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Gangaur Festivals(March/April)
Gaur & Ossar-Gangaur Festival
This festival of maidens and married women,dedicated to Gauri,an incarnation of Goddess Parvati,is celebrated with great enthusiasm and traditional rituals,The festival lasts for 18 days beginning form the day following Holo.Grand Processions are taken out along with well decorated and ornamented images of Gauri
Mewar Festival(March/April)
Mewar Festival
     The rich tradition and culture finds expression in the popm and gaiety of the festival.which manifests in its songs,dances,Procession.devotional music and firework displays.The festival welcomes spring,beautifully dressed women in their best costumes & jewellery carry images in processions to the Gangaur Ghat of Lake Pichola.
       * March-April
Diwali (october/november)
Diwali(Festival of Lights)
Diwali in india is celebrated with jubilation and enthusiasm. It is one of the biggest festival of hindus and is celebrated for five continuous days. Third day is the day of diwali and is celebrated as the festival of lights. To mark this day people light diyas and candles all around their house. During the evening lakshmi puja is performed to seek divine blessings of goddess of wealth. People also exchange diwali gifts with all their dear ones and burst fire crackers in the night to express their happiness.       
          * october-November
Dassera (october/november)
Dassera(The victory of good over evil)
It is the nine days festival. Which signifies the victory of good over Evil. As diverse as India is, it is but natural that Good and Evil take various forms in different parts of the country. Central and North India celebrate lord Ramas victory over the ten-headed Ravana. In the East, in west Bengal, this festival marks the victory of goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. In the state of Himachal, a week long fair at Kullu is a part of the Dussehra celebrations. Form the little temples in the hills, deities are brought in procession to the Kullu fair ground with a lot of gaiety,music and colour. Down south in the city of mysore, the exotic and colourful celebration of dussehra leaves many a visitor enthralled. 
        * september-october
Hariyali Amavasya Fair
Diwali(Festival of Lights)
Hariyali Amavasya Fair is two-day fair celebrated on the banks of fatch Sagar Lake on July-August. It is one of the seasonal festivals of Udaipur. Processions are carried out in Udaipur and Haldighati to commemorate Rana Pratap on Pratap Jayanti. The first day is devoted to women and the other day is for men. Even though Hariyali Amavasya Fair is celebrated by both men and women but it is mainly a festival for ladies,when they pray for prosperity for all the family . on this fair the municipal council organises sweet stalls, jhoolas (children’s swings), and boating on the lake.            
       * July-August
       Nodal Officer : Rameshwar Lal Sharma, Executive Engineer, Udaipur Nagar Nigam,   Ph.No.-9799042229    
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