Delhi’s iconic Red Fort is set to become a vibrant tapestry of history and art as it prepares to host a multifaceted celebration of Parakram Diwas 2024. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the event on January 23rd, igniting a nine-day spectacle that culminates on January 31st.
Weaving together historical reflections and dazzling performances, the celebration promises to immerse visitors in the legacy of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and the Azad Hind Fauj. The Red Fort, a silent witness to their saga, will come alive through:
- Projection mapping shows: Artists from the National School of Drama will paint the fort walls with stunning visuals, blending history and art to tell tales of bravery and sacrifice.
- Special veterans’ recognition: A poignant tribute will be paid to the living legends of the Indian National Army, their stories echoing through the fort.
- Immersive exhibitions: Rare photographs, documents, and artifacts will unveil the remarkable journey of Netaji and his troops, captivating visitors with their insightful narratives.
- Interactive workshops: Painting and sculpture workshops will offer a hands-on experience, allowing participants to connect with the spirit of the freedom struggle.
- Cutting-edge technology: Step into the past with an AR and VR exhibition, offering a unique and interactive perspective on historical events.
This grand celebration extends beyond the Red Fort’s walls. Prime Minister Modi will digitally launch
Bharat Parv, a nine-day extravaganza showcasing India’s vibrant diversity through Republic Day tableaux and cultural exhibits. Held in front of the Red Fort, it promises to be a platform for global engagement, reflection, and celebration of India’s resurgent spirit.
Entry to both events is free, ensuring that everyone can be a part of this historic commemoration. Witness the Red Fort transform into a canvas of bravery, sacrifice, and artistic brilliance as we celebrate Parakram Diwas 2024 and relive the inspiring legacy of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
- Multifaceted celebration at Red Fort from January 23rd to 31st
- Prime Minister Modi inaugurates the event and launches
- Projection mapping shows, immersive exhibitions, and interactive workshops
- Tribute to veterans of the Indian National Army
- Free entry to both events