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Gogamedi Fair in 2013 »   15 September

Gogamedi Fair Category: Fair
Celebrated In: India in Rain Season
Celebrated By: (Hindu)

Gogamedi Fair is one of the important festivals locally celebrated to remember the Serpent God in Rajasthan, Gogaji. It is believed that by enchanting his name any snake bite can be spontaneously cured. Further, as a part of ritual, the devotees also offer special food items prepared with sugar and honey and coconuts to please him. Besides, the fair is also essential to represent Rajasthan's very old culture, where localities swarm to sell handicrafts, crops and livestock.

If you are still wondering that what makes the Gogamedi Fair a surprise package for you is the presence of locally famed music and dance, and cattle fairs introduced in their utmost rustic styles. The celebration of the fair is also considered to be a perfect time where the young girls and boys are free to explore their best match. Indeed it is an impetus fair that engages you in lots of fun-frolic activities and make you culturally ecstatic.

In the last, we can only come and join your other friends who come from different parts of the world to attend this Gogamedi Fair and consequently, you may also become lucky and get your suitable life partner.

Gogamedi Fair Dates

Gogamedi Fair in 2013 »   15 September

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