Pushkar Fair >> Famous Pushkar Fair is a great tourist attraction. Fair is predominantly a gathering. Villagers come from different parts of state.
Urs Festivals >> Urs which is celebrated on the 27th day of Moharram, First month of the Muslim calendar.
Desert Festivals >> Festival is organized by the tourist authorities as tourist entertainment around January-February.
Nagaur Fair >> Nagaur fair is also known as the Cattle Fair is a eight day long fair held every year during the month of Jan-Feb.
Summer Festival >> Summer Festival is held every year in the month of June. Hill station of the Rajasthan in a festive mood with Summer Festival.
Marwar Festival >> Festival is held in the month of Ashwin (Sept-Oct) in Jodhpur, for two days during the full moon of Sharad Poornima.
Camel Festivals >> Camel Festival is a lively and colorful event, organized by the Department of Tourism, Art & Culture, Rajasthan in Bikaner every year.
Gangaur Festival >> Devotion by womenfolk who worship Gauri, the consort of Lord Shiva during July-Aug.
Mewar Festival >> A colorful festival consists of women, carrying images of the goddess to the Gangaur Ghat of the Lake Pichola is major highlight.
Jaipur Elephant Festival >> The Elephant Festival is an inimitable event held annually in Jaipur. The elephants move with poise in pageant, run races, play the regal game of polo, and finally participate in the spring festival of Holi.
Kumbh Mela >> is the greatest of north-india-travel-travel-traveln fairs and has exerted a mesmeric influence over the mind and the imagination of the ordinary Indian since time immemorial. It is when millions of devout congregate on the banks of the holy river Ganges, braving the hazards of cold, disease, hunger and a myriad other privations, for a dip in the sacred waters that is believed to bring spiritual salvation and contentment.
Ladakh Festival >> is one of the world’s most exotic events. It is a fortnight long annual extravaganza organized in September by Jammu and Kashmir State Tourism that brings the Himalayas alive with the unique flavor of Ladakh’s 3,000 year old culture. Archery competitions, and performances of cultural songs and dances, which people perform in their traditional and elaborate costumes, are organised.
Goa Carnival >> is an event that should not be missed. It is an energetic, no holds barred spring festival that is celebrated with great enthusiasm and revelry throughout the state of Goa before Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent which is a 40 day period of penance and abstinence preceding Easter Sunday.