While watching Ramayan, did you ever feel like joining Ramji’s army or fight alongside Veer Hanuman. Well, believe it not, you can get this experience in a small village near Jaipur, Rajasthan. Rajasthan’s also got to show some experiential ‘Bay’.
In Bay Village of Sikar district, Dussehra is celebrated not by burning the effigies of Ravan but locals divide themselves into two groups and enact a war between armies of Ram and Ravan. Believe it or don’t the enthusiasm is so high as though a real war is being fought. Step into to a real but not so real Ramayan Yudh Bhoomi.
The two armies fight a long battle with Ram’s army emerging as the winner. The victory is celebrated by carrying out a procession accompanied by specular fireworks.
The grand procession has 24 tableau depicting different manifestations of God. It’s like watching a live high-quality slideshow of series of events.
The Village has crafted its own unique identity the way Dussehra is celebrated here. The tradition is an enthralling 160+ years old and is still kept alive. The celebrations cut across different religions, age groups and everyone participates with many thrills, sportiveness.
Meals: Lunch at the village
Activities: Rural Living