Here is your short paragraph on Minjar-Ka-Mela:
This is a rain festival of Himachal Pradesh falls every year in the Bikrami month of Shravan.
The celebration lasts for a weak in Chamba, a town in Himachal Pradesh that is associated with the worship of rain and land.
As the festival begins and concludes on a Sunday, it might be possibly be connected with Sun worship which is still prevalent in some of the interior regions.
Some believe that it is celebrated to worship Varuna—the God of water. Everyone in Chamba wears a silken tassel with stalks of Minjar, the maize plant, as a symbol of their prayers for good harvest.