Gujarat is a colorful city in India with its vast number of festivities and fairs. The fairs and festivals in Gujarat have lured tourists from the world over. A total of about 2000 festivals are celebrated every year in Gujarat. Some of the prominent Gujarat fairs and festivals are listed below:
Every year on January 14, Kite festival is celebrated. This is a kite flying day in Gujarat when the sky is dotted with innumerable colorful kites of different shapes.
One of the most celebrated Gujarat fairs, Kutch Utsav falls in the month of February. During this time, a tour of Gujaratís oldest and richest cultural heritage is organized with cultural entertainment.
The five-day festival of Bhavnath is held during the time of Mahashivratri celebrations in Gujarat.
This is festival of colors and one of the most widely celebrated festivals in Gujarat, India.
One of the biggest fairs and festivals of Gujarat, the Gokulashtami or Janamashtami festival is a special and joyous occasion and is celebrated with great pomp in Dwarka and Dakor.
This is a grand fair held in Bhadra Sud Atham of Hindu Calendar. More than 30,000 people participate in Ravechi Fair and it happens to be one of the most prominent fairs and festivals in Gujarat.
One of the most important Gujarat festivals, this is a nine-day grand festival devoted to Goddess Durga preceding the festival of Dussehra.
This is the festival of lights celebrated across the state of Gujarat with much fervor.
This is the biggest state fair held in Sangam Tirth, which is the confluence of seven rivers in Gujarat.
One of the most remarkable fairs and festivals in Gujarat, this fair stretches for three long weeks and is held at Shamlaji in Sabarkantha, North Gujarat.
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