With Lakhs Of Tulip Bulbs Growing In & Around Shanti Path, New Delhi’s Tulip Festival Is A Delightful Scene

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by Shreya Rathod

A garden of beautiful flowers — what a sight! And now you can watch this beautiful scenario at New Delhi’s Tulip Festival. The festival started from 14th of February and will go on till 26th at Chanakyapuri in New Delhi. Here is all you need to know about it, and what a fantastic sight the entire place is.

The Tulip Festival In New Delhi

The Tulip festival is organised by the New Delhi Municipal Council at Shanti Path lawns. The main focus is to showcase the beautiful flowers that people can see and admire. In order to organise this festival, tulips were brought from the Netherlands and positioned at various lawns, roundabouts, and crossroads in Shanti Path. Moreover, they have also decided to host tulip walks on the 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th of February. The quantity of tulips has doubled this year and you can see them blooming in every area of NDMC.

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Get Your Camera Ready

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To promote the Tulip Festival, the authorities planned to organise a photography competition. In this competition, photographers can come and click beautiful pictures of these tulips. This competition will be held from February 14 to February 24 at specific locations. And if you are interested, there are some rules that you have to follow. First, anyone who resides in India can participate in this competition.

Second, there are only some selected areas where you can click pictures. They include York Place Roundabout, Shantipath, Mathew Circle Roundabout, Teenmurti Roundabout, Commonwealth Park, Leela hotel Roundabout, Metro Park, Sanjay Jheel Park, Roundabouts connecting Shantipath, Panchsheel Marg, Niti Marg, and Kautilya Marg and others. You can find further details regarding these areas on the official NDMC website. Third, there are no rules on what kind of camera you are allowed to click photos from. Fourth, these photos should be posted with the hashtag ‘#NDMCTulipfestival’ on social media.

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The official website has other details that you might want to refer to.

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