The district pf Barmer is famous for its rich folk culture. Priest singers called Bhopas, who reside here, compose and sing music during festivals to honor the deities and heroes of the war. There also lies a community of Muslim dholis whose primary occupation is drumming, and they are called to play at festivals and weddings. Carved furniture made of wood and block printing are some of the traditional art forms of the region. \nThe walls of most of the mud houses are adorned with beautiful folk motifs. Several fairs and festivals are organized in Barmer round the year. The Barmer Festival held during March is one such important event and is a major tourist attraction in Barmer. People in the region trade cattle, mainly camels, during Mallonath Fair. Gangaur, Diwali, Navaratri, and Holi are other important festivals that are celebrated in Barmer.
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