35th Garden Tourism Festival was inaugurated on Friday by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. It will continue in Delhi till 9pm, Sunday, February 19.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday inaugurated the 35th Garden Tourism Festival, being organised in the Garden of Five Senses by the Delhi government.
The three-day festival will continue till 9pm, Sunday, February 19.
“This is a very prestigious annual garden festival for the people of Delhi. The beauty of Garden of Five Senses is further enhanced during this annual garden festival when plants from the world over are showcased here,” Sisodia said while inaugurating the festival.
The main objective of the festival is to make Delhi green and to spread awareness about the environment among the people. Sisodia interacted with the environment enthusiasts at the fest and visited the stalls that showcased a variety of plants from the country and abroad.
Maple Leaf from Canada, Iris from France, Cornflower from Germany, Tulip from Turkey, Chamomile from Russia, Lily from Italy, and many other flowers will be the centre of attraction, an official statement said.