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The onset of spring brings the Mewar festival of Rajasthan. The Mewar Festival of Rajasthan is celebrated in the Hindu month of Chaitra (March-April). During the Mewar festival, the tradition and culture of Rajasthan dominates every other thing in one's mind. The Mewar Festival of Rajasthan is celebrated to welcome the advent of spring. It coincides with the festival of Gangaur in Udaipur of Rajasthan and has a unique charm about it. The Mewar festival of Rajasthan is a visual feast with Rajasthani songs, dances, processions, devotional music and firework displays. The festival of Gangaur of Rajasthan is very significant for women of Rajasthan. It is a time for them to dress up in their best clothes and participate in the festival of Rajasthan.

Mewar Festival of Rajasthan offers a brilliant opportunity worth grabbing, to the interested wayfarer who wants to be regaled by the tales, legends and sights of medieval and vintage traditional vistas. Fairs and festivals of Rajasthan in India are an alluring concoction of visual wonders with the Mewar festival of Rajasthan holding a pride of the place Udaipur of Rajasthan. Mewar festival as a much talked about and visited fair and festival in Rajasthan, India is home to a myriad multitude of sightseeing and recreational opportunities.

Mewar has always been regarded as the land of poignant traditionally and Rajput sobriety, which makes it a much written about and photographed place in Rajasthan, India. Mewar of Rajasthan located in the Aravalli heights is a cold place, much different from the rest of an arid and dry Rajasthan. Udaipur of Rajasthan is the jewel of Mewar kingdom ruled by the Sisodia dynasty for 1200 Years. The foundation of the city has an interesting legend associated with it. According to it, Maharana Udai Singh, the founder, was hunting one day when he met a holy man meditating on a hill overlooking the Lake Pichhola. The hermit blessed the Maharana and advised him to build a palace at this favorable located spot with a fertile valley watered by the stream, a lake, an agreeable altitude and an amphitheater of low mountains. Maharana followed the advice of the hermit and founded the city in 1559 A.D. The Mewar festival of Rajasthan as a key fair and festival in Rajasthan, India, is in a class apart from the rest of the travel jamborees undertaken by tourists.


A tour to Mewar festival of Rajasthan includes a visit to Udaipur of Rajasthan, which is the place of celebration of Mewar festival of Rajasthan and the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, the warrior king of Udaipur of Rajasthan. The Mewar festival of Rajasthan, as a primal fair and festival in Rajasthan, India has a celebratory run parallel to the famed Gangaur festival of Rajasthan. Similar to the deities worshipped during the course of Gangaur, Mewar festival of Rajasthan also entails adherence to the same set of idols. The women gather to dress the images of Isar and Gangaur and then carry them in a ceremonial procession through different parts of the city of Rajasthan. The whole city of Udaipur of Rajasthan is decorated beautifully in colorful streamers and one can feel that a grand celebration is just round the corner. The main highlight of this festival is the grand procession that takes place.

The procession begins with enthusiastic performers singing and dancing and leading the procession through all major streets and roads of Rajasthan. Lots of people, particularly women take part in the procession. The Mewar festival of Udaipur is celebrated for three days. To keep people entertained, the organizers encourage local artists to come and display their talents. Many cultural programs and plays are organized for the amusement of people of Rajasthan. The three-day Mewar festival of Rajasthan comes to an end when the idols are taken to Lake Pichola of Rajasthan.

The idols are transferred on a specially decorated boat with much enthusiasm and fanfare. The main highlight of the celebration is the fireworks that are set afire at the end of the three-day celebration. The songs and dances add life to the entire celebration and people really enjoy the whole event. The Mewar festival of Rajasthan is one of the most important celebrations of Udaipur in Rajasthan and the rich culture of Rajasthan is at its all time best. An event that should not be missed if you are traveling to India! Like other fairs and festivals celebrated throughout the state of Rajasthan, there is a lot of activity, which keeps the participants in a joyful frame of mind, eager to enjoy every moment.

The Mewar festival of Rajasthan like other fairs and festivals in Rajasthan, India is the hotbed of incessant activity and the attendant fun and frolic. Even though the Mewar festival of Rajasthan has religious overtones, merriment and celebration are not left far behind. Once the religious rituals are over, music and dancing become the order of the day. You can enjoy a host of cultural programmes and shows that are sure to enthrall you with their liveliness and color. The grand celebrations of the Mewar Festival of Rajasthan culminate in an excellent display of fireworks that light up the entire sky. It is a sight that would remain embedded in your consciousness for a long time.


Location and Transport of Mewar Festival of Udaipur in Rajasthan

Mewar Festival of Udaipur is one festival of Rajasthan, which is not to be missed. A tour to Mewar festival of Rajasthan is also known for its characteristic verve and infectious enthusiasm. If you have really planned to be a part of this festival of Rajasthan then, the most important thing is to know the exact time of the festival. The Festival of Rajasthan coincides with the Gangaur festival of Udaipur, Rajasthan. This will allow you to celebrate both the festival and the place Udaipur of Rajasthan at the same time. This time of the year in Rajasthan, India is neither so hot nor is so cold. This event will acquaint you with the true culture of Rajasthan, India. The airport of Dabok, near Udaipur of Rajasthan connects all the major cities of Rajasthan and India with Udaipur of Rajasthan. The rail line of Udaipur of Rajasthan also connects Udaipur of Rajasthan directly with all the major cities of India.

The easiest route to Udaipur of Rajasthan, the venue of the festival is from Delhi, the capital city of India. You can either go straight to Udaipur of Rajasthan from Delhi or you can also take a longer route, if you are interested in visiting some other parts of Rajasthan, India. Starting from Delhi, you can pick the Delhi - Udaipur route or Delhi-Jaipur-Udaipur route of Rajasthan. If you want to travel cheaper you can board a train or bus. Udaipur of Rajasthan is connected to Delhi by all the means of transport. Just, try to leave for Udaipur of Rajasthan well in time, so that you don't even miss a single bit of it. Dress Rajasthani, eat & drink Rajasthani and enjoy the festival with much fun & frolic.

Road: Udaipur of Rajasthan falls on the Golden Quadrilateral, lying midway between Delhi and Mumbai on National Highway (NH) 8 and is around 650 km from either metro. The roads in this part of the country are really nice, paved in the middle, and fit for self-driving. One can either drive from Jaipur of Rajasthan (around 7 hours) or Ahmedabad (4-5 hours), or take a Rajasthan Tourism bus from India Gate in Delhi.

Air: Dabok airport of Rajasthan is 24 km from the city centre. Daily flights connect Udaipur of Rajasthan with Jodhpur of Rajasthan, Jaipur of Rajasthan, Aurangabad, Mumbai and Delhi. The Airport is going through modernization project and soon going to have a new terminal building with additional 4 stands.

Train: Train connectivity is established between Delhi, Jaipur of Rajasthan and Ahmedabad through trains run by Indian Railway. Recently Udaipur of Rajasthan got connected with Delhi Kota and Mathura with superfast Mewar express on broad gauge line. Udaipur of Rajasthan is now also connected with the Kolkata, by the train "Ananya Express".


Local Transport: Unmetered taxis, auto rickshaws, tongas, city bus, regular city bus service is available for Udaipur City of Rajasthan. Main roads to dabok airport, badi Lake, Bedala.

Distances of important cities from Udaipur of Rajasthan: New Delhi (670 km), Jaipur of Rajasthan (406 km), Mumbai (739 km), Ahmedabad (262 km), Jodhpur of Rajasthan (275 km), Mount Abu of Rajasthan (185 km), Agra (630 km), Chittorgarh (115 km).

Distances of important places around Udaipur of Rajasthan: Kankroli of Rajasthan (64 km), Ekling Ji of Rajasthan (21 km), Haldigati of Rajasthan (42 km), Jaisamand Lake of Rajasthan (50 km), Nathdwara of Rajasthan (42 km), Ranakpur of Rajasthan (90 km), Rishabdeo of Rajasthan (65 km), Badgaon of Rajasthan (5 km), Bhinder of Rajasthan (58 km), Dhariyawad of Rajasthan (120 km), Gogunda of Rajasthan (35 km), Jhadol of Rajasthan (48 km), Kotda of Rajasthan (128 km), Malvi of Rajasthan (42), Salumber of Rajasthan (70 km), Sarada of Rajasthan (62 km), Kherwada of Rajasthan (82 km), Vallabhnagar of Rajasthan (42 km), Fatehnagar of Rajasthan (52 km), Debari of Rajasthan (13 km), Jawar Mines of Rajasthan (48 km), Dariba of Rajasthan (73 km), Jamar Kotda of Rajasthan (16 km).


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