Visakha Utsav,Visakhapatnam



Visakha Utsav, Visakhapatnam is one of the grandest festivals of Vizag. It is an annual festival that takes place from the third Friday to Sunday of every year. This four day festival takes place in the month of January. The festival is arranged by the tourism department of Andhra Pradesh. The festival throws light upon the indigenous items of Vizag.

This much-celebrated festival of Visakhapatnam displays to the people the richness and diverse culture of the land. Visakha Utsav, Visakhapatnam is usually held on the Rama Krishna Beach. This festival sees innumerable number of tourists every year. Food stalls are the main attraction of this festival. Other attractions are the cultural programs, fashion shows and art exhibitions. There are traditional crafts exhibitions, flower shows, heritage tours and sports events as well. This festival is arranged by the Tourism Department in order to promote arts and craft of Vizag. The city of Visakhapatnam comes alive during this time of the year and people are filled with a sense of mirth and gaiety.



Last Updated on: 7/05/2013



     


     

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