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List Of Fairs and Festivals in Dehradun City

Tapkeshwar Mela :-

It is held in February to celebrate Shivratri at the Tapkeshwar Temple, 5.5 km from Dehradun. Thousands of devotees congregate at this place on the day to offer prayers. 

Laxman Sidhha Fair
Lakshman Siddha is one of the four Siddhpeeths around Dehradun. It has immense religious importance. It is mainly a local religious fair held every Sunday, but last Sunday of April has a special significance, when people turn up in very large number and seen offering obeisance to the Samadhi here. It is about 10 kms away on Dehradun-Rishikesh road and can be easily approached by city bus. It is located about a km off the road inside jungle.

Bissu Fair
This fair is held at the Jhanda ground in cantonment area of Chakrata block of Dehradun district. It is about 3 kms from Chakrata. The fair reflects cultural heritage and tradition of Jaunsari tribe. A large number of people turn up in this fair from nearby Tehri, Uttarkashi and Saharanpur districts. The fair marks harvesting season in the area and reflects the happiness of the local people.

Lakhawar Fair
This is a rural fair which is held in the month of Sept.and Oct. It is a colourful festival of Gharwali people and a reflection of their culture and tradition and it is very popular in the neighbouring area of Chakrata, which is situated at a distance of 78 km. from Mussoorie.

Neelkanth Mahadev Fair
This fair is held at the temple of Neelkhanth Mahadev which is situated at an altitude of 1675 mts. from the sea level, on a hill above Swarg Ashram. Being one of the most revered temples of Rishikesh this place is very much important for piligrims. Every year a great fair is held in the month of July and August which is also a month of Bhadrapad in Hindu religion. At this time a visit to the temple is considered very auspicious.

Mahasu Devta's Fair
This is mainly a tribe fair in which the local Govt. provides the material for prayer or offering (Hawan).This fair is held at Hanol which is about 120kms. on the Chakrata Tyuni road. The fair takes place in August every year Thousands of participants throng the place on the occasion from the adjacent Tehri, Uttarkashi and Saharanpur district to celebrate this place .This fair has good significance among the local people and it is celebrated with great reverdness.

Jhanda Mela :- 

The Jhanda Fair marks the arrival of Guru Ram Rai, the Sikh Guru, at Dehradun.