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Government of Rajasthan collaborates with Saat Saath Arts to launch Sculpture Park at Nahargarh Fort

The Government of Rajasthan in collaboration with Saat Saath Arts has announced the launch of The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur on December 10, 2017.

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Festival People to launch 4-day destination festival 'Wonderflip', a circus cum music fest

Performing arts and music festival ‘Wonderflip’ will be held in rustic, rural Khempur, a 45-minute drive away from Udaipur. The three nights and four days will have guests meet characters out of fairytales, be absorbed in a world of experiential art and hear some great live and electronic artists from around the world.

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EEMA initiates Mice and Wedding market creation platform in Rajasthan

On the 7th of April 2017 Event and Entertainment Management Association (EEMA) will launch a consortium for Mice and Wedding event planners to connect with Rajasthan's wide resource pool. The all day event will begin with a conclave at Hotel Diggi Palace in Jaipur followed by a networking dinner and celebration at The Gulmohar.

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Nothing like Taalbelia exists in the current crop of music festivals- Siddhartha Chaturvedi, Event Crafter

Mandawa came alive in january this year as destination music festival Taalbelia pitched camp at the small Shekhavati town to mark its debut. Set in the backdrop of the royal castle, Taalbelia feautured three stages and more than thirty acts across four days at two breathtaking venues. Add some good food to the mix, few kid-friendly workshops and exciting excursions and we have the makings of a promising future. Siddhartha Chaturvedi, Director of Rajasthan's leading experiential agency Event Crafter, and the organizer of Taalbelia, gets candid about his brainchild.

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Everything you missed at Taalbelia, a 4-day residential music festival set in the desert

In the heart of Rajasthan, lies the majestic Mandawa, a quaint Shekhawati town adorned with frescoes, tales and bearings of a regal era gone by. The heritage and ancient royal charm of Mandawa met with a world class mix of music, art and culture at the debut edition of Taalbelia, a fully sold out four-day long multi-format festival organized by Event Crafter between January 26th and January 29th, 2017.

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Mehrangarh Museum Trust to present 10th World Sacred Spirit Festival in Jodhpur

The sites of the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur and the Ahhichatragarh Fort in Nagaur open their doors to an extraordinary sacred and historical musical journey on February 17-19, 2017. For the 10th year in a row, the Mehrangarh Museum Trust presents to music aficionados of India the World Sacred Spirit Festival (WSSF).

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Alchemist wins mandate for Au Housing Finance’s branding and strategy

Rajasthan headquartered Au Housing Finance has appointed Alchemist Marketing Solutions to lead its branding process following a multi-agency pitch that lasted 3 months. The organization has recently demerged from its parent company- Au Financiers, and is looking to revamp the brand including changing the name, creating a fresh visual identity and new creative communication.

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Eventcrafter announces 4-day multi-format festival Taalbelia, featuring music, adventure, culture at Mandawa

In the heart of Rajasthan, lies the majestic Mandawa, a quaint Shekhawati town adorned with frescoes, tales and bearings of a regal era gone by. Known for its forts and havelis, this picturesque town provides travellers and visitors with a sense of discovery at every turn. Not a bad place to kick-start your year then, right in the lap of Shekhawati royalty with Taalbelia, a four-day long multi-format festival to be held between January 26 and January 29, 2017.

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Gyan Museum opens its doors in Jaipur as a venue to cultivate art and culture

Gyan Museum has opened it's doors at Jaipur, Rajasthan, and has been inaugurated by Princess Diya Kumari of Jaipur. Gyan Museum is a tribute to late Gyan Chand Dhaddha - naturalist, collector and gemologist by his sons Suresh Dhaddha and Arun Dhaddha.

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