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Vautha Fair

Vautha Fair

Vautha Fair in 2021 »   4 November  To  5 November

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

The Vautha Fair is the very big Animals fair held in Gujarat,india. which was involve wholesome some trading of the Camels or Donkeys and other animals.this festival grounds of Sangam Tirth.so it is considere by very auspicious or important by many communities. vautha fair festival to celebrated on the month Kartik of Hindu calendar. which falls on the November month and continues for 5 days.The Vautha ka Mela takes place near the confluence of seven rivers. The mela or fair is an important contributor to the rural economy of Gujarat. The fair is named after Vautha where the rivers Vatrak and Sabarmati meet.the fair holds of mythological as well as economical in importance to the state. The vautha fair grounds spread across 3 or 4 square miles of land. It is believed by the locals that Lord Kartikeya, the son of Lord Shiva had visited the place. This incident gave rise to the festivities of the mela. This place is the homeland of Saptarshi. It is regarded as an auspicious spot with legendary significance.This place is the homeland of Saptarshi. It is regarded as an auspicious spot with legendary

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Vautha Fair in 2021 »   4 November  To  5 November

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