Jaipur truly exemplifies the spirit and majesty of its people and Rajasthan. Adjoined by the country’s oldest hills, each culminated by magnific castles and palaces dotted Jaipur’s emotional fiefdom. Jaipur is the first planned megacity of India which is also known for being amended with ancient monuments, exemplary auditoriums, and supplemental walls with huge guarding gates. This vibrant megacity since commencement has been winning hearts for its rich traditions and culture, which is time being reflected in its handcraft, performing trades, and carnivals.
Places Around Jaipur
Sariska Tiger Reserve
The Sariska region of Alwar has been called the ‘world’s first tiger reserve’. In 1955 it was declared a sanctuary and in 1979 it was declared a national park. Its forest area is 1203 km. is in.
The Bhangarh Fort
The Bhangarh Fort is located on the borderline of the Sariska Reserve in the Aravali pasture of hills in Alwar district of Rajasthan.
Keoladeo National Park
.Keoladeo National Park, located in the State of Rajasthan, is an important wintering ground of Palaearctic migratory waterfowl and is renowned for its large congregation of non-migratory resident breeding birds.
Things To Do
One of the first major celebrations of every New Year is Makar Sankranti Over the yearsdisplaying their fun and frolic with full gusto. As several feasts and rituals showcasing the beauty of Rajasthani culture dot the entire state, any mention of Makar Sankranti would be incomplete without a mention of the Jaipur Kite Festival. The kite flyers and visitors, throng to Jaipur in multitudes to experience and partake in the merrymaking.
Holi in Jaipur, the Pink City of India, is celebrated with special passion and charm. The megacity folk put in a lot of and heart to make this jubilee not just a megahit but also unique. And it’s this that generates excitement among the locals while attracting a huge crowd from other corridor of the nation and outside.
Multitudinous ancient Indian manuals, like the Vedas, Puranas and Epics bear citation of this cosmic power, feting its godly form as Parvati, the woman of Hindu God, Shiva. Over the periods, Shakti has been synonymous to a myriad of forms and linked under numerous names, one of which is Gauri. And as is suggestive by the name, the noble Gangaur festival is observed in honor of this truly avatar of Shakti (Gauri). The term “ Gangaur” is comprised of “ Gan” and “ Gaur” where the former refers to Shiva and the ultimate to Gauri. The Gangaur jubilee marks the deification and donation of Gauri, by the womenfolk, in polychromatic corridor of Central and Western India, majorly Rajasthan.
Diwali is celebrated in colorful ways in Rajasthan. The jubilee commences with Dhanteras. It’s extensively believed that buying any kind of essence on this day will bring luck. People generally buy gold beautifiers on this day. Also comes the Lakshmi Puja. The goddess is the symbol of wealth and substance. Since Rajasthan has a big community of dealers Lakshmi pooja is extensively celebrated then.