• Date
    September 23, 2015
    Chitra Vichitra Fair is a hit event among the tribal of Gujarat. Tribal women gather at the river to mourn their dear departed ones. Countless tribal dressed in beautiful traditional costumes attends the fair. Men wear blue shirt, dhoti and red or saffron turban and the women wearing ghagharas (skirts) are covered from head to toe with exquisite silver jewelry. . .
  • Date
    September 23, 2015
    Shamlaji Melo is a great spectacle of fun and frolic in which tribal of Gujarat participate with total zeal and enthusiasm. The fair is also known as Kartik Purnima Fair and attracts countless tribal not only from Gujarat but also from the adjoining state of Rajasthan. The fair stretched for about two weeks and provides a great opportunity to the experience the summits of zeal and enthusiasm. . .
  • Date
    September 23, 2015
    Popularly known as Tarnetar Fair, it is one of Gujarat's most colorful fairs in which tribal from the adjoining districts participate and experience the summits of fun and frolic. Various colorful events including dancing, singing and rural sports are held in the fair in which tribes like Koli, Bharwad, Rabari, Khant, Kanbi, Kathi, and Charan participate and display their skills. . .
  • Date
    September 23, 2015
    The Vautha Mela site is 3 square miles in area. The site, also known as Saptasangam, is at the confluence of seven rivers. During the fair the whole site comes alive with the beats of traditional musical instruments, tribes dressed in colorful attires and breathtaking performances by the jugglers.
  • Date
    September 23, 2015
    The nine-day cultural extravaganza wraps the entire Gujarat during the first nine days of Ashwina. The festival is dedicated to goddess Amba, Godess of Shakti or forces which supports the entire universe. During Navratri, a pot with attractive designs is ceremoniously placed a light is placed inside. The Devi Mahatmya and other texts invoking the Goddess who vanquished demons are cited. . .
  • Date
    September 23, 2015
    The annual Dangs Darbar Fair is held every year in the cool and pleasant climate of Ahwa. It is known as Darbar because during the time of British, Darbar of Rajas and Naiks of neighboring districts used to gather here. Today, it is reputed as one of the biggest fairs held in Gujarat and is also known as Janambadi Darbar. . .
  • Date
    September 23, 2015
    Started in the year 1989, International Kite Festival attracts the connoisseurs of kite from all corners of the world. Today, the entire sky of Ahmedabad is covered with a plethora of designer kites and the whole atmosphere reverberates with the shouts of over-energetic people. Excited spectators watch shapes like snake and eagles soar into the sky and musicians and singers cheer the winners of the competitions. . .
  • Date
    September 23, 2015
    Organized by the Tourism Corporation of Gujarat Limited, the Kutch Fair is a hit event among the tourists from across the world. The itinerary covers a guided tour to mall the important destination in Kutch including beaches, temples, ancient monuments and excavation sites. The cultural events that are held in various destinations make it an exciting and fascinating experience for the visitors. . .