Maharashtra to host 20 cultural festivals in February and March, Maharashtra


Maharashtra to host 20 cultural festivals in February and March

In a bid to boost tourism in the state, Maharashtra tourism department has announced to organise 20 small festivals across six regions, namely Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Nagpur, Konkan and Amravati. These mini festivals will be organised throughout the months of February and March.

The government will be spending INR 100 lakh to host these festivals. After going through a difficult year of pandemic, Maharashtra is ready to welcome tourists again. These festivals are a perfect and exciting opportunity for tourists to visit the state once again and celebrate the cultural heritage.

Following are some of the prominent festivals:

Nashik: Grape Harvesting Festival and Nandur Madhyameshwar Festival
Ahmednagar: Bhandardara Festival
Dhule: Laling Fort Festival
Pune: Junnar Grape Festival

Satara: Wai Festival
Kolhapur: Panhala Festival
Sindhudurg: Vengurla Festival
Ratnagiri: Anjarle Festival
Osmanabad: Ter Festival
Beed: Kapildhara Festival
Nanded: Hottal Festival
Nagpur: Sindkhed Raja Festival
Akola: Narnala Fort Festival
Yavatmal: Tipeshwar Forest Festival
Nagpur: Ramtek Festival
Vardha: Bor Dam and Wildlife Festival
Gondia: Bodalkasa Bird Festival

All the festivals will be held through regional offices of the Directorate of Tourism and by organising these mini festivals, Maharashtra is hoping to boost cultural tourism in the state.

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