Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav - A Cultural Extravaganza for Amdavadis

A cluster of cultural programs has been organised at various locations in Ahmedabad, and the extravaganza begins with a lip-smacking food festival at Sabarmati Riverfront which was inaugurated recently by the Union culture Minister Mahesh Sharma on Saturday. The open for all food festival will continue until Monday from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm and will serve indigenous delicacies from Gujarat, Maharashtra, Bihar, Rajasthan, Punjab and Tamil Nadu. The authentic food menu includes an array of assorted delicacies right from Khaman, Dal Bati Choorma, Pooran Poli, Litty Chokha, Makki Ki Roti Sarso Ka Saag to even Dosas. A heaven-scape for all the foodies in Ahmedabad!

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The varied programmes organised to promote folk art, craft, culture, and creativity of India includes a folk dance festival from October 7 to 9at Sabarmati Riverfront Event Centre which will showcase performances from 12 different states of India. And on October 8 the itinerary of the programme includes Kavi Dalpatram memorial at Lambeshwar ni Pol, a literature gathering with prose recitation by Sahitya Akademi, a showcase called Sabarmati Shatabdi at Gandhi Ashram, a curated ASI exhibition called Conserving Ahmedabad’s Historic Monuments at Bhadra Fort and a street mural showcase on the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.

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