Why Taj Mahotsav is a must visit festival

Taj Mahotsav, an annual extravaganza showcasing the rich culture of our country is back and we can’t wait to be a part of it. The 10 day long carnival is a platform for all the fine artists of India to display their rich arts, crafts, cultures, cuisine, dance and music. Organised by the UP government, Taj Mahotsav is a source to increase Indian tourism.

1. Taj Mahotsav: The cultural bonanza

Started in the year 1992, this marvelous festival is a bonus and a treat for the eyes of the people who are a part of it each year. About 400 artisans get a platform to come and showcase their exquisite works of art during this course. The theme of the year is based on dance-drama on Lord Rama.

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2. Celebrating the cultural diversity

Experience a celebration of classical music & dances like Sapera & Lavanialong with the exquisite crafts by artists. Brij Bhumi is the highlight of the festival since it is still performed the way they used to do, centuries ago. Taj Mahotsav encourages artistes from classical & semi-classical from around the world.

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3. The food lovers treat

The famous Mahotsav is a delight for all the food lovers giving you a chance to pamper your taste buds with a variety of scrumptious dishes. Some of the oldest exponents of the cuisine-art prepare the lip-smacking dishes. This is the best place to be at, for all you gourmets.

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4. The biggest funfair of the season

Funfair, the biggest attraction for children as well as the families attending the cultural show. It offers amusement for each. Adults are bound to enjoy the roller coaster while children are happy with small rides and Ferris wheel. It definitely is the most unique festival of India.

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5. The arts and culture: 2018

Wood carvings from Tamil Nadu, Bamboo work from South, Paper mashfrom Kashmir, the marble & zardozi work from Agra, Pottery from Khurja, Chikan work from Lucknow, silk from Banaras, shawls & carpets from Kashmir and hand printing from Farrukhabad are the attractions of the artists during this course.

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