quaint town of Nagaur, one of the most picturesque of Rajput townships
stirs to life during the Nagaur Fair. This cattle fair is the second
largest in Rajasthan and is held every year during the Hindu month of
Magh (Jan-Feb). The Fair is renowned for the trading of cows, bullocks,
oxen, camels and horses which takes place here. Their owners are seen
wearing colorful turbans and flaunting long mustaches.
items, ironcraft and leather accessories are available in abundance
during the fair. Various games are organized during this four day
festival. Tug-of-War, camel races ,cock & bull fights provide
entertainment to the tourists and locals after a hectic day of trading.
As the last rays of setting sun bid aide to the day, a joyous atmosphere
is created by the folk musicians whose voices echo far & wide across
the tranquil desert sands.
Various games are organized during
this four-day festival. Tug-of-war, camel races, cock fights etc.
provide entertainment to the tourists and visitors. As the sun goes
down, a joyous atmosphere is created by the folk music and dance, whose
voices echo far and wide across the peaceful desert sand.
main attraction is the Mirchi Bazaar ( the red chilly market) and wooden
items, iron crafts and leather accessories as well as local handicrafts,
cloth and jewellary are available for sale during the fair. Various
games organised during this four-day festival like tug-of-war, camel
races, horse races, cock fights, bull- fights etc. provide entertainment
to the tourists and visitors. In the evening, there are performances by
folk musicians and dancers.