The Chandrabhaga fair is one of the most popular festivals celebrated at Jhalrapatan in Jhalawar district of Rajasthan, India to be celebrated this year from November 16 to 18, 2013. This festival is celebrated in the honor of the sun God. Devotees from various parts of India congregate here offer prayers to the Sun take a dip into the holy waters which nourish this region. It is considered a holy place by the people residing in this region, which is known as Chandravati.
Every year in this Chandrabhaga Fair a huge cattle fair is organized where farm animals like horses, cows, camels and bullocks are bought here from the distant parts for sale. This fair gives good opportunity to the tourists to know more about the traditions and rituals of this region.
The indomitable forts, magnificent palaces, charming wildlife, traditional fairs and festivals and peaceful lakes are some of the things that build up the attraction of this place. Chandrabhaga Fair, Jhalawar is one such splendid sight that truly deserves the attention of the tourists. This fair acquaints all travelers, pilgrims and explorers alike, with the rituals and traditions practiced in this region of the nation.
Tourist Attractions like Jhalawar Fort, Bhawani Natyashala, Government Museum, Chandrabhaga Temple, Gagron Fort, Bhimsar, Gangadhar Fort, Kakuni, Dalhanpur and Rein Basera are the major tourist hotspots of the region that are worth a visit during Chandrabhaga Fair.