No matter what, Ranthambore Festival is something for which you can dump any of your weekend plans. Plan the year’s first weekend in Rajasthan and you will cherish this experience throughout the year for sure. Extraordinary ambience, aboriginal music, mouth watering and Rajasthani cuisines are some highlights of the festival. This event is becoming a revitalizing platform and a major forum for wildlife lovers and folk music lovers.
The fair showcases some of the best in Rajasthani folk music by offering an ultimate platform for regional artists and conversationalists. It has a spark of glorious Indian history along with a glimpse of upcoming possibilities and opportunities in music. This not-for-profit cultural affair pays heed on the preservation of folk music as well as wildlife and nature by supporting Puqaar Foundation. Would you like to see Royal Bengal Tigers? If so, you can find them nowhere, but at Ranthambore Festival.
Leading conservationists, social specialists and business leaders, etc. come together for a series of interactive board discussions on various matters affecting Indian music, natural world, Indian heritage, regional arts and more. Wildlife photography, music, yoga and meditation workshops are some major attractions of the event. What is more? Heritage walks and hot-air balloon rides, etc. are there to make your weekend full of excitement and delight. In order to please your taste buds, a good number of Rajasthani delicious cuisines are there.
The entry is free, but for some workshops, shows and performances, you need to buy tickets. To access all the sections of the festival, you can opt for a pass. Go online to claim for all-inclusive pass and tickets including accommodation.
The Ranthambore Festival is a three-day festival and going to be held between Jan 27 to 29, 2017. Opt for passes and get ready for an awesome weekend.