Building on the overwhelming success of its other cultural activities where Bhartiya City had played host to Slayer, Santana and Guns ‘n Roses, it will now present the 26th Edinburgh International Science Festival – the most exciting science festival in the world in Bengaluru.
The 10 day long festival starting from August 30 will be a splendid affair to make Science fun, exciting and engaging for young minds. The Science Festival is a strategic initiative by Bhartiya City, committed to curating exceptional cultural programs to engage and inspire the country’s youth and promoting culture, science and technology. This was announced today by Mr Snehdeep Aggarwal, Chairman of Bhartiya Group, Dr Simon Gage, Director and CEO of EISF and Mr Ian Felton, Deputy High Commissioner of Britain to India in a press conference in Bengaluru.
Building on Bhartiya City as a cultural hub, Edinburgh International Science Festival (EISF) brings 15 interactive workshops, live shows and exhibitions and experience zones for every age group in the fields of health, solar-power, astronomy and mathematics amongst others.
Announcing the Festival Mr. Snehdeep Aggarwal, Founder-Chairman, Bhartiya Group said, “We are extremely excited to host the Edinburgh International Science Festival, the most exciting science festival in the world that comes to India after 25 years of its founding. The festival shall engage our youth and spark their curiosity in Science and Technology. This festival is a part of our long term plans to develop Bhartiya City as place where science, art and culture get deserved prominence.”