Cultural activities to enthrall you

The cultural activities at Rann Utsav have been one of the key highlights of Rann Utsav Tent City, where we showcase not only local artistes on the stage, but also invite unique dancers, performers, including the Siddi community who perform tribal dance to leave the audience in raptures.

cultural activities at Rann Utsav
Bhuj Culture

Bhujodi Village

Located 12 km from Bhuj, this traditional crafts village nestles a close-knit community of artisans. Apart from the village of artisans, the Vande Mataram Museum has replicas of Red Fort and Indian Parliament and also stages an engaging laser show.

Gandhi Nu Gaam

A traditional village in Ludiya, Kutch, where every family is well-versed with local crafts and handicrafts. The village was almost destroyed in the 2001 earthquake. The village was reconstructed in the ‘Bhunga House’ style inspired by the local craftsman that survived the earthquake.

Gandhi nu gaam kutch

Nirona Village

Rogan Art, exclusive to this village, is a rare cloth art dating back to over 400 years. Only one family in the entire world is practicing this art with expertise. Nirona is also a home to Lacquer wood work.

Hodko Village

Behold the beauty of the artistic, raw and rich handicrafts manually crafted to perfection. The copper bells, leather pieces, claywork and embroidery work are beyond wonder. Bring them home to add great aesthetic value to your dwelling.

Dates Extended!

This is to inform you that Rann has been extended till 27th March 2024. There’s still a chance to book your Rann Ke Rang experience for 2024!

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