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Indian Festivals,Fairs,Events and Holidays

The Rajasthani's love for color and joyous celebrations, music, dance and festivals makes the region one of the most colorful deserts in the world. Most holidays and festivals follow either the Indian lunar calendar or the Islamic calendar. Therefore they change annually relative to the Gregorian calendar.
The following represents major national festivals:

  • Camel Festival in Bikaner (January)
  • Nagaur Fair in Nagaur (January/February)
  • Desert Festival in Jaisalmer (January/February)
  • Baneshwar Fair in Baneshwar (January/February)
  • Gangaur Festival in Jaipur (March/April)
  • Mewar Festival in Udaipur (March/April)
  • Elephant Festival in Jaipur (March/April)
  • Urs Ajmer Sharif in Ajmer (lunar calendar)
  • Summer Festival in Mount Abu (May/June)
  • Teej Festival in Jaipur (July/August)
  • Kajli Teej Festival in Bundi (July/August)
  • Independence Day, public holiday (15 August)
  • Ramadan (August/September)
  • Dussehra Festival in Kota (September/October)
  • Marwar Festival in Jodhpur (October)
  • Pushkar Camel Fair in Pushkar (November)
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Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal incorporates and expands on design traditions of Persian architecture and earlier Mughal architecture. Specific inspiration came from successful Timurid and Mughal buildings including; the Gur-e Amir (the tomb of Timur, progenitor of the Mughal dynasty, in Samarkand),[16] Humayun's Tomb, Itmad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb (sometimes called the Baby Taj), and Shah Jahan's own Jama Masjid in Delhi.
 
     
 
Indian Traffic and Indian Road Conditions
It is difficult to give a concise account of conditions in a country as vast as India and varying so widely in its physical road conditions. Some people will call it chaotic – in any case, Indian road scenario is a mixture of sound, spectacle and experience. You will hardly find Indian roads free of traffic. Congestion on roads is a normal phenomenon. In the big cities, you may also encounter frequent traffic jams. Nor can most road users guess what type of vehicle they will face – India has a variety of "modes of transport" including overloaded trucks and buses, scooters, pedestrians, cows, bullocks and camel carts, horse or elephant riders as well as cycle-rickshaws and free-roaming livestock.
 
 
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