The Great Rann of Kutch in the Gujarat state of India is known for its natural splendor. The Rann Utsav is the natural beauty of Kutch. Winters can be a perfect excuse to advent to the desert of Kutch during the most mesmerizing months of the year in India. The Rann Utsav introduces the celebration of colors, culture and expressions.
The Rann of Kutch festival, known as The Rann Utsav of celebration, paints a vibrant picture of the white desert every year.
Kutch Culture, Handicraft and White Rann
Kutch is well-in handicrafts and embroidery work. The creativity of Kutch residents is so much. They indulge in traditional mirror work in their art. Even the traditional folk dance is in their blood.
Kutch is famous for its handicrafts, hills, White Desert, beautiful sea, beaches, various forts, etc. The low-flying mudflats of the white Rann fill with water during the wet season and then dry out over the rest of the year by December; once evaporation has done its work, the saline crust hardens to form the signature white color by the end of January the marsh is the unending White Desert.
A date with the full moon and Stargazing
A full moon is very light up, which makes the sky appear to be washed out, and few stars seem to be present in the sky. The brightness of the sky, while the full moon is active, is approximately 18.0 per square arc second.
Stargazing is wonderful. The autumn, winter and spring offer the best time to stargaze; many astronomers refer to this. During the full moon night the white desert is shining due to rising falls on the salt from the moon light. The view on the full moon night was so beautiful that it pleased tourists and became a memorable experience for visitors.
Experience one of the darkest place
Watching the salty marshy land extending endlessly under the moonlight is a scene straight out of a fairy tale. In that experience there are vivid sights and sounds.
There is uniqueness of flora and fauna, which contributes to making the White Rann a perfect getaway amidst nature. It is one of the darkest places. One can also experience a strange light phenomenon known as Chirr Bati along with beautiful views of the night sky. The catchline ‘Kutch Nahi Dekha, to Kuch Nahi Dekha, perfectly describes the wonder of the salt desert.”
Enjoy the white desert festival with safety assurance.
The fascinating things at the Great Rann of Kutch festival 2021, with safety as attending the cultural festival hosting folk artists from all corners of Gujarat is a must. They perform almost everywhere and every moment. Here we can live those imaginations of a bonfire in the desert while we dance to the tunes of true folk music.
The Palace of Koteshwar and Dholavira are lovely places in Kutch during the Rann festival. To experience the culture of Kutch, Kutch rann Utsav tent booking. The tent city is the only way to unravel the beauty. Rann Utsav packages give the guests a festive feel and deal with transport issues in the desert. Only Tent City and White Rann Resort offer Rann Utsav packages.
Also, with a package, you will get more cultural activities, fests, and bazaars either at Tent City or White Rann Resort.
Available packages for Rann Utsav
Rann Utsav – Tent City (often referred to as Dhordo Tent City or just Tent City) the option of booking Rann Utsav packages. Packages of Tent City are listed here.
Tent City offers three packages (1N/2D, 2N/3D, and 3N/4D). Another thing that is included in their packages is food, adventure rides, cultural activities, craft village.
A memorable experience to stay with unparalleled luxury
Accommodation, food and all other arrangements are perfect in Rann Utsav. A comfortable stay in the middle of the Kutch desert was impressive.
Food -all meals had delicious Gujarati dishes. The helpful staff for anything you need. The salt desert is fantastic, and I would strongly recommend it.
Hotels near Rann of Kutch, hotel & resort are elegantly designed to make your stay comfortable. The room is a masterpiece with an exquisite design pattern with contemporary color combination to give the perfect ambience of harmony, comfort and happiness.
Rann Utsav has greeted tens of thousands of visitors each year from all around the world, and its popularity has only grown manifolds. An indulgence for all senses, enjoy an authentic food experience, ears celebrate the sounds of folk music, and eyes are treated to the splendid panoramas of the glimmering desert.
Shades of Rann (sunrise, sunset, full moon, dark moon)
The seawater turns into the salt mud-lands dissolving all the white salt. The landscape appears more as. Towards the western side, the moon rides slowly into oblivion; everyone’s gaze is towards the purple sky that has already started to change colors every minute. All of a sudden, the land was covered with a white blanket, making it glow. The sun radiating on the ground made the salt glitter more.
Sunsets always happen with a vast white foreground in the front; it’s a treat to the eyes. There are magnificent sunrises and sunsets in our journey across the nation and abroad. Magical ones include the light at Tiger Hill, Darjeeling and the magical sunset at Dal Lake, Srinagar. Each of them is different depending upon the surroundings.
Rann of Kutch Sunset
The sunset, the transformation of the sun, which shines bright and high during the daytime, slowly starts to mellow down and descend at the onset of the evening.
The color of the land changed from white to orange to dark as the sun settled down. As it was a full moon night that day, the Salt Dessert will be at its prime during midnight. The place was much quieter, peaceful and brought a sense of calmness at times.
Entertaining events for the guest
Entertainment is an activity that holds the interest of an audience. It is one of the activities or events that have developed. The traditional and cultural values of Kutch are famous for their creativity in arts and crafts. Different communities like nomadic and semi-nomadic have also kept the culture alive in today’s modern time. The folk dance of Kutch has existed for many years. The most famous dances are Gajiyo and Dandiya raas.
Gajiyo is a folk song that is very famous in the Region. Women of Kutch wear traditional clothes and perform traditional dance on this song.
The Kutchi people use several instruments to produce music like tabla, sharnai, nagara, Murli, janjhra, manjira, khanjari, ghaghar, flute, duff, dholak, damaru, daklu, nagfani, bhorrindo. The music instruments are linked with the Kutchi people and their religion.
Another powerful instrument is jodia pawa. They are a pair of flutes of the same size. Jodia pawas are kept together in the mouth and played.
It celebrates a wide range of art and craft in Kutch over centuries. It celebrates the resilience of its people who have seen rainless years and devastating earthquakes yet have always risen like the phoenix. During The Rann festival, you will be greeted by vibrant colors of Kutch embroidery, stay in Lippan-covered bhungas, listen to Kutchi folk songs, and stare at miles of uninterrupted, shimmering white salt.
RANN UTSAV means nature comes as a person as well as culture.