A good number of fairs are held in the 10th day of the month of Bhadra, to mark the birth of Tejaji. Many tales are present about this legendary figure. In
Tejaji's fairs rituals are made to cure snake-bite. In Guna district at
Bhamavad village there is a platform on which a statue of Tejaji on his horse is installed. Every year during the fair many persons come with pieces of cloth round their necks. This they unknot near the platform and as soon as they untie it, they become unconscious only to regain it after water and milk are sprinkled on their faces. Similar rituals are witnessed in the fairs held at
Sagar village of the same area and at Rawati of Ratlam district.
In the months of Asadha and Bhadra, at Deotalab (Rewa) the Somnath
SankarjikaMela and Tejaji fair draw thousands of people. The Triveni ka Mela held at Ratlam and the
Singaji Jatra held at Piplyavilage of Nimad encourage the people to attend fairs occurring in
Kartika at Ujjain, Mandhata (Nimad), Naya Gaon and numerous other places. The
KumbhaMela is held after every twelve years at Ujjain.