The Tulip Festival in Delhi is a celebration of the arrival of spring and the stunning beauty of tulips. It is usually held in the month of February and lasts for about two weeks. The Tulip Festival in Delhi is not just a celebration of the arrival of spring and the beauty of tulips, but also a symbol of hope and resilience.
Tulips in Delhi are making this spring extra special. The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) is hosting a three-day tulip festival on the grounds of Shanti Path in Chanakyapuri beginning February 14 as part of a series of festivities marking the start of G20-related meetings in Delhi. This year, over 1.2 lakh tulip bulbs have been planted in Chanakyapuri and other areas of central Delhi, roughly double the tulips sent from the Netherlands last year.
#NDMC is organizing a Tulip Festival to welcome the spring season from 14th to 26th February, 2023 in the Lawns of Shantipath, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. #NDMCTulipFestival #G20Summit #G20India#SmartCity #G20 pic.twitter.com/L2bNPAighI
— New Delhi Municipal Council Official (@tweetndmc) February 13, 2023
The NDMC has also scheduled a one-week tulip festival from 18 February to 26 February 2023, which will include a walk from Shanti Path and a photography contest from 14 February 14 to 25 February 2023. NDMC has also put heart-shaped flower decks and selfie stations in prominent spots such as Laxmibai Nagar, Lodhi Garden, Sanjay Park, Connaught Place, and other adjoining areas.
The council will also host a tulip photography competition between February 14 and February 24. “This competition will be co-hosted by a photography group. People can enter the contest by photographing planted tulips. Every day, NDMC will select the three finest photos and post them on its social media networks. “At the end of the festival, the best judged shot will be awarded too.
The Tulip Festival in Delhi is an event that should not be missed by anyone who loves nature, culture, and tradition. The stunning beauty of the tulips, the local food, and the warmth and hospitality of the people of the region make it an unforgettable experience.