All Events

All Days
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
All Days
04:00pm - 04:30pm

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
All Days
07:30pm - 08:00pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
All Days
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
All Days
11:00 am - 07:00pm

A fun-filled activity and a great core exercise, skating is the best recreation for children. Tie your skaters and get on the rink for an amazing time!
All Days
11:00 am - 07:00pm

Take a step into the future as you experience a high-tech Segway adventure. Enjoy the thrill as you zoom off into the distance.
All Days
11:00 am - 07:00pm

Favourite zone for children, nothing spells fun like games, that too lots of them! Explore a range of fun games including bucket ball, smash cans, feed the animals, and much more where kids can go and play as per their desire!
All Days
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
25th March 2022
08:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Shantanu Mukherjee known as Shaan, is an Indian playback singer, actor and television presenter active in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam and Urdu language films and a television host. He hosted the shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs, Star Voice of India and STAR Voice of India 2.
26th March 2022
08:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Yuvraj Hans released his first album in 2015 , "Yuvraj", including the hit single "Paani" Yuvraj Hans has also lent his voice for the soundtracks of several Punjabi movies. He started his singing career with the song "Tere Naina", featured in the Punjabi movie Pinky Moge Wali. He sang "Saiyaan" in Burraahh.
27th March 2022
08:00 pm – 09:00 pm

A renowned Maganiyar of Rajasthan. He started singing at the age of 10 at different palaces in Rajasthan and at the age of 16 was picked for a huge program in Russia organised by Rajiv Gandhi with Amitabh Bachchan. He has shared stage with famous singers like A.R RAHMAN, SHANKAR MAHADEVAN, ILA ARUN and SONU NIGAM

Events Calendar

25 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
25 March
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
25 March
08:00pm - 08:15pm

Prince Dance group is rooted in the small town of Behrampur, in the eastern coastline of India, in the state of Odisha. The group is composed of twenty-six daily wageworkers who enthralled the entire country with their fantastic performance - Krishna Act and went on becoming the winner of the reality-talent show, ’India’s Got Talent’. Members of the group are construction workers and two of them are physically challenged.
25 March
08:30pm - 10:00pm

Shantanu Mukherjee known as Shaan, is an Indian playback singer, actor and television presenter active in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam and Urdu language films and a television host. He hosted the shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs, Star Voice of India and STAR Voice of India 2.
25 March
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
25 March
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
25 March
11:00am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
25 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
25 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
25 March
07:30pm - 08:00pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
26 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
26 March
11:00am - 08:00pm

The Seven Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
26 March
08:00pm - 08:30pm

A dazzling show - Dances of India - on the enviable theme of India’s unity in diversity. It will showcase a jugalbandi of beautiful classical and folk dances of India
26 March
08:30pm - 10:00pm

Yuvraj Hans released his first album in 2015 , "Yuvraj", including the hit single "Paani" Yuvraj Hans has also lent his voice for the soundtracks of several Punjabi movies. He started his singing career with the song "Tere Naina", featured in the Punjabi movie Pinky Moge Wali. He sang "Saiyaan" in Burraahh.
26 March
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
26 March
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
26 March
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
26 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
26 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
26 March
07:30pm - 08:00pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
27 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
27 March
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
27 March
08:00pm - 09:00pm

A renowned Maganiyar of Rajasthan. He started singing at the age of 10 at different palaces in Rajasthan and at the age of 16 was picked for a huge program in Russia organised by Rajiv Gandhi with Amitabh Bachchan. He has shared stage with famous singers like A.R RAHMAN, SHANKAR MAHADEVAN, ILA ARUN and SONU NIGAM
27 March
09:00pm - 10:00pm

Raghupati Dwarakanath Dixit is an Indian singer-composer, producer and film score composer who is the front man for the Raghu Dixit Project, a multilingual folk music band. Dixit's music is an amalgamation of Indian ethnic music and styles from different parts of the world.
27 March
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
27 March
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
27 March
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
27 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
27 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
27 March
07:30pm - 08:00pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
28 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
28 March
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
28 March
08:00pm - 09:00pm

A “never-heard’ creativity of ethno leads, chants, hypnotic rhythms and researched work has a diversified taste laden with khamak-alghoza-Guitar combo, Bansuri-Cajon-Ghungroo parts, Ocarina-Dizi-Tabla, multi-rhythm patterns, unique fade-Jugalbandis, with expressive folk vocal, Alaaps, Bols and Sargam. Gharana warms up with soothing Bandanas & reaches its height with electrifying stage performances.
28 March
09:00pm - 10:00pm

An aspiring 18 year old Chetana Bhardwaj from Ghaziabad was one of the 15 shortlisted contestants of Indian Idol 11 in 2019. It was always her dream to sing and perform on stage so without her dads permission taking her uncles support since childhood and with much struggle she reached the Indian Idol auditions. It was a difficult journey for her to pursue her dreams and convince her father.
28 March
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
28 March
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
28 March
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
28 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
28 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
28 March
07:30pm - 08:00pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
29 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
29 March
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
29 March
08:00pm - 09:00pm

An energetic, hilarious retelling of the classic tale of an emperor with a passion for fashion. the play uses large masks and colourful costumes, complimented with a lively music and other well known music and rhythms. Only the pure in heart - represented here by a child - can see through the naked truth. The story invests one with the courage to speak the truth no matter who the recipient at the other end is.
29 March
09:00pm - 10:00pm

Unplugged Bollywood Hits by Ehsaas with Suryaveer
29 March
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
29 March
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
29 March
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
29 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
29 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
29 March
07:30pm - 08:00pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
30 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
30 March
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
30 March
07:45pm onwards
08:05pm onwards

A youth oriented Dance group of Indian Dancers and choreographer. Awards: final selection trophy in Dance Plus 2015, Quarter finalist in 'India's got Talent' and Finalist in "Entertainment ke liye kuch bhi karega." Suleiman Ali, was 13 years old when he won the title of Indias Got talent 7 winning hearts of millions through his music on the flute. He belongs to a humble background in Amritsar and it was his only dream to make his father proud
30 March
09:00pm - 10:00pm

Top 3 finalist of Indian Idol is a native of a small village in Punjab Called Badal. Khuda Baksh's family is into singing since a long time. Talking about his family and Indian Idol, Khuda Baksh says"Now with my reaching the Indian Idol and my sister Afsana being selected in Rising Star, we have been able to provide facilities to my mother who deserved it and she will not have to do that again."
30 March
07:30pm onwards
07:50pm onwards

Suleiman Ali, was 13 years old when he won the title of Indias Got talent 7 winning hearts of millions through his music on the flute. He belongs to a humble background in Amritsar and it was his only dream to make his father proud
30 March
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
30 March
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
30 March
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
30 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
30 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
30 March
07:30pm - 08:00pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
31 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
31 March
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
31 March
08:00pm onwards

They don’t need mercy they want an opportunity” Without hearing we perform and without legs we perform on wheels, WAO aims to give a national and international recognition platform to differently abled in the field of Art and culture and the performers have won Guinness World Record and Woman Entrepreneurship Award.
31 March
08:30pm onwards

Often called one of India’s most entertaining and engaging bands, Eka has taken it’s unique brand of ‘Swatantra Rock’ to audiences far and wide within India and internationally. EKA is based in dil waalon ki nagri, Dilli and comprises of Benjamine ‘Benny’ Pinto on vocals & keyboards (Ex-Euphoria), Hitesh ‘Rikki’ Madan on vocals & guitars (Ex-Euphoria) and Lokesh Madan on vocals & bass
31 March
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
31 March
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
31 March
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
31 March
06:30pm onwards

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
31 March
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
31 March
06:30pm onwards

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
01 April
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
01 April
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
01 April
07:00pm - 08:30pm

Classical Sitar Maestro.
01 April
09:00pm onwards

They are Original Nizami Brothers Since (1981).They are promoting pure Qawalli, Sufi & traditional music of india.
01 April
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
01 April
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
01 April
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
01 April
06:30pm onwards

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
01 April
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
01 April
08:30pm onwards

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
02 April
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
02 April
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
02 April
07:00pm - 08:30pm

02 April
09:00pm onwards

The winner of Indian Idol 10 is one such contestant of reality show whose journey was not easy but he did not give up. Improved his skills with his hard work and dedication. Despite having financial difficulties, never let the financial constraints dominate him.
02 April
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
02 April
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
02 April
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
02 April
06:00pm onwards

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
02 April
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
02 April
08:30pm onwards

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
03 April
04:00pm - 04:30pm
07:00pm - 07:30pm

A unique, interactive exhibition that will take viewers through India’s significant achievements since independence and ancient icons. YATRA-A 360° Immersive Experiences that will highlight India’s preeminence as the oldest living civilization.
03 April
11:00am - 08:00pm

The 7 Colors of Indian Craft. Folk and Traditional Art, Textile Weaves, Textile Embroideries, Textile Print and Dye, Home Décor/Utilitarian, Jewelry and Fashion accessories, Children and Up cycling
03 April
08:00pm - 08:30pm

Dance performance on Sufi music. This presentation would comprise of Kabeera, Yoddha and Ullhas
03 April
09:00pm onwards

Papon Live in Concert.
03 April
11:00am - 04:00pm

Bharat is amongst the most versatile anchors in India. With years of experience by his side, he hosts award ceremonies, film promotions, corporate events , sporting events, and youth festivals.
03 April
11:00am - 07:00pm

Kids zone with Ice Skating, Segway Track, Workshops, Story Telling Sessions, Quizzes, Game Stalls, Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Hopscotch, Theatre and many more treats for the little ones
03 April
11:00 am - 10:00pm

Aims to curate authentic cuisines, bringing street food in from all corners of India. The food stalls will showcase local cooks, chefs, restaurants and hawkers who excel at their craft. The mark of good food is to instantly transport you to the region it is from with one bite. These exhibitors are masters of their cuisine and we invite you to discover more.
03 April
06:30pm onwards

The extravagant Cultural Parade choreographed by Maitreyee Pahari would be a highlight at the festival with multiple Indian dance forms like Siddhi Dhamal from Gujarat, Singhi Chham from Sikkim, Aao Naga from Nagaland, Kalbelia from Rajasthan, Stick Dance from Manipur, Purulia Chhau from Bengal, Baredi from Madhya Pradesh, Tiger Dancers and contemporary dancers from Delhi.
03 April
04:00pm - 04:30pm

A leading yoga exponent in the country today. Dr Goswami is one of the most sought-after healers offering answers to the sickness of the modern world. He has been spearheading a yoga and spiritual movement for the youths in India. He is the first yoga guru who has studied the subject as a discipline and obtained a Masters degree and PhD.
03 April
07:15pm to 07:45pm

A stirring projection mapping show that would highlight the ‘specialness’ of India through its long, amazing and chequered history.
03 April
07:45pm to 08:15pm

Videos

“Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav means elixir of energy of independence. It means elixir of inspirations of the warriors of freedom struggle; elixir of new ideas and pledges and nectar of Aatmnirbharta”

Monument Mitra

PRESERVING THE PAST FOR THE FUTURE

Dalmia Bharat Limited has been selected as a ‘Monument Mitra’ to adopt and develop tourist amenities at the nation’s iconic 17th century heritage site, Red Fort, by the Ministry of Tourism in close collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).

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