Qutub Festival, New Delhi

The Qutub Festival of classical music and dance is organized every year in collaboration with Delhi Tourism against the majestic backdrop of the UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Qutub Minar’ itself. This year the Qutub Festival will be observed from 15th November to 19th November. This annual cultural extravaganza is an endeavour to present the rich grandeur of India and its cultural accomplishments in the various forms of dance and music.

Spread over three days, the festival attracts large numbers of visitors from across the world, eager to glimpse at the rich cultural heritage of India. Aroma of cuisines from different states infuses in air only to invoke your appetite.

How to Reach:

New Delhi is the capital city of India. So it is very well connected by air, roads and railways. It’s ‘Indira Gandhi International Airport’ is one of the biggest airport of the world. It has three major railway stations, namely New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS), Old Delhi Railway Station (DLI) (it is also the nearest railway station to the venue), and Hazrat Nizamuddin (NZM) from where you can get trains to almost every part of the country. New Delhi is also linked to the rest of the country through a web of roads.

The nearest metro station is Qutab Minar Metro Station while the nearest bus station is Kashmiri Gate Bus Stand.

Where to Stay:

New Delhi is among the biggest cities of the world, so here you can find hotels in every budget. Hundreds of hotels in five star category to thousands in budget category.


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