Fair Held

Some articles on fairs, fair, fair held, held:

Culture Of Gujarat - Fairs and Festivals - Fairs
... are celebrated in Gujarat—the state is known as the land of fairs and festivals ... Some of these fairs and festivals are as follows The Bhavnath Mahadev Temple, situated at the foot of Mount Girnar in the city of Junagadh, is the site of the ... When the puja (prayer ceremony) starts, Naga Bavas (naked sages) living nearby move towards the fair seated on elephants, holding flags and blowing conch shells ...
Baneshwar Fair
... Baneshwar fair is a popular tribal fair held in Dungarpur district in Rajasthan state of India ... The fair is held in the month of February at Baneshwar, a small delta formed by the river Soma and, 50 km from Dungarpur ... This fair is a major fair of the tribals ...
St Giles' Fair
... St Giles' Fair (also St Giles Fair) is an annual fair held in St Giles', a wide thoroughfare in central north Oxford, England ... It is unusual for an English fair, being held in a major street of a city and blocking traffic for its two-day duration in September each year ... The fair is organised by the Oxford City Council with the London and Home Counties section of the Showmen's Guild of Great Britain ...

Famous quotes containing the words held and/or fair:

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    Doris Lessing (b. 1919)

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    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)