Chittaurgarh Festivals

Chittaurgarh Festivals reflect the culture and lifestyle of the people who reside in the city. One of the most popular festivals celebrated in the city is the festival of Gangaur.

The festival of Gangaur is celebrated in the months of March and April. The festival begins on the day after Holi and continues for eighteen days. The festival is popular among the women of the city. The maidens offer prayers to the God, Lord Shiva who is referred to as Gan and his consort, Gauri or Goddess Parvati. Prayers are offered by the maidens for a happy and peaceful conjugal life

Last Updated on 9/13/2011



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