Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur

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20th Nov 2014
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta
Photo of Journey To The Glittering Diwali of Jaipur by Arun Khunteta

The Festival of Light or Diwali is celebrated in India with incredible zeal and excitement. Jaipur is famous for its royal way of Diwali celebration. Jaipur celebrates Diwali in a very unique manner with extraordinary eagerness and old stories. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is a very royal city and Diwali puts more shade to its culture and royalty. So in this Blog we are taking you to the tour of Diwali 2014 celebration in Pink City.

On the beautiful night, we, the team of Beautiful Jaipur, started our tour from MI Road. As the pictures are suggesting, the place looks all glamed up with the colorful lights and vibrant decoration. The place gives you the feeling of Las Vegas. Beautifully decorated shops, echoing firecrackers and traditionally dressed up people completely delight your senses. Though the traffic is awful, the place beautifully describes its own way of celebrating Diwali.
Photo of MI Road, Central Jail, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
The next destination was Chaura Rasta. This place looks eye catching for its tremendous decorations. Firecrackers and flawlessly made lights light up all corners of the spot during Diwali. The picture itself describes the beauty of the place. Next we moved towards Johari MARKET, which is the main center of attraction during the festival of lights. Looking like a woman with make up, it looks sizzling with the magical lights
Photo of Chaura Rasta Road, Biseswarji, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
After experiencing the beauty of Johari MARKET we hit Nehru Bazar. All the streets, shops and structures are washed in the enchantment of splendid lights and decorative during the beautiful festival of lights. The whole place sparkles like a bride with extraordinary shine all through the festivals of Diwali.
Photo of Nehru Bazar Road, Pink City, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
Another most happening place that drew our attraction is Aandam Fort. No words are enough to describe this breath taking beautiful place. The place has been rewarded with the first prize in the Corporate Park.
Photo of Aandam Fort by Arun Khunteta
The most popular attraction of Jaipur, Jalmahal left us surprised with the way it is expressing its glory in the terms of gorgeous lights. A huge crowd is gathered here to witness this amazing beauty of the Pink City on the night of Festival of light.
Photo of Jal Mahal, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
After all these places, we moved towards other attractions of the Pink City. During our way, We went to the famous Birla temple. As the picture is suggesting, the place looks bathing in the White light and attracts locals as well as foreign tourists. Very nearby place to Birla temple, lies Moti Dungri Temple.
Photo of Birla Mandir, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
During our way, we experienced the stunning decoration of Tonk Road which glittered with funky colorful lights, crackers and fireworks. Such huge celebration gives true meaning to the festival of lights.
Photo of Tonk Road, Green Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
After visiting these place, we hit the famous malls of Jaipur. We went to the most popular hangout place of Jaipur, Gaurav Tower. Sparkling lights, Crackers, decorated shops, energetic nourishment joints and obviously, the populace of Jaipur dressed up in delightful, traditional Indian clothing types are all over in Gaurav Tower.
Photo of Gaurav Towers, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
Our next destination was World TRADE Park, the biggest business focus and the Paradise of Pink City. Going to World Trade Park at Diwali left us charmed by what the city offers. The mall looks showered in the magnificence of beautiful lights and designs. WTP stuns and reminds us of a lady with cosmetics of lights, laces and colors. In temples Akshardham temple like the place looks so elegant and beautiful with the dazzling colorful lights. Visiting this place gave us the divine feel and experience and we would love to visit this place on every Diwali.
Photo of World Trade Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Arun Khunteta
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can u please suggest a good cheap hotel
Mon 10 03 16, 23:43 · Reply · Report
A sweet and simple account but this just did not interest me. It is like your article ended even before I got hooked into it because it is so short. I have been a part of Diwali in Jaipur almost every alternative year because my extended family stay there and I loved to be there during the festival.
Sun 01 10 16, 18:38 · Reply · Report
Your article is just too short to know about anything when there is so much to write about Diwali in Jaipur. The colours, the food you get there, especially the variety of sweets during this festival and all the gorgeous ladies and girls all dressed up is mesmerizing.
Sun 01 10 16, 05:00 · Reply · Report
Your article just did not work out for me. Your photographs of Diwali in Jaipur are quite boring and your account of the festival too small to even understand anything if I have not been to the city ever.
Sun 01 10 16, 04:04 · Reply · Report
I would love to add that the Rajasthanis celebrate Diwali in a very different way from how the rest of India does. Like there is this awesome Diwali celebrated by the Punjabis, Diwali in Jaipur is another remarkable festival to see. So much glamour in a day is hardly possible to find elsewhere.
Sun 01 10 16, 03:04 · Reply · Report
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