Kutch (Gujarat), Nov 12 (ANI): The rising sun casting pale golden hues and the setting one making fiery shades of reds and oranges is everyday view at Gujarat’s Rann of Kutch. This nature’s canvas is a wonder to witness. Bringing the colours alive, Kutch’s Rann Utasv is an annual cultural festival. The carnival is designed to bring Gujarat’s culture to the forefront. The rich cultural festival is an ensemble of folk dances, musical nights mixed with local culture, traditional art, and so much more. Tent City in the Rann of Kutch is reopening just in time for the festivities on November 12 and will stay open till February 28. More than 350 tents, both air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned, have been set up at Dhordo village, in Gujarat’s Bhuj district. In this pandemic, the organisers have taken a number of measures to keep coronavirus infections at bay. New cleaning and disinfection procedures, with higher focus on common spaces such as vehicles, reception area, dining hall, ‘haat’ area, adventure sports zone, among others have been taken care of. COVID-19 protocol training for staff will have to compulsorily wear face masks and protective gear at all times.