Nagaur Fair


TYPE Cultural
DURATION 13/02/2018 – 16/02/2018
LOCATION Nagaur


The largest state of India, Rajasthan has sprawling palaces, formidable forts, fascinating wildlife and golden sandy desert that form the hallmark of this beautiful Indian state. Rajasthan is not only famous for its majestic forts and tales of love and courage but it is equally famous for the fairs and festivals. The fairs and festivals of Rajasthan are in unique and have a specific significance and influence not only on the native community and system but also on the tourist visiting this beautiful tourism destination. Nagaur Festival – Nagaur attract tourist and natives because of its veracity and cattle fair. This festival is celebrated with a lot of zeal and gusto among the people and a lot of tourists flock to this place to witness the overall fan fair during the festival period.


The most important thing to be noticed during the festivals of Rajasthan is the local people in their traditional multihued attire, particularly the women and turbans of men. Nagaur Festival of Rajasthan every year succeeds in beckoning a large number of tourists who come and be a part of these festivals. The most notable things to watch in this festival is two lakh ten thousand animals including horses, cows, bullocks, oxen and camels are gathered at the cattle fair for the purpose of trade. Nagaur Festival, Nagaur is held in the captivating Rajput town of Nagaur and this festival is also known as cattle fair. This fair is placed as being the second largest fair in India.


There is a lot of excitement as the people take pleasure in the tug-of-war, camel and bullock races, cockfights that are organized in this festival. Late in the evening the people can also take pleasure in the festive atmosphere as there is folk music and dance performances that are also organized in the evening by the people.


Nagaur Festival of Rajasthan is celebrated for the total duration of 4 days by the Department of Animal Husbandry in association with the department of tourism.