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Pinjore Heritage Festival, Haryana
The Pinjore Heritage Festival is held every year at Pinjore in Haryana. It highlights the Pinjore town.
 
 Pinjore Heritage Festival, HaryanaPinjore Heritage festival is organized by the government in order to showcase the town of Pinjore with its rich heritage, gardens. Pinjore is an ancient town that was developed during the Vedic times. It is known for its exotic gardens and tourist attraction.

This annual event is supported by Haryana Tourism Department and other state bodies in all respect. The Pinjore Festival was started recently, with the first being celebrated in 2006. This year in 2011, Pinjore will witness its sixth

Yadavindra Garden, one of the oldest and most well maintained Mughal gardens in the world is the venue for the event every year. One of the most unique and attractive feature of the garden is the 7 descending levels of Garden arrangement. Although initially designed during the Mughal era, they have been in various hands, namely the Hill Rulers of Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas to the royal house of Patiala.

The Pinjore Heritage Festival exhibits the culture and tradition of Haryana. The event is a cultural flux, wherein artists from all over India gather to exhibit their art and make the event successful. Many attractions such as Garba dance, folk dances, musical concerts, rock bands, classical music, shopping and food bazaar keep the viewers engaged.

The Yadavindra gardensare beautifully decorated which create the ambience that reflects back to Vedic times and Mughal times.

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(Last Updated on : 28/03/2013)
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