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Jal Mahotsav

Where the spirit of adventure takes you by surprise, where the winds sing the song of joy and where the nature comes to life – such is the magnificence of India’s one of its kind water festival Jal-Mahotsav.Nestled in the lap of the largest reservoir in India – Indira Sagar Dam located in Khandwa district; Jal Mahotsav unfolds the natural beauty of “Heart of India – Madhya Pradesh.” The union of land, air and water adventures combined with the luxurious tent city makes it a great holiday destination for a family as well as an adventure seeker.

Located on the banks of the indira sagar dam in Madhya Pradesh, Hanuwantiya is a glorious spectacle of nature. Clear skies dotted with majestic white clouds,emerald green foliage and,best of all,clean blue waters that remind one of the Mediterranean. A vast improvement ,you would agree, on traffic snarls,pollution and all the other accompanying annoyances of urban life.

Jal mahotsav is an eighty-day long festival of food,art,nature and surprise, surprise-adrenalin.
While idyllic islands are not normally associated with adventure, Jal Mahotsav manages to break that stereotype in the best possible way. And though adventure is a big part of the experience, the festival offers enough for people who prefer less strenuous activity too. Let’s take a closer look at how your day will unfold.

Start your waking up in your own luxury tent to a picture-perfect sunrise, and see the golden light just melt over the trees and water. Your accommodation is in a beautifully arrayed tent city that’s located close to all the action. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the tented city,overlooking the beautiful blue waters. Posting to social media is optional.
Now it’s time for your vacation meter to start ticking.Take your pick from a host of activities on land, air, and water like paramotoring and parasailing, and even the devilishly fun water zorbing where you enter 3 huge transparent ball of plastic and roll reminder of the great times you’ve experienced. You can continue your tryst with MP’s culture by spending the evening at Hanuwantiya watching folk music and dance performance.

A watercation to Jal Mahotsav has all the elements to reinvigorate your body,mind, and spirit. It’s all about tan,man and fun. If you’re already making plans and wondering how to get here-the nearest airport is Indore, just 3 hours away from the Madhya Dweep islands where Hanuwantiya is located. If you’re travelling byrail, you need to get off at Khandwa, 50 km away. And if you prefer the road, then Hanuwantiya is well connected to Indore,Bhopal and Khandwa. This year, Jal Mahotsav will be held from December 2019 to February 2020. So, hurry up and book your tickets already.

You begin to feel a little active again, you can also go for leisurely nature walks or cycle around the island and visit the local villages in the vicinity. Oh, and if you really want to take the idyllic experience up another notch, we recommend bullock cart rides that are a popular attraction at Hanuwantiya.

Now , no great festival is complete without food and shopping, and Jal Mahotsav doesn’t disappoint you on these counts as well. There’s food court that dishes out some of the tastiest food items native to MP and this includes street food too. Make sure you visit the crafts bazaar which sells beautiful handicrafts that you can carry home as a reminder of the great times you’ve experienced. You can continue your tryst with MP’s culture by spending the evening at Hanuwantiya watching folk music and dance performances.

A watercation to Jal Mahotsav has all the elements to reinvigorate your body, mind, and spirit. It’s all about tan,man, and fun. If you’re already making plans and wondering how to get here-the nearest airport is Indore just 3 hours away from the Madhya Pradesh.
Now it’s time for your vacation meter to start ticking. Take your pick from a host of activities on land, air, and water like paramotoring and paralising, and even the devilishy fun water zorbing where you enter a huge transparent ball of plastic roll around in the water. If you prefer more fast –paced action, there ‘s banana boating and speed boating and speed boating too. And if, by chance, you’ve had your fill of the water, you can try all terrain Vehicle racing and hot air ballooning.

But if you’re the sort who just wants to take it easy and just watch the world go by, there are ways of dioing that as well. Take your pick from the house boats and cruise boats and laze around on their decks. If by some chance, you begin to feel a little active again, you can also go for leisurely nature walks or cycle around the island and visit the local villages in the vicinity. Oh, and if you really want to take the idyllic experience up another notch we recommend bullock cart rides that are a


Jal Mahotsav

Tan, Man, Fun: Why Jal Mahotsav is the ultimate watercation

If vacation updates on Facebook are anything to go by, then it’s hard to have not come across albums featuring Goa, Kerala and Andman and Nicobar islands-all popular spots for water babies. But if you’re looking for a watercation that promises more than just beaches, then Hanuwantiya island in Madhya Pradesh is where you should be. Come October and it’s here that you will find India’s largest water carnival, Jal Mahotsav.