Delhi is not only the political capital of India but also the cultural capital of the country. Different cultural and artistic programs are held in the capital. The glorious history and the legendary past make Delhi an ideal location to host such events.
Sri Thyagaraja is one of the pillars of Carnatic music in India. Born in 1767 the great composer was born in the Tanjavur district of Tamil Nadu. His compositions are not only unique but evolve a sense of inspiration and motivation.
The Thyagaraja Festival, Delhi is one of the most renowned cultural programs of the country. This eleven day program brings together some of the country’s best vocalists, dancers and musicians. The festival features 25 different kinds of programs.
Artists from different parts of the country travel to Delhi to participate in this prestigious event. Reputed classical dancers and vocalists gather to honor and pay homage to the Sri Thyagaraja.
Time to celebrate
The renowned Thyagaraja Festival, Delhi is usually organized in the end of February and the beginning of March. Art lovers from different parts of the country travel to Delhi to experience this rare moment.