India is a land of festivals, fairs, celebrations and feasts. Every season brings with it occasions for celebrations. The students of Courage (Red) House of DPS Lava presented the morning assembly on the Nagaur Fair. The Nagaur Fair is one of the largest cattle fairs in the country. It is held annually in February. Rajasthan is dotted with fort and palaces, fascinating wildlife and golden sandy desert. Rajasthan is not only famous for its majestic forts and tales of love and courage but it is equally famous for the fairs and festivals. The fairs and festivals of Rajasthan have a unique significance and impact on the lives of the native people. One such festival is the Nagaur Festival. This festival is celebrated with a lot of zeal and gusto among the people and a lot of tourists flock to this place to enjoy the unique flavour of this festival. Nagaur is located half way between Bikaner and Jodhpur in Rajasthan. The fair is renowned for trading in cows, bullocks, camels and horses. People come from far and wide to buy and sell cattle. Another attraction of the fair is the Mirchi Bazaar. Wooden items, iron crafts and leather accessories as well as local handicrafts, cloth and jewellery are on sale during the fair. Various games and sports like camel races, horse races, tug of war, cock fights and even longest moustache competitions are organised and are immensely popular. Jugglers, puppeteers and story tellers display their skills and craft. The evenings are made magical by the folk musicians and dancers of Rajasthan. Students presented glimpses of the Nagaur fair thereby bringing a slice of Rajasthan and the festivity to the school.