Marwar Festivals and Fair Tour in Rajasthan
Duration of Festival:
Month of Celebration:
September - October
Next Date of Event:
21 to 22 October 2010
Jodhpur is well connected to all the major cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Jaipur, Udaipur through air, rail and road
The lands of festival has a multitude of festivals that give people a reason to rejoice and a moment of enjoyment. The international are even succumbing to these festivals that exhibit the religious, cultural verve of Rajasthan. One such festival that ensures vitality and gusto is Marwar Festival celebrated in Jodhpur. The day of Sharad Purnima in the month of Ashwin of Hindu calendar heralds Marawar Festival which is also popular as Maand Festival.
The Festival is the best time to soak yourself in the rapture of folk music and dance. It is an exclusive fiesta of songs and dance that is prominently based on the themes of grand and lavish lifestyle of the former monarchs of Royal Rajasthan. The classical folk music of Rajasthan is called Maand, hence the festival is also called Maand Festival.
Attractions of Marwar Festival
The festival has many attractions, among which the main attention grabber is the melodious folk music and dance. It is just too perfect a time to witness the extravaganza of revelry. Come to the state during these celebrations and you get the true pulse of the state. The assemblage of performers offer a spectacle and an exuberant entertainment. The folk artists of Rajasthan gather and a marvelous enjoyment does follow. The songs of valor and love are the crux of these performances. This whole gala of frolic to immortalize the chivalrous heroes of Rajasthan.
The massive structures, the Mehrangarh fort and the Umaid Bhavan palace, are an ideal venue for such festival. For two days these edifices are decorated bride-like, illuminated with lightings, abuzz with activities and resonating in melodies. The main attractions of the festival are :
Camel tattoo show
Next time you Visit Rajasthan and are keen to experience the folk flavor, be a part of the festivities of Marwar Festivals and Fair Tour Rajasthan India.