Shimla’s Bantony Castle Put On A 30-Minute Light And Sound Show, Tourists Were Mesmerised

by Shreya Ghosh
Shimla’s Bantony Castle Put On A 30-Minute Light And Sound Show, Tourists Were Mesmerised

Tourists are packing their bags to travel to Shimla to beat this scorching heat. This hilly city in Himachal Pradesh is always a favourite destination not only for Indian travellers but for overseas visitors too. Surrounded by magnificent natural beauty, there is an exciting reason to visit this place and it is the mega light and sound show. Tourists who witnessed this magical show recently are simply impressed with the performances.

The Light And Sound Show In Shimla’s Bantony Castle Is The Biggest Highlight!

Twitter user Ashwani Sharma @ashwanis1208 shared some fascinating glimpses and snippets from this wonderful story-telling light and sound show on the micro-blogging site. It is the first of its kind in North India, as stated by Ashwani Sharma in the caption of the tweet.

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The historical and iconic Bantony Castle of Shimla hosted the much-talked-about light and sound show recently. The extravaganza and splendour of the performance have dazzled the attendees. This 30-minute-long show represents the rich culture, heritage, and history of this beautiful hilly city. The show began just on Monday and it has become a massive hit already among locals and travellers in just a couple of days. People who have watched the glory of this show are suggesting others enjoy it as well. Everyone is extremely impressed with it and the number of visitors awaiting to witness the performance is increasing as well.

This New Addition Will Help To Promote Shimla’s Tourism Sector!

Deputy Chief Minister Mukesh Agnihotri inaugurated the fascinating light and sound show on Monday and made it accessible to everyone. After initiating the show for the public, he stated that the new beginning in the Bantony Castle will help in drawing visitors and boosting the tourism industry in Shimla, according to a report by Hindustan Times. This show is an excellent representation of the city’s culture and history. Soon, tourists will get to know more about the city as Bantony Castle will get a museum too.

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Do you have any plans to travel to Shimla anytime soon? If yes, you surely need to add this beautiful experience to your itinerary!

Cover Image Courtesy: Twitter/ Ashwani Sharma (@ashwanis1208)