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Where all can one watch light and sound shows in India and what is the cost?

Reema Bhalla Jul 09 2013
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Light and Sound shows happen all across India and are a great way to explore the historical significance and beauty of our splendid monuments! These spectacular shows are created presenting an amazing mix of history, culture and art and are a visual delight to watch. Here are few of the destinations which are absolutely a must-visit:


Sound and Light Show, Purana Quila, Delhi

It is an hour long audio-video showcasing the history of Purana Quila and Delhi with a brilliant visual representation and powerful acoustics.

Photo of Purana Quila, New Delhi


Entry fee:

Weekdays
Adults: INR 60 Children: INR 20

Weekends
Adults: INR 80 Children: INR 30

Address:

Red Fort (Lal Quila), New Delhi 110006

Landmark : Opposite Chandni Chowk


Sound and Light Show, Chittorgarh Fort

The show begins with the 6th century King Chitrangada who found Chittorgarh while searching for a land for his capital. It then moves to Bappa Rawal who defended Chittor from the Arab invaders. Various episodes from history like the beauty and sense of pride of Rani Padmini and spirituality and devotion of Meera are enacted using sound and light to bring them to life in this historical setting.

Entry fee:

Adults: INR 50

Children: INR 25

Address:
Near Victory Tower,
Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001


Sound and Light Show, Jallianwala Bagh

In the memory of martyrs and its historical significance in Indian freedom struggle, Jallianwala Bagh is a must-visit to understand the intensity of emotions felt during the pre-independence era. Take the Delhi to Amritsar train, best recommended of which is the Swarna Shatabdi, or one can even opt for a cab from Delhi to reach Amritsar.

Entry fee:

There is no entry fee.

Address:
Jallianwala Bagh,Golden Temple Road,
Amritsar, Punjab


Sound and Light Show, Kumbhalgarh

Every evening this beautiful fort built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha of Sisodia Dynasty is illuminated depicting the story of the royal past.

Entry fee:

Adults: INR 100

Children: INR 50

Address:

Kumbhalgarh Fort,
Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan 313325


Sound and Light Show, Somnath Mandir

Shree Somnath is first among the twelve Aadi Jyotirlings of India. The sound and light show here is an amazing experience.

Photo of Somnath Mandir, Gujarat

Entry fee:

Adults: INR 20

Children: INR 10

Address:

Somnath Temple,
Somnath Mandir Road, Gujarat .

Sound and Light show, Cellular Jail, Port Blair

The show depicting suffering of martyrs under the British regime is a full of energy and spectacular presentation of Indian freedom struggle.

Entry fee:

Adults: INR 20

Children: INR 10

Address:

Cellular Jail,
Near to G.B. Pant Hospital, Port Blair.


Sound and Light Show, Museum Art Gallery, Chandigarh

The museum built with the aim of depicting sequential planning and architectural development of Chandigarh brings its heritage to life even more with a brilliant audio video depiction.

Entry fee:

There is no entry fee.

Address:

Museum Art Gallery,
Sector 10-C, Chandigarh 160011


Sound and Light Show, Golconda Fort

This enchanting light and sound show, coupled with brilliant acoustics tracing the history of Qutub Shahi dynasty, brings the Golconda Fort to life while leaving the audience completely spellbound.

Entry fee:

Indian Nationals: INR 10

Foreign Nationals: INR 100

Address:

Golconda Fort,
Golconda, Hyderabad


Sound and Light Show, Victoria Memorial, Kolkata

The show depicts the history and culture of Kolkata with immense pride and is a visual treat to watch!

Photo of Kolkata Memorial, Kolkata

Entry fee:

Adults: INR 10 and INR 20

Children: INR 10 and 20 (above 3 years)

Address:

1, Queen's Way,
Kolkata, West Bengal 700071


These sound and light shows in India are the best way to explore the grandeur of the past and aesthetics of the present and surely a not to be missed experience!

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