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PINJORE

ABOUT PINJORE:

 

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SIGHTSEEING AT A GLANCE

HOLY SITES

Kalka   Mansa Devi Temple

PARK & GARDENS

Yadavindra Gardens

 

ATTRACTIONS OF PINJORE

 

 

FAIRS AND FESTIVALS OF PINJORE

Baisakhi at Pinjore, a small town in Haryana, is a grand event that is celebrated with much pomp and gaiety among the locals as well as visitors from across the country. Baisakhi festival in Pinjore, Haryana is celebrated to mark the start of the wheat harvest season. The festival falls on 13th April every year and is also observed as the first day of the New Year as per the traditional Vikrami calendar in India. Baisakhi is celebrated to welcome the arrival of that time of the year when the farmers prepare for the harvesting of wheat. It is celebrated during 14th – 15th April every year.

Summers can never be complete without a good feast on delicious mangoes. The people of Pinjore Haryana know it well and the Mango Festival in Pinjore is a testimony to that. It takes place at the Yadavindra Gardens in Pinjore. The main idea behind the Mango Festival in Haryana is to enhance and highlight the tremendous popularity of mangoes. During the Mango Festival in Haryana, many different varieties of mangoes from all over India, from states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana and also from states like Himachal Pradesh and Punjab and a competition is held between mango growers from all over the country who enter their prized fruits at the competition during the Mango Festival. The visitors at the Mango Festival get the chance to taste all the different and traditional varieties of these summer fruits during this festival in Haryana. Various companies from the agro-industry and those companies in the food industry that process mangoes come and display their products at the Mango Festival. These products include different kinds of jam, pickles, and canned fruits. The stalls exhibiting and selling mangoes also have cultural programs and functions which are a part of the Mango Festival. The Mango Festival in Haryana takes place in the months of June or July.

The Festival is a three-day event organized & hosted by Haryana Tourism with the support of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. The Pinjore Heritage Festival is being celebrated in the month of December each year. The festival is celebrated by enthralling day performances by folk dance groups like kacchi Ghori, Bhangra Jindua, baazigar, Nachar, Nagada, Been Jogi, Himachali Nati. Kalbelia, Behroopiyas, Ghoomar Phag and Folk Singers, etc bring the pathways of the Gardens alive and entertain the visitors thoroughly. A number of competitions like rangoli, face painting, fancy dress, and mehndi applying are organized for the school students of Chandigarh and Panchkula during the day.

For more information, please visit: https://haryanatourism.gov.in

 

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