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BHADARVI PURNIMA (AMBAJI FAIR)

The fair is held in the Hindu month of Bhadrapad (around August-September) at Ambaji, during a time which is particularly suitable for farmers, when the busy monsoon season is about to end.

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RAVECHI FAIR

The Ravechi Fair of Gujarat is held in the month of 'Bhadra' according to the Hindu calendar. In English, the Ravechi Fair is held in August-September. It is attended by thousands of people- Rabari,Koli, Kanabi-Patel & Ahirs.

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NAVRATRI FESTIVAL

Navratri is celebrated for nine nights, beginning on the first day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month Ashwin, roughly corresponding to dates in the Gregorian calendar in September/October.

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KOTESHVAR AND CHITRA VICHITRA FAIR

The fair is held a fortnight after Holi, around the month of March-April. It starts on the eve of the new moon (called Amavas), the time when the wheat crop is ready for harvest.

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KAVANTH FAIR

The Rathva Festival at Kavant is a pagan ululation to the harvest and the link between man and nature celebrated since time immemorial. Its a gathering of Rathva community from Gujarat & Madhya Pradesh. It usually begins on the third day after Holi.

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MODHERA DANCE FESTIVAL (UTTARADH MOHATSAV)

The exclusive three day Modhera Dance Festival is held every year during the third week end of January after the conclusion of Uttarayan festival.

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INTERNATIONAL KITE FESTIVAL (UTTARAYAN FESTIVAL)

Uttarayan is celebrated every year on 14th January, known as Makar Sankranti.

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TARNETAR FAIR

The fair is held for three days every year during the Hindu calendar dates of Bhadarva Sud - 4th, 5th and 6th (during the Gregorian calendar months Aug.-Sept)

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DANGS DARBAR FESTIVAL

Dang Darbar is normally held in March-April each year just a few days before Holi. An exuberant tribal festival held in the week before Holi.

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VAUTHA FAIR

This fair is held during Kartika Purnima, the full moon night of the month of Kartik in the Hindu calendar, corresponding roughly to the month of November. It lasts for five days.

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BHAVNATH FAIR ( SHIVRATRI FESTIVALS)

The fair during Mahashivaratri is held for five days commencing from the Hindu calendar date of Magh Vad 11, during the Gregorian months of February & March.

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