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Fairs and Festivals of Uttarakhand

The religious, social and cultural urges of the people of Uttaranchal find an expression in various fairs, which are in turn closely linked to the economic activities of the region. Various folk songs and dances have been kept alive because of these fairs. In older times, when means of transport were not so good these fairs was an opportunity for friends and relatives to meet regularly.

Despite of all the changes in our society, the tradition of fairs has been kept up by the people. The fairs of Jauljibi, Thal and Bageshwar have been closely linked with the trading activities of the people of this region, while the fairs at Dwarahat, Syalde and Devidhura are important from the religious and cultural point of view.

Maha Kumbh festival held after every 12 years in the city of Haridwar on the coast of the sacred river the Ganges attracts devotees all over the world.

The fairs and folk festivals of Uttaranchal are very colorful and distinctive and are the blend of various natural, social and cultural factors. The people of Uttaranchal also celebrate all the major Indian festivals. Basant Panchami, Bhitauli, Harela, Phooldei, Batsavitri, Ganga Dusshera, Dikar Puja, Olgi or Ghee Sankranti, Khatarua, Ghuian Ekadashi and Ghughutia are some of the major festivals of Uttaranchal.

The daily lives of Uttaranchali women are crowded with a never-ending succession of festivals, most of them involving fasts and the preparation of special foods.

Bagwal – Devidhura Fair

Bagwal Fair is celebrated at Maa Varahi Devi Temple in Devidhura located at a distance of 45 km from Lohaghat in the Champawat district of Uttarakhand. Devidhura also marks the trijunction of Almora, ...

Bagwali Pokhar Fair

Bagwali Pokhar Fair is religious fair of Kumaon, Uttarakhand celebrated on Yam Dwitiya (Bhai Dooj). Where is Bagwali Pokhar Fair celebrated ? Bagwali Pokhar fair is held at Bagwali Pokhar i...

Basant Panchami

The festival of Basant Panchami celebrates the coming of the spring season. This festival, which also signals the end of winter, is generally celebrated during Magh (January - February). During this f...

Bat Savitri

This festival is celebrated on the Krishna amavasya (last day of the dark half of the month) of Jyestha and on the day married women worship Savitri and the Bat or banyan tree (Ficus benghalensis) and...

Baurani Fair

Baurani Fair is a popular fair celebrated at Baurani in Pithoragarh town located in the Kumaon region. Baurani fair is celebrated 15 days after Diwali at the open space outside Saimdevta temple in Bau...

Budi Diwali

Budi Diwali is an important festival celebrated in the hilly regions of Uttarakhand and is the main feature of Jyotiparva festival. Budhi Diwali is celebrated exactly 15 days after Diwali. ...

Chaiti Fair

Chaiti Mela is a popular fair held every year during Navaratri at Kashipur, located in the ...

Chandrabadni Fair

The people of Uttarakhand are known for their high cultural values and ethics. Many fairs take place in the state that is dedicated to various holy deities. One of the famous fairs that takes place in...

Chaupakhya Festival

Chaupakhya Festival is celebrated during Navratris at Chaumi Devta Temple in Rayansi, a small village located in the Pithoragarh district...

Chhipla Jaat

Chhiplakot is situated in the heart land of Kali and Gori rivers, south of Panchchuli mountains. The highest point of this mountain - Najurikund (4497m) - is the seat of Chhipla Kedar. The people of ...

Dhaulinagotsav

Dhaulinag Temple is a temple dedicated to Nag Devta located at Begeshwar town in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. There are several Nag Devta temples located in this area. A fair is held in the day o...

Dudhiyad Devi Fair

Dudhiyad Devi Fair is celebrated every 12 years at Paunada village located in the Buda Kedar region of Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhan...

Fairs and Festivals of Uttarakhand

The religious, social and cultural urges of the people of Uttaranchal find an expression in various fairs, which are in turn closely linked to the economic activities of the region. Various folk songs...

Gabladev Fair

Gabladev Fair is celebrated every year as a religious fair by the inhabitants of Darma Valley which is situated at an elevation of 4000mts in the ...

Gaindi Khagoti Fair

Gaindi Khagoti Fair is celebrated in Chwicha village in the Pauri district of Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. The fair begins on Vasant Panchami and continues till Baisakhi. Gaindi Khagoti Fair holds i...

Gananath Fair

Gananath Fair is a famous fair held at Gananath Temple located about 47kms from Almora. Gananath Temple is an ancient temple known popular...

Ganga Dusshera or Dasar

Ganga Dusshera is celebrated on the Shukla dasami of the Jyestha (May - June). The sacred Ganga is worshipped on this day and Dusshera posters (dwarpatras or dasars), which have various geometric desi...

Gauchar Mela

Gauchar Mela is an annual trade fair held on 14th November in the hilly town of Gauchar, located in the left bank of Alaknanda River in the Chamoli district of Uttrakhand. Gauchar falls en ...

Gendua Fair

Located in the Purola region of Uttarakhand, Singtur Range (Patti) is famous for its traditional rituals, fairsand festivals. One such fair celebrated at the time of Makar Sankranti is Gendua Fair. ...

Ghandiyal Devta Raaj Jaat

Uttarakhand is a state that is not only renowned for its tranquil natural beauty but also for its rich ethnicity. People with high enthusiasm celebrate various festivals and fairs in Uttarakhand. Ghan...

Guru Kailapeer Fair

Guru Kaila Peer Fair is one of the oldest cultural and traditional fair in Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. Famous...

Haatkalika Fair

On the ashtami (eighth day of the month) of the Chaitra and Bhado, a fair is held in the Kalika temple at Gangolihat. People come with drums and flags to pay homage to Goddess Kalika....

Harela and Bhitauli

On the first day of the navaratris (nine day holy period) of the month of Chaitra women fill baskets with soil and sow seven types of grains in them. The grains germinate symbolizing the future harves...

Harela Festival

Harela is one of the most auspicious festivals of Kumaon region celebrated on the first day (KarkSankranti) of Shravan. Harela literally means ‘green leaves’ and is celebrated to mark the onset of...

Harin Chital

Harin Chital means ‘spotted deer’. Celebrated in the Pithoragarh district of the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, Harin Chital is a folk drama with a cultural and religious significance. The folk dra...

Jagda Festival

Jagda Festival - A joyous festival of Jaunsar-Bawar region Every year, the people of Jaunsar-Bawar region celebrate Jagda Festival with great zeal and excitement. The festival is c...

Jageshwar Fair

This fair is held on the fifteenth day of the month of Baishakh (late March or early April) at the Shiva temple in Jageshwar. During the fair people take holy dips in the Brahma Kund (pool) and worshi...

Janopunyu

The people of Kumaon celebrate Raksha Bandhan and Janopunyu, the day on which people change their janeu (sacred thread). On this day the famous Bagwal fair is held at Devidhura in district Champawat....

Janti Fair

Pandukeshwar Festival, locally known as Janti Fair or Janti Mela is celebrated every 6 years in Pandukeshwar Temple situated on the left banks of Vishnuganga River. The fair which lasts for 9-11 days ...

Jauljibi Mela

Jauljibi Fair is a cultural and commercial fair held every year from 14th-21st November at the place of confluence of Kali and Gori rivers, situated 10kms from Askot. Askot is situated in the ...

Kalika Fair, Bungkhal

Kalika Fair, popularly known as Bungkhal Mela is a famous religious fair celebrated every year at Kalika Devi Temple located in Chaurikhal village in ...

Kalsin Fair

Kalsin fair is a one-day fair held every year near Shyamlatal located 5 km ahead of Sukhidhang which lies in the Tanakpur-Champawat highway. History of Kalsin Fair There are many stories pr...

Kamleshwar Fair

Kamleshwar Fair is a religious fair held every year on the 14th day of Kartik month (early November) which is known as “Vaikuntha Chaturdashi”. Where is Kamleshwar Fair celebrated? Kaml...

Kandali Festival

Kandali Festival, also known as Kirji Festival is celebrated every 12 years by the Joutiya or Jainila people during August-September in the Chaudans region of Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. The ...

Khatarua

Khatarua is essentially the special festival of pastoral- agricultural society and celebrated on the first day of the month of Ashwin in mid September, and signifies the beginning of the autumn. On th...

Kot Ki Mai Fair

Kot ki Mai Fair is a grand three-days fair celebrated every year from Panchami to Ashtami of Navratris (5th – 8th day of Navratris) in the month of Chaith. The fair is celebrated in honour of Bhramr...

Kumbh Mela

Kumbha (Kumbha means pot) Mela is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage that takes place at the following four locations of India Prayag (near the city of Allahabad, in the state of Uttar Pradesh...

Makar Sankranti – Ghughutia

Also known as Ghughutia, Uttarayani, Makraini, Makrain, Gholda, Ghowla, Chunyatyar, Khichdi Sangrand, Pusyodiya, this festival is celebrated on the day of Makar Sankranti every year. ...

Maun Mela

Adorned with surreal beauty, Uttarakhand is a state that’s vibrant culture and traditions will leave you in awe. The customs & traditions followed at the festive events are different and will su...

Nandadevi Fair

Goddess Nanda Devi is the daughter of the Himalayas and the wife of Lord Shiva. The people of Uttarakhand worship Nanda Devi with deep faith and you will see numerous shrines and temples dedicated to ...

Nandadevi Rajjaat Yatra

Nanda Devi is one of the main deities of Uttarakhand region. Nanda Devi Raj Jaat Yatra takes place in honor of the great Nanda Devi. Though Nanda Devi is worshipped in various regions of Uttarakhand, ...

Olgia (Ghee Sankranti)

Different antique festivals are celebrated in the state of Uttarakhand. Each festival carries the touch of traditional cultures of the state. One of the important festivals celebrated in Uttarakhand i...

Phool Dei

Phool Dei is celebrated on the first day of the month of Chaitra in mid March. On this day, young girls conduct most of the ceremonies. In some places this festival is celebrated throughout the month ...

Purnagiri Fair

Many people throng the temple at Purnagiri, which is situated on the top of a mountain on the right bank of the river Kali near Tanakpur, in the district of Champawat...

Rameshwar Fair

Rameshwar Fair is an eventful fair with great religious and cultural significance held during Makarsakranti. The events during the fair which includes singing, dancing, and games continues all night l...

Sameshwarotsav

Sameshwarotsav or Sameshwar Utsav is an annual fair held during the Hindu month of Bhadrapada (August-September) at Uprikot village in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. It is a three-day ...

Saton- Athon Festival

Saton-Athon Festival is one of the most important festivals of the Pithoragarh region of Kumaon. On this day, it is crucial for every member of the family to wear new clothes and celebrate the festiva...

Selku Fair

Celebration of various fairs & festivals in Uttarakhand showcases the high religious spirit and traditional values that people of Uttarakhand have. From small to big all the fairs & festivals ...

Somnath (Masi) Fair

Somnath Fair or Masi Fair is held every year in the small village of Masi, located in Ranikhet tehsil of Almora district in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. The fair is held at Someshwar Mahadev Temp...

Syalde Bikhauti

It is celebrated on the Vishuwat Sankranti day and commemorates an ancient victory. On this day, the Bagwal is held at Syalde Pokhar in the old town of Dwarah...

Syalpati Fair

Syalpati Fair is a fair dedicated to Nanda Devi and is celebrated in the regions near Joshimath in the Chamoli region of Uttarakhand. The fair is celebrated on years fixed by the heads of the village ...

Tapkeshwar Fair

Thousands of fair and festival in India are celebrated in honor of various Hindu Gods. One of them is Tapkeshwar Fair. Tapkeshwar fair takes place at a very grand level in honor of the great Mahadeva....

Thal Mela

Held in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, Thal Fair or Thal Mela is one of the most important commercials fairs after Jauljibhi Fair. Thal Mela is held every year during Baisakhi at the small town of ...

Uttaranchali Holi (Kumaoni Holi)

The uniqueness of the Kumaoni Holi lies in its being a musical affair, whichever may be its form, be it the Baithki Holi, the Khari Holi or the Mahila Holi. The Baithki Holi and Khari Holi are unique ...

Uttarayani Fair

Uttrayani fair is held in a number of places including Bageshwar, Rameshwar, Sult Mahadev, Chitrashila (Ranibagh) and Hanses...

Vishuvat Sankranti/ Bikhoti Festival

Bikhoti or Vishuvat Sankranti is a traditional New Year’s festival of Hindus also known by the names of Bikhoti, Vaishaki, and Mesh Sankranti. Just like in other parts of India, Uttarakhand also cel...

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