Incredible India! Hardly can we find such a country of chromatic diversity, cultural blend and an amalgamation of religions .One who visits India experiences a unique camaraderie affability. If India is a melodious symphony, there can be no nihilism in the fact that Rajasthan is the most exotic tune in the composition.
Fairs have always been a diacritic asset of Rajasthan. The way this state flaunts is heritage with utmost humility, few really can. Pushkar fair glistens as the king of all fairs in Rajasthan as well as India. Celebrated over a span of five days commencing on Kartik Ekadashi and spliced up by Kartik Poornima, the full moon day (the 15th) of Kartik (October- November) in Hindu calendar. The fair is organized in the vicinity of the Pushkar Lake in Ajmer district of Rajasthan, from where the fair derives its name. The exhibition of the sundry, yet distinguished culture in the Pushkar fair embellishes it as one of the most famous tourist attractions. Weird yet eye catching highlights of this fair are the “Matka Phod”, “Longest moustache” and “Bridal competition”, which aloof Pushkar fair from other fairs, even if they have a trifle of semblance.
The festival is flagged off with a camel race and music, songs etc. plods in its ornate span of five days. Rajasthan proudly radiates its profuse culture with the world`s largest camel fairs in Pushkar.
A trip to Rajasthan is never complete without witnessing the recitals of Pushkar fair. For those who do, the experience is worth a remembrance. For those who haven`t, the trip is not over yet.