Touring in Rajasthan is appropriate in the month of September/October (the advent of winter season) since you will have a chance of visiting the unique festival "Marwar Festival" which is dedicated exclusively to folk music and dances. The Marwar Festival is held in the memory of folk heroes of Rajasthan for two days the full moon of the Hindu month of Sharad Purnima. The whole city Jodhpur comes alive with lively celebrations of the Marwar Festival in Rajasthan, as the duration of the festival is of two days and is celebrated with pomp and gaiety in Rajasthan.
The foremost attraction of the Marwar Festival is the classical folk music that is sung by various traditional musicians and local artists. As the music is symbolic Rajasthani style and speaks about the passionate and adventurous lifestyle of the rulers of Rajasthan. The Marwar festival is one of the unique festival of Rajasthan, known as Maand festival as the music is known as Maand.
The dancers make the festival much attractive by presenting good-looking folk dances that are exclusive to the state of Rajasthan. Dancers present some of the most daring and difficult dances that never fail to mesmerize viewers. One can see them balancing seven to nine pots on their heads and dancing elegantly while balancing themselves on the edge of a sword! The former times and days of yore are beautifully presented and one truly feels as though they have been moved through time. Therefore, don't let go of this amazing opportunity to amuse in the glory of pure Rajasthan spirit.