Desh Ki Jhanki

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Delhi Jhanki

From Purana Qila to the Red Fort, Delhi has witnessed India’s transformation into a global figure.

The first colour TV telecast in India took place in 1982 which changed how we see the world.

Delhi Metro, the capital’s backbone in transportation, has paved new paths of development for India, and for that, we are immensely proud.

Gujarat Jhanki

Gujarat is a symbol of prosperity, progress, and harmony.

The state introduced the programme 'Operation Flood' which has since nourished the country to the fullest. Its tallest statue in the world, The Statue of Unity, is a grand tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

For the past 75 years, the glorious roar of Gujarat has been heard throughout the world and has brought great pride to India.

Assam Jhanki

Assam's world-famous tea gardens are spread across its rolling hills and lush green valleys. Assam alone is a producer of more than half of India's tea production.

The state is also home to Kaziranga National Park which is a habitat for a majority of one-horned rhinoceros. This Jhanki celebrates the rich flora and fauna that have added a magical aroma to India's 75 years of glory.

Uttar Pradesh Jhanki

For over 75 years Uttar Pradesh has proudly reflected its rich and cultural past.

From the Taj Mahal, the epitome of love, to the serene ghats of Varanasi, where you find your bliss - the Desh ki Jhanki of Uttar Pradesh highlights the treasures of India that have amused every one of us with their charm for decades now.

Rajasthan Jhanki

From majestic castles to rich traditions, Rajasthan displays a blend of culture and heritage attracting tourists from all over the world.

The state’s Hawa Mahal is a spectacular landmark that flaunts its one-of-a-kind pyramid structure.

This Jhanki represents the hospitality, the art forms, the scenic beauty, and the travel pictures the state has collected for over 75 years.

Punjab Jhanki

It was in the 1960s when Punjab sowed the seeds of self-reliance and took steps towards a more sustainable form of agriculture.

With Asia’s second biggest dam, the Bhakra Nangal Dam, providing water and electricity to its neighbouring states- Punjab is a prime example that despite our cultural diversity- our pride lies in the strength of our unity.

Odisha Jhanki

Odisha's first multi-purpose river valley project, the Hirakud Dam, provided electricity and water to many households. The state's Konark Surya Temple got recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and unveiled India's heritage to the world. The Desh ki Jhanki of Odisha celebrates the state's cultural and architectural significance that made India's 75 years of journey, fruitful.

Madhya Pradesh Jhanki

The spectacular beauty of Khajuraho Temple and Sanchi Stupa got the recognition of UNESCO and opened its cultural past for the world to see.

The state's Kuno National Park welcomed eight cheetahs who have found their new home. This Jhanki pays tribute to 75 years of art and culture and the new beginnings that follow.

Maharashtra Jhanki

Maharashtra has always been at the helm of India’s evolution. The Bandra-Worli Sea Link in Mumbai is an infrastructural marvel that is recognized globally. While the Gateway of India represents a pivotal point in India’s history.

Be it history, culture, or infrastructure, the state is always progressing forward for which India is immensely proud.

Karnataka Jhanki

The state of Karnataka has seen great minds create great innovations. Be it technology, space exploration, or art, the state has always inspired people to build India’s future, while honoring the past.

Bangalore, with its entrepreneurial spirit, has been pushing technological possibilities while maintaining its cultural roots.

The glory that Karnataka has brought through the decades has inspired India to consistently push its boundaries, on land and beyond.

Haryana Jhanki

Haryana's big stride in sports is not a story unknown. The soil of the state has prepared athletes and players that changed the game on the global stage.

Be it wrestling, boxing, or cricket, Haryana has emerged as the numero uno state in sports. The Jhanki celebrates this exceptional performance that has strengthened India's 75 years of sports journey.

West Bengal Jhanki

West Bengal connected people and places when India’s Howrah Bridge, one of the longest cantilever bridges in the world, created a pathway for the nation’s development. The divine beauty of the Dhunuchi Dance, the folk dance of the state, has often left people in awe.

This Jhanki is a representation of the state's cultural and architectural wonders - a testament to India’s 75 years of glory.