Hardika Dayalani and Ritayan MukherjeeRead Bio
Articles by Hardika Dayalani and Ritayan Mukherjee
Sep 11, 2019
At Gujarat’s Tarnetar Fair, matchmaking and cultural celebration go hand in handEvery year in the month of September, Gujarat’s Tarnetar village gears up for a much-awaited three day-long fair. The Tarnetar Fair, however, is like no other — it’s a marriage mart, with families matchmaking, and women and men looking for prospective partners at the carnival.
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