Did you miss the Jaipur Gangaur Festival yet again? Have you never got a chance to see the Gangaur Fair Jaipur? Then this fascinating Gangaur festival video by Jaipur-based photographer Abhishek Kumawat is the best way to experience the Gangaur festival in Jaipuri Style - Slow, Expressive and Colourful. Have a look and do share with fellow Jaipurites and your friends from outside!

Other than this beautiful video by Abhishek, who resides in Vidhyadhar Nagar, Jaipur, we also bring you some stunning photographs from the Jaipur Gangaur Festival 2017 by several talented photographers and locals who love clicking experiences just as a hobby! Let's see a few glimpses of Jaipur Gangaur here!

Jaipur Gangaur Procession by Jai Daswani

Vibrant colours of Jaipur come alive during Gangaur Festival

Image by Rohan Jain

Folk artists presenting the famous Kalbelia dance during Gangaur procession Jaipur by Jai Daswani

Folk Dancer captured by Yashansh Vijay

Elephants, the Royal Ride during Gangaur Procession

Image Source: Rajasthan Weekly

The Shahi Sawari of Gangaur, captured by beautiful-jaipur

Read more about the Gangaur Festival of Jaipur, which is one of the most popular festivals of the pink city.


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