-the “Bishu of Jorna”(Pul Bahal) in Chaupal is held on 14th & 15th of Baishakh (April) every year, to honor Shirgul Devta
–Jorna Thodo Is played in this Fair.
This fair is held in village Bharara near Kumharsain The fair is held on the 1st of Jaistha(May), It is being celebrated from ancient times. Devta Koteshwar is brought in the fair
Purag Fair (Shimla):
It is celebrated In Kotkhai either from 9th to 11th or from 11th to 13th Baishakh (April ) in honour of the Mahadev Devta, who is carried in Kamahli, a silver pot, to river Giri to bathe ceremoniously and is then brought back.
-Thalog Fair (Bishu) is held at the end of Baishakh in Pargana Jakholi
This fair is held in village Guman in Rohru tehsil in the month of November. for three days in honour of Devta Bansor, Parshu Ram and Kilbaru.
Lavi fair of Rampur is the most important fair of the district and state.
-It is a commercial fair held in Kartika (November).
-It is said that the fair was related to the signing of trade treaty between the erstwhile Bushahr State and Tibet.
-The shepherds of Kinnaur migrate to warmer places before the on set of winter and on their way they halt at Rampur.
-It is a very old fair and entirely related to the sale and purchase of goods. ‘
This fair is celebrated in the month of Baisakha(May) for two days.
-The fair is a very old one and is held in front of the Durga Devi temple by a large gathering who throng the place from the neighbouring areas. It is believed that a Rana of Badoli lived in Chakroth near Mahasu. He had built Durga temple there. After the abolition of his jagir the Rana left the village and the vilagers of Mahasu constructed a temple of Durga in their own village and to commemorate the occasion they started the fair. ‘
This fair is held in village Halog of tehsil Shimla. Halog was the capital of erstwhile Dhami state. The fair is held on the second day of Diwali in the month of Kartik(November). In ancient times human sacrifice,it is said, used to be offered to goddess Kali every year at the spot where the fair is now held. It is also said that on this day the widow of a ruler of the state performed ‘Satti’ and that before doing so she had ordered to make human sacrifice henceforth. Human sacrifice was stopped after sometimes. Stone throwing fight between two parties is the main attraction of the fair and whatever blood oozes out from the wounds caused by injuries on the bodies of the participants is collected and offered to the Kali.
This fair is held every year in Sihpur below Mashobra on the 1st of Jaistha(may) in honour of Sip Devta. It is very old fair and the Rana of Koti used to be the chief visitor.
This fair is held in Rohru on the 9th and 10th of Baiskha (April) on the banks of river Pabbar in honour of Devta Shikru.