Famous Indian Art Festivals That you must Visit

India is a perfect destination to explore prevalentculture, diverse religion, profuse geographical beauty and multiple languages.Whether it is spectacular panorama ofhigh mountains, sacred destinationsechoing sounds of mantrasor fun-frolicdestinationswith exotic beaches, every attractionin the country holds its uniqueshade and glitter. In so much diversity, one thing that combines the full nation as a string of pearl is its art and cultural festivals.

It goes without saying that the internet hasmade the art world more accessible than ever before. Search engine and e-commerce websitesare offering tremendous opportunities to learn more about the paintings and artists.No doubt that you can garner ample of convenience by exploring paintings online, but have you acquired those marvelousfeelings of paintings or sculptures and their details of color and brushstrokesfrom the same!I know, you all will agree with “no,” because an experience which comes by standing in front of the art can never be achieved through onlinemedium.That’s why art exhibitions, festivals and shows are soimportant for the art aficionados and other people who love art and traditions.

Representing every culture and religion,various renownedart festivals in India attracta number of tourists from every corner of the world. Make this holiday season more enthralling and colorful by visiting the following major art festivals in India.

India Art Fair- Since its inception in the year 2008, India Art Fair has been witnessing immense participation of both regional and international level artists, art curators, museum directors, exhibitors and gallery owners. It is connoted as South Asia’s premier art show that exhibits a potpourri of contemporary and modern art forms.The eighthedition of this giant art fair was held at NSIC exhibition ground in New Delhi. This festival exhibited the fantastic artworks of modern art created by emergingartists of smart generation.Many art aficionados and art connoisseurshave visited this fantastic art fair and mesmerized the beautiful art pieces showcased there. Till date, this internationally famed event is attended by 300,000 visitors.

Surajkund Crafts Mela-This amazing art and craft fair is still running in Faridabad, Haryana. The last date of this event is 15thFebruary. You can visit this fair to feel mood-setting rustic ambience, enjoy foot-tapping music andexploreamazing art pieces. You cannot stop yourself to enjoy with the rhythm of energetic folk dancers in the fair. Since 1981, this traditional craft fair has been exhibiting a beautiful collection of paintings, handcrafted items,and art sculpture created from stone, terracotta, cane and grass.Besides, you can also feel the melody of musical shows,experience the thrill from magical shows andtheatre workshops inSurajKundMeala. There arevarious food stalls that serve you with mouthwateringregional cuisines of India.

The Kochi-Muziris Biennale- Its India’s first contemporary art festival that made its debut in December 2012. Visitors can explore a balanced international flavor offresh contemporary art from both eastern and western galleries. It is organized in every two years and it runs across existing art galleries, heritagebuildings and art edifices in Kochi, Muziris and other surrounding islands. After two successful biennials, this art extravaganza gets famous across the world. In the beginning, the main focus of this art event is to showcase experimental contemporary arts, created by regional artist, patrons and local art investors.The next edition of The Kochi-Muziris Biennale will take place in 2016-17.

BengaluruInternational Art Festival– It is an initiative of Artists’ Introspective Movement (AIM) erected by Dr. Suma Sudhindra; Veena advocate; and Veena Murthy Vijay, renownedBharatanatyam and Kuchipudifolk dancer.It is a fantastic destination to enjoy the fun show, musical notes, foreign dance, theatrical art and many more shows relevantto folk culture.Along with fantastic Indian art forms, people can also enjoy other art-based performanceby foreign artists. Tourists from the corner of world eagerly wait for this event.

These above mentioned art festivals reflect rich Indian culture and graceful traditions. Instead of enjoying painting shows and arts online, you must visit famous art festivals to collect incredible experience with rich Indian talents. It will not only make your holiday trip interesting, but also make you familiarize with rich culture and diverse traditions of India.