Jaipur, the capital city of the former princely state of Rajasthan, today serves up an assortment of its traditional gastronomic delights – vegetarian and non-vegetarian spreads – and imports from here and there, to an extent that a Marathi Bhel Puri or a Gujarati Khaman Dhokla or for that matter the pride of Punjab –…Details
Liberia, the largest doorstep library, based out of Ahmedabad, extending services in Vadodara, Anand, Nadiad, Gandhinagar and Surat, is now opening in the pink city of Jaipur. Located on Gandhi Path, Vaishali Nagar, Liberia is a haven for book and movie lovers. It houses a wide collection of books and DVDs , which the members can…Details
One of the reasons why the city of Jaipur is a popular tourist attraction is because of the various festivals that are celebrated here with enthralling gusto and fervor. In fact, the pillar with five lamps (popularly known as Paanch Batti), right in the middle of the Mirza Ismail Road, proudly displays a signage: ‘Pinkcity: The…Details
Rajasthan being continuously fraught with extremes of nature and warfare, much because of droughts and clan rivalry, is home to a great number of heritage properties. The rulers often commissioned their greatest architectural monuments – forts, palaces, temples and stepwells and grand reservoirs – to ensure employment and water for their people. To truly experience…Details
Jaipur, the Pink city of India, is a popular tourist, wedding, shopping as well as business destination. Whatever reason you might be here for, you can never really be bored of the city. From orgasmic food to hog to a wide array of things to shop, to eye catchy sight seeing destinations, Jaipur has it…Details
Teej is one of the most widely celebrated festivals of Rajasthan. Swings, traditional songs and dancing are the unique features of Teej celebrations in Rajasthan. Women perform traditional folk dance dressed in colourful clothes and henna clad hands, sing beautiful Teej songs while enjoying their sway on swings bedecked with flowers.
India is one of the largest producers, exporters and consumers of tea in the world. Tea is the most common and popular drink in every household in India. One cannot imagine starting the day without a cup of tea. Such is the popularity of this drink, that there were even talks about making tea the…Details
A Bangalore based artist,Aarti Karwayun, rocked the streets of Jaipur with her artistic posters on Wednesday, 5 August. What originally started as a project – tosay.it– in Sweden by two artists 8 years ago, was brought in India by Aarti, along with her husband, Rahul.
The weekend is here and we’re all looking for a place to let our hair down, grab a chilled beer and have a gala time. We’ve listed out five most popular places in the pink city that offer you amazing drinks and food and a classy ambience to make dining a total experience.
Come monsoon and the youngsters of Jaipur make a beeline for Nahargarh – the 18th century fortress on a hillock, overlooking the Mansagar Lake and the Pink city. Over the years Nahargarh has been the favourite picnic and fun spot for the Pink City’s youth. They land up there, braving potholes and a steep meandering…Details