Enjoy colours of Rajasthan with Kumbhalgarh festival

Enjoy colours of Rajasthan with Kumbhalgarh festival

Kumbhalgarh Festival 1st December to 3rd December.

Enjoy colours of Rajasthan with Kumbhalgarh festival

The Kumbhalgarh festival is organised by Rajasthan Tourism Department commemorating Maharana Kumbha’s contribution towards art and culture. The magnificent Kumbhalgarh fort is watched by people with eyes wide open who keep thinking about the great wall for days altogether.

Saturday 1st December is the day when the colours of Rajasthan and other states will come live before your eyes. Enjoy the Kumbhalgarh Festival which begins tomorrow.

The 3-day Kumbhalgarh festival brings along art and culture and some competitions to bring out the spirit of zeal and enthusiasm among the visitors. The nation’s famous artists are going to be a part of this festival to entertain people. The programmes of the festival are as follows:

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The festival will begin at 11 a.m. with Ghoomar, Kalbeliya dance and Kachchi Ghodi dance in the Yagya Vedi Chowk of Kumbhalgarh followed by classical dance Kathak by Sayani Chavda of Kolkata in the evening. The second day will be marked by most hilarious competition of Tug of War (rope pulling) between domestic and foreign tourists. Turban tying competition will take place on all three days.

Enjoy colours of Rajasthan with Kumbhalgarh festival

The festival will also have Sufi song performances, Rajasthani folk dance and music and classical songs and dance. The most important performance will that be of Gulabo-the Rajasthani dancer who has gained international fame because of her flexible dance moves in the form of Sapera (snake) dance. No one can forget her “kaalyo kood padyo mela mein” and would love to see perform live for the visitors.

Enjoy this grand festival from 1st December to 3rd December-2018

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