Tulip Festival: Head to Delhi to see the tulips in full bloom at the Tulip Festival

Tulip Festival: Head to Delhi to see the tulips in full bloom at the Tulip Festival

The Tulip Festival, in its second edition, continues for 12 days, until February 21, and displays 200,000 tulips in countless colors.

Tulips bloom in Parliament. Credit: X/@hrawat19

Delhi is currently embracing the essence of spring as it welcomes the second Tulip Festival, which began on February 10 and will continue to wow locals and travelers until February 21. The festival, hosted by the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), boasts an impressive display of over 200,000 tulip bulbs, of which 80,000 adorn the Shanti Path area of ​​Lutyens’ Delhi.

NDMC has organized a series of engaging events for festival-goers, including tulip tours, photography and drawing competitions, and music and food festivals. The opening day witnessed a tour for students around the tulip flower, which aimed to enhance their understanding of the different types of the flower, its characteristics, history, and more.

The Delhi Tulip Festival displays tulips in eight colours, including white, yellow, red, pink, orange, purple, black and red-yellow, and are strategically planted in parks, meadows and roundabouts to attract spectators. In addition, in order to improve production costs, the National Disaster Management Center decided to preserve the tulip bulbs harvested this year.

    (Tags for translation) 2nd Edition Tulip Festival 

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