The International Kite Festival, or Uttarayan or Kite Flying is one of the many colorful festivals is celebrated in Gujarat. The joyous and colorful state of Gujarat is gearing up for the national kite flying festival in Ahmadabad. The event is set to mark from 7th January to 15th January 2016.
International Kite Festival 2016 Ahmedabad Date:
7th to 15th January 2016
International Kite Festival 2016 Ahmedabad Venue:
Sabarmati River front, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
International Kite Festival 2016 Ahmedabad Time:
8:00 am to 5:00 p.m.
International Kite Festival is going to be held in Ahmedabad at Sabarmati Riverfront. The international kite festival is organised in Gujarat on the occasion of Uttarayan. Gujarat Tourism is organising kite festival celebration for last 28 years.
International Kite Festival 2016 Ahmedabad car entry point:
Patang hotel, Nr. Nehru Bridge Corner, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad
International Kite Festival 2016 Ahmedabad Public Entry:
Vallabh Sadan Temple, Opp. Gujarat Chamber of Commerce, Ashram Road
Every year the Kite festival is celebrated on 7th January to 15th January in Ahmedabad. In this year also the Kite festival will be celebrate on 7th to 15th January. Every day kite flyers can enjoy this festival from 8:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.
On this year the International Kite flying Festival 2016 Ahmedabad will be exciting on the same date. In this times various different kites are available in market. So, this yer heartly welcomes the International Kite Festival 2016 in Ahmedabad.
Makar Sankranti is the most popular festival in Gujarat. This is the special day of Hindu Calender and it is celebrated on 14th January every year. In southpart of India this festival is also known as Pongal.
The kite flying festival is one of the most awaited and best festival in Gujarat. And this is the important event in the calendar of Gujarat Tourism. Expert kite flyers bring various varieties of kite here. Here the kite flyers also do kite fighting. Since 1989 the city Ahmedabad has hosted the International kite Festival as part of the official celebration of Uttarayan.
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