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Fairs & Festivals  of Punjab


Baba Bakala

It celebrated on every amavas (moonless night) and on the day of Raksha Bandhan.

Chhapaar Mela

It is celebrated every September in village Chhapaar (Ludhiana) to propitiate, Guga or Goga-the Zahir Pir, who is described as the Lord of the snakes.

Harballabh Sangeet Sammelan, Devi Talab, Jalandhar

It is a National Fair, which was started by Baba Harballabh in the memory of his Guru Swami Tulja Giri in 1875.

Martyrs - Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev & Rajguru Fair

This Fair is held on March 23rd every year at the site of the memorial of the three Freedom Fighters at Ferozepur.

Mukatsar Maghi Fair

It is celebrated on the occasion of Makar Sankranti in January every year.

Prof. Mohan Singh Mela, Ludhiana

It is a unique fair of cultural confluence of Punjabi artists, writers and folk performers. On this occasion, noted writers and artists are honoured for their contribution to the promotion of Punjabi literature, language and culture. 

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