Mandi:

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Shivratri Fair Mandi Started by Raja Ajbar Sen
Chaichu Fair Pandoh Begins on 13th April every year
Nalwari Fair Karsog
Tseeshu Fair Mandi It is a Buddhist Festival to celebrate the birthday of Padmasambhava, a buddhist spiritual leader

Bilaspur:

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Nalwari Bilaspur A Cattle fair. W.Goldstein started the idea of this fair.
Naina Devi Bilaspur At Naina Devi Temple
Markanda Jhukhala

Chamba:

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Minjar Fair Chamba Started by Raja Sahil Verman. Devotees offer Minjars(Maize flowers) to God Varuna at river Ravi
Suhi Fair Bharmour Exclusive fair for Women and Children. Celebrated to pay tribute to Rani Naina Devi
Chhitrari Yatra Chhatrari
Phul Yatra Pangi In September-October
Manimahesh Yatra Chamba A pilgrimage to the sacred Manimahesh lake in Bharmaur. The yatra starts from the Lakshminarayan Temple in Chamba town

Solan:

Fair/Festivals

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Shoolini Fair Solan A tribute to Shoolini mata
Sari Fair Arki This Fair is known for Bull Fighting

Kangra:

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Nagini Fair Nurpur A religious fair
Kaleshwar fair Kangra celebrated on the Baisakhi day
Shivratri Fair Kathgarh Celebrated on the Shivratri day
Jwalamukhi Fair Jawala ji During Navratras
Dal Fair Dharamshala

Shimla:

Fair/Festivals

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Lavi Fair Rampur The most ancient Trade Fair. It is held in month of November
Pathar ka Khel Halog,Shimla Takes place on the second day of Diwali
Rohru Fair Rohru In April
Sippi Fair Mashobra
Buffalo Fair Kufri,Mashobra

Kullu:

Fair/Festivals Location Special Feature
Dussehra Kullu It begins with the arrival of Hidimba Devi from Manali. It was started by Raja Jagat Singh of Kullu.
Bhunda Festival Nirmand It is considered as the ‘Kumbha’ of the Hill people
Budhi Diwali Nirmand This Fair is associated with the battle of Mahabharat.
Sarhi Yatra Naggar In May
Dhungri Fair Manali Devoted to Goddess Hidimba

Hamirpur:

Fair/Festivals

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Special Feature

Holi Fair Sujanpur Festival of Colours
Gasota Fair Gasota An annual Cattle fair
Baba Balak Nath Fair DeotSidh Celebrated at the holy shrine of Baba Balaknathji
Hamir Festival Hamirpur Celebrated in Sep-Oct

Una:

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Chintpurni Fair Chintpurni
Piploo Fair Piploo Celebrated in the month of June

Sirmaur:

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Renuka Fair Renukaji Celebrated annually to commemorate the meeting of Lord Parshuram and his mother Renuka. Begins 10 days after Diwali
Bawan Dwadshi Fair Nahan In the memory of Raja Bali
Trilokpur Fair Trilokpur Devoted to Goddess Bala Sundari

Lahaul-Spiti:

Fair/Festivals

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Special Feature

Ladaracha Fair Kaza Held in the month of July marking the termination of summers
Pori Fair Trilokinath To worship Lord Trilokinath
Guitor Festival Lahaul and Spiti Celeberated in October. Known for Masked Dance.
Gochi Festival Keylong Celeberated in the month of February. Token child marriages are also performed.

Kinnaur:

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Fulaich Festival Kinnaur Known as Festival of Flowers.
Lossar Festival Lahaul-Spiti/Kinnaur A Tibetan New Year Festival. It is celeberated in February

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