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Taj mahotsav summons the reminiscences of the old

What time :

19th to 28th February 2013

Where Happening :

City Agra, State Uttar Pradesh, and Country India

A pride of millions of people, Taj Mahal is one of the charming attractions of India. Whether you see in the morning or you are visiting in the night, a glimpse of Taj Mahal brings a universal sense of harmony in all of us. This undefined romance of the Taj Mahal is vividly explained into a 10-day show of culture, cuisine, Art and Craft called as the Taj Mahotsav. This wonderful event is celebrated every year at Shilpgram nearby of Taj Mahal. This event is arranged by Uttar Pradesh Tourism with the intention of boosting tourism in India.

Taj Mahal Mahotsav

Taj Mahotsav curriculums

Taj Mahotsav is an ultimate platform where a number of talented artists, dancers, musicians, chefs and others put their best to make you experience a fantastic show. There are cultural evenings which displays the culture of India through various soul-stirring performances. The Mahotsav encloses an excess of art-forms from classical to famous film music and dance performances.

Taj Mahal

Food at Taj Mahotsav

We Indians really very fond of delicious cuisines and this festival are incomplete without the preparation of traditional cuisines. Taj Mahotsav offers you huge range of cuisines from different states. Specialties of tasty food can be enjoyed through some rich traditional cuisines.

Taj Mahotsav Fair

Taj Mahotsav also hosts a fair packed with exciting and entertaining activities like roller coasters, merry-go-round, train-rides, ferries wheels and etc. All these can be enjoyed by all ages of people.

Taj Mahotsav Tickets

The entry fees for Taj Mahotsav can be bought from several ticket counters and entry fees for kids below 13 years is free while adults will have to pay Rs 20.

taj mahal mahotsav festival

Art and Craft at Taj Mahotsav

Apart from the stimulating performances, the festival is also a collection of unparallel crafts that contains handmade carpets, wood carvings, Banarsi Silk, Marble carvings, brass and metal ware, famous chikan work, Kashmiri Shawls, handmade paper, rock and pearl jewellery, traditional folk dresses, paintings, lamps, ancient royal furniture and others.