The 4-day Nagaur Fair was celebrated with great enthusiasm and filled with exciting events. The fair attracted tourists from all over the world. It was a melange of cultural performances, heritage walk and various competitions. In a mega cultural evening, music filled the air with a folk performance by well-known singer, Rajnigandha Shekhawat. The Nagaur Fair was organised by Department of Tourism, Department of Animal Husbandry and the District Administration.
The fair began on 30 January morning with a Nagada-Shehnai performance at the Pashu Mela Ground. It was followed by Moustache competition, Turban tying competition and a culture evening.
The next morning (31 January) also began Nagada-Shehnai performance at the Pashu Mela Ground followed by Camel Decoration Competition, Camel Dance Competition and cultural performances by Moru Sapera and Western Zone Cultural Centre at Pashu Mela Ground. The Chief Guest for the cultural evening on 31 January was MLA Parbatsar, Shri Ramniwas Gawariya.
On 1 February there was a heritage walk from the Nagaur Fort (Ahhichatra Garh). It was followed by a puppet show, horse dance competition and a cultural evening at the Pashu Mela Ground. The highlight of the evening was a folk performance by Rajnigandha Shekhawat at Pashu Pradarshni Sthal.
The festival ended on 2 morning with a puppet show at the Pashu Mela Ground.