Tourism awareness tour
The two-day celebrations slated for 29 and 30 March, will begin with a tourism awareness programme for special children in which the children will be taken to Albert Hall, Jantar Mantar and City Palace from 9 am to 11.30 am.
Puppet shows of the national level are being arranged in Rangaayan at Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK) from 11 am to 12 noon on both the days. On March 29, there will be a puppet show presented by Kat-Katha Art Show from New Delhi and on March 30 by Sudip Gupta of Dolls Theatre from Kolkata.
For the spiritual minded travellers there will be a Maha Arti at four places of worship. These Maha Artis will be held at Ganesh Ji Temple (Moti Dungri), Gurudwara (Raja Park), St Xaviers School Church and Mosque (Subhash Chowk).
Bharat Natyam performance
At 6 pm in the evening, on 29 March there will be a Bharat Natyam performance by Devyani, French National, based in Delhi. Organised by DOT the event will be held at Rangayan at JKK.
Classical music performance
The classical music lovers will get to hear renowned singer Shubha Mudgal on March 29 and well known flutist Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia on March 30 at the Central Park from 7.30 pm onwards. The event has been organised by DOT in association with Spic Macay.
Food and Craft Bazaar
For the foodies and the lover of handicrafts there is a 10-day Food and Craft Bazaar at the Shilpgram in JKK from March 21 to 30 March. It is being organised by Rural Non Farm Development Agency (RUDA). This bazaar will be from 3 pm to 9.30 pm. Rajasthani folk performances in the bazaar have been arranged by DOT.