Pushkar Camel Fair: the Biggest Camel Festival

By TheHosteller | Oct 25, 2019
Asia > India > Rajasthan > Pushkar

Everyone knows that India is home to the craziest fairs that haven’t found their match yet. It’s all about Indian culture that makes us unanimously excited to celebrate every simple thing. This includes enormous enthusiasm connected to faith and belief.

If you look towards Indian history, you will find that Indians have been celebrating every simple way of living. Whether be it familiar creatures, surrounding nature or any life event them makes them life more alive. Such is a fair famous around the world, called “Pushkar camel fair” or “Pushkar mela”. Pushkar camel fair is one of the oldest and most popular Indian fairs that hasn’t lost its vintage charm even now.

It is an annually celebrated fair that take place in the holy town Pushkar, bordering the desert in Rajasthan. What makes Pushkar mela completely different than other fairs is how vividly it is celebrated. Pushkar camel fair is one of its kind festival. It places camels and other cattle at the core of celebration.

It also pulls out a peculiar way of celebrating simplicity related to their existence. What follows it is a grand meeting of culture with art that creates a different world within the world.

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