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Set in the grand and opulent Nahargarh Fort, the Ranthambore Music Festival is a spectacular mix of extraordinary music, timeless folk traditions and of course, wildlife experiences. What’s more, this year’s event is being headlined by Naezy and Mame Khan!
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Significance of the Festival:
The festival is a platform to honour lesser-known, world-class musicians and celebrate the unique music traditions that have made the state’s folk music popular around the world.
The festival will also draw attention to Rajasthan’s wildlife legacy, one of the prominent reasons why the Nahargarh Palace, which is just 4 km from Ranthambore National Park, is chosen as the festival venue.
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Details of the Festival:
This year, the festival is taking place between December 27-29, 2019 at the Nahargarh Palace, Ranthambore. The nearest airport is Jaipur Airport, 145 km from Ranthambore. The nearest railway station is Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, 6 km from Ranthambore.
Visitors can expect mesmerizing folk music, spectacular dance performances, voice workshops, meditation camps, tiger safaris and interactive discussions on wildlife conservation.
Additionally, travellers can also go on a boat safari on the Chambal River to spot the endangered Gharial crocodiles. For history buffs, a heritage walk to the Ranthambore Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must.
So gear up for three days of culture, music and regality that you’ll always remember!