Ranthambore Festival is going to be held from 27-29 January 2017 at glorious Nahargarh Palace in Ranthambore National Park. Enjoy greatly your long weekend with Jungle Safari tour and Rajasthani folk music and delicious food in Ranthambore Forest. Take the ecstasy of moonlit presentations by dance and music. This type of festival is being celebrated for the first time in Ranthambore tourism where you will be relies with tiger safaris, a wildlife film festival on a giant screen in the open air,Educative talks on wildlife conservation, wildlife Photography and workshops and many more..
All activities of Ranthambore festival will set against the backdrop of our breathtaking venue, the Nahargarh Palace, Ranthambore. This Festival is organizing by not-for-profit organization “PUKAR” The non-profit festival wants to act as an integrated platform. The festival will put the spotlight on the area’s rich heritage. During the Republic Day weekend, the passages of the Nahargarh Palace, Ranthambore will see influencers and spectators from different ways come together and connect for one reason. By the dusk enjoy and watch the eye-catching Hathikund main stage illuminate with paranormal folk activity and synthesis musical boogie performances under the stars.
Sharing the spotlight with world-famous luminaries like Zila Khan ,Mallika Sarabhai, Neeraj Arya’s Kabir Cafe, Maati Baani, Rajeev Raja , Karl Lutchmayer, and Fabrizio Cassol, will be Rajasthan’s own native folk artists such as Ustad Hakim Khan, Ustaad Gafoor Khan, Kailash Dan ,Nagga Khan,and more, whose melodic expertise implores recognition from a wider audience. Music admiration workshops by Zila Khan and UK-based piano maestro Karl Lutchmayer,sound pondering and and Martin Dubois, a theatre voice guidance workshop with Asif Ali Beg and Mongolian singing workshop with Tritha Sinha.
The Ranthambore festival wills also amphitryon an attractive open-air wildlife film festival in the Palace lawns of the Hotel Nahargarh Ranthambore, these wildlife film made by some of the best wildlife film maker of the India and abroad such as Kartick Satyanarayan, Saravana Kumar, Shekar Dattatri, Oliver Goetzl and Giuseppe Bucciarelli. Guests will enjoy on a heritage walk to the Nearby Ranthambore Fort which is listed in world heritage by UNESCO in 2013 or you can also enjoy of glimpse of the undulating landscape Ranthambores by a hot air balloon.
You can participate in Panel with leading wildlife conservationists of India. A tentative list of wildlife expert and speakers have been curated and it list includes naturalist Valmik Thapar, conservation biologist, Dr. Dharmendra Khandal of Tiger Watch. Besides of this there are food festivals, Yoga workshop and pop up art and craft market will be part of the Ranthambore Festival 2017.
For more enquiry and information about the Ranthambore festival- visit- www.ranthamborefestival.org