NDMC’s Tulip Festival remains the center of attraction for the capital city’s residents. To see the festival organized at Shantipath not only during the day but late into the evening, there is an influx of people. Not only this, apart from IAS officers, other officers, doctors, international players, dignitaries and common people also participate in the photo competition related to the festival and send photos to NDMC.
NDMC will host Tulip Festival in Shantipath from February 14 to 26 to welcome spring. NDMC even imported 1.24 lakh tulips from the Netherlands and planted them in the New Delhi area. He has planted a large number of tulips on the Shantipad. For this reason, the beauty of this place has been enhanced and the inhabitants of the capital flock to see this beauty. He comes not only during the day, but also in the late evening. On Sunday, there was a funfair-like atmosphere here.
NDMC has organized a photo competition for the festival until February 24. To participate in this competition, there is an influx of people who take pictures of tulips every day. From morning to night, from IAS officers to international players and ordinary people keep sending pictures of tulips to NDMC through social media.