Top 7 Famous Festivals of Rajasthan You Should Be Aware About

Rajasthan is one among those places that has even today successfully boasting its rich heritage, culture and the last but the least scenic splendorous. The same is believed to be in the sparkling lakes, the deserts, the vibrant markets and the last but not the least the mesmerizing palaces and forts of Rajasthan. The same is also believed to be when it comes to the colorful and the traditional festivals of Rajasthan. Some reflect ethnicity, some heritage and some purely cultural events.

The festivals of Rajasthan are generally traditional and religious, whereas others are purely cultural fairs. So before you actually go ahead and begin planning a holiday in Rajasthan we will here bring you a quick list of the colorful fairs and festivals of Rajasthan.

1. Brij Holi

Braj Holi in Rajasthan

This is something that is celebrated a few days before the holi festival.  This special Holi festival is generally celebrated in the name of lord Krishna, dance, music, and splashing of colors. This festival also turns out to be the most famous fairs and festivals of Rajasthan. The local people as well as the travelers come forward and take a dip in the Ghats of Ban Ganga River offering prayers to the Radha Krishna temple out there. Make your trip memorable on boarded Palace on Wheels world luxurious train during Holi.

2. Ranakpur festival

The Ranakpur festival that is held in Pali offers the individuals with an exclusive view of the local heritage and culture of Rajasthan. During this festival some of the attractions that you get to see here tug of war, wonderful decorations, the cultural programe, Amazing folk and classical performances being held in the open air amphitheater sun temple Bali.

3. Pushkar Camel Festival

Pushkar Camel Fair

The Pushkar camel festival is generally believed to be one of the most traditional festivals in Rajasthan. During this festival there are thousands of camels being gathered for the trading purposes. This one carnival is celebrated in the name of music, dance, magic shows, snake chambers, and the last but not the least carousel rides.

4. International Kite Festival

International Kite Festival

This is generally believed to be one of the most vibrant and a popular festival of Rajasthan. This festival is generally celebrated during the time of Makar Sankranti every year. The locals a well as all the tourists come forward and fly kites of various shapes and colors relishing the local delicacies and sweets being made available each and everywhere.

5. Teej


Teej is generally believed to be one of the most popular festivals of Rajasthan, and is celebrated with absolute grandeur, traditional songs, dance, fair and the last and the last but not the least worship of goddess Teej. There is also a grand procession being held in which the golden palanquin of the goddess Teej is taken across the city with decorated horses, elephants and camels.

6. Jaipur Literature Festival

This is generally believed to be one of the biggest shows on the earth. This showcases the books of amateurs as well as from the most reputed authors. Starting from the Nobel Laureates & Man Booker Prize Winners to the budding writers, each and every writer out there just visited this place for the literature festival. Being one of the famous and lovely festival of Rajasthan, it does offer a lovely scope for all the Spector’s belonging to the different parts of the world gaining enough knowledge and sharing ideas from the contemporary legendary stalwarts.

7. The Kolayat Fair

Kolayat Festival

The Kolayat Fair is also known to be the Kapil Muni Fair being held in Bikaner possessing a huge religious significance. It is also believed that having a holy dip in this river can clear all the sins, and apart from this the Grandeur and the display of these fairs is one of the fairs that has been mesmerizing the tourists from across the world.

So what other festivals would you like to add to the article above. Have you been a part of this beautiful celebration being held in Rajasthan? If yes how has your experience turned out to be? If no then plan your Rajasthan tour and enjoy the colorful fairs & festivals of Rajasthan which gives you mesmerizing view and explore the culture & tradition of Rajasthan.  Leave your comments below and we would be happy to add them to the post above.

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