The Embassy of India in Baku hosted an enriching event entitled
‘Rajasthan Promotion Day’ in Baku on 16 October 2023. The event
showcased the dynamic culture and tourism allure of Rajasthan and
was attended by dignitaries from Azerbaijan, the Indian diaspora,
in addition to Presidents and workplace bearers of Indian neighborhood
organisations. Representatives from main journey companies and the
media had been additionally current.
Ambassador Sridharan highlighted the tourism alternatives in
Rajasthan, together with by way of the favored Golden Triangle tour that
hyperlinks Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. He underlined that there are seven
direct flights each week between Baku and Delhi, additional making
Rajasthan a pretty vacation spot. These flights solely have a
four-hour journey time.
Mr. Prakash Kanjani gave a presentation on Rajasthan’s tourism
potential. His presentation spotlighted vacationer gems in Jaipur,
Udaipur, Jodhpur, and Jaisalmer that may be comfortably explored
inside per week’s itinerary. The presentation additionally supplied sensible
steering on travelling inside Rajasthan from Delhi and advisable
native delicacies price experiencing.
The ambiance was set by each Rajasthani and Azerbaijani
artists donning conventional Rajasthani apparel and delivering
compelling performances. They danced to the track “Dhola Aayo Re,”
encapsulating the rhythm of Rajasthani weddings. They serenaded the
viewers with traditional Rajasthani songs like “Kesariya Balam,” which
explores themes of love and longing, and “Chaudhary,” a tribute to
Rajasthani elders. They electrified the room with their energetic
dance to “Perfume Lagai Chunni,” reflecting Rajasthan’s vivacious
spirit. They danced to “Terah Taal and Kalbellia mix,” capturing
the wealthy cultural mosaic of Rajasthan. The performances had been met
with thunderous applause from the friends.
To culminate the night, attendees savoured an genuine Indian
feast that includes choose dishes from Rajasthani delicacies.