Organised by the government to mark the 67th Republic Day, the four-day event continues till January 29. Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism, Vinod Zutshi, inaugurated the event.
"I hope that 'Bharat Parv' would become an integral part of Republic Day celebrations in the coming years", he said.
A crafts bazaar has been organised by the Ministry of Textiles while the best tableaux of the Republic Day, too, are on display at the event.
There is a separate section showcasing street food from across the country with the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) having set up stalls along with various hotel management institutes.
Cultural performances, including folk and tribal dances from various states, as well as music programmes will be organised by the culture ministry during the event. There will be performances by Armed Forces' bands on all four days.