Need a good reason to visit Udaipur? Let Udaipur Tales, an international storytelling festival be that reason. The art of good storytelling has no boundary of culture, race or age-group. The fascinating oral tradition is old and very much alive. Come November, Udaipur will be your that place of comfort, the comfort that comes with good storytelling. Udaipur Tales, an international storytelling festival, will bring artists from places that have strong storytelling tradition. The three-day storytelling festival (November 30-December 2, 2018) will bring together folk, shamanic and dastangoi, a 13th century Urdu oral storytelling art form. This year is the festival's second edition and will be held at Park Exotica, Opposite Shilpgram in Udaipur. During the festival, well-known artists, authors, journalists and theatre artists will bring forth different kinds of traditional storytelling practices. Some of the known names to look forward to are Vinay Pathak, KC Shankar, Shashwita Sharma, Shantanu Guha Ray, Stefan Kay, Devi Durga among many others.
There's an unmatched charm and beauty of the beautifully woven spoken tales of experiences as well as great work of imagination. And all this will be right there in the City of Lakes where the setting is just right for imagination to do the best that it can.