Faridabad Hindustan ab tak/Dinesh Bhardwaj : Surajkund mela is at its peak and the crowds are pouring in large numbers. There is music, culture and festivities pervading each and every corner of the mela and the visitors and tourists are witnessing one of the best celebrations of art and craft in the world.
A number of performances and shows have painted the canvas of the mela with bright colours and memories to remember. There is a musical evening lined up for the evening of 8th February 2020. The visitors will be treated to the electrifying musical performance of the much talented Padamjeet Sherawat, who will present to the audience with a medley of hit Bollywood numbers. Throughout the day buzzing with folk and musical performances various artists from across India as well as from abroad.
The Punjabi folk group is creating waves with its foot tapping folk numbers which keep the audience glued to their chairs. Egyptian performers too have given the pleasure of witnessing true Egyptian art and electrifying performances. These groups are much loved by everyone and wait for their performance to start every day.
A special Rajasthani Folk performance at Chaupal brought to the audience a slice of Rajashtani folk art. There were numerous performances lined up by the Rajasthani teams. There were dances forms like Kachhighodi, kalbelia dance, Chari dance and ghoomar. Each of these dance forms had a unique story to tell and was loved by the audience. There were folk singers from Rajasthan who added the colours of royal music to the chaupal. Shri RafeeqLanga presented the Khadtal instrumental and singing performance and Shri Ghafruddin Mewatigave a scintillating performance on Bhapangwadan.
Visitors also take a break from the shopping and relax at the food court. There is a huge list of delicacies to choose from like Himachli food, Rajasthani food Chinese, continental, Mughlai and even delicious chaat. Make sure you discover this culinary treasure whenever you visit the Surajkund Mela.