Tourists to Agra will get a daily dose of cultural treat in an effort to showcase the “pristine art forms” of India to both Indians and foreigners.
“India is the land of pristine art forms, but unfortunately the country does not have a platform to showcase the cultural treasure to the keen tourists who flock here. But the gap will be bridged now, said Ashok Jain, Agra’s tourism industry leader.
“We are now going to bridge this gap. Every afternoon before lunch, a bouquet of Indian classical dances by best artistes from each region would be presented at the Kalakriti International Auditorium,” Jain told IANS… Click Here