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01 Feb
1 February @ 12:00 am - 15 February @ 12:00 am , , , Free
Introduction: State Jharkhand of India, is known for its various cultural fairs especially as a cattle trade centre. These fairs are mostly organised by state government to promote and enhance the possibilities of local talents. The Kunda Mela is the biggest cattle fair of the state which is held every year in the district of
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01 Feb
1 February @ 12:00 am - 15 February @ 12:00 am , , , Free
Introduction: Surajkund Mela displays the best shows completely based on the rich culture and tradition of the country India. The fair is continues for a fortnight and become a amalgamation of thousands of visitors from in and around the country. the major attractions of the fair is teh different artifacts, handlooms and handicrafts specimen and
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08 Feb
8 February @ 12:00 am - 11 February @ 12:00 am , , , Free
Introduction: The Beneshwar is basically a Shiva Temple which is located in a small delta formed by river Som and Mahi near the Nawa Tapra village. The location is in the Udaipur to Dungarpur route and holds the tribal fair from shukla ekadashi to shukla purnima date in the month of Magh. Time to Celebrate:
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09 Feb
9 February @ 12:00 am - 12 February @ 12:00 am , , , Free
Introduction: Shekhawati festival is the prominent trademark for representing the culture and tradition of Shekhawati region of Rajasthan.The festival is collectively celebrated in region of Shekhawati ie:Nawalgarh, Sikar, Jhunjhunu and Churu.It showcases the glimpses of regional diversity with various cultural programs,activities,rural games,competitions and tours of the region. Time to celebrate: Shekhawati Festival is held on
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