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  • Rann Utsav 2014-2105Rann Utsav 2014-2105
    Kutch Nahi Dekha to Kuch Nahi Dekha

    A riot of colour sprinkled on the white salt desert. A quirky profusion of design, as far as the eye can see. A fascinating blend of culture; peeping from the folds of a semi-arid landscape. The deafening quiet of the night, pierced only by the haunting notes of a Surando.

    The mesmeric, twirling of silver-bangled women, outfitted in layers of hand-embroidered appliqu lehengas (long skirts). Or turbaned, moustachioed men in loin clothes and short skirts, heads bent and swaying as they play their goatskin drums with religious fervour..

    1N/2D Package Price: Rs.8,900 per person onwards
    2N/3D Package Price: Rs.16000 per persononwards

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  • SurajKund Mela Tour - February
    Surajkund is the annual fair that showcases the finest handlooms, handicrafts, authentic fragrances & flavours of rich Indian cuisines. As winter turns briefly into spring, a caravan of more than 400 National and State awardee craftpersons from every corner of India wind their way to Surajkund. The craftpersons from SAARC Nations are also participating in the Surajkund Crafts Mela. At Surajkund Mela, the artisans' delicate hands create the most beautiful pieces which have fascinated many through ages !

  • Taj Mahotsav Tour - 18 - 27 February
    A ten day event, the Taj Mahotsav at Agra is a culturally vibrant platform that brings together the finest Indian Crafts and cultural nuances. Starting on 18th February each year in Shilpgram, the Taj Mahotsav is a much awaited event. It is a festive introduction to India and Uttar Pradesh. India's extensive arts, crafts and culture are on display. Folk music, shayari (poetry) and classical dance performances as well as elephant and camel rides, games and a food festival, all form a part of the festivities.

  • Pushkar Fair Tour from Delhi - November - December
    This fair is held at Pushkar town, 11 km from Ajmer in Rajasthan for twelve days annually. This cultural and trade cum religious fair is an attractive and lively spectacle with Rajasthani men and women in their colourful traditional attire, saffron-robed and ash smeared Sadhus (holy men) and thousands of bulls, cows, sheep, goats, horses and camels in richly decorated saddles. Perhaps the largest cattle fair in the world, it attracts more than one lakh people, from all over Rajasthan as well as tourists from different parts of India and abroad.

    Trading of cattle, camel races and dazzling displays of bangles, brassware, clothes, camel saddles and halters make the fair colourful. Necklaces of glass beads from Naguar, pottery, printed textiles from Jodhpur and Ajmer are all on sale here. Farmers, cattle traders and breeders buy and sell their animals, leather whips, saddles etc.

    Apart from the religious rituals and trading, people participate in a number of cultural and sporting events. The sweeping expanse of the desert becomes dotted with thousands of camels, stalls and camping families. The Rajasthan tourism Development Corporation has taken adequate measures to facilitate convenient access of the fair site and to accommodate the fairgoers.

  • Pinjore Heritage Festival - October
    The Pinjore Heritage Festival is held every year at Pinjore Haryana. The Fair is an opportunity developed by the government to showcase and highlight the town of Pinjore with its rich heritage, gardens and potential of great tourism. Pinjore is an ancient town developed in Vedic times and is extremely famous for its exotic gardens and tourist attraction.

  • Jaisalmer Desert Festival - January - February
    A herd of camels, locals dressed in colourful fancy dresses, camel races and polo matches, turban tying competitions, men with long moustache, acrobats, puppeteers, and jugglers comes to ones mind as he hears of Jaisalmer Desert Festival.

    This exuberant Festival of Jaisalmer is held in January end or February every year in the sand dunes of Sam, 42 K.M. away from Jaisalmer. The celebration continues for three days. These three days of festival glorifies the rich culture of the region.

    The festival culminates on 'Purnima' (full moon day). The Rajasthan tourism organizes the Jaisalmer Desert fair/festival. Tourist help cell are setup to solve the problems faced by foreign tourists. The local administration monitors the arrangements and Medical vans equipped with all the essential medical facilities, are kept on call in case of emergency.

    The major attraction of Jaisalmer Desert Festival is to showcase the culture of the region and thus glorifying of the desert land. The annual desert festival is held on the backdrop of the Jaisalmer fort.

  • Ram Barat, Agra - October or September
    Rambarat is one of the important festivals of Uttar Pradesh, the festival is mainly celebrated in the city Agra. The festival celebrates the marriage of Lord Rama. Festivities are marked by marriage procession of Sri Ram during Ramlila celebrations in the city.

    Every year a new place of the town is chosen as Janakpuri, the bride’s place, which is ornately decorated for the royal wedding to welcome the procession.

    The procession includes different tableaux or jhankis of local people dressed as Lord Rama and Laxman, mounted on beautifully decorated elephants. The grand procession starts from Lala Channomalji Ki Baradari for the Janakpuri venue and passes through different parts of the town.

    The Festival of Royal wedding procession called Rambarat is celebrated every year in the month of October or September during the celebration of popular Ramlila.