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The Sacred – Pushkar Fair 2015

Finally the International Pushkar fair reached to a happy ending on 25th nov. Pushkar. This fair was full of surprises Chief Minister visited mela The CM was delighted to participate in the religious affairs. On Monday morning, she visited the Gwalior Ghat where she was welcomed by hundreds of women devotees. Gwalior Ghat is the place where her ancestors too offered prayers.

The district administration first time made experiment of Pushkar cattle fair and made it a festival of long fifteen days in which the cattle fair started on November 12 and ended on Sunday. From Sunday, the religious customs will start which will continue till November 27.

The international cattle fair of Pushkar is gradually turning into a centre of classical music and fusion of cultures, especially Hindustani with Sufi tunes. The fair since long is known for the roaring of camels and horses in the sand dunes of this majestic land. The fair this time also providing stage to talents who want to stage show for horse riding and made camel dance.

Shree Cement The Sacred, Pushkar

The Pushkar fair 2015 turned into a centre of classical music, meditation and a place for showing talent to hundreds of people. “The Teamwork Arts organized the spiritual festival ‘The Sacred” in which chief minister Vasundhra Raje participated after the ‘maha arti’ at Pushkar Ghat on Sunday.

Several famous artists performed the fusion of Sufi, Rajasthani, and Hindustani music and made the spectators sway to the melody. The idea of the programme was to made the music cross boundaries of religion. “The concert was great as it represented the great India,” said Bhagwat Singh of Kota, who attended the programme with his family.

The programme will continue till November 24 in which artists like Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Kailash Kher, Shubha Mudgal, Nathulal Solanki and artists from Spain and other parts of the world are participating.

Even the Indian Ocean Band staged a cultural programme in Pushkar and made the spectators flow in the beats of drums.

Content – TOI

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