Introduction to the Deva Fair in Uttar Pradesh
The spirit of secular India is probably best manifested in the fairs and festivals that are celebrated in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The pomp and grandeur that marks the celebration of Diwali is equally visible at the time of Muharram. People belonging to all religions participate whole heartedly. The Deva Fair is one such fair that promotes communal harmony and national integration.
Description of the Deva Fair in Uttar Pradesh
Deva is a small place located at a distance of about 10 km from Barabanki. The shrine of famous Sufi saint Haji Waris Ali Shah is located at Deva. He is highly respected and revered by members of the Muslim community.
|Fairs and Festivals in Uttar Pradesh|
|Ayudha Puja||Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava|
|Barsana Holi Mathura||Bateshwar Fair|
|Dadjee Ka Huranga||Dadri Mela|
|Deva Mela Barabanki||Diwali Festival Uttar Pradesh|
|Ganga Dussehra||Holi Festival Uttar Pradesh|
|Janmashtami Mathura and Brindhavan||Kailash Fair Agra|
|Kampil Fair||Lucknow Festival|
|Maha Shivratri Varanasi||Muharram Lucknow|
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The commemorative ceremony of this honored soul is held annually. It is on this occasion of Urs that a large fair is held at Deva. The most interesting aspect of the Deva fair is that it not only attracts people from different parts of the country but also from Pakistan and other Islamic countries in the Middle East.
There is a general feeling of well being and understanding. This fair contributes to strengthening ties with the neighboring countries. The visitors mingle freely with our country men and participate whole heartedly in the merriment and festivities. They visit the Sufi shrine to offer their prayers and then these pilgrims get involved in all the fun and enjoyment.
Time for celebrating the Deva Fair in Uttar Pradesh
This fair is held in the months of October and November.
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|Festivals in October 2013|
|Festival Name||Festivals Day/Date|
|Gandhi Jayanti||2 Oct, Wednesday|
|Navratri||5-13 Oct, Saturday(starting)|
|Bir thday Guru Ramdas ji||9 Oct, Wednesday|
|Durga Puja||9-14 Oct, Wednesday(starting)|
|D asara Fair||13 Oct, Sunday|
|Ayudha Mela||13 Oct, Sunday|
|Kota Dussehra||13 Oct, Sunday|
|Dussehra||14 Oct, Monday|
|Id_ul_Zuha||16 Oct, Wednesday|
|S harad Purnima||18 Oct, Friday|
|Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti||18 Oct, Friday|
|Ga jalaxmi Puja||19 Oct, Saturday|
|Karva Chauth||22 Oct, Tuesday|
|Pus hkar Fair||30 Oct - 6 Nov, Wednesday(starting)|
|Manektari Punam Fair||October|
|Rajgir Dance Festival||October|
|Kal laji Fair||October|
|Rayalaseema Dance and Festival||October|
|Pinjore Heritage Festival||October|
|Sri Vithappa Fair||October|