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Orig­i­nally a cat­tle and camel trade fair, it has evolved into a fes­ti­val that also in­cludes mu­sic, dance, games and com­pe­ti­tions rep­re­sent­ing the cul­ture of Ra­jasthan. Pulling some 200,000 lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional at­ten­dees an­nu­ally, the fair co­in­cides with Kar­tik, the eighth lu­nar month of the Hindu cal­en­dar, con­sid­ered the holi­est month and the prime time to take a dip in Pushkar Lake. Hin­dus be­lieve do­ing this pro­motes spir­i­tual well­ness and helps them at­tain sal­va­tion.

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