Bundi: Here Are Some Details About The Rajasthani Festival


Bundi festival happens every year in the state of Rajasthan; here are some major details about the famous cultural Rajasthani festival

Written By Deepankar Ranjan | Mumbai | Updated On:
Bundi Festival

Bundi is a beautiful town located in the royal state of Rajasthan. The Bundi Festival is one of the major occasions in the state where people colour the canvas of the Rajasthani culture with vivid. It comes in November and celebrates the various traditions, cultures, folk songs, and the folk dance of Rajasthan. The main purpose of this festival is to keep the culture alive so that many people can be familiar with their roots. It receives great footfall from tourists every year. One can also find a wide variety of handcrafts by the artistic people in the town. To entertain people, many competitions are organised during the festival.

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Know about the famous Bundi festival

It is usually a three-day celebration in the town of Rajasthan. Some of the most popular events are the Deepdan ceremony, sports, moustache competition, turban binding competition and many more. In the Deepdan ceremony, men light up the lamps and pass it on to the women who then release them to the river to have positivity in the family. Various sports such as kabaddi, horse riding, and camel race are also organised to create enthusiasm among the people of the town. You can also find a rich variety of stalls during the competition. In the moustache competition, the contestant with the best moustache is awarded at the ceremony while the one who ties a beautiful turban on his head in less time is the winner of the turban tying competition. Such type of events often create a friendly atmosphere in the competition. The Bundi Festival is organised by Rajasthan State Tourism Department. 

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The famous Aravalli ranges around the Bundi town are a delight to watch. Many tourists and frequent travellers spend their precious time around these ranges and enjoy the picturesque view of the town. Bundi railway station is the nearest train station located in the town. The nearest city around this town is Kota that is located at a distance of 39 kilometres. The nearest airport to the town is Jaipur International Airpot that is located at a distance of 210 kilometres from the exquisite town.

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