Teej Festivals

This festival is celebrated for 02 days. Teej refers to all the monsoon festivals observed particularly in the western and northern states of India. Women pray to the goddess seeking the wellness of their husband.

Kajli Teej

The Kajli Teej festival is unique to the city of Bundi celebrated for 02 days. Handicrafts such as traditional kataar, paintings, bangles, rural handicrafts and fancy eatables attract many people from Rajasthan.

Abhneri Festival

Abhaneri festival is celebrated for 02 days in the Abhaneri village. Where various Rajasthani & local folk performances like Kachhi Ghori, Kalbeliya, Ghoomar, and Bhawai.

Rajasthan Kabir Yatra

The Rajasthan Kabir Yatra is a travelling music festival celebrated for 07 days, A journey over Rajasthan, creating a space where musicians, artists, scholars, students and seekers can immerse themselves.


Dussehra is a Hindu festival celebrated for 18 days all over the country. The Tenth Day of the fierce battle fought when Lord Rama killed King Ravana. Cultural programmes are organised and celebrated in this festival.

Marwar Festivals

Marwar Festival is the most popular festival in Jodhpur. The 02 day festival is held every year in memory of the heroes of Rajasthan. It was originally known as the Maand Festival. The main attraction is the folk music.

Pushkar Fair

The Pushkar Fair (Pushkar Camel Fair) or Pushkar Mela, is an annual weeklong almost 09 days camel and livestock fair held in the town of Pushkar. Competitions like Matka Phod, Longest Moustache etc organised.

Kolayat Fair

The Kolayat Fair of Bikaner holds great importance for the locals who eagerly await it celebrated for 03 days. The pomp and show of the fair is not its only attraction as it also possesses great religious significance.

Chandrabhaga Fair

It is held at Jhalrapatan, situated at a distance of about six kilometres from Jhalawar and celebrated for 03 days. A huge cattle fair is also organised here, cows, horses, buffaloes, camels etc are purchased.

Bundi Festival

The Bundi Festival is celebrated for 03 days. and includes several spiritual and traditional activities. It is a remarkable cluster of traditional art, culture and craftsmanship.

Matsya festival

The Matsya festival of Alwar celebrated for 02 days is the foremost of all fairs and festivals of Rajasthan. Which is celebrated to glorify the prosperity, traditional values and colourful customs of the region.

Kumbhalgarh Festival

Kumbhalgarh Festival is divided into two parts- day and night. Celebrated for 02 days, Filled with folk performances, impressive explosions of lights, sound, colours and Dance etc.

Ranakpur Festival

One of the most popular festivals of Rajasthan. Celebrated for 02 days. Offers a unique insight into the local culture and heritage filled with fun and intresting activities, attractive folk and classical performances etc.

Winter Festival

The annual Winter Festival held at Mount Abu in December for 02 days. the rich culture and tradition of Rajasthan. The much-talked about event is a rare combination of cultural vibrancy, stunning handicrafts and food etc.

Camel Festival

Bikaner Camel Festival is an annual festival celebrated for 02 days, dedicated to the ship of the desert. The celebrations include camel races, camel milking, fur cutting design, best breed competition and many more.

Kite Festival

The Kite Festival celebrated for 01 whole day on 14th January, is a bright celebration unique to Rajasthan. A wonderful spectacle as kites take to the sky all across the state. People enjoy colourful kites in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Jaipur Literature Festival

Jaipur Literature Festival invites some of the finest writers under one roof.  Celebrated for 05 days in January. This festival celebrates writers from all across the world.

Nagaur Fair

This is the second biggest fair in India. Held every year between the months of January and February for 04 days, Also known as the Cattle Fair of Nagaur as this is where owners gather to trade animals.

Baneshwar Fair

It is a popular tribal festival held in the Baneshwar Temple of Dungarpur. This festival, held on the full moon day of February for 05 days. This festival showcases dance forms and music from the region.

Desert Festival

The festival is organised around January-February for 03 days. The empty sands around Jaisalmer come alive with a mesmerising performance on the sand dunes in the form of the Desert Festival.

Udaipur World Music Festival.

Udaipur plays host to the fourth edition of the Udaipur World Music Festival.  Celebrated for 03 days in february. This festival brings together global artists and ensembles from over 20 countries.

Braj Festival

The Braj festival in Rajasthan is held every year for 02 days, a few days prior to Holi. This festival is dedicated to Lord Krishna who is believed to have spent a considerable amount of time in a region.

Dhulandi Festival

This festival is celebrated for 01 whole day all over India a day after Holika Dahan and marks the beginning of spring. Young and old alike play with colours and water, and the celebrations can last for the day.

Gangaur Festival

It is one of the most important festivals in Rajasthan. Celebrated for 02 days. “Gan” is a synonym for Lord Shiva & “Gauri” or “Gaur” stands for Goddess Parvati.

Mewar Festival

Experience the colour and joy that fills the people of Rajasthan, visiting Udaipur during the Mewar festival celebrated for 03 days. Which is a highly recommended experience.

Rajasthan Festival

Bright, multihued and the ‘Land of Kings’ – Rajasthan, celebrates its foundation day in March for 04 days in a radiant and invigorating event. Reliving its heritage and stories.

Summer Festival

Mount Abu provides more than respite as it comes alive with its unique 02 days summer festival in May. Soulful ballad singing kicks off the summer festival in style and is followed by mesmerizing folk dance styles of Gair.