All About Famous In sawai madhopur

Fairs and Festivals of sawai madhopur
Apart from sightseeing, travelers can also take part in the fairs and festivals of the district. Some of them include Chauth Mata Fair, Ganesh Chaturthi Fair, KalyanJi Fair and Shiv Ratri Fair etc.

KalyanJi Fair
Every year besakh shukla puranmasi this fair is organised at Gangapur City. This fair is organised for Seven days. Thousands of people join this fair.

Ganesh Chaturthi
 Ganesh Chaturthi Ganesh Chaturthi marks the birth of Lord Ganesha and is celebrated all over the country. In sawai madhopur, the festival is rather special. The temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha is located in the fort of Ranthambore, about 12 kms from sawai madhopur and it is one of the most important Ganesha temples in the State. There is always a lot of activity at the temple because people believe that the first invitation to a marriage should be sent to Lord Ganesha. As a result, hundreds of invitations pour in everyday from all over the country inviting Lord Ganesha to attend the marriage. Some people also enclose money to enable Lord Ganesha to pay for his fare! This temple is the site for Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations attracting devotees from all over to join in the singing of devotional songs. Markets spring up in the area, allowing the people to do their shopping as well.

Chauth Mata Fair
Chauth Mata Temple is about 25 Km. from the sawai madhopur city in Chauth Ka Barawara town. This fair is organised on Magh Krishna Chaturthi . Lacs of People around Rajasthan and other states visit here for this Fair.

Shiv Ratri Fair
The Famous Dwadash (12th) Jotirling "Ghushmeshwar Mahadev" is 3 Km. from Iserda Railway Station on sawai madhopur - Jaipur Train Route in Shiwar Town. Thousands 0f people come here to seek blessings of Lord Shiva for prosperity in this fair

Rameshwaram Dham
Rameshwaram Dham is 60 kms. from sawai madhopur on the onfluence of Banas and Chambal river is Rameshwaram. It has a beautiful Shiva temple where a fair is held annually on Shiv Ratri.

The western part of India has a diverse food culture of its own and the district of Sawaimadhopur is also no exception. After coming to Sawaimadhopur, the travelers can try the popular delicacies like kebabs, kachori, laddoo, lachha parantha, safed maas and laal maas.