The festival is organised by the state at the edge of the Rann of Kutch in a village called Dhordo. The temporary city is set up over 5,00,000 sq meters, so people can enjoy cultural performances, markets, cuisines and crafts, as well as stay back to enjoy the white salt flats at night. The full moon nights are much coveted for visitors, as the moon lights up the marshland with its celestial glow. There are 350 tents in 9 clusters that host thousands each year from November to March. The idea is to showcase the cultural nuances of Kutch, spanning art forms, craft and cuisine to the travellers.
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