KUMBHAL GARH FESTIVAL
The Kumbhalgarh fort, cradled in the Aravali Ranges, north of Udaipur, hosts the vibrant and colourful Kumbhalgarh Festival. This three-day festival is an incredible effort by the Department Of Tourism of the state to promote the culture.
The Kumbhalgarh fort, cradled in the Aravali Ranges, north of Udaipur, hosts the vibrant and colourful Kumbhalgarh Festival. This three-day festival is an incredible effort by the Department Of Tourism of the state to promote the culture and heritage of Rajasthan. The event is divided into two parts- day and night. In the daytime there is the folk performances by traditional artistes and competitions like turban tying and henna applying. On the other hand, the night is filled with impressive explosions of lights, sound, colours and dance. The Kumbhalgarh Festival is a must visit for ardent patrons of art, music and dance. Visit Rajasthan Tourism Facebook Page for more details. The Udaipur Airport is the closest and is located 98 kilometres away.
Kumbhalgarh festival is an incredible effort of Rajasthan tourism to promote Kumbhalgarh and its art and culture. Kumbhalgarh is named after its creator Maharana Kumbha who was a great promoter of Indian martial and fine arts, architecture and learning.
Kumbhalgarh Classical Dance Festival is the place where india’s finest classical musician, artists and renowned dancers assemble and give their best performances. Among the highlights of this festival includes the dance performance by local artists which get full encourage by the audience as well. Some games like musical chairs and tug of war are also organised for young children.
Kumbhalgarh festival has mainly two parts, one in the day time and other at evening. In the daytime, there is the folk performances by the folk artists of Rajasthan with some amazing competitions for tourists. Evening in Kumbhalgarh is impressive and with the explosion of sound, light, colour and dance multiplied its beauty many times.