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Pushkar Mela 2020: A Gorgeous Mix of Colors and Culture

26-11-2019
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Pushkar Mela 2020: A Gorgeous Mix of Colors and Culture

India is the only country that boasts mix culture and traditions across the globe. One could find a variety of cultural activities and festivals celebrated in the country. This is one of the major attractions, which is why many travelers prefer Festival tour packages. Some of the popular festivals include Hemis, Diwali, Holi, and a lot more. But Pushkar Mela has won the heart of many! Pushkar Mela tour package is the most selling package during November month every year.


Pushkar Mela is held annually in the States of Rajasthan, which is famous for selling and purchasing of cattle, especially camels. This fair is held on a grand scale and is also counted as the most significant tribal gatherings. It is organized in November, from Karthik Ekadashi to Karthik Purnima as per the Hindu calendar. Being huge cattle fair, many travelers find it intriguing because, besides it, you will also find many other antiques.


This fair enables travelers to enhance their localness with people and understand the colorful culture and traditions of Rajasthan. As per records, approx. 400,000 tourists visit this place during this festival season. You may also enjoy various activities and competitions such as Matka Tod, Bridal game, and the longest mustache. This festival lasts for days, and around 11000 people actively participate in the contests and activities held in the fair.

 

Pushkar Mela 2020: A Gorgeous Mix of Colors and Culture

What can you expect from Pushkar in the year 2020?

Pushkar Cattle Fair (November 22-27)

During these dates, cattle trading will be accomplished, and the various contest will be organized.

 

Pushkar Cultural Fair (November 28-29)

These two are entirely dedicated to the cultural activities of Rajasthan that allow you to witness the culture of this place. You can participate in the activities and win new awards. Travelers can also enjoy folk dance, music and performances, and so much more.

 

Pushkar Festival (November 30)

The last day of the festival is considered as the holy day where take dips into the Pushkar lake to seek peace for their souls. Besides, a lot of other religious activities also take place.

Bottom line

Rajasthan is undoubtedly one of the colorful states of India that offer amazing traditions that people may fall in love with this place. Pushkar Mela is one of the symbolizes that this state will continue to showcase its talent and artistic talent every year, alluring the attention of travelers.

 

 

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