A two-day G20 Flower Festival is being organised at Delhi’s Connaught Place from today, March 11. It is aimed at highlighting the vibrancy of G20 members and guest countries.
Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav inaugurated the festival today which is being organised by the New Delhi Municipal Council at Central Park. G20 countries including Japan, Singapore, and the Netherlands are participating in it.
Flower plants of different colours and varieties are being displayed in different forms and installations to showcase the diversity of the Indian subcontinent. The festival is also showcasing the painting and photographs of flowers of G20 member countries and guest countries.
The timing of the festival is from 10 AM to 7 PM and entry is free for the general public. The musical and cultural programmes are also planned at the site of the event.
Inaugurated the G20 Flower Festival at New Delhi’s Central Park. It’s a sight to behold. Do visit and experience the vibrancy of colours and positivity at the Festival. pic.twitter.com/68gN5Nw3Xv
— Bhupender Yadav (@byadavbjp) March 11, 2023