Famous Colourful Fairs and Festivals of Rajasthan 2020

Rajasthan is all about royalty, culture, color, camel and celebration. Rajasthan is also famous for mesmerising lakes, dessert,  historical places & forts. A Rajasthan festival includes interesting rituals,ethnicity, tradition festivals and celebrations.

Here are the top festivals and fairs of Rajasthan that you ought to be a part of it.

1. Teej Festival, Rajasthan

Teej Festival, Rajasthan

Teej Festival, Rajasthan

Date – 23rd July to 24th July 2020

This festival is celebrated throughout the state. However, this festival is commercialized in Jaipur. You can find many celebrations that involve the women of native. You can find interesting rituals in the temples.

Street procession of the goddess with thousands of devotees dancing around with chariot bands, music, antique palanquins and much more is the iconic element of this festival. Jaipur is the famous destination of Rajasthan which is famous for Diwali Celebration in India.

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2. Rajasthan International Folk Festival

Rajasthan International Folk Festival

Rajasthan International Folk Festival

Date – 10th October to 14th October 2020

RIFF is Celebrated in Jodhpur, this festival is a celebration that focuses on traditional dance, music and art. The festival is celebrated in Mehrangarh fort. More than 200 artists of different genre visit this venue to exhibit their talents. You can find many fairs, exhibition and shows of different styles during this festival.

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3. Pushkar Camel Fair, Pushkar

Pushkar Camel Fair, Pushkar

Pushkar Camel Fair, Pushkar

Date: 22th to 30th November 2020

Based on the banks of Pushkar Lake, this camel fair attracts tourists and merchants alike. Pushkar Camel Fair takes place for five days and it is five days of just camels. You can enjoy interesting events like camel race, camel beauty contest, puppet shows, camel trading, music and dance performances.

In the morning the ground turns to be a trading center and by the evening people join together to celebrate with music and dance. This is the right place to buy camel souvenirs like camel leather articles, camel hair accessories and others. You can enjoy many local delicacies during this fair.

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4. Desert Festival, Rajasthan

Desert Festival, Rajasthan

Desert Festival, Rajasthan

Celebrated in the Sam sand dunes of Jaisalmer, this festival focuses entirely on the desert. People drive to the desert in 4WD or camels to enjoy interesting events like camel races, belly dance, turban tying festival, moustache competition, gymnastic stunts and so on.

The festival takes place for three days and people prefer night camping in the desert & camel desert safari to enjoy the evening activities. You can find many stalls find with unique handicrafts and souvenirs.

Date: 7th to 9th Feburary 2020

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5. Nagaur Fair, Rajasthan

Nagaur Fair, Rajasthan

Nagaur Fair, Rajasthan

This is another fair that focuses on camels, oxen, cows and other animals. This fair takes place in Nagaur and is famous for animal races, cock fighting and much more. As the evening approaches, the ground turns into an open-air theatre where people exhibit their talents in local dance and music forms.

Although not as famous as the Pushkar Camel Fair, it is a delight to watch and enjoy.

Date: 30th January  to 2nd Feburary 2020

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6. Summer and Winter Festival, Rajasthan

Summer and Winter Festival, Rajasthan

Summer and Winter Festival, Rajasthan

Date: 6th to 7th May 2020

These are two different festivals, which take place in Summer (May) and Winter (December) in Mount Abu. These festivals focus on the local dance and music forms. You can enjoy fireworks at the night. Many people prefer camping near hot spots to enjoy many interesting activities in the night. The festival takes place for three days.

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7. Kite Festival, Rajasthan

Kite Festival, Rajasthan

Kite Festival, Rajasthan

Date: 14th January 2020

This is the iconic festival of Jodhpur, which takes place during January as a part of harvest festival. This three-day festival is all about flying and floating. You can enjoy kite competitions, helicopters releasing kites, balloon releasing and much more. This three-day festival is filled with fairs, exhibitions, stalls and much more. It is a very colorful festival to watch.

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8. Mewar Festival, Rajasthan

Mewar Festival, Rajasthan

Mewar Festival, Rajasthan

This is an ancient festival of Mewar region (now today’s celebrated in Udaipur). This festival marks the welcome of spring. The town will be colorfully lit with bright lights and decorations. You can find traditional processions, cultural events, exhibitions, stalls and much more. Each region celebrates this festival in a different manner and if you love to enjoy the culture of the land, this is the best festival to enjoy. Many stalls will be set up for selling souvenirs and handicrafts during this festival.

Date: 27th to 29th March 2020

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9. Brij Holi, Rajasthan

Brij Holi, Rajasthan

Brij Holi, Rajasthan

This is one of the grandest festivals of Rajasthan. It is celebrated in the Brij region of Bharatpur as a pre-festival of Holi, the festival of colors. You can find interesting rituals in the temples and people sing and dance during this festival. You can find fancy dress competition, unique religious dance forms and much more. The people enjoy by throwing color powders at each other. This is a colorful religious celebration of Rajasthan.

Date: 4th March 2020

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10. Kota Adventure Festival, Rajasthan

Kota Adventure Festival, Rajasthan

Kota Adventure Festival, Rajasthan

Celebrated in the month of October in Kota, this festival attracts all adventure lovers. You can find numerous adventure activities like rafting, rock climbing, parasailing, trekking, angling, excursion, climbing and much more. Name an adventure activity and you will find it in this festival. This festival is completely about adventure and adrenaline pumping. If you are looking for a pulsating festival, this is the right festival to engage and enjoy.

Apart from these, you can enjoy Elephant festival of Jaipur, Jhalawar’s Chandrabhaga fair, Urs festival of Ajmer, World Sufi spirit festival of Jodhpur and much more here. Rajasthan is all about celebration and no matter when you visit, there will always be festival round the corner.

Frequently Asked Questions about Rajasthan

Q. Which is the mos popular festival of Rajasthan?

A. Teej is one of the most famous and popular festivals of Rajasthan.

Q. What are the most famous tourist attractions to visit in Rajasthan?

A. Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner, Ranthambore National Park, Jaisalmer and few more.

Q. What are the adventurous activities to do in Rajasthan?

A. Adventurous Activities to do in Rajasthan in Zip Lining, Hot-Air Ballooning, Desert Camping, Trekking, Dune Bashing, Camel Safari, Music Of Kalbeliya Tribe, and Horse Safari In Pushkar.

Q. What is the best time to visit Rajasthan?

A. November to February are the best time to visit Rajasthan.

Q. What to buy in Rajasthan?

A. Things to buy in Rajasthan are Jewelry and Gemstones, Paintings, Carpets , Puppets, Stuffed Dolls, and Toys, Jodhpuri Juttis and Pottery.

Q. Which are the best places for Shopping in Rajasthan?

A. Johari Bazaar in Jaipur, Clock Tower Market in Jodhpur, Hathi Bol Bazaar in Udaipur, Sadar Bazaar in Jaisalmer. Apart from these there are few more places for shopping in Rajasthan.

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