Alwar is a popular tourist attraction located in the foothills of the Aravallis. The variety of attractions in Alwar makes it very popular among tourists. Visiting Alwar has turned so much attractive for a number of other reasons as well. Alwar also celebrates a number of festivals. These festivals are also very popular among the tourists as they are able to get a close view of the culture of Alwar. Moreover, during these festivals, Alwar boasts a great look. The most popular festival of Alwar is the Alwar Festival. A great procession through the streets marks the opening of this festival.
Attractions of Alwar Festival
Alwar festival is one of the major festivals celebrated in Alwar district. It is a two-day festival which is organised by the administration of the district every year to promote tourism and celebrates on 25-26 November. A lot of cultural events and rural activities are organized to attract tourists from all over the country. The main events of the festival are elephant polo, fancy dress competition, flower show and sketching competition. An exhibition is also organised in order to display the antique items of the place.
Another tourist attraction in Alwar district is Sariska National park. The tourists who visit the Alwar festival also visit Sariska to witness the variety of wildlife of this region.
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SAWAN TEEJ (AUGUST) - Celebrated in honour of Goddess Parvati


Teej ki Sawari


Jagannath Ji ki Sawari
CHOOHAR SIDH - The main fair of Mewat, is attended chiefly by Meos
BILALI FAIR (MARCH-APRIL) - It is celebrated at Bansur, on the Jaipur border in honour of Shitla Devi.
MATSYA UTSAV (25-26 November)                                 Matsya Utsav 2015
Jagannath temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the presiding deity is anthropomorphic form of Lord Jagannath of Puri and other two deities are SitaramJi and JankiJi. The fair of Jagannthji is famous for its annual Rath Yatra festival where Lord Jagannath is carried in a chariot called Indra Vimana. The Rath Yatra festival follows different traditions and rituals than those of Puri. An annual wedding celebration takes place between Lord Jagannath and Jankiji at the mela. This is an important fair in the district where devotees from different walks of society throng the temple. Department of tourism organizes cultural event at Jagannathji mela each year. Date: 11-13 July, 2019