The Fair At Tarnetar
Trineteshwar Mahadev Fair The fair is held every year on the Bhadarva Sud 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th (Aug-Sep) near Surendranagar. This three days fair is held at Temple of Shiva or Trinetreshwar (Three Eyed God) popularly known as Tarnetar , The beauty of this fair lies in the spontaneity with which the people joyously break into folk songs and folk dances to the rhythmic accompaniments of drums and an assortment of folk instruments. The Umbrellas are delightful treat for a connoisseur of art, meticulously embellished with mirror work intricate embroidery and enchanting lacework.
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Beginning of the Tarnetar Fair Dhwaja Video
 

Dhwaja Arohan and Procession
TheTarnetar Fair is initiated with the hoisting of a huge Flag on the dome of the Trinetreshwar Temple. The flag is hoisted every year only
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Holy Waters Dhwaja Video
 

The Trinetreshwar temple has itself witnessed many historical occasions and the carvings on the walls of the temple speak a thousand stories. - click for more here.


People at Tarnetar
 

Gujarat - a land of exuberant celebrations. The state has its unique festivities interspersed with a variety of traditions and religious rituals followed by people belonging to various tribes. click for more here.


Rural Olympics
 

The Tarnetar Fair is known for its various dance and sports competition competitions. The competitions include the Horse cart race, Doha (Poem Recitation)
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Colorful Umbrella

Another distinctive feature of the Fair is the Tarnetar Chhatri ( Umbrella ). These umbrellas are a delightful treat for a connoisseur of art, meticulously embellished with mirror work, intricate embroidery and enchanting lacework

Gujarat - a land of exuberant celebrations. The state has its unique festivities

Every religion has a festival to celebrate. The variety of folk dances and songs lend vivid splashes of colour and music to the atmosphere that is already charged with excitement and flavored with a meaningful identity.

The Tarnetar Fair is one such festival held at the Tarnetar village. This small and otherwise calm village is situated in the 'Panchal' region of Gujarat. The Tarnetar fair is an annual festival denoting colour, vivacity, ebullience, prayers and rituals.
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