Discover three magnificent festivals.

Curated by the producer of the world’s largest literary show, across three iconic Indian cities, join us to embark on an unmissable voyage and indulge your passion for art and culture without compromising your comfort.

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The Tripti of Banaras in December

13th-15th December, 2024

Tripti - utmost satisfaction of the soul and the senses is what the Mahindra Kabira Festival offers. The resplendence of India's mightiest river, Ganga, along with a tribute to the timeless philosophy of the 15th-century mystic-poet Kabir, MKF is celebrated in the city of reflections and revelations, Banaras. Join this Festival as a Delegate to enjoy performances by maestros of music, insightful conversations, heritage experiences, magical boat rides, the Ganga Arati, a temple trail to Kashi Vishwanath, and more.



The Kumbh of Literature in January

30th Jan-3rd Feb, 2025

Described as the ‘greatest literary show on Earth,’ the Jaipur Literature Festival has been seen as the Mahakumbh of literature. For the past 17 years, it has transformed into an unmatched global literary phenomenon, hosting nearly 2,000 speakers and welcoming over a million book lovers from around the world. You can become a Friend of the Festival (Delegate) and enjoy an exclusive lounge with special perks, access to the Jaipur Music Stage, invitations to specially-curated events including the Heritage Evening at Amer Fort and the Writers’ Ball, and much more.



The Sukoon of Poetry in February

21st-23rd Feb, 2025

Sukoon – sheer bliss defines The Sacred Amritsar. This festival celebrates mystic poets and their verse in the historic city of Amritsar. The Delegate experience includes witnessing awe-inspiring musical performances and conversations with acclaimed thinkers, indulging in the famed Amritsari cuisine, visiting the city’s iconic restaurants, markets and locations such as the Jallianwala Bagh and the Golden Temple, and more.