Minjar Mela, celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of the Shravana month, or August. It celebrates the triumph of the king of Chamba over the Trigarta ruler.
This celebration is held in the long stretch of August and it proceeds for seven days.
Minjar Fair is an occasion on which individuals in the Chamba Valley sit tight for all year.
Beginning of reasonable is d by dispersion of Minjar which is a silk decoration worn on front part of the dress by people alike.
Tuft symbolizes the shoots of paddy and maize which show up around this time.
Chamba town wears a beautiful look with each individual turning out in best clothing.
Most piece of the Chaugan is changed over into business sector and individuals to energetic business amid this week.
Games and social projects are composed.
Individual in thousands take an interest in this celebration from inside and outside the State.
Lord Raghuvira is mainly worshiped, and on the last day, tribute is also paid to the Ravi river.
Some Locals perform many folk dances and songs, known as Kunjari Malhar during the festival.
7 DJ’s night held in this fair on which many Punjabi and other singers will perform.
A lot of markets established in the main Chaugan of Chamba where people from all over the country will come to sell their products.
Many swings are also there for the children enjoyment and lots of other stuff for the people to enjoy.
On the last day, the third Sunday the exhilaration, colorfulness and eagerness achieves its crescendo, when the brilliant Minjar parade of the divinities joined by moving troupes,
Customarily attired local people, conventional drum blenders alongside Police and Home Guards band, starts its walk from Akhand Chandi Mahal and goes to the bank of the Ravi River.