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
Historically, the numerous forts in Jaipur were constructed to serve the purpose of defense for the city. But with changing times, these forts now serve as picnic and recreational spots for swarms of friends or family. Here’s a small recap of the majestic history of these forts that make the Pink City immensely famous worldwide.
In the past few years the youth in the Pink City had been bitten by the bug of coffee cafes like Barista, Mocha and Café Coffee Day. These places became the favorite hot spots of the youth to hang out.However, the arrival of new tea lounges – Tapri (C scheme) Chaisa (Lal Kothi) and Thadi…Details
Rajasthan is a state known for its delectable cuisine. The real essence of Rajasthan cannot be gauged without trying its different delicacies. We’ve made your job easier by listing five unique and must- have Rajasthani dishes. Warning: Keep tissues handy while trying these dishes as they are overloaded with spices.
JAIPUR KI LASSIWALA! WAH! Well who doesn’t know about Jaipur’s Lassiwala. For years and generations almost all of us have had lassi from here. In fact, three or four more shops have come up near the original one. However, they don’t rank anywhere near the one and only lassiwala. Over the years, the size of…Details
Available in a variety of vibrant colors, prints and designs, “Lehariya”, a tie dyed design in diagonal strips or zig zags, is a big hit during the monsoon. The tradition of lehariya which is said to have been started by the royal family of Jaipur is now not just a favorite among the married women but…Details