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Rajasthan, the land of royalty, is a state at its colourful best all the year round with an amazing fusion of history, religion, music, dance, arts & crafts, desert sand, wildlife & birdlife, lakes, palaces and friendly people. Fairs in Rajasthan are mythological in nature, relating to Gods and Goddesses. They are even celebrated to commemorate the brave deeds of medieval heroes. The Marwar Festival, held in memory of the heroes of Rajasthan, is one such example. The Marwar festival is celebrated in the Hindu month of Ashwin (September - October) in the Sun City of Jodhpur of Rajasthan, the former capital of Marwar Province during the full moon of Sharad Poornima. The most popular Jodhpur festival of Rajasthan is the Jodhpur Marwar Festival, held annually in October in Jodhpur of Rajasthan, attempts to showcase the art and culture of the Jodhpur region of Rajasthan.

The two day long Marwar festival of Jodhpur of Rajasthan provides a glimpse of the days of yore, of battles and valiant heroes who still live on in the songs sung by the folk artists in the praise of their valour and victories. The massive Mehangarh fort of Rajasthan and the impresive Umaid Bhawan Palace of Rajasthan which are symbols of ingenuity, might and valour of the Rajputs, make Jodhpur an ideal location for the festival of Rajasthan.  


Jodhpur in the state of Rajasthan in India is a city with countless bastions and towers founded by Rao Jodha, chief of the Rathore clan of Rajputs who claimed to be descendants of Rama - the epic hero of Ramayana, in 1485 A.D which speaks of its glorious past. Exploring the city promises a delightful encounter with the unusual lifestyle and culture of the people. A treasure-trove for bargain hunters, the bazaars here stock an array of fabulous art & craft creations and a collection of tie-and-dye fabrics in extremely fine designs... some of the reasons that attract tourist from all around the globe. Originally known as the Maand Festival of Rajasthan; this festival features folk music centered on the romantic lifestyle of Rajasthan's rulers. Marwar festival is devoted to the music and dance of the Marwar region of Rajasthan and offers a good opportunity to see the folk dancers and singers who assemble here and provide hours of lively entertainment.

Attractions of the Marwar Festival of Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India

Celebrated during the months of September-October, the Marwar Festival in Jodhpur of Rajasthan is dedicated to the folk heroes of Rajasthan. The entire city of Jodhpur of Rajasthan comes alive with lively celebrations of the Marwar Festival in Rajasthan. The duration of Marwar festival of Rajasthan is of two days and is celebrated with much fanfare in Rajasthan.
The highlight of the Marwar Festival of Rajasthan is the classical folk music that is sung by various traditional musicians and local artists centered on the romantic lifestyle of Rajasthan's rulers. The music and dance of the Marwar region of Rajasthan is the main theme of this Marwar festival of Rajasthan. The music is typical Rajasthani style and speaks about the passionate and adventurous lifestyle of the rulers of Rajasthan. The Marwar festival of Rajasthan is also known as Maand festival of Rajasthan as the music is known as Maand.

The folk dancers and singers assemble at the festival and provide lively entertainment. The dancers make the whole ambience lively by presenting beautiful folk dances that are exclusive to the state of Rajasthan. They present some of the most daring and difficult dances that never fail to enthrall spectators. You can see them balancing seven to nine pots on their heads and dancing gracefully while balancing themselves on the edge of a sword! The bygone times and days of yore are beautifully presented and one truly feels as though they have been transported through time. The spirited folk dancers gathered here, perform with zest and entertain the audience with Rajasthani folklore. These folk artists bring to life the myth and legends of the area and sing songs in memory of the brave heroes.

The attractions of the festival include horse riding and horse polo. Various other competitions are also held during the festival. Among the main attractions at the festival of Rajasthan, is the camel tattoo show and polo. The venue of this festival includes the famous Umaid Bhawan Palace of Rajasthan, Mandore and Mehrangarh Fort of Rajasthan which gives this festival an added attraction and provides a perfect backdrop of Rajasthan.


There are also story telling events where the stories of deadly battles and valiant heroes are told. The festival of Rajasthan is held in the honor of the valiant heroes of Rajasthan who had lain down their lives for the protection of their homeland. The Marwar Festival of Rajasthan is highly rated and attended by people from all the state as the honor, and chivalry forms an integral part of the Rajasthani culture. The Marwar Festival of Rajasthan is a bonus for the numerous tourists and visitors coming to Jodhpur of Rajasthan and there is no doubt that they will enjoy every bit of the fun fiesta.

The Marwar Festival of Rajasthan is also held with great fanfare at Mandore located just 8 km on the outskirts of Jodhpur of Rajasthan. Mandore of Rajasthan has traditionally been the capital of Marwar and is a place of immense historical importance of Rajasthan. Mandore's most important landmark is the Hall of Heroes. Sixteen gigantic figures carved out of a single rock depicting popular Hindu and folk deities stand there in bright colors and are very well maintained. Needless to say, during the Marwar festival of Rajasthan, this enchanting Marwar bastion springs to life with vibrant colors and the symphony of the folk music and dance which are essential ingredients of the festival of Rajasthan.

Other Attractions at Udaipur in Rajasthan, India

While the graceful palaces of Rajasthan, forts and temples of Rajasthan strewn throughout the city bring alive the historic grandeur, exquisite handicrafts, folk dances music and the brightly attired people lend a romantic aura to the city of Rajasthan. Jodhpur of Rajasthan is famous for Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada of Rajasthan, Umaid Bhawan Palace of Rajasthan, Balsamand Lake and Gardens and many more.

Location and Transport of Udaipur in Rajasthan, India

Jodhpur of Rajasthan is well connected to all the major cities which include Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Jaipur of Rajasthan, and Udaipur of Rajasthan.
Rajasthan Roadways run very comfortable deluxe & air conditioned buses from Delhi (Bikaner House, Nr. India Gate) to Jodhpur of Rajasthan. The roads are very good, and it takes around 8-9 hrs from Jodhpur of Rajasthan. You can also come by taxi. The bus stand is right outside the Rai ka Bagh Station.


Jodhpur of Rajasthan is on the Broad Gauge and hence connected to all the metro cities of India. There are daily trains from Jaipur of Rajasthan, Delhi, Mumbai & Kolkata. Jodhpur of Rajasthan has two railway stations; City and Rai ka Bagh both are outside the walled city.

Getting around Jodhpur of Rajasthan
In the city of Rajasthan you can travel by un-metered auto-rickshaws, buses, cycle-rickshaws or you can also use car cabs and car-taxi. The Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation operates of Jodhpur from 8.30 to 1.00 pm and 2 to 6 pm. The tour starts from the Tourist Bungalow.

Distance of important cities from Jodhpur

Jaipur of Rajasthan: 343 Km
Jaisalmer of Rajasthan: 295 kms
Mount Abu of Rajasthan: 264 kms
Udaipur of Rajasthan: 275 kms
Ajmer of Rajasthan: 205kms
Agra of Uttar Pradesh: 577 kms.
Bikaner of Rajasthan: 245kms
Delhi: 602 kms


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