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Jaisalmer symbolizes deserts of Rajasthan. It is a city where big and vast sand dunes are located and create a perfect location for conducting the biggest regional fair, Jaisalmer desert festival. The festival goes long for almost three days which completely based on local elements and heritage.

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Jaisalmer Desert festival is held in February month every year


Desert festival of Jaisalmer has gained an international recognition due to its vivid ranges of activities which is mostly like a cultural showcase of state Rajasthan. Various activities like cultural events, camel races, turban tying competitions etc. adds an extra glitters to the show. The mega event is organised by the Rajasthan Tourism which managed with the collaboration of local administration.

The main purpose of desert festival in Jaisalmer is to attract foreign tourists, who always wanted to explore as many facets of Rajasthan as they could in the possible hold of time. The festival showcase Rajasthani folk songs and dance by some of the best professionals of the art.

JAISALMER, INDIA – FEBRUARY 5: Indian Border Security Force officers prepare for a demonstration during the Desert Festival of Jaisalmer on February 5, 2004 in Rajasthan, India. This annual celebration of the Rajasthan heritage makes the desert come alive with music and games, where the rich and colorful folk culture of Rajasthan is on display. (Photo by Ami Vitale/Getty Images)



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