Are you bored of the same old routine, day in and day out? Or maybe it's just that you're tired and want to take a break from it all, indulge in your desires and experience art, music and heritage in an all new way? If your desires happen to be history and culture, then you've got to pay a visit to the Mehrauli Monsoon festival in Delhi which brings you the best of the finer things in life.
At Delhi's monsoon festival in Mehrauli, you get to partake in heritage walks that take you through the monuments of time, several music shows that encapsulate the spirit of Delhi in the rains and even some rhythmic Kathak dances.
With the plethora of activities happening all around during the festival, you're bound to find something that captivates you. The ultimate goal of the festival is to evoke joy and a sense of excitement just like when it rains for the first time in the season. With the amazing venue of Mehrauli, the organizers will certainly achieve this.
Why visit Mehrauli Monsoon Festival?
There's actually a lot of reasons for you to visit this monsoon festival. For one, it's a break from your average shows that happen every other day in Delhi. Apart from that, it helps you break the monotony of everyday life; which is sometimes all you need.
The most pressing reason to visit, however, is the fact that it's loaded with things from almost all around the country. At this three day show in Delhi, you'll get to witness cultures from different states.
The festival will be kicked off by a troupe of musicians from Rajasthan, performing colloquial songs to captivate the soul. Throughout the day, you'll see the place brimming with activities, something that's a sight for sore eyes at Jahaz Mahal in Mehrauli. Over the course of the Mehrauli Monsoon Festival, the chances to participate in something new and exciting are boundless.
Well folks, there you have it. That's a rundown on Mehrauli Monsoon Festival, a one of a kind culmination of music, dance, arts and heritage that's enough to fuel you for the next few months.
To pay a visit, head over to Jahaz Mahal in Mehrauli, Delhi.
When: August 30, 2019 to September 01, 2019