New Delhi: Cultural performances by the Zonal Cultural Centres as well as cultural troupes from States/ UTs, a pan-India Food Court and a pan-India Crafts Bazaar with 65 handicraft stalls will be part of “Bharat Parv 2023” at Red Fort in New Delhi.
Bharat Parv, displaying cuisine and culture of different states, opened today (27 January) for public. The six-day event is being organised till 31st of this month as part of the Republic Day Celebrations. The program is a way to celebrate India’s unity in diversity.
Culture and Tourism ministry has unveiled ‘Incredible India digital calendar 2023’ with the theme “The Incredible Festivals of India.” It says, the celebration of Republic Day will give new energy to the young population to work for the betterment of the country. Bharat Parv fulfils the spirit of Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat as artists, handicrafts, food stalls from all over India are present here. One can see mini India through Bharat Parv.
This year’s Bharat Parv brings together the vibrant rich culture of the country with participation by over 30 States/UTs. The highlights include showcasing of cultural performances by the Zonal Cultural Centres as well as cultural troupes from States/ UTs. The event is open to general public from 12 noon to 10 p.m. from 27th onwards to 31st January, 2023. The event is expected to attract a large number of visitors on all days.
Bharat Parv was previously held in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 ( and virtual in the year 2021) at the Lawns and Gyan Path in front of Red Fort. The physical event is being organized after a gap of 2 years at the Lawns and Gyan Path in front of Red Fort.
The six-day event will have the following major components:
Regional Cuisine Display and Sale
Choreographed performances by Zonal Cultural Centre (Ministry of Culture)