Holi Fest
Holi festival carries a message of fraternity and affection, blurring the differences between the religions, castes, and genders. Symbolizing the beginning of a new relationship with oneself and others, forgetting and forgiving past mistakes.
Pushkar Mela (Camel Fair)
Known as the largest camel and livestock Fair in our country, Pushkar Mela over a 5 days period, with around 50,000 camels gathered and exhibited for buying and selling, has also a religious connotation.

Gujarati traders and Rajasthan people bring an array of traditional clothes, jewellery, handcrafted pieces and paintings to be sold at this extraordinary event. Competitions such as the "Matka Phod" "moustache", and "bridal" are the main attractions of this Indian festival.
Kumbh Mela
Saints with ash smeared on their bodies with long, matted hair, wearing saffron-coloured clothes, chanting religious texts and giving spiritual speeches to the devotees contribute to the spellbinding vibe of this place. The procession of the sadhus when they arrive for the Mela is as mesmerizing as it is unforgettable.