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Second Largest Cattle Fair of India


Amar Singh Rathore is the greatest hero of the region and was known for his chivalry and color. Once Salawat Khan, the brother-in-low of emperor Shahjahan insulted him in the Emperor’s Court. Amar Singh immediately cut off his head and escaped from Agra Fort on his horse. He jumped from the ramparts of Agra fort whole riding the horse and fled, though the horse died on the spot. His daring and chivalrous deeds are still sung by the local people. The Muslim influence is clearly visible in the design of the fort, as parts of it were constructed by Amber and Shahjahan. Inside the fort are many royal apartments like Moti Mahal, Badal Mahal and Hawa Mahal. The Baradari or courtyard is painted with beautiful murals, which are a fine blend of Persian and Nagauri style. The frescoes of flowers and dancers also grace the walls of the Baradari, the havelies and palatial houses of the town are richly decorated with murals and paintings, with themes from Ramayana and Mughal-styled gardens still retain their beauty. The life and times of Lord Mahaveerji and Parasvanath are beautifully depicted in the Jain temples. Nagaur also has many old temples, mosques, dargahs and cenotaphs. The Muslim families of the town are well known for their expertise in dyeing and printing of saris and chunaris. The brassware of hardware’s of Nagaur is also very popular. The Multani Lohars (ironsmiths) are renowned in the region for their craftsmanship. It is place where a large Cattle Fair is held annually. The town is best visited during the Ramdeo Cattle Fair in January/February and Tejaji Fairing August.

Nagaur awakens to bustling life every year with the thronging of cattle, horses and camels accompanied by their turbaned owners and eager buyers. This cattle fair held annually is one of the largest in the country. The Nagaur bulls are renowned for their fleet-footedness and therefore, attract buyers from all over the region.
The day starts with buyers and sellers engaged in earnest bargains. Once the price of a horse, bullock or probably a camel has been settled, the day draws to a close with fun and festivity. Games, tug of war, camel races and strains of ballads create a joyful atmosphere with the setting sun in the background.

Royal Camp Nagaur Fort Soaks in the surrounding ambience. Pitched within the fortifications of the splendid Nagaur Fort, the camp offers unique opportunity to participate in the rich traditions of Rajasthan and witness its vibrant culture. The camp is an ideal stopover for lunch for those who wish to visit the fort. The town of Khimsar and the sand dunes, which are only 55 kms away, are an added attraction.

Camp Offer:
Luxury tents with attached baths and water closets, Provision for lighting and generators, 24 hour security and room service, Multi-cuisine dining tent, Hot & Cold water, Doctor on call, Camp fire, folk dances and music, Credit cards and money exchange, Fans and hot air blower in tents

Vikram Samwat - 12 Chaitra-K

Starting: 30/01/2021
Ending: 02/02/2021

Nagaur, Rajasthan

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