Imagine a weekend filled with the strains of folk music, majestic performances by music and dance luminaries, an open-air wildlife film festival on a giant screen, tiger safaris, fantastic interactive talks on conservation success stories by wildlife conservationists, music workshops, yoga & meditation camps, all in the stunning Nahargarh Palace in Ranthambore Forest. This is what waiting for you at the Ranthambore Festival.
27 to 29 January 2017. It’s a long weekend, and you know what to do!
You will be able to see an enthralling selection of folk, classical, and world musical and dance performances in addition to interactive Music workshops, Art and Craft workshops, Music and Nature panel discussions, Interactive talks, an Open-air wildlife film festival, Street theatre, Yoga & Meditation workshops, a Food festival, Drum circles, Interactive cookouts, and a popup Souq featuring amazing non-profit startups.
Nestled in the forests of Ranthamore lies the Nahargarh Palace, the magnificent venue of the Ranthambore Festival. Its beautiful halls, courtyards, terraces, and avenues will be completely transformed on the republic day weekend of 2017 as it plays host to a festival like no other.
How to Reach
- By Air
Jaipur is around 166 km from Ranthambore. It is the nearest airport.
- By Train
Sawai Madhopur is the nearest railway station which is situated 7.4 kms from the venue.
Entry is free for panel discussions, film screenings, workshops, and performances by local musicians. Other special music and dance shows will be individually ticketed.
Visit the festival portal for more details.
What to Expect
- Panel discussions with leading wildlife conservationists in India
- Folk music performances
- Wildlife film screenings
- Food festival
- Art and Craft souk
- Yoga and meditation workshops
- Hot air ballooning