The biggest tribal fair is held at Baneshwar at the confluence
of Mahi, Som and Jhakham, which are believed to be holy rivers of the region. A
number of tribals from Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan gather to immerse
the mortal remains of the dead. They worship, sing and dance on Magh Purnima,
sometime in the month of February, which is considered to be a holy period in
this region. It starts in Magh Shukla Gyaras and Magh Krishna Panchami (peak
period of this fair is Magh Purnima).
This is a
colorful and traditional fair held every year from
Chaitra Thrayodashi to Chaitra Shukla Duje. The Bhils gather to take a holy dip in the tank near the
temple with idols of Pandavas. They demonstrate their faith in the holy mango
trees and Kaila Pani.
This is an important fair of the tribals and is held on
Margshirsha Purnima. At this fair the tribals o Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh &
Gujarat participate and they pay tribute to Guru Govindgiri, founder of the Samp
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