Cuttack’s popular Bali Yatra festival has entered the Guinness World Records for ‘Most People Folding Origami Sculptures’ simultaneously. The event was organised by Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC).
The Guinness Book of World Record was awarded under the category of most people folding origami sculptures simultaneously to Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) today.
In his address at Bali, Modi praised the annual trade and commerce fair held every year on the banks of the Mahanadi river in Cuttack, Bali Yatra which commemorates the rich maritime history of Odisha.
As per the decision, the Bali Yatra will now concluded on November 17 instead on November 16, 2022.
A large number of visitors had thronged Cuttack to see Kailash Kher perform live at Bali Yatra on Saturday.
The annual Bali Yatra in Cuttack is back with a bang with lakhs of visitors thronging the millennium city every day to witness the grand fest. There is a continuous rise in the footfall of visitors to the historic fair which is organised to commemorate the rich maritime history of the state. Here is a glimpse of the mega event.
Cuttack: With only 2 days to commence, the preparations for the Bali Yatra in Cuttack have entered the last leg. And this time the district administration is leaving no stone unturned to make Asia’s biggest open-air fair even much better. Around 1500 stalls have been set up by traders on 44 acres of land allotted […]