Taj Mahotsav: A Celebration of India’s Rich Arts, Crafts & Culture!

India has a rich cultural tradition. There is a harmonious blend of art, religion and philosophy in the Indian culture. They are so beautifully interwoven in the fabric of Indian way of life and thought that they are inseparable. Taj Mahotsav is one of the most prominent carnivals that aims at putting the varied cultures of our country together.

This cultural bonanza was started in year 1992 and since then its popularity is touching new heights with every passing year. A large number of Indian and foreign tourists coming to Agra join this festivity.

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Taj Mahotsav works with the objective of providing encouragement to the artisans. It also makes available the magnificent work of art and craft at the most reasonable and authentic prices that are not inflated by high maintenance cost.

One of the biggest highlights of the event is the impeccable night show. Hundreds of people gather just to catch a glimpse of the magical ambiance. The whole aura of the carnival at night draws you to a spellbinding world.

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The carnival is going to take place on the banks of river Yamuna in Agra. The classic vibe of the carnival along in the mesmerizing beauty of Agra is a memorable sight. This year, the mahotsav is going to be all the more special with a theme revolving around ‘Dharohar'(Heritage). The event is going to open with a dance-drama based on Lord Ram. It is organised by UP Tourism and it is a source to increase Indian Tourism.

Taj Mahotsav is going to be a treat for music lovers too. Legends like Malini Awasthi, Qawwali singer Aslam Sabri will be performing. A Mushaira and a Kavi Sammelan are also scheduled for the entertainment of people. Guess what? Tickets for this grand event are priced for just ₹50!

The 10-day festival, which will commence from February 18 and will end on February 27. Don’t forget to book your tickets on Paytm!