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Taj Mahotsav

Taj Mahotsav

Experience the colours of joy and festivities all around during Taj Mahotsav at Agra. It is one of the eagerly awaited cultural festivals of Agra, celebrated from 18 to 27 February annually. Shilpgram, lies close to the eastern gate of the Taj Mahal serves as the venue for this event. The magic of spring and backdrop of the Taj Mahal exemplifies the fascination of this 10 day non-stop carnival.

Culturally vibrant, the Taj Festival showcases the finest Indian crafts and cultural divergence at one place. The richness of culture is a major draw for tourists from all across the globe.

The Taj festival begins with a procession enkindled by Mughal grandeur featured with caparison elephants, camels, master craftsan, drum beaters and folk artists who recreate the magic of glorious past of the Mughals.

Besides, tourists can treat their eyes with the exciting performances of folk artists from Sapera dance of Rajasthan, Dundelkhand, Lavani of Maharashtra and ‘Nautanki’ (Drama).

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Some of the world famous handicrafts are also displayed here that include:

  • Wood carvings from Saharanpur
  • Pottery of Khurja
  • Handmade carpets of Badohi
  • Silk of Banaras
  • Metalware from Moradabad
  • Chicken-work of Lucknow

The festivity does not end here, tourists can also treat their taste-buds with some of the exotic foods of India during this festival. The rich and vibrant blend of India’s diversity further adds more grace to the festival.

Engulf in the splendour of rich heritage and cultural legacies at The Taj Mahotsav in India!



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