March 30, 2017
No Picture
Indian Fairs

Chandrabhaga Mela

Magha Saptami which is also called Chandrabhaga Mela is a very popular fair in the month of February. It is also Called the Magha Saptami festival and is being observed on the 7th day of the new moon of Magha month. This is a day specially set aside for the worship of the Surya Devta at Konark. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Goa Carnival

Goa Carnival is a weeklong festival held in mid February. Carnival typically involves a public celebration or parade combining some elements like circus, mask and public street party. People often do different dress ups or masquerade during the celebrations, which marks an overturning of daily life. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Gangaur Fair

The Gangaur Mela or Festival is a colourful and most important local festival of Rajasthan state and is observed throughout the state with great fervour and devotion by womenfolk who worship Gauri, the consort of Lord Shiva ji during July-August month. It is also the celebration of monsoon. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Tarnetar Fair

The Tarnetar Fair is one of the most important fairs of Gujarat State. Various type of tribes like the Kolis, the Rabaris, the Charans and the Kathis, the Bharwards, the Khants, the Khanbis celebrate the famous legendary marriage of Draupadi with Arjuna, retracing its origin to the times of the Mahabharata. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Surajkund Crafts Fair

The Surajkund Crafts Mela is organized annually Every Year.the Haryana Tourism Department is organized in the of February month . This Fair is handloom and handicrafts fair is planned every year. And also promote the traditional Indian Handicrafts.The fair was first time organized in 1981.and since then the fair continues.ad give the strong platform for Indian artists and crafts men to display their Varity of the art work and crafts. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Vautha Fair

This Vautha fair is held during Kartika Purnima (the full moon night of the month of Kartik) according to the Hindu Calendar, it lasts for five days. The magnificent Vautha Fair is held every year at Vautha place, where the two rivers, the Sabarmati and the Vatrak river meet. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Nauchandi Fair

The Nauchandi Mela or Fair is held on the second Sunday after Holi every year in Meerut in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The city hums with events as people from far or near come to participate in the Fair. The management of the Nauchandi Fair was in the hands of the landlords, but now it is organised locally ( by the municipal corporation ). It has many stalls, and plays a host to more than 50,000 people every day. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Kolayat Fair

The Kolayat Fair in Kolayat and in Bikaner is called the Kapil Muni Mela and is the largest fair of Bikaner (Rajasthan). It is Celebrated on Kartik Purnima at Kolayat, this fair is observed on the banks of the Kolayat Lake. Devotees who come here for the festivities, bathe in the lake on the day of the festival. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Gangasagar Fair

Gangasagar Mela or Fair is the second largest congregation of mankind after the Kumbha Mela. The latter is observed once in four years at alternate locations in north, central and central-west parts of the country, Gangasagar Mela and pilgrimage is held annually on the Sagar Island, it is located at the southern tip in the Ganga Delta atop the Bay of Bengal which makes Gangasagar all more distinctive. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Poush Mela

Poush Mela or Poush Fair is the festival of Bengal, that takes place in Shantiniketan, it is also the Annual Fair of the Bengalies. It is celebrated in the Birbhum District of the Indian state of West Bengal, marking the harvest season. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Urs Ajmer Sharif

The Urs Ajmer Sharif festival is an annual festival at Ajmer, Rajasthan. This festival is commemorates the death anniversary of the Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti (founder of the Chishtiya Sufi). It is held over six days, and features night-long qawwali singing.This Urs is celebrated as an anniversary in the seventh month of the Islamic lunar calendar. [… More info …]

No Picture
Indian Fairs

Nagaur Fair

Nagaur Fair or Nagaur mela is celebrated by the people of Nagaur, a city in the state of Rajasthan in India. The Nagaur city lies about midway between Jodhpur and Bikaner. It is also known as the village Khatwan. [… More info …]

1 2