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Let’s celebrate the winter festival in Rajasthan…

Winter festival is held in Mount Abu to give visitors a taste of Rajasthani tradition and culture.

Winter festival is held in Mount Abu to give visitors a taste of Rajasthani tradition and culture.

Rajasthan, one of India’s most distinctive and culturally rich states, may instantly captivate your heart. Thus, the province is renowned for its captivating tourist destinations, which include forts, palaces, and temples, as well as a lengthy variety of events and festivals that are incredibly fascinating for both residents and visitors.

One probably already knows about the country’s popular tourist spots, but few people are aware of the Winter Festival, a significant yearly celebration that takes place in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. This is one of the highly valued cultural events that showcases Rajasthan’s illustrious history, artwork, tradition, and cuisine. Therefore, this year the celebration takes place from the 29th to the 31st of December.

The Municipal Board of Mount Abu and the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation collaborate to put on this three-day annual festival. A lengthy march concludes at Nakki Lake. People light deep earthen lanterns, marking the start of the Winter Festival. Deepdaan is the name of this tradition, which is delightful to see and record on video. The event features cultural performances by established and up-and-coming local performers.

Other popular activities for tourists include horse racing, cricket, tug of war, kite flying, skating, and visiting Gili Danda. A great deal of fun can be experienced during this event, which includes fairs, fireworks, cuisine, exhibits, music, dancing events, and fairs.

The one and only hill town in Rajasthan with breathtaking beauty is Mount Abu. Among the most popular tourist sites in the state are the area’s verdant hills and vibrant culture. Via car, train, or air, you can get here with ease. From Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru, Mount Abu is around 750 km, 770 km, 1,900 km, and 1,700 km via NH 48, respectively. Discover the finest and most colorful festival of the year.

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