(Last Updated on : 27/12/2011)
Banashankari Devi fair is held annually in January on the full moon day and lasts for 10 to 12 days. The major attraction is the Rathotsava or car festival. Agricultural tools, utensils and other articles of domestic needs are bartered and the villagers make many purchases at this fair. The streets around the temple are taken over by the huge fair, marked by colour and gaiety.
Banashankari Devi fair is held at Badami in the state of Karnataka
. The fair is associated with the Banashankari Temple
. During the fair, agricultural implements, utensils, and other articles of domestic needs are exhibited for sale.
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