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» Language - Rajasthani, English, Hindi
» Clothings - Cottons in the summer and Very light woollens in the winters.
» Best time - October to Feburary
» Visit Timings- 06am to 06pm
Kaila Devi Fair
It marks the celebrations of the Kaila Devi (Goddess), whose temple is situated in Ranthambore National Park. Situated on the river Kailisil, the temple hosts the festival for around 15 days in the Hindu month of Chaitra (April). Approximately 2,00,000 devotees participate in this festival every year from all over the country.
Ranthambore National Park
Find some of the endangered species here like the species of hyenas, sloth bear, jackals, sambar (Indias largest deer), Chinkara (Indian gazelle), nilgai (Bluebull). There are around 300 species of bird out which many are the migratory birds. The Park comes under the Tiger Project Reserve.
There are three temples inside the fort dedicated to Ganesha, Shiva and Ramlalji built in 12th and 13th century. The fort is also said to be the site where a number of Jauhars (ritual mass suicide by immolation of self) in the Rajput History. From a distance the fort almost looks indispensible and incredible looking out over the lotus filled lake of Padma Talab which lies in the rampants. It has an area of 405sq kms giving a view of the Badal Mahal ( Cloud Palace).
In and Around
» Pushkar Ka Mela : In the month of Kartika (October - November), in Pushkar there is this Camel Fair held on one of the holiest days of Hindus. Each year around 200,000 people converge here, bringing along them around 50,000 camels and cattle for trade. The place blends itself into with musicians, mystics, tourists, traders, devotees and camel crews. Its a MUST SEE FESTIVE.
Not to be Missed
» Ganesh Chaturthi :The Ranthambore Tiger reserve has a beautiful temple of Ganesha (Lord of Intellect). Here each year in the month of September/October the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with Pomp and Show. It is thought that all auspicious functions of Hindus should began with the first invitation to Lord Ganesha. This festival marks this school of thought.
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