Knowledge the vibrant Fairs and Festivals of Jaipur in the course of your royal journey aboard the Palace on Wheels. Because the Palace on Wheels chugs via the heart of Jaipur inside the type of royal style that only the Maharajas of yesteryear could have liked, you not just knowledge the romance of old-fashioned rail travel, but additionally get to expertise the splendid architecture, colourful bazaars, the wealthy tradition, the myriad topography with the Thar Desert, the vibrant folks and colourful fairs and festivals of Jaipur.
Jaipur is a vibrant, exotic metropolis in India where tradition and royal glory meet inside a riot of colours in opposition to the vast backdrop of sand and desert. Known as the Desert Jewel of India, Jaipur shimmers with even more vibrancy in the course of the time of its colourful fairs and festivals.
The desert glitters using the colours of joyous celebration and gay abandon with each and every fair and festival of Jaipur.
There is a celebration for each and every spiritual event, each and every alter of season and every single harvest, all invariably a reflection with the genius of their arts and crafts and their ascetic refinement.
In reality, celebrations happen virtually spherical the yr and are a splendid chance for visitors to gain an insight into the lifestyle from the Jaipur for the duration of their travel.
Apart from the traditional fairs, recently established festivals which include elephants, camel races, dance and audio have already been specially organised for tourists. Amongst the better known fairs and festivals of Jaipur are:
Visiting the Banganga Fair, taking a bath and paying homage to the holy sites in the vicinity at this time is therefore considered very auspicious by the pilgrims who come from Alwar, Behror, Jaipur, Bharatpur and many other places. More...
The temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha is located in the fort of Ranthambhor, about 12 kms from Sawai Madhopur and it is one of the most important Ganesha temples in the State. There is always a lot of activity at the temple because people believe that the first invitation to a marriage should be sent to Lord Ganesha. More...
Karni Mata Fair
Karni Mata Fair is held twice a year at Deshnok, a small town near Nokha in Bikaner district. The first and larger fair is held in March-April during the Navratras from Chaitra Shukla Ekam to Chaitra Shukla Dashmi. The second fair is held in September-October, also during the Navratras, from Ashvin Shukla to Ashwin Shukla Dashmi. More...
The most popular Jodhpur festival is the Jodhpur Marwar Festival. It is held every year in memory of the heroes of Rajasthan. Marwar Festival of Jodhpur, Rajasthan was originally known as the Maand Festival. More...
The Sitabari Fair is held near village Kelwara in Baran District. Held usually prior to the Dussehra. Sitabari is considered to be the place where Sita, the wife of Lord Ram, was left by Lakshman to serve the period of her banishment. More...