A 10 day festival that is celebrated in Agra, India every year, Taj Mahotsav introduces you to the rich cultural heritage of the country. The fun-filled festival is attended by a large number of locals as well as tourists every year. If you are going to be in India during this festival, we highly recommend you to be a part of the celebrations.
Where to attend Taj Mahotsav
The event takes place in Agra, a famous Indian city known for one of the most iconic wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal. A drive to the city takes around 3 hours from the national capital New Delhi.
Taj Mahotsav, 2020 Dates
The 10 day festival will begin on 18th February, 2020 and go on till 27th February 2020.
What to Experience
The cultural extravaganza presents a host of colourful experiences to its visitors. A number of participants from all over the country showcase their artistic talents and work in various forms. From rich art and crafts, cultural dance and music performances, to cuisines from all over India, you will be delighted to be a part of such a colourful celebration. And all of this happens with the incredible Taj Mahal right in the backdrop and beautifully decorated camels and elephants welcoming you.
Art & Crafts
An exhibition of handcrafted artworks from all over the country like handicrafts, embroideries, stone & wooden sculptures, pottery, carpets, and a lot more is the main attraction of this festival. You can buy as many artworks as you want and keep them as a souvenir.
Dance & Music Shows
Taj Mahotsav is a stage for talented and thriving artists to show their talent to the world. Indulge in a series of classical and folk performances like dances, puppet shows, shayari, stage drama and more.
Enjoy some aromatic and sumptuous Indian cuisine at Taj Mahotsav. Several food stalls serve authentic local dishes from different parts of the nation which you will be delighted to try.
To make the festival even more entertaining, a number of amusement rides and game stalls are setup in the fairground. After a busy day exploring the festival, you can have some great fun at the fairground.
Although there is an entry fee for Indian adults and kids (around half a £), foreign tourists can enter the festival for free.