The Colorful Marwar Festival of Jodhpur

The Marwar festival of the city of Jodhpur is known to be the second largest festival in India. It is also the most popular festivals in the country. This exemplary and unique festival is celebrated to honor the brave deeds of the heroes of Rajasthan who lived and fought during the medieval era. The Marwar festival is celebrated during the months of September and October. The celebration is in the Hindu month of Aswin in the time of Sharad Purnima.

Marwar Festival

Marwar Festival

 The beautiful Marwar festival is celebrated for two days in the city of Jodhpur. The entire festival is devoted to traditional dances and songs of the region. The Marwar festival is also known as the Maand festival. The festival is brought to life by different folk artists who portray the lives of brave heroes of the country.

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Super Excited Environment in Kite Festival Celebration at Jaipur

Celebration of kite festivals is fixed on 14th of January, every year at Jaipur. There is lot of excitement among persons engaged in kite flying, forgetting every thing for the moment.

There are such a large numbers of kites flying in the sky covering up almost 75% of sky in the crowded areas of the city, where the children and young are collected on the roof wearing fancy clothes and playing their favorite music songs. Sense of competition prevails and every one considers himself a hero in the sport of kite flying. Some of the kites are having printed photographs of favorite film stars, politicians etc.


Kite Festival Jaipur Rajasthan

Kite Festival Jaipur Rajasthan

The shop keepers engaged in selling kites do a roaring business and stock great variety of kites of different colors, sizes and shapes. The shop keepers sell special thread, which is coated with fine glass particles and it has ability to cut the opponent’s kite thread while it is allowed to move over the thread of another kite. The cut kite falls down and there are boys on the street ready to plunder the cut kite.

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Shekhawati Festival – Celebration Focusing on Fascinating Rural Tourism

Celebration of Shekhawati festival takes place on 10th and 11th of February every year. It is organized by State Department of Tourism in cooperation with district administrations of Sikar, Jhunjhunu and Churu.

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With the objective of giving more coverage to Shekhawati festival it is celebrated at more number of local places like Nawalgarh, Sikar, Jhunjhunu and Churu. The program is comprised of 1 day touring in the region using camel rides and jeep safaris organizing farm visits. There are rural games in which every one can participate. The festival arranges cultural programs, haveli competitions and ends with fabulous fireworks bringing the region awakening scene to the outside guests.

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