Suffering from the new year blues? Then dance them away at one (or all) of these five festivals
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, Rajasthan, February
The Jaipur Literature Festival is not all about books.
Music fans flock here to enjoy a mix of Indian and international music. There’s something on every day of the week and the nights come to life with the sound of music. So sign up and gt ready to enjoy the rhythm of this popular festival
If you want to go, you’ll need to get moving. It’s taking place from 19th – 23rd January.
Check out the JLF website.
Nariyal Paani, Alibaug, Raigad District of Maharashtra
Nariyal Paani (Coconut water) is happening soon so you best get a move on.
Held at a popular Mumbai seaside getaway, Nariyal Paani was conceived by an architect and cafe owner who wanted a chilled out affair.
Set in coconut groves by the sea with a line up that’s been designed for all ages, it’s a winning formula that’s now in its third year.
To see what’s happening have look at the website.
Taalbelia, Mandawa, Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, February
Mandawa’s painted havelis in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan come to life with the sound of music in January too.
30 artists offer up a classical and contemporary mix at two venues over 4 days. There’s also arts and crafts, workshops and loads more happening at the festival (exploring royal stables, horse riding and ripping it up dirt biking or sand surfing).
Taalbelia is on from the 26th – 29th January. Find at more at the festival website.
Sulafest, Maharashtra, February
Sulafest is ten years old and celebrates its big birthday by adding a day to its much loved annual festival.
Held at the Sula Vineyards in Nashik, Maharasthra, (now that got your attention, didn’t it?) there will be wine, gourmet food, fun and frolics, as well as the sounds of 120 musicians on 3 stages or 3 days.
From the 3rd – 5th February. Find out more at the Sulfest Website.
Sufi Sacred Spirit World Music Festival, Rajasthan in February
If attending a musical festival at two imposing Rajasthani forts is your idea of fun, then the Sufi World Sacred Spirit Festival in February 2017 will be right up your street.
This festival starts off at Ahhichatragarh Fort in Nagaur from 13th – 15th February, before moving onto the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodphur from the 17th – 19th February.
What to know more? The website is here.