Mela: Kumbh Mela is celebrated at 4 sacred places Haridwar, Prayag, Nashik and Ujjain every 12 years and is a very big fair. This grand event held on the banks of holy river Kshipra, Ganga, Godavari and Yamuna by rotation. For holy bath, Hindu pilgrims assemble at the sacred river Ganga.

6. Sonepur Mela: The Sonepur Cattle Fais is celebrated in Bihar on full moon day on the convergence of river Gandak and Ganges in the month of November. One of the main attractions of the fair is Haathi Bazaar where for the purpose of sale, the elephants are aligned. Along with elephants, all breeds of donkeys, buffaloes, birds and ponies are also presented for sale. People from all round Asia are attracted towards this largest animal fair of India.

7. Hemis Gompa Fair: For the Buddhist society in India, Hemis Gompa fest is one of the most fortunate events and is a religious fair. At the popular Hemis Gompa, the largest Buddhist monastery situated in Ladakh, this grand fair is celebrated in the month of January or February.

8. Kolayat Fair: Kolayat Fair is celebrated in the Bikaner district of Rajasthan in the month of September/October and is one more biggest cattle fair. A scared dip is taken by thousands of disciples and numerous lit oil lanterns are put in the calm waters of Kolayat Lake and this is one of the key attractions of the fair.

9. Chandrabhaga Mela: Chandrabhaga Mela is a majestic fair celebrated at Khandagiri close to Bhubaneswar Orissa. This fair is celebrated for 7 seven days during which holy bathe is taken in the sacred water of river Chandrabhaga by thousands of disciple.

10. Ambubasi Fair: Ambubasi Fair is one of the main religious festivals and fairs famous across India. Every year, this three day long fest is organized during monsoon at Guwahati, Assam in Kamakhya temple.

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