International Lavi Fair Rampur Shimla Himachal Pradesh

Lavi fair is one of the most famous fair of Himachal Pradesh celebrated in the Rampur region of Shimla district. The distance from Shimla to Rampur is 133kms. Lavi fair held in the coming of winter season and is held in the bank of Satluj River. In earlier time Rampur was a famous trading center, where the people of Tibetan, Chinese and Afghanistan sold their country's items. Lavi Fair is being celebrated from 500 years.

This festival held in 11th November to 14th November for the period of three days. There are many stars and celebrities taking part in this fair and show him/her performance at night in various cultural programmes. Many local residents and visitors from Himachal come at night to see the performance of stars. There are a large number of people and tourists coming to Rampur Bushahr in November month to see this fair. Lavi fair shows the ancient culture of Himachal Pradesh. Stunning Pashmina is the famous thing which can be bought by the customers numbers at this fair. There are other agriculture products which are sold in a large number of this fair like dry fruits.

This fair is symbol of trade relationship between China and Tibet. This fair was celebrated at the time of Raja Kesar Singh,Riyast of Rampur. Lavi fair is a symbol of relief and peace. This festival creates a happiness environment. Due to this reason, this fair gain International honour, so now this fair is an international fair of Himachal Pradesh


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