A multi-city marathon To Take Place In Rajasthan On This Rajasthan Diwas

A multi-city marathon To Take Place In Rajasthan On This Rajasthan Diwas: Head to Jaipur people now can enjoy the Rajasthan Divas celebrations, organized by Department of Tourism, Government of Rajasthan. Featuring frequent and various events between March 28-30, the three-day event is actually organized in Rajasthan in order to celebrate the Rajasthan Divas.

A multi-city marathon To Take Place In Rajasthan On This Rajasthan Diwas

In Rajasthan Divas witness of a diversity and variety of the rich cultural events to rejoice the historical establishment of the majestic state of Rajasthan and the capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur is a multicultural town anyway.

The opening ceremony of the event actually took place on the 28th March with the traditional lighting of the Rajasthan Day Torch with Nagaras and Police Tattoo Show at the Rambagh Polo Ground at 5.30 pm.

On the Rajasthan Divas also the opening ceremony of International Festival of Short Films on Culture & Tourism is all set to inaugurate at Indralok Auditorium at 11 am by cine actress Madhu and Manisha Koirala on the very same days.

On March 29, a Cycle Marathon also prearranged by the Sports Department from Albart Hall to Jawahar Circle, at 6 am onwards, this was the important highlight of series.

Apart from that, the Army will be also providing some good performance with motivational songs by NCC cadets.

The famous Indian singing trio of Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy will perform at the mega-concert at Albert Hall from 7 pm onwards also.

Other important events in the line-up, are, consists of the 8th Theatre Olympic – 2018, inducted by the Additional Chief Secretary, Dr. Subodha Agarwal, it has been going in on from March 18 to 1 April,‘Mirza Sahiban’ (March 28); Bhagwajjukeeyam (March 29) and ‘Satya Harish Chandra’ (March 30).

There’s something special for the children too organized on this Rajasthan Divas, a Children Film Festival is also being hosted which permit a free entry to children.

In addition, an International Festival of Short Films on culture & tourism will be also organized.

Finally, head to Vidhansabha, Janpath this will be a grand closing ceremony, that will begin from this 6.30 pm onwards.


Monday, April 30, 2018 – Buddha Purnima/Vesak
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 – Labour Day/ Maharashtra Day