Lumbini Festival, Visakhapatnam



Lumbini festival, Visakhapatnam is a very colorful and vibrant festival of this coastal city in Andhra Pradesh. This is one of the most eagerly anticipated festivals of Vizag. This festival takes place from the second Friday to Sunday in the month of December. This festival in Vizag is celebrated with great pomposity and mirthfulness. This festival celebrates Buddhism in a grand manner. The festival highlights the age-old Buddhist cultural traditions of Andhra Pradesh. The Buddhist paintings done by indigenous artists are one of the main attractions of this festival.

A huge multitude of tourists visit Vizag during this time of the year in order to make the most of Lumbini festival. Lumbini festival, Visakhapatnam is organized by the Government of Andra Pradesh. The venue where this festival takes place is beautifully decorated with lights. The festival provides a great opportunity for the indigenous painters, sculptors and artisans of Vizag to produce their works and also gain some profit out of it.



Last Updated on: 7/05/2013



     


     

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