Rann Mahaotsav Kutch

Rann Mahaotsav Kutch

India is a land of colours, festivals, and experiences. One of the chances to experience such a unique one is at the Rann Mahotsav in Kutch. Located in the Thar dessert, Kutch is known for its crafts, seasonal salt cultivation and last but not the least the Rann Mahotsav held there. Celebrated on the full moon night in the month of December, the festival exhibits the Kutch Culture, Handicrafts, and outdoor activities. The sight of the moonlight falling on the white sparkling sand makes the festival an unforgettable experience. The unique experience lies in visiting the largest tent city in the heart of the Kutch District. The celebration is also known as the Rann Utsav. One of the most amazing tourist experience Gujarat has to offer.

Full moon night

Full moon night

When is the Rann Mahotsav held?

The Rann Mahotsav is held on the full moon night in the month of December and lasts for the month of March until the Holi festival in India. The festival is celebrated in Kutch of Rann in Gujarat.

Reasons to visit the Rann Mahotsav Kutch:

Falling on the full moon day, the festival gives the tourist to experience the cool breeze in the heart of the desert as well as a chance to enjoy the beauty of the full moon night.Wondering what the festival has to offer, the festival offers the tourist a chance to see and enjoy a carnival of dance, music, art, crafts, culture and be a part of the tradition of the state of Gujarat.

The sparkling white sands of Kutch attract thousands of tourists from all over the country and the world. The enchanting landscape gives them the feel of the place is heaven on the earth. During the Rann Utsav, the local authorities each year make staying arrangements for the guests coming to enjoy the Ustav.  The tents are building up like a city with approximately 350 well-structured luxury tents are created in the outskirts of the Bhuj City in a small village named "Dhordo". The Village is approximately 85 km away from Bhuj.

Tents

Tents

The festival offers a wide range of experiences for the tourists. If you are looking to experience and bond with the culturally rich heritage of Gujarat, the Rann Utsav offers you a number of activities like the camel safari, pottery shows, puppet shows, plays, Handicrafts, Hastkala, embroidery etc at the festival.

If you are a shopping enthusiast, then the Rann of Kutch is the place for you. Get a chance to see a number of crafts like the tie and dye, Terracotta, Bandhini Saris, Traditional Ornaments, Khaki, Block printing, embroidery, mirror work, woodcarving and many other items that you have never seen.

Camel Safari

Camel Safari

For music lovers, the festival hosts a number of Musical performances in each year at the December onwards at Kutch, Gujarat. Get a chance to listen to live performances in the tents also accompanied by folk dancers.The festival offers you a chance to enjoy a number of other activities like camel safari, hot air balloon rides, bird watching, horse rides, musical nights etc. Each year new activities and events are added to the festival to keep the enthusiasm going. Other health and adventure activities have been made part of the Rann Utsav from the last few years like Parasailing, Dirt Biking, Yoga, meditation, Spa, Ayurveda etc.

Do not miss being a part of the Royal Enfield Tour of Rann of Kutch, which is a lifetime adventure and will be unforgettable for the years to come.

The Rann of Kutch gives you a chance to come to terms with some of the rarest species in the country. The place is the home for the Wild Ass, Flamingos, and Boars. Visit the Kutch wildlife sanctuary with your loved ones; spend some time exploring the nature’s gift.

The Rann of Kutch houses a number of architectures of historical importance like Palaces, Forts, and Museum, speaking aloud about the long-lost legacy of the state. For Foodies, the festival offers a chance to relish authentic Gujarati dishes like Khandvi, Khichla, Dhokla and many others.

When did it start?

The idea of the festival was conceived in the year 2006, by the vision of the Honourable Prime Minister of India Narender Modi. He visualised the festival to make a mark on the global tourism map. The festival starts on the full moon night each December at Kutch in Gujarat. During the festival, the Festival Tourism Corporation of Gujarat Ltd makes scheduling for the Transportation, Accommodation, and Food & Guide for Sightseeing. Tourists can also opt for packages made by the government to enjoy a hassle free stay at the Rann Utsav. A number of dignitaries like Gujarat Chief Minister, IAS officers and many other officials visit the festival. Do not miss being a part of the culturally rich tradition and heritage of the Kutch.

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