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3-week annual garden tourism festival begins in Delhi

New Delhi: The Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) along with Delhi government’s Tourism Department on Friday kicked off the annual garden tourism festival at the Garden of Five Senses located near Saket in south Delhi.

This annual flower show that used to conclude within one week has been extended to three weeks this year.

The festival would be celebrated with a new theme — ‘Colours of Nature’ — with the objective to create awareness about the environment and showcase the rich floriculture of the national capital.

“This year the organising committee of Delhi Tourism has decided to extend the festival to three weeks to give ample safe opportunities to the visitors,” said a member of the organising…

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