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World’s biggest craft fair, ‘Surajkund Mela’ to begin in Feb

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World’s biggest craft fair, ‘Surajkund Mela’ to begin in Feb

Suraj Kund Mela is a festival held for 15 days in Feb showcasing traditional Indian handicrafts, music, dance & food.

A splash of colors, rhythm of drum beats and joy de-Vivre merge at Surajkund in Faridabad, Haryana during the first fortnight of each February. The curtains go up on the acclaimed annual Surajkund International Crafts Mela from 1st February onwards, a celebration of Indian folk traditions and cultural heritage.

Suraj-KundSuraj Kund Mela is unique as it showcases the richness and diversity of the handicrafts, handlooms and cultural fabric of India, & is the largest crafts fair in the world. This mega affair will start on February 01 and will continue till February 17, and preparations are on in full swing.

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Surajkund also brings together artisans from all over the world and not just India to the fair, especially from SAARC nations. It is expected to host 1000+ artisans this time. Another highlight for Surajkund 2019 is a slew of cultural activities; the fair is hosting Bhojpuri singer Malini Awasthi and famous comedian Surendra Sharma and his team. In addition, there are rock concerts, classical music performances, poetry recitals and a number of such programmes. The best of these activities take place at 6 PM if you are keen for the best of Surajkund.

There is a 50% discount for differently-abled, senior citizens, serving soldiers, war widows and their dependents. Students can also avail of the same on weekdays, provided they carry valid ID cards.

Location: Surajkund, Faridabad

2019 Surajkund theme: Maharashtra

Visit timings: 10 AM – 7 PM

Tickets: INR 120 (Weekdays), INR 180 (Weekends)

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