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Gujarat and Mela. (1) Taranetar no Melo (Dhuliyo Melo): The most famous fair of Gujarat is the Taranetar fair. The precincts of Trinetreshwar temple are filled in Thangarh of Surendranagar district. Every rural Olympics is organized by the Gujarat government. (2) Vautha no Melo: The most famous fair in Gujarat. The fair is held at the confluence of seven rivers Hathamati, Sabarmati, Meshvo, Majam, Vatrak, Khari, Shedhi. The fair is held in Vautha village of Dholka taluka of Ahmedabad district. This is a cattle fair known for selling donkeys. Hence this fair is called donkey fair. (3) Shamalaji no Melo: This fair is held at Shamlaji on the banks of Meshwo river in Aravalli district. Shamlaji Fair is the longest fair in Gujarat which lasts for 21 days. This is the largest tribal fair in Gujarat. (4) Dakorno Manekthari no Melo: Filled in the precincts of the temple of Ranchodrayji in Dakor of Kheda district. (5) Bhavnath Fair: This fair is held at Bhavnath Temple at the foothills of Girnar in Junagadh. This fair is known for the procession of Aghori Bawa. (6) Palli Fair: This fair is held in Palli village of Gandhinagar district. In this fair, pure ghee is offered to Vardayini Mataji’s Palli. (7) Janmashtami Fair: This fair is held in many villages and cities in Gujarat on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Lord (8) Krushna. Green Circulation of Girnar: This circumambulation takes place up to 36 km in the forest of Girnar. (9) Bhadbhut Fair: This fair is held on the banks of river Narmada near Bhadbhuteshwar temple at Bhadbhut in Bharuch. This fair is held every 15 years. This fair is also called Kumbh Mela of Gujarat.(10) Chitra – Vichitra / Gunbhakhari Fair:
Chitra Vichitra’s Gunabhakhari Fair: This fair is held at Gunabhakhari in Khedbrahma taluka of Sabarkantha where the river Sabarmati converges.
 Palodar fair: Mehsana’s 64th Jogani Mata temple is full. This fair is a fair for rain forecasting.
 Ambaji’s Fair: Bhadarvi Poonam Fair is held at Ambaji in Banaskantha district. It is said that Mataji’s heart fell at this Ambaji which is also called Shakti Peeth or Golden Temple.
 Bahucharaji Fair: This fair of Chaitri Poonam at Bahucharaji in Mehsana district was started by her dear devotee Vallabh Mewada.
 Round donkey fair fair: This fair is held in Dahod district. This fair is a tribal fair. Tribals are called animals, beasts, birds, loving people. Is.
 Haji Pir Fair: Fairs are held at Hajipir in Kutch district. One of the three main fairs of Muslims is the fair of Urus, the second is the fair of Bhadiad Pir and the third is the fair of Mir Datar.
 The fair of Bhadiad Peer is held at Bhadiad in Dhandhuka taluka of Ahmedabad district. In this fair, a flag is hoisted by a Dalit man at the dargah of Bhadiad Pir. Worship is not hoisted by Garasia or Muslim com.

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 In this fair, Bhadiyad is removed to Kunda above the dargah of Pir, then the milk is given to the people by making tea for the second time next year and the milk is refilled and put back in its place.
 Mir Datar No Melo: Mir Datar No Melo This fair is held at Unawa in Unjha taluka of Mehsana district on the banks of river Pushpavati.
 Dances of Gujarat
 Garbo: The word Garbo is a female reader. The word Garbo is a masculine reader. Proud women play and men play proud. The word Garbo is derived from the word Garbhadeep in which women walk around Mataji’s place by placing a lamp in a perforated pot. This perforated pot symbolizes the body and the lamp inside it symbolizes the soul. This dance is performed for Shaktipuja. This dance is performed on Navratri Sharadpurnima Holi and Manglik Is.
 Comment Dance: Kharwan women of Veraval and Chorwad do it to grind lime while filling the dhabu.
 Dhamal Nritya is a 300 year old settlement of direct people in Jambusar village at Jafrabad in Amreli district. So the people are originally Muslims living in Africa. In this dance, there is a group of peacock feathers, small drums, mushira etc.
 Padhar dance: Padhara of Nalkantha is done in a circle with manjira. They keep their legs wide and do halesa. They do various postures while dancing half asleep. This dance is accompanied by a star etc. Patora who dances on the bank of the lake dances in a moving posture.
 Goff Gunthan dance is a dance of men. This is a dance of Koli com of Saurashtra in which dancers dance by holding a link on a tabla in the chowk and holding one end of a colored string in their hands. Due to which the knitting of the colored rope on the pillar is the murder of the goof knitting dance of men. This is a dance of Koli com of Saurashtra in which dancers dance by holding a link on a tabla in the chowk and holding one end of a colored string in their hands due to which the colored string is woven on the pole.

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 Dangi dance: The Dangi dance of the tribals of Dang district is known as Chalo.
 Mer Nritya: Only men’s dance.
 Raas: Raas became popular under the influence of Vaishnava sect. Rashi is a prominent dance of Saurashtra.
 Bhil dance This dance is performed at two places namely Panchmahal and Bharuch.
 Mandvi and Jaganritya: This dance is performed in Navratri in North Gujarat at Sanja, Meherwada and Rupal places and by placing Mandvi or Bhag on the sisters of Patidar Rajput etc. of Ahmedabad.

 Handkerchief Dance Thakoro of Mehsana district dances with handkerchiefs on the auspicious occasion of Holi and Mela and also wears masks of horses and other animals. But this dance happens.
 History of Gujarati painting
 Remains of painting in India have been found in Bhimbetka cave in Madhya Pradesh while in Gujarat relics have been found in the cave on the hill floor of Chamardi village in Bhavnagar. The paintings found in medieval history are not of the Salati style. Evidence of painting has been found in the 19th century style, new painting style and inscriptions.
 Sihor’s murals: Vakhtsinh attacks Thakor and after his victory he was photographed in the classroom and presented as a colorful picture. At present these pictures are preserved in the Gandhi Smriti Museum in Bhavnagar.

 Murals of Kutch: Theft of the village in the homes of the rich of Kutch and in the temples can be seen on the walls of Della.
 Murals of Amreli: Names and pictures of Padshinga of Amreli district of Damnagar have been found.
 Murals of Jamnagar: On the wall of Lakhota Mahal at Jamnagar is a picture of the battle of Bhucharmori.

 Murals of Vadodara: Murals of Vadodara were painted during the Peshwa rule. Faith was seen in the court and in the mansion.
 Pothi Chitra of Patan, Worli, Chitrakala is called Chitrakala of Gujarat.
 Gujarat painter Ravi Shankar Rawal who is known as Kalaguru. Kanubhai Desai, Somalal Shah, Khodidas Parmar, Rasiklal Parikh, Bansilal Sharma etc. are famous Gujarati painters.

 Gujarati classical musicians are Baiju Bawra, Tanariri Adityaram Vyas, Yashwant Purohit, Maharana Jashwant Singh, Nandan Mehta, Pandit Omkarnath etc.

 Folk music Folk music is a sensation of emotion derived from life and practice designed to entertain people.
 Folk musicians from Gujarat including Avinash Vyas, Ninu Majumdar, Dilip Dholakia, Ashish Desai, Diwaliben Bhil etc.

 In July 2018, Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Vijaybhai Rupani inaugurated the 18th Sanskritik Bhavan at Madhapar near Bhuj in Kutch in the 69th Vanutsav. When a place has religious, geographical or historical features, cultural forests are created. Performed by Shri Narendrabhai Modi since 2004.
 Dairies of Gujarat including Amul Dairy, Banas Dairy are in Banaskantha. Dudhsagar Dairy is in Mehsana. Madhapar Dairy is in Kutch and Bhuj. Gopal Dairy is in Rajkot today. Milk Sarita and the best dairy in Bhavnagar. Milk Dhara Dairy which is in Bharuch. Ajod and Abad Dairy which is in Ahmedabad. Vasundhara Dairy which is in Valsad. Baroda Dairy is in Vadodara. Dudh Sagar Dairy is in Surendranagar. Sumul Dairy is in Surat.
 Centers of Muslim faith: including Mir Datar, Delmal Dargah, Datar etc.
 The centers of faith of Swaminarayan Dharma are: Vadtal, Bachoshan Akshardham, Salangpur, Gadha etc.

 The centers of faith of Jainism are: Palitana, Bhadreshwar, Kothara Taranga, Shankheshwar, Mahudi, Sherisha, Pansar, Girnar Ambaji etc.
Centers of Parsi Faith: In Gujarat, Sanjan, Udvada are the centers of faith of the people of Parsi religion.
 Khamasa which is located in Ahmedabad is one of the centers of faith of the people of Judaism in Gujarat.

 Among the centers of Christian faith in Gujarat, Nishkalank Dham is in Vadodara and Bhadreshwar Khambolja which is located in Anand. Khambolja which is located in Anand.
Among the centers of faith in Hinduism are Somnath, Gupta Prayag, Ambaji, Balaram, Shamlaji, Bahucharaji, Unjha, Narayan Sarovar, Koteshwar, Galteshwar, Dakor, Kayavarohan etc.
 Gujarat’s architecture including Bhadra’s fort, Hathisinha’s dera, three gates, Sidi Sayyid’s lattice, Sarkhej’s Rojo, Dada Harini’s Vav, Kakaria Lake, Jumma Masjid, Rani Sipri’s Masjid, Adalaj’s Vav, Ambapur’s Vav, Mansa’s Ni Vav, Kamar’s Vav , Delwada no Timbo, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Somnath, Bhalkatirtha, Tulsishyam etc.

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