Jaipur, commonly known as the City of Palaces, hosts some amazing museums which boast of some rare collections of crafts and culture. Pink city is well known for its exceptionally beautiful locations, cultural sites, astonishing palaces and a few more tourist spots. But this city is fairly preserving some unique and old tradition for the explorers. It can…Details
Once Jaipur city’s defence fortress– The Nahargarh Fort, has now been restored and beautified with iconic Jaipur Wax Museum. In fact, this is world’s first wax museum set at a heritage site.
Nothing dampens the spirit of a traveler like the dreaded realization of missing the chance to explore a strange city to the fullest. And when you talk about a city like Jaipur known for its grandeur and historical monuments reminiscent of a rich ancient culture, you simply cannot afford to be ignorant. Don’t worry…Details
The fact that one cannot completely experience the grandeur of Pink City without visiting the royal City Palace is quite well known. The Palace courts and galleries and the royal cenotaphs take one back to the era of Kings and Queens. The Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum Trust, under the patronage of the Royal Family of…Details
What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well. – Antoine de Saint-Exupery If you happen to be in the desert state of Rajasthan in summers, it is hard to believe the existence of a well, let alone a whole water park! And when you talk about Pink City, you may have…Details
A fusion art exhibition by artist Swapna Reddy – ‘Paramita’ is going on at the Chaturdik Art Gallery of Jawahar Kala Kendra.
Come January and you can witness people from all walks of life and of all age groups engaged in a kite flying frenzy. It is splendid to be in the midst of Makar Sankranti festivities, seeing the kites soar, blanketing the crisp winter sky in colourful specs. Another eye catching sight is that of children…Details
As a part of the weekend cultural and theater activities at Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK), a play ‘Katha Sukavi Suryamal Ki’ will be staged tomorrow. The play is based on the life and literary works of the 19th century Rajasthani poet from Bundi, Suryamal Mishran (1815-1868).
Who doesn’t like to travel? So what if your pocket doesn’t allow you to go on a fancy Euro or world trip? You can always break the monotony of your 9 to 5 job or your rigorous study schedule with a nice weekend getaway! Short, sweet and won’t even burn a hole in your pocket.
Jaipur is known for its royalty, design, monuments and needless to say, the markets. Some of the best shopping experiences can be found in the city’s old bazaars. And if you are a shopaholic, the city is a bliss for you. Located in the heart of Jaipur in the walled city is the Bapu Bazaar…Details