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EventBikaner Camel Festival
CategoryFair and Festival
DateJan 13, 2024 to Jan 15, 2024
Main AttractionColourful camels at their best!
Overview/HistoryThe Bikaner Camel Festival is exclusively dedicated to the ship of the desert- the camel, which is an important source of transport and livelihood in the state of Rajasthan. This festival is celebrated each year in Bikaner in January and is very significant to the people of Rajasthan because in early times there were no automobiles and then camels were the only source of transport.
CelebrationThe Bikaner Camel Festival starts off with a magnificent procession of brightly adorned camels against the beautiful backdrop of the Junagarh Fort. The festival then proceeds to the sandy spread of the Polo Ground, which is followed by interesting events. Camels and owners both are dressed in their finest clothes and accessories and enjoy the festival. The festival also features the famous camel dance which is fun to watch as the camels follow instructions by their owners. This is also a place where you can enjoy some delicious, traditional food, such as the famous Bikaner Bhujiya (a savoury snack) and tea and sweets made from camel milk. The interesting highlights of the festival are: camel races, camel milking, fur cutting design, best breed competition, camel bands, traditional folk dance and music. With music and dance performances, food, crafts display and lot more, this festival is one of the most energetic and colourful ones in the country and has made the city of Bikaner a must visit for tourists.

Last Updated on : January 03, 2024



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