Indore is a city bustling with cultural events and activities, taking place every now and then! When here, no one can truly be bored because of the plethora of options this city offers; be it music fests, comedy shows, carnivals, literary events and so on.

As a part of the official celebration of 'Uttarayan' or 'Makar Sankranti', Indore is hosting The Great Indian Kite Festival 2020 and this clearly is a window, which takes us back to our childhood. When here, you'll witness hundreds of tourists and localities, frolicking the venue and the energy will simply be unmatched.

What's Happening?

From the Mahalaxmi Nagar, you can be a part of The Great Indian Kite Festival 2020, happening at Mahalaxmi Nagar! The event will take place from 12 noon till 11 pm so be prepped to go all-in with your kite flying skills, along with professional kite flyers.

This 3-day event comes with various food stalls, shopping options and of course, kick-ass music throughout the day to keep you pumped all the way.

That's not all! When here, you can even participate in competitions and the divergent activities which this festival is offering and we're sure, you can't deny this one.

Knock Knock

Starting from children to the elderly, this kite festival is meant for all. So if you've been thinking of catching up with your friends or wanna spend some time with your family in the most entertaining ways possible, then this one's for you.

Location: Mahalaxmi Nagar, Indore

Date & Timings: 12th-14th January, 2020 | 12 noon-11pm

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