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Introduction:

Sair festival of state Himachal Pradesh is famous all over the country for its  celebrations and unique blend of the cultural mix.The main venue is in the capital city Shimla who hosts thousands of visitors every year to enjoy the multiple activities and different celebration styles.

Time to celebrate:

Sair festival is held mostly in the month of September every year

Description:

The most important attraction of the Sair festival is the Buffalo fight which drags the attention of most of the visitors.Cultural programes like folk singing, dancing, art shows are also performed by famous artists.During the festival a big business market is also observed where different stalls holds the unique items buying and selling.Common household items like utensils,designed pottery, garments and accessories are the common attractions that drags the attention of maximum local visitors.People who comes in colorful costumes enjoy the Festival of Sair Himachal Pradesh to the fullest extent as it provides the meeting ground for people, offers entertainment and relaxation.

Details

Start:
15 September @ 5:00 am
End:
30 September @ 5:00 am
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Sair Festival
Shimla , Himachal Pradesh India + Google Map

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