From the time immemorial, both annual and weekly fairs or melas have been an integral part of rural India. In old days, numerous fairs and festivals held time to time brought out the true spirit of the common-man and their mundane society. Village-folks (both men and women) went to these colourful affairs to trade their produces, buy what they require and entertained themselves by scrumptious foods & drinks, music groups, dancing troupes, open theatres, singing girls and gambling. These days, Indian tourism industry have starting branding prominent fairs to promote the traditional handicrafts, rich vibrant culture, and lively lifestyle of the country which attracts not only the urbanites but also the Western world. Each region proudly celebrate fairs themed either on the change of seasons, regional customs or religious rituals. Each fair among the multitude has its own unique legend and significance which often awe the Western travellers.