Since the commencement of Nalwari Cattle Fair by W. Goldstein in 1889, the great laurel of the fair has only been increased. The aura, the spectacle and the happiest hustle-bustle will pull you towards the place to explore to the fullest. The main concern of the fair is cattle trading. From across the state, cattle traders come and execute the trading.
Artifacts Hub- The fair is filled with local traders and shopkeepers who are selling traditional and conventional artifact items such as jewellery, paintings and many more.
Bullock Trade- The place witnesses a huge and massive trade in Bullock. While people from across the state can be seen dealing with each other on the same pact, the fair has also got the international reach.
Air- The first nearest airport is Shimla Airport and the second nearest airport is Chandigarh Airport. You can choose either of them by your preference. Once you reach the respective airports, you can hire bus or cab service to reach Bilaspur.
Rail- The nearest railway station is the Kiratpur Sahib Railway Station which is just 64 kilometres away from the Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh.
Road- Bilaspur district is well-connected with the roadways. It is easily accessible from Delhi, Chandigarh and some cities of Uttar Pradesh.
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17 March - 23 March 2020
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