Surajkund, Faridabad 03 February 2015 :: Reverberating cultural programmes by international and national folk artistes at the Chaupal at Surajkund Mela grounds entertained visitors throughout the day.From Haryanvi Ghoomer to Purulia Chau of West Bengal and Russain dancers, all keep the visitors glued to their spots.The Mela celebrates the unique diversity of Indian traditions and culture in a ambience, created to represent the ethos of rural India. Surajkund International Crafts Mela showcases some of the most exquisite handlooms and handicrafts of India. Handmade fabrics soaked in ethnic colours make an eye catching display for the visitors.
The multi-cuisine Food Courts provides ethnic cuisines from all over the world, which are immensely popular with visitors. The scintillating folk performances at the two ‘Chaupals’ and mesmerizing evening recitals at ‘Natyashala’ rev up the entertainment quotient. There are designated places for amusement, adventure sports and joy rides to make it a must visit event for the young.
The Surajkund lies 8 kms from South Delhi, is best connected with roadways, railways & airways.
By Metro : Board a Metro from Central Secretariat till Badarpur via Sarita Vihar and Mohan Estate. Plus, Badarpur lies close to the interstate border amid Delhi & Faridabad.
By Road : Surajkund is well-connected to Delhi, Gurgaon and Faridabad by your own conveyance, taxis & private coaches.
By Air : The location is a about 25 km from Palam Airport & 35-minute drive from the Indira Gandhi International Airport. By Rail: Travel to Surajkund is possible as Delhi is the nearest Railway junction & Faridabad and Gurgaon are both linked to Delhi via Railway lines.
Report & Photograph byNaresh Narula, Faridabad.