Maharashtra Set To Organise 20 Cultural Festivals Across 6 Regions

Maharashtra Tourism has announced that it will be organising 20 mini festivals across six regions of the state. These regions include: Konkan, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati, and Nagpur. The festivals will take place both in February and March to help boost tourism in the state. A total of one crore has been set aside by the tourism department for the events. 

Tourists will get a chance to celebrate the heritage of Maharashtra

All these festivals will offer exciting opportunities to tourists to celebrate and engage in the heritage tourism of Maharashtra. Landmark festivals during this period will include the Grape Harvesting Festival in Nashik, Nandur Madhyameshwar Festival, Bhandardara Festival in Ahmednagar district and Laling Fort Festival in Dhule district.

In Pune, the Junna Grape Festival will take place followed by the Wai Festival in Satara district, and Panhala Festival in Kolhapur district. The vibrant festivals planned in the Aurangabad division will include Ter Festival in Osmanabad district, Kapildhara Festival in Beed district and Hottal Festival in Nanded district. 

The regional offices of the Directorate of Tourism will be organising all the festivals with help from the local district administration. 

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