The MARWAR CAMEL CULTURE FESTIVAL is a not-for-profit community festival.
We thank our festival partners for their generous support in making this event possible.
STEP 1 – BOOK YOUR PASS
- Free day pass for community members and local residents
- Access to LPPS campus, Camel Haat Craft Bazaar and Camel Cafe
- Access to Joba
- Access for programme events as available (on first come first served basis).
COMMUNITY DAY PASS does NOT guarantee admission at busy times.
- Festival day pass
- Guaranteed access to LPPS campus, Camel Haat Craft Bazaar and Camel Cafe
- Guaranteed access to Joba
- Seated admission to large tent for all free programme events.
Rs 200 per day
STEP 2 – ADD OPTIONAL FESTIVAL SESSIONS
Reception on 3rd November at 8.00pm
Meet our distinguished panelists and enjoy the taste of camel cheese and the flavours of the cuisine of Godwar. Registration until 31st October.
Rs. 1000 per person
Morning chai with camel herders at Joba
Enter the secret world of Raika pastoralists, learn about nature and herding skills, drink camel milk from an aak leaf and try chai cooked over a wood fire.
Rs. 250 per person (with own transport) OR
Rs. 500 per person (with jeep transport)
Sessions with Cheese maker Robert Paget
- 2 hour session with gourmet cheese maker from Austria
- practical introduction into the secrets of making delicious, camel, goat and buffalo cheese.
- Limit 10 people per session.
Rs. 350 per person
Saturday 4th November at 7pm
A magical night in a very special setting, with camel songs, Sufi and Rajasthani folk devotional songs by young virtuoso Asin Khan Langa with a group of talented Langa musicians and well-known female folk singer Sumitra Das.
Curated and presented by Jodhpur RIFF.
Rs 500 per person