Bhadrapada Ambaji Mela is a multicultural fair where not only Hindus but people from all religions take active participation. The fair is organised at one of the most ancient and revered temples in India ie: temple of goddess Ambaji, situated in the Ambaji village in Gujarat. The fair hold extreme significance specially among farmers as the month of the Bhadrapadaa, indicates the end of long monsoon harvest period and they come to pray for good and prosper yields ahead.

In the recent years, the fair has become very popular attracting lakhs of devotees from all over the India and abroad. Chanting holy mantras, stotras, rituals, special puja and other different ceremonies conducted inside the temple. Cultural programs like folk performances of Bhavai, Garba dance and many other cultural programs draw full attention of the visitors.


When is it held?

Bhadrapada Ambaji fair is held every year in August-September at Ambaji. It corresponds with the Hindu month of Bhadrapada. This fair is specifically important to farmers as it symbolizes the end of the busy monsoon season for them.

Previous Dates:

04th September 2009 (Friday)
23rd September 2010 (Thursday)
12th September 2011 (Monday)
30th September 2012 (Sunday)
19th September 2013 (Thursday)
9th September 2014 (Tuesday)

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