Vautha Fair is the largest animal fair held in Gujarat which involves wholesome trading of camels donkeys and other animals Held on the grounds of Sangam Tirtha it is considered very auspicious and important by many communities For some people this fair is even more important than Diwali Sangam is considered as holy as the seven holy river waters mixed here the Vatrak merges with the Meshwo Hathmati Shedhi Majum and Khari before it then meets the Sabarmati so the locals call it Saptasangam meeting of seven For participation in the fair people are seen coming on trucks tractors camels jeeps and other wide ranging means of transport The animals bought for trading are beautifully decorated ornamented and cleaned to look their best

Vautha Fair is the largest animal fair held in Gujarat, which involves wholesome trading of camels, donkeys and other animals. Held on the grounds of Sangam Tirtha, it is considered very auspicious and important by many communities.

For some people this fair is even more important than Diwali. Sangam is considered as holy as the seven holy river waters mixed here: the Vatrak merges with the Meshwo, Hathmati, Shedhi, Majum and Khari before it then meets the Sabarmati, so the locals call it

Vautha Fair is the largest animal fair held in Gujarat, which involves wholesome trading of camels, donkeys and other animals. Held on the grounds of Sangam Tirtha, it is considered very auspicious and important by many communities.

For some people this fair is even more important than Diwali. Sangam is considered as holy as the seven holy river waters mixed here: the Vatrak merges with the Meshwo, Hathmati, Shedhi, Majum and Khari before it then meets the Sabarmati, so the locals call it "Saptasangam (meeting of seven)".

For participation in the fair people are seen coming on trucks, tractors, camels, jeeps and other wide ranging means of transport. The animals bought for trading are beautifully decorated, ornamented and cleaned to look their best.

Vautha Fair is the largest animal fair held in Gujarat, which involves wholesome trading of camels, donkeys and other animals. Held on the grounds of Sangam Tirtha, it is considered very auspicious and important by many communities. For some people this fair is even more important than Diwali. Sangam is considered as holy as the seven holy river waters mixed here: the Vatrak merges with the Meshwo, Hathmati, Shedhi, Majum and Khari before it then meets the Sabarmati, so the locals call it "Saptasangam (meeting of seven)". For participation in the fair people are seen coming on trucks, tractors, camels, jeeps and other wide ranging means of transport. The animals bought for trading are beautifully decorated, ornamented and cleaned to look their best.

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