puri beach festival
DatesTo be Announced
Celebrated for good five days during November, the festival is a complete visual treat to your eyes. It’s a beautiful mélange of art, culture, and history all woven together in a vibrant environment. It’s a carnivalesque feeling that surrounds when you visit Puri and witness the happiness and energy of the people, who get together to celebrate their culture and history with utmost enthusiasm. The festival was first inaugurated in 1933 by the very reverent leader of Odisha, Late Sri Bijju Pattnaik, and by the union minister for tourism, Gulam Nami Ajad.
Now, various other organizations, such as Song and Drama division, the Govt. of India, Odisha, and many other help out in organizing this beautiful beach festival. It’s is one of the most awaited events in not only Odisha but is hooted for by the other parts of India as well. The tourists from far off, especially wait for the event to visit India as the festival is a great starting point for exploring the cultural enthusiasm, traditional art and crafts, and other activities that are specific to the population of Odisha. It’s a little sneak peek into one of the many layers of India’s diversity.
The different celebrations and fun-filled activities conducted during the event are,
Surrounded by the splash of water and the activities it offers, the Puri Beach festival is one of a kind. It’s not only artistically liberating but very fun and entertaining at the same time. If you are a cultural enthusiast, a lover of arts and crafts, or just a tourist looking for some fun time, the Puri beach festival ticks it all! It’s a carnival that you just can’t miss.
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