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The four-day long Rajasthan Day Festival started with a spectacular grand opening at SMS Stadium, Jaipur yesterday on Monday, 27th March 2017. The event began with a cultural extravaganza by Bhanu Bharti with more than 300 folk artists performing on the occasion. Governor Kalyan Singh was the chief guest of the evening. other dignitaries included sports minister Gajendra Singh Khimsar and minister of state for tourism Krishnendra Kaur. Let's have a look at the happenings of the Rajasthan Diwas event.

 

Image Source: Rajasthan Tourism Buzz

The Finals of ‘Rumal Jhapatta’ as a part of the Rural Sports Competition

Divisional tableaus displayed at Janpath, Jaipur

Jaipur Kathak Samaroh as a part of the Rajasthan Day Festival

Image credit: Manav Singhi

What's more to look for in the remaining 3 days of the fest?

Today's Attractions (28th March)

4 PM to 6 PM: Bhajans at Shri Khole ke Hanuman ji temple

4:30 PM to 6:30 PM: Tattoo Show by BSF & Police at JDA Polo Ground

7 PM to 9 PM: Sabad Kirtan at Gurudwara Raja Park, Jaipur

8 PM: Jaipur Kathak Samaroh at Central Park

Tomorrow's Attractions (29th March)

Exhibition - The Theatre of E. Alkazi

Bhajans

Art exhibition

Children's Film Festival

International Festival of Short Films on Culture & Tourism

Army Pageant • Indian Air Force Show

Mega Evening Show - Heritage Fashion Show by Bibi Russell and Mohit Chauhan Concert

Invitation Cards

Invitation cards for various programs of Rajasthan Festival are available at Khasa Kothi, Albert Hall, RTDC Hotels - Teej & Swagatam and East Gate (Tonk Road - near Arjun Statue) of SMS Stadium on first come, first-serve basis.

For queries, contact Rajasthan Tourism at 0141-5155130

Check out the full Schedule for Rajasthan Day Celebrations 2017!

Also read: Rajasthan Festival 2017: The Top Attractions You Would Not Like to Miss

 


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