Fairs and Festivals

Asharam (Fair) mela  

This mela (Fair) is Held in magashar month according Indian Hindu calendar, At asharam village of vijayanagar County. In local community this event is called as an asharam mela, Unity in diversity in the fair are the same times in the same program. All the local people of all ages and backgrounds forget the price difference is immersed in the fun. For acquainted and enjoy this religious Local people, local dishes and local things having just one source

Vireshvar (Fair) mela

This mela (Fair) is held in Chaitr month according to Indian hindu calendar. In Vireshvar  village of Vijayanagar County.

Shamlaji mela  

This mela (Fair) is held in Chaitr month according to Indian hindu calendar. At shamlaji.  Ambaji – Khedbrahma Jadar (Navratri) India country is beloved of festival, similarly Gujarat is also Celebrate so many Fairs and Festivals, All of them one biggest festival is navratri, The core of the festival of Navratri in

Gujarat is fair.

Navratri, meaning ‘nine nights’, is one of the most popular and widely celebrated Hindu festivals in many parts of India. Gujarat, however, is the only state that erupts into a nine-night dance festival, perhaps the longest in the world. Each night, all over  the state, villages and cities alike, people gather in open spaces to celebrate  feminine divinity, referred to as Shakti. Navratri is celebrated for nine nights, beginning on the first day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month Ashwin, roughly corresponding to dates in the Gregorian calendar in September/October. This also usually coincides with the end of the rainy season. Dasara/Vijayadashami, is the tenth day of Ashwin. Each night the village or  urban neighborhood gathers to perform a puja to one of the nine forms of Goddess.  The nine nights are also broken up into sections of three; the first is for Durga, the  goddess who destroyed an evil force represented by the demon Mahishasura, and  who destroys human impurities; the second is for Lakshmi, the goddess of  prosperity; the third is for Saraswati, the goddess of wisdom and art. It is a time to  celebrate fertility and the monsoon harvest, represented by a mound of fresh soil in  which grains are sown. Nvaratri is celebrat in the whole of the Gujarat but in ambaji  its special.

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