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Discover the Vibrant Hunar Mahotsav 2024: A Shopping Feast in Secunderabad

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Immerse yourself in the richness of India’s crafts, cuisine, and culture at the Hunar Mahotsav 2024 in Hyderabad at Gymkhana Grounds! Experience festival shopping for Ugaadi and Ramadan amidst a diverse array of handcrafted products and delectable food offerings.

Step into the vibrant world of the Hunar Mahotsav 2024, where Hyderabad comes alive with the colors, flavors, and sounds of India’s diverse heritage! This 12-day extravaganza promises an unforgettable experience, drawing visitors from near and far for festival shopping ahead of Ugadi and Ramadan.

Held at the Gymkhana Ground in Secunderabad, Telangana, the Hunar Mahotsav has been a buzzing hub of activity since its commencement on March 28th, 2024. It is dedicated to celebrating and supporting India’s artisans and craftspeople.

With over 350 artisans from more than 25 states and union territories, the Hunar Mahotsav showcases an impressive array of handcrafted treasures. From Andhra Pradesh to Assam, Bihar to Delhi, each stall tells a unique story of tradition and craftsmanship. Whether you’re drawn to delicate jewelry, intricate textiles, or whimsical pottery, there’s something to captivate every visitor.

But the Hunar Mahotsav is not just about shopping! Indulge your taste buds at the Food Court, where tantalizing aromas and flavors from across India await. From savory snacks to sweet delights, there’s no shortage of culinary delights to sample and savor.

As the sun sets, the festivities continue with lively music performances and a spirited Dandiya Night, adding to the festive ambiance.

With a wide selection of handcrafted goods and mouthwatering cuisine, the Hunar Mahotsav promises to make this year’s festival shopping a truly memorable experience and Ugadi purchases for neighbouring Secunderabad & Hyderabad folks.

As you wander through the colorful stalls and soak in the lively atmosphere, take a moment to appreciate the rich cultural tapestry of India. Every purchase you make supports local artisans and craftsmen, ensuring their traditions thrive for generations to come.

Admission to this cultural extravaganza is free for all, inviting everyone to experience the magic of India’s crafts, cuisine, and culture.

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