Rann Utsav is All Set to Mark a Rich Cultural Stamp on Gujarat
November 03, 2016
Kutch, the white desert city of Gujarat is the one city that has majestic and royalty written all over it. From sand as far as you can see and a full moon to colors and a culture, the richness of which is visible in every wall of the city, Rann of Kutch is the city of life and celebration. The place, which is an answer to all people who wish to take out some time in their life and spend their days in the peace and serenity that only the endless sand and a full moon can offer.
Touted as the biggest Indian cultural festival, Rann Utsav is all set to mark a rich cultural stamp on Gujarat. The three month long festival haves it all – culture, full moon, endless white sand, and folk music.
To celebrate life, a rich culture, grace, and the hospitality that only Gujarat can offer the mystical Rann of Kutch holds a three months long Rann Utsav in the white deserts of Kutch, every year. Usually held between November and February, the eccentric festival witnesses a million of tourists every year who come here to dance under the endless desert sky and celebrate the revival of the mystical Kutch tradition.
Ways to spend the mornings of Rann Utsav
Other than the grand music festival, the valley has a lot more to offer to everyone who gathers there for the love of music. From boating in the Narayan Sarovar to running wild in the Wildass Sanctuary and praying your heart out in Koteshwar temple, Rann of Kutch has everything that makes a vacation royal and majestic. So when here, give your evenings and nights to Rann Utsav Kutch and your days to Rann’s grasslands, kaladungar hills, and Mata No Madh and its beauty, adventure, and food.
Apart from sightseeing, there are a number of activities held in Rann Utsav to make the experience even more memorable such as Trikke, Para Motoring, and ATV amongst many others.
The festival is enjoyed best from tents that are placed all across the desert and have all the amenities that ensures a once in a lifetime enchanting experience. The city has various other accommodations beyond tents to suit the diverse needs.
Ideal Time to Visit
While the celebration lasts over three months, the best time to visit the utsav would be in December, for the climate is most comfortable then.
With the intention to witness life through the white wide sand, book the Rann Utsav tickets before it all runs out. Now with everything done and sorted, it is time you free your calendar on the Rann Utsav dates and book your ticket to Kutch, the new life and culture destination of India.