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Title: 10 Amazing Festivals That Show the Colours of Rajasthan!


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10 Amazing Festivals That Show The Colours Of
Rajasthan!
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INTRODUCTION
  • Rajasthan is also called the "Land of Kings".
    This historic state of India attracts tourists
    and holidaymakers with its rich culture,
    tradition, heritage and monuments. It has some
    wildlife sanctuaries and national parks.
    Rajasthan is undoubtedly famous for its colorful
    festivals which reflect the tradition and race of
    the state.

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1. Pushkar Camel Festival
  • In Rajasthan Tour Packages you can visit
    Rajasthan's Famous Camel Festival, one of the
    largest camel festivals in the world. In addition
    to buying and selling cattle, it has become a
    major tourist destination. The festival's
    competitive draws include 'Matka Phod', 'Longest
    Mustache' and 'Bridal Competition' which attracts
    thousands of tourists.

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2. Teej
  • The Teej Festival is an important festival for
    married women and the upcoming monsoon. It is
    dedicated to the sacred union of Lord Shiva and
    Goddess Parvati and the flourishing of nature
    during the Mong Moon. According to Hindu texts,
    Parvati is the incarnation of Sati, the first
    wife of Lord Shiva.

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3. Kolayat Fair
  • The city is famous for its annual festivals.
    According to sources, Sankhya Yoga lawyer Kapil
    Muni was affected by the peacefulness of Kolayat.
    Kolayat is basically a dargah. There are many
    temples near the lake and the most famous temple
    is dedicated to the sage Kapil Muni.

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4. Rajasthan International Folk Festival
  • First launched in 2007, the Rajasthan
    International Folk Festival (RIFF) is a five-day
    long festival celebrated to illuminate the
    cultural lifestyle in India and beyond.First
    launched in 2007, the Rajasthan International
    Folk Festival (RIFF) is a five-day long festival
    celebrated to illuminate the cultural lifestyle
    in India and beyond.

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5. Kumbhalgarh Festival
  • The program is set against the backdrop of Fort
    Kumbhalgarh and features some of the best
    classical and folk dances from all over India. In
    Rajasthan Tour packages you can visit the
    Kumbhalgarh festival.

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6. Braj Holi
  • Braj Holi, a popular festival in Rajasthan, is
    celebrated a few days before the main Holi
    festival. Although the festival is dedicated to
    the Hindu god Krishna, it mimics the eternal love
    of Radha and Krishna.

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7. Mewar Festival
  • Fruits are celebrated with great enthusiasm in
    Udaipur, Rajasthan to welcome the arrival of
    spring season. Udaipur's Mewar Festival is a huge
    festival in Rajasthan and is known all over India
    for its tolerance.

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8. Desert Festival
  • The Jaisalmer Desert Festival is a way to
    celebrate or participate in the glorious heritage
    of Rajasthan. Suitable moments for the guests
    coming to the festival are celebrated with their
    loved ones.

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9. Baneshwar Festival
  • Baneshwar Fair is a tribal festival held in
    Dungarpur, a small district in Rajasthan. The
    festival of Baneshwar is of great religious
    significance to the Bhils, a tribal community in
    Rajasthan and neighboring states. The tribe
    gathers in large numbers, which makes the
    festival no less than a Kumbh Mela of the tribes.

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10. Kota Adventure Festival
  • Adventure Festival is one of the most exciting
    festivals in Rajasthan. This quota takes place in
    October each year. The main purpose of this
    festival is to promote tourism in the state.
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