The market is organized every month of November during Kartik Purnima full moon and it is an event of epic proportions, where more than 300 000 people come with about 20 000 camels and other cattle. Representatives of almost all tribes of Rajasthan are present there, especially those of Rabadi tribe, their families, many tourists, amateur and professional photographers. The place and the event are so much “photographic” that I felt fear of loosing permanently my interest to photography after having taken so many pictures of all that flashy and weird graphicness.
The history of this celebration spans more than 150 years. In many primitive agrarian societies, disputes over land and water usage were common since protocols for sharing these finite resources were seldom established. After numerous disputes and discussions, Ahmed Madani, a Sufi from the Madanya clan, finally instilled peace by ordering all Siwan men to attend a meeting in the mountain village of Dakrour, not far from Siwa. There the men were compelled to pray to God for harmony, each of them refusing to leave until all outstanding quarrels had been settled. It is these very meetings that mark the beginning of the Siwa festival.
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