Nagaur festival also called Cattle fair is the 2nd popular festival of Rajasthan. Nagaur is a small town located between Jodhpur and Bikaner. Every year this festival is held between January to February. People come from all over the Rajasthan or nearby state with their cattle like horses, bullocks and camel etc to trade. All the cattle are fully decorated with fancy dresses or colorful things and even their owner flaunt wearing colorful turbans and long moustaches.
Other attractions of the fair- Red Chilly Market also known as the ‘Mirchi Bazaar’ is the second main attraction besides Cattle in the Nagaur fair. At this fair you could also find otter things like handmade items, wooden items, camel leather accessories, rajasthani dresses etc.
Date for cattle fair-This year cattle fair will be held from 17th Feb. to 20th Feb 13.
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