Exciting Fairs and Festivals of State of Rajasthan
By Piyush Gupta / atulyarajasthan.com

Colors and Rajasthan are one they cannot be separated.  Uncontrolled enjoyment is the part of Fairs and Festivals of Rajasthan. Here you will find the colors of all religion dissolving together to become one, which also shows that the Fairs and festivals unites people. Every season in Rajasthan brings a Fair or a Festival with it. Although whole year is enjoyable in Rajasthan but the best time is  December-January. At this time festivities are at its peak.

The surrounding here echoes with the sound of the people celebrating the festivities with all the enthusiasm and the brotherhood. All the fairs of Rajasthan comes with something unique as Pushkar Camel fair brings Camels and other cattle from all over the Rajasthan and also people can buy some  beautiful handicrafts and also enjoy Folk dance and music performances by local artists.

During the Festivals here in Rajasthan people dress in traditional Rajasthani dressing. The males wears Turbans on their head which is big and colorful along with flashy apparels and slim footwear called Jooti which attracts lots of attention from locals and as well as other tourist coming here. Whereas women wear traditional Lehenga Chaulis with matching shining ornaments stitched with small round mirrors. Also they wear full length bangles on their arms. Really long earrings along with nose rings called Natini, these are main ornaments wore by Rajasthani Women.

There are various types of Rajasthan tour packages around that can take you to all the famous places of Rajasthan during these festivities Rajasthan tour operators provide different kinds of discounts also to attract more tourist.

IF your Rajasthan tour packages allows you to travel to Jaisalmer around this time then you must take part in Jaisalmer Desert Festival, it is one of the kind and it showcase the rich culture of rajasthan with cultural and folk performances by local artist and accompanied with amazing fireworks. Camping in night on cold sand of desert takes you to another world and your excitement to another level. You can also do a shopping of handmade items made my local people here. There are also several other competitions like turban tying, Mr and Ms. Desert pageant along with Kite Festival and Camel race also. The popular Rajasthan tours and travels offers various kinds of packages to visit famous places rajasthan.

Summary:The royal Rajasthan tour offers royal stays in camps at the Desert, which has all the amenities like Bathroom, Royal Beds etc. The fairs and festivals provide the charming experiences you will cherish for life.To know more about speciall offer on rajasthan tour just through the online portal.http://www.atulyarajasthan.com

 

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