About Vautha Fair
This reasonable is held each year at Vautha, where two waterways, the Sabarmati and the Vatrak meet. Vautha reasonable site is otherwise called Saptasangam as it is at the juncture of seven waterways. Legends indicate that Lord Kartik or Kartikeya, the child of Lord Shiva and Parvati, went to the site. Kartik, prominently known as Muruga, is the leader of the armed force of the Devas. Proper Kartikeya is dedicated and Kartik Purnima is organized between Kartik's full moon night of Gujarati month.
The most vital Shiva sanctuary here is the sanctuary of Siddhanath. Around 4,000 jackasses are brought each year available to be purchased, for the most part by Vanjara wanderer brokers. Jackasses are painted in ious hues and beautified and this is a noteworthy feature of the reasonable. Vautha Mela pulls in excess of 500,000 individuals. The pioneers who visit Vautha amid the reasonable are from a few groups and incorporate ranchers, workers and individuals having a place with a few ranks.