Surajkund International Crafts Mela (exacting importance is ‘Pool of the Sun’)
is a fake (‘Kund’ signifies lake or repository) worked in the scenery of the Aravalli slopes
with an amphitheater-molded bank developed in crescent structure.
It is said to have been worked by the Tomar ruler Suraj Pal of Tomar line in the tenth century.
This area is interesting worldwide art celebration for all
the craftsman to grandstand their way of life and ability from across the globe.
Consistently this celebration is facilitated by Haryana Tourism Department in Surajkund yearly, be that as it may,
Surajkund Mela activities offers odd attractions, for example, conventional people dance, manikin plays, melodic shows
for sightseers of each age, more than 20 nations from Europe, South Asia and Africa partake
in this art celebration making it a gigantic achievement.
For unversed, Surajkund signifies ‘Pool of the Sun’, it is an antiquated repository
of the tenth century worked by then lord Suraj Pal of the Tomar tradition.
Surajkund International crafts Mela dates takes place every year in Feb (1 to 15th Feb).
Surajkund International Crafts Mela History
This fest previously occurred in 1987 and since the time at that point, Haryana
has been sorting out the celebration with extraordinary pageantry and enthusiasm.
With time the celebration has acquired extraordinary significance
and has become the world’s biggest International Craft Festival,
as it permits individuals to feature their gifts and culture from across the globe.
It didn’t launch as global reasonable it was distinctly in 2013,
it was overhauled at worldwide level and was called ’28th Surajkund International Crafts Mela’.
So undeniably in excess of 15 SAARC nations and some from Africa and Europe have partaken in the Fair.
Surajkund International Crafts Mela Importance
This fest has an extraordinary importance as it advances the Indian’s way
of life and empowers every one of the nearby craftsman’s to exhibit their abilities.
Location: Unnamed Road, Lakewood city, Surajkund, Faridabad, Haryana 121010
Surajkund Mela Entry Fes is Rs 20/- for Indians and Rs 250/- for overseas visitors
Entry Timings for Surajkund Mela are 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM
Surajkund Mela distance is just 38 km away from Delhi, there are different ways to reach at Mela
By Metro – You can take metro from Rajiv chowk (Yellow line) and change
it at Central secretariat (Violet line) and take a drop
at Badarpur line station from here Mela is just 1 km.
By Taxi – If you are at IGI global air terminal then you can take
a taxi for The Surajkund Mela as its lone 35 Min away from the IGI
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