Run Utsav Kutch 360 Degree View: Ran Utsav is an excellent Indian festival held in Kutch, Gujarat. It’s a celebration of music, dance, the White Desert’s natural beauty, tent city luxury, and much more. Every traveler’s dream must be to visit on a full moon day.
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Rann of Kutch Utsav is a glittering landscape that gives mesmerizing moments of this fest, which feels like heaven on earth during the festival. In fact, it is a family holiday destination to explore the fun moments and store them on camera for a lifetime.
What happens at a desert festival? -What happens in Rann Utsav?
The Rann Utsav is one of India’s most eagerly awaited tourism events, celebrating the natural wonders of the white desert and the rich cultural and artistic heritage of Kutch. Ran Utsav was conceived by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, then Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Is the desert festival worth visiting?
If you prefer more comfort in your choice of accommodation, the desert festival is definitely the best time to visit the deserts of Kutch! Sightseeing Tour: The Ran Utsav package comes with many inclusive and optional sightseeing tours to other nearby places of interest like Bhuj, Dhordo, Mandvi Beach, and Dholavira etc.
Which is good time for visit Kutch Bhuj Run Utsav ?
Winter is the best time to visit Kutch. The temperature during these months ranges between 25 to 12 degrees Celsius and makes the weather perfect for trekking. This is also the best time to visit the Rann of Kutch Festival
Kutch, located in the state of Gujarat, has the most ecologically and culturally rich landforms. The beauty of nature, the rich richness of culture and tradition, the exuberance of colors and celebrations, the cornucopia of joy and beauty, all combine to reflect the kaleidoscopic splendor of Kutch. In particular, the stunning view of the boundless white desert under the moonlight presents a stunning creation of nature, which is unique to this world.
Distinctive folk dance and music, intricate arts and crafts, kind people and nature along with rich handicraft culture of the district like folk textiles, exquisite embroidery, bandhani sarees, traditional jewelery and mirror work are some of the features of Kutch, Gujarat.
Amitabh Bachchan – Gujarat’s brand ambassador, says in a famous Gujarat tourism ad, “Kachch Nahi Dekha To Kuch Nahi Dekha.” The legendary Bollywood icon is the brand ambassador.
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What are the sightseeing places in Kutch?
Apart from this, Bhuj has Prag Mahal, Aina Mahal, Kutch Museum, Swaminarayan Temple, Chhataradi Bagh (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam was shot here). Built in the 18th century, the Aina Mahal houses images of the Nag Panchami procession, Kutch style paintings, steam generator for hot water, Puranic Kutch currency coins, documents etc. Prague Castle is located next to Aina Castle. If you plan your time by taking your own vehicle or booking a cab, you can get to know Kutch properly in one to one and a half days.
Friends, a green region has its own characteristics and a barren, barren land also has its own characteristics. Every place has something to say, if it is heard and understood! The two hour road from Bhuj to Kutch is not green but it seems to be full of life! You can also stay overnight at Dhordo Resort to see the desert of Kutch. You will forget the grandeur of the hotels when you see the houses covered with garmati, and the stunning carvings of flowers, parrots, peacocks on the walls of the houses, beautifully carved resorts with pearls. The villages of Kutch, the barren roads, the simplicity of the people there, the shadow of our culture shining in their behavior and clothes, the waterfall of emotion bursting in speech attract tourists from home and abroad.
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