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Essay, Paragraph or Speech on “A Visit To A Fair” Complete Paragraph or Speech for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation and other classes.

A Visit To A Fair

Essay No. 01

A visit to a fair is very interesting and entertaining. A village fair presents a colorful and lively spectacle. The Baisakhi fair occupies a unique place in the almanac of Indian festivals. It is held on the first day of the month of Baisakhi every year. The harvesting season is over. It marks the advent of summer. The farmers have stored enough grain. They are full on new hopes and new joys. Their granary is full. Even the small farmers have stored enough wheat. Every heart is happy at such a time. The fair is generally held outside the village or town. It is held near some temple or tank. Small shopkeepers and vendors set up their stalls and hand carts. People from neighboring villages throng the place. Young and old, men women and children in colorful clothes come to see the fair. Hawkers, sweet-meat sellers and balloon-sellers cry their wares at the top of their voice. Somewhere a juggler is seen showing his tricks to the people. Sadhus wearing saffron clothes and beggars carrying bowls in their hands are seen at the fair. Farmers come on foot, in carts and on camel back. Many people go round the fair. The Red Cross stall draws a big rush. The mike announcements about some child lost of found distract the attention of the people. Children enjoy swings and merry-go-rounds. Outside the arena, wrestling tournaments are held in the afternoon. Races and Bhangra dance attract the attention of the people. Everybody seems to be in a merry mood. The Baisakhi fair leaves a long echo behind.

 

Essay No. 02

 

A Visit to Fair

The fairs are common in our life. They make our life enjoyable. People wait eagerly for them as they enjoy themselves on these days.

Almost all fairs are common in villages, towns and cities. But in cities the fairs are much bigger and are held with more pomp and show.

In Delhi, Diwali fairs have become very famous. At every festival, a number of fairs are held in different corners of the city.

This year, I went to see a grand fair held at Ramlila Grounds during Diwali. I went with my parents. We went there by bus.

The bus was packed with people and roads were unusually busy. People were going to different directions.

At Ramlila grounds, there was a huge crowd of people at the entry itself. One had to get in a queue for the entry tickets. After getting tickets we entered the fair.

It was all very colourful. Two elephants were there at the entrance to welcome the people.

In the fair, there were over 200 stalls of different items. The sweet stalls were over-crowded. People were standing in queue for their turn to come.

The sweet sellers were doing brisk business. My mother wanted to do some shopping, so we went to different stalls which had clothes, utensils, handicraft and jewellery.

There was one stall I liked very much. It was full of wooden toys. My father bought me a wooden doll and a soldier.

They were ally beautiful and looked real. Children were buying toys, fireworks and candles. I also bought some candles and fireworks.

Some children were taking free rides on horses and camels. I also enjoyed a ride on the horse. After roaming about, we felt hungry. We had food at food stall. It was neat and clean. After food, I also had a cold drink.

While coming back, I pleaded with my father to take a ride on the merry-go-round. All of us enjoyed the ride very much. It was a good fun.

After the ride, we started for home. It was a day which I thoroughly enjoyed. Fairs are a lot of fun.

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  1. Situ says:

    Fairs and festivals are very common in India. Fairs let the people get together to make merry, drown differences if any and create better understanding among them. Some fairs last for a few days. In such fairs temporary bazaars and stalls are set up.

    Last Sunday I and some of my friends made a plan to visit a fair held in a nearby village, Ramgarh. There is a temple and people worship Goddess Durga there. As fixed we reached the fair at about 10 o’clock. We had enough time, so there was no hurry. First of all we went to the temple, worshipped the Durga, offered prasad and finally started for sight seeing.

    The actual fair was a place of great pomp and show. There were shops of general items, toys and sweets all decorated nicely and had irresistible attraction for people of all age groups. We saw huge crowd at almost every shop. Men, women and children in their gaudy dresses, looked veiy busy in doing this or that. There was a great rush outside the temple gate. People were standing in a queue with an earnest desire to have a glimpse of Goddess Durga.

    There was hustle and bustle everywhere in the fair. All were enjoying it (the fair) in their own way. Young girls and newly wedded brides were seen busy in buying radiant bangles of various colours and sizes from the bangle-sellers. Newly married ladies made a lot of purchases of cosmetics.

    Elderly ladies were not less busy. They were buying goods of household utility. There were hawkers too at several places, all crying in different tones to sell their goods. We were getting amused by their tones and gestures.

    The whirling and turling merry-go-rounds with cracking sounds were also a centre of attraction especially for the young children. They were enjoying rides on them. Some people were dancing to the beating of drums. Their folk dance was worth- seeing and we watched it with great happiness.

    There were snake-charmers and jugglers too. The rope dancers and magicians were also busy in their different activities. We saw in one corner some foretellers. There was also a great rush. I too wished to go there and know my future. But soon my inner voice prohibited me from doing this and I with my friends moved on. I thought I should not believe in fate but in hard work which alone can bring all success in life.

    The whole fair was full of activity. There were some volunteers and scouts who were helping the people in several ways. Some were regulating the traffic; some were providing water to the thirsty while some were engaged in restoring the lost children to their parents. There were good police arrangements to maintain law and order.

    In the evening the fair came to an end. People began to return to ‘their homes. We too came back with a nice feeling. The fair is, no doubt, a good source of knowledge about the varied life of our country and we must visit it whenever we have suitable time.

    • Sidharth says:

      Thankyou sir ❤️❤️

    • Nihal Alam says:

      Fairs and festivals are very common in India. Fairs let the people get together to make merry, drown differences if any and create better understanding among them. Some fairs last for a few days. In such fairs temporary bazaars and stalls are set up.

      Last Sunday I and some of my friends made a plan to visit a fair held in a nearby village, Ramgarh. There is a temple and people worship Goddess Durga there. As fixed we reached the fair at about 10 o’clock. We had enough time, so there was no hurry. First of all we went to the temple, worshipped the Durga, offered prasad and finally started for sight seeing.

      The actual fair was a place of great pomp and show. There were shops of general items, toys and sweets all decorated nicely and had irresistible attraction for people of all age groups. We saw huge crowd at almost every shop. Men, women and children in their gaudy dresses, looked veiy busy in doing this or that. There was a great rush outside the temple gate. People were standing in a queue with an earnest desire to have a glimpse of Goddess Durga.

      There was hustle and bustle everywhere in the fair. All were enjoying it (the fair) in their own way. Young girls and newly wedded brides were seen busy in buying radiant bangles of various colours and sizes from the bangle-sellers. Newly married ladies made a lot of purchases of cosmetics.

      Elderly ladies were not less busy. They were buying goods of household utility. There were hawkers too at several places, all crying in different tones to sell their goods. We were getting amused by their tones and gestures.

  2. Situ says:

    Very good essay

  3. Sunita Ojha says:

    Nice essay

  4. Nancy Rajput says:

    NYC….. Well done yrr….

  5. Mahaprajna says:

    Very nice eassy. thanks

  6. Tann Tann says:

    Love this essay

  7. Satyam says:

    Very nice

  8. Ayan Mahfooz says:

    I am the student of class5 .My mam do this essay in my class

  9. ummed says:

    In our village we hold a fair every year in the month of April. I visited the fair this year. A temporary market was setup there. Some shopkeepers from the neighboring towns and also come there. They sold almost everything.
    Villagers from the neighboring villages came there to visit the fair. Hundreds of animals were bought and sold. Women and children were in there best dresses. They were happy. They bought readymade garments, sweets and toys.
    There were wrestling and kabaddi matches. They attracted a large number of villagers. The children enjoyed magic shows and the mary-go-round.
    The villagers visited the temple of goddess Durga and offered sweets. This fair lasted for three days. Everybody enjoyed it very much.

  10. Deep Hazra says:

    Nice essay

  11. gofty says:

    good one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Khowal says:

    Gadar ha

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