India Cultural Tours: Discover Jaipur


If tourism experts have to name only one city in India which is running with culture and vibrancy, it will without a doubt be Jaipur city. Located in the western state of Rajasthan, Jaipur, or Pink City as it is famous, it is one of the major tourist destinations in India. Filled with forts, palaces, monuments, markets, lakes, and parks, the city is a traveler's paradise. From Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort and City Palace Jaipur to Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal, sightseeing opportunities are endless. Apart from all the places to visit and see, Jaipur's rich culture has its charm. If you want to sign up for Cultural Tours in India, Jaipur is a great option.

One of the best ways to absorb the culture of Jaipur is to sign up for India Cultural Tourism and participate in various events organized in Jaipur, visit historical and culturally rich places and spend time around the city. One of the best ways to gain an understanding of the city's culture is to attend the various festivals held here. Jaipur is famous for year-round festivals. The most popular are the Kite Festival, Elephant Festival, Teej Festival, and Gangaur Festival. These events are full of celebration, celebration, color, and gaiety. Each of these festivals has its past and tradition. By attending these tourists can enjoy themselves with the locals and learn more about the cultural background in Jaipur.

One of the most prominent aspects of culture within the city can be seen in the way locals dress. Since Rajasthan is a desert state, the cities are dry, barren, dusty and often hot. Given the submissive atmosphere and the color of the soil, it has become a tradition among the people to wear bright and bright colored clothes. Therefore, women in Jaipur wear the traditional dress of ghagra-choli (a long blouse-like garment complemented by short blouses) in bright colors like orange, purple, red, yellow and green. These festive colors are complemented by Gota (gold cloth), silver or gold zari embroidery work, and small glass work on clothes. The men compliment the simple kurta-pajama (a simple tunic and pants) in a bandage print (tie and dye) with a brightly colored turban. Jewelry is very popular among people, and women wear multi-colored glass bangles to their elbows and chunky silver earrings and anklets. Wearing earrings is also common among men.

Folk dance and music traditions are an integral part of the culture of Jaipur. "Ghoomar" dance is the main folk dance of Jaipur, which is known for its shining costumes worn by women. Where music is concerned, Morchang, Sarangi, Tanpura, and Nad are popular instruments.

Where language culture is concerned, Rajasthani is the main language of the city. However, tourists will find it easier to roam and communicate with the locals as Marwari as well as Hindi and English are understood and spoken in the city.