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Camel Festival - Bikaner, Rajasthan

This annual festival organised by Rajasthan Tourism is dedicated to the Ship of the Desert. Bikaner is home to one of the largest camel breeding farms in the state. The festival is similar to other cattle fairs that are held around the country with only difference that this fair is only about camels. Competitions such as best decorated camel, best fur cutting, milking the camels, camel races, camel acrobatics, best breed and also a beauty pageant of camels are held. There are lot of attractions for tourists during the fair - shopping, photography, fun joy rides and delectable Rajasthani cuisine are only a few to mention.

When : 11th January 2020 to 12th January 2020

Where : Bikaner, Rajasthan

How to reach : Flights from Delhi to Bikaner and well connected Railway network from major cities in the country.

 

Kite Festival - Jaipur, Rajasthan

Come January and you can see kites flying in the Jaipur sky. The much awaited Kite Festival is celebrated with Makar Sankranti every year from time immemorial. The whole city of Jaipur comes to a halt for this winter festival. Snacks are prepared and supplies for Kite Flying are bought, loud speakers are moved to the roof tops and a marathon kite flying session begins with the first rays of the sun on the day of the festival. The whole city comes alive and joins in for this fun festival. The city skyline is dotted with colourful kites during the day and sky lanterns post sunset. Rajasthan Tourism organises a kite flying event in the old city on the day where one can see lots of colourful kites in many shapes and sizes.

When : 14th January 2020

Where : Jaipur, Rajasthan

How to reach : Fly to Jaipur, take a train or drive down as the capital city is very well connected by air and road.

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Jaipur Literature Festival - Jaipur, Rajasthan

All you book worms out there, this is truly your calling. The city celebrates the written word during these four days of annual literature festival. Not just the written but the spoken word too, as there are many talks on varied topics with celebrated authors and writers are held during the festival dates. One can spot many national and international intellectuals intermingling with each other not just at the venue but also around various cafes and restaurants in the city. Do check out their calendar and make the effort to attend at least one talk show, book launch or a casual tete-a-tete with your favourite speaker / author or a subject close to your heart. Believe us, it is so worth it!

When : 23rd January 2020 to 27th January 2020

Where : Diggi Palace, Jaipur, Rajasthan

How to reach : Fly to Jaipur, take a train or drive down as the capital city is very well connected by air and road.

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Udaipur Bird Festival - Udaipur, Rajasthan

Birds have evolved numerous adaptations for flight, including wings, powerful muscles, hollow bones, and, most distinctively, feathers. Some species, such as ostriches, penguins and kakapos, have lost the power of flight. All birds reproduce by laying eggs. Of the world’s 10,000 known bird species, 12 percent are threatened with extinction. Keeping the above philosophy as the central theme around the festival, the 4th edition of this festival brings many competitions and activities that are all aimed at generating awareness about various bird species.

When : 10th January 2020 to 12th January 2020

Where : Udaipur, Rajasthan

How to reach : Very well connected through direct flights, trains and road.

 

Chittorgarh Festival - Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

The Fort that has many fables, folklores, stories and indeed historical facts associated to it is all set to host the Chittorgarh Festival this January. The festival is aimed at promoting the culture and tradition of this important part of Mewar. Many activities and cultural shows would be organised as part of the festival. A detailed calendar can be seen on the Tourism Department’s website.

When : 3rd January 2020 to 05th January 20200

Where : Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

How to reach : Closest airports are at Udaipur and Jaipur. Easy access by road from Udaipur, Jaipur, Ajmer and Kota.

 

Nagaur Fair - Nagaur, Rajasthan

The land of the ship of the desert celebrates the bond with cattle and camels in many forms. Many a fairs and festivals are dedicated to trading of animals. Nagaur festival is another such very important festival. Celebrated just a month after the much acclaimed and popular Bikaner’s camel festival, this fair too is equally important among the peasant and farmer community of the land. Organised around the central activity of cattle trading, the fair has many other attractions for the visitors. A typical village fair, has all the elements of a carnival with joyrides and fun competitions like turban tying, camel decoration, longest moustache, horse dance, puppet show, food bonanza, yoga camps, cultural shows and many others. Bullocks from the land of Nagaur are famous all over the country and they are the showstoppers.

When : 30th January 2020 to 02nd February 2020

Where : Nagaur, Rajasthan

How to reach : Closest airport is Jodhpur which is a 117 km drive away from Nagaur. Connected by rail network to many major cities in the country.

 

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