Mahindra presents ‘Mahindra Open Sky’

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New Delhi : Experience the romance of the desert this November as Mahindra Open Sky makes its debut on the first dune of the Thar Desert. An experiential celebration of music, adventure and culture, Mahindra Open Sky will be held from November 24 – 26, 2017 at Reggie’s Camel Camp Osian, near Jodhpur. With a specially curated line-up of Indian and international artists coupled with unique experiences, this unique festival has been designed as an intimate setting for just 500 seekers over two magical nights and three days in the Desert State.

“With its immersive experience of culture and adventure, Mahindra Open Sky celebrates the romance of the desert and embodies the spirit of ‘Live Young Live Free’. Set against the backdrop of the mighty Thar, it presents a unique opportunity to be part of a collective of souls with common interests and passions,” says Anand Mahindra, Executive Chairman, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
“Our Cultural Outreach initiatives are carefully conceived to strengthen art forms as well as provide culturally rich experiences. Our newest project, Mahindra Open Sky has a multitude of offerings that unfold against the majestic backdrop of the Thar Desert. From dune bashing in the iconic Mahindra Thar to enchanting performances by contemporary Indian musicians, it promises to be an experience you will want to relive each year,”says Jay Shah, Head, Cultural Outreach, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
The experience will be hosted at Reggie’s Camel Camp Osian, near Jodhpur, which boasts of a royal lineage. Housed in a fortified structure, it features a full-size camel racing track, a lush, manicured garden, swimming pool, bars, dining and lodging areas, viewing decks and more.
Located 65 kms from Jodhpur, the ancient village of Osian is the gateway to the Thar desert. It is famous for centuries-old temples and proud local tribes such as the Bishnoi and the Bhils and craftsmen including potters, weavers and more. The area also abounds with desert wildlife with Bluebulls, Gazelles, Foxes, Peacocks and Partridges making this unique location their home.