Culinary · Food · Jaipur Beat · Reviews

Jaipur Jungle- Restaurant which takes you to the wild

Bored of going to the same restaurants?  We have just explored a new place in town that will surely interest you and your friends and at the same time will satisfy your appetite.


Yes, the new dine- in place, Jaipur Jungle, a place with the ambiance and the feel of the jungle.Though theme based restaurants are not new for the city, as Jaipurities have already experienced dining at ‘Jungle safari’ based on similar Jungle theme. Those who have visited Jungle safari will not find this any different but for others it definitely is an interesting place.

Located on 6th and the top most Floors, Business Avenue, Near Pink Square Mall, Jaipur Jungle serves variety of Indian and International cuisine. Jaipur Beat visited the place on Sunday and found that the interior was pretty dark but it brings a new kind of ambiance with a family appeal to it.


One will definitely take some time to look around before finally picking up the menu card.

Even the staff was dressed in the jungle ranger uniform. Menu was really lavish, offering wide range of starters and the main course starting as Rasoi Ki khasiyat, Paneer Ki Khasiyat with 12 types of Paneer dishes and Dal Khaas e Nawabi offers not only one two or three but 6 types of pulses continued to rice dishes, papads, salads in veg. Non-veg main course was attention grabbing offering food from Jungle Ke Khazane se and Samundar Ki Gharai se for seafood.


We decided to order one Paneer dish, one veg dal makhani and a chicken dish. The food though cooked well but proves too rich for the stomach. Masala Papad was interesting as topped up with bikaneri bhujia.

The staff was very attentive towards the guests and hence we had no complaints in terms of service. It counts for a lot these days. There was no gap in the service and refill of chapattis (breads) and curries. The staff encourages you taste their specialties.

What scores for this restaurant is their level of service. Even if the jungle setting doesn’t amuse you your kids surely will enjoy every bit of this place.

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All in all the Jaipur Jungle was a pleasant experience. The food could be friendlier to the stomach. The experience of jungle is new and interesting and one must visit it once. So, Get ready for a complete experience of fine dinning in the wild.


Overall Rating:

  • Ambiance : 4/5
  • Food : 3.5/5
  • Concept : 5/5
  • Service : 3/5
  • Value for money : 3/5


IIJW-2013 · Jaipur

Jaipur’s Jeweler scorches the ramp at IIJW Mumbai!

One of the Jaipur’s oldest jewelry houses, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers dazzled the ramp at IIJW, Mumbai during the launch of their new jewelry range, Amér.

Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers created the facsimile of the magnanimous fort of Amer on the ramp with the life-sized Ganesh Pol gate in the center,


while the beautiful arches and parkota walls of Rajasthan magically surrounded the audience.


Entire set of Amer Fort was re-created on the ramp, which was probably the first time in history when the soulful spirit of Rajasthan and its splendid architecture was reflected so beautifully on a life size event.


The gracious Sharmila Tagore walked the ramp in pristine glory dressed in a lovely pink color saree adorned with the alluring jewellery from the Amér collection.

Following her were a bunch of models walking down the runway on the beats of traditional Rajasthani music with singer Ila Arun who rocked the ramp with her voice by singing folk songs from the state wearing tribal chunky jewelry in gold and diamond.

Ila with models

The gorgeous Kangana Ranaut then sashayed the ramp in her exquisitely designedlehenga-choli festooned with a stunning necklace from Amér. Along with her, came the dashing beau, the model-turned actor, Vidyut Jammwal and Creative Director of Birdhichand, Mr Yash Agarwal.

YashThe ramp saw an exciting mélange of Sarees, Anarkalis, Lehenga-cholis, and dresses, all wrapped in a beautiful palette of colors designed by Pallavi Jaipur.


Carnival of ‘Sawan Teej’ Begins In Jaipur From August 7

Monsoon is at its peak in Rajasthan. When the torrential rain in the month of August falls on the parched land of Rajasthan and the lovely aroma of the wet soil mounts in the air, Rajasthan rejoices the Teej festival that relates to the Shiva-Parvati. The best place to experience Teej festivities is the capital of Rajasthan; Jaipur where it is celebrated with immense fun and elaboration.

Jaipur will celebrate the five-day Sawan Teej from August 7-11 with regal pomp and pageantry of the traditional Teej procession. Like every year, Jawahar Kala Kendra will be the hub of a large number of folks and cultural events.


Teej Procession on 09-10 August

The royal Teej procession will begin on 09 August at 6 pm from the Tripoliya Gate (City Palace), winding its way through Tripolia Bazar and Chhoti Chaupar, Gangauri Bazaar to wind up at the Chaugan Stadium. The procession will also leave next day at the same time. Thirty elephants are going to participate in the grandiose procession. Elephants will carry the symbol and lead the event. In the procession, there will be melange of cultural performances likes Kachhi Ghodi, Gair, Kalibaliya and chakri dances. The procession will include: the cannon carriage, bullock carts, horse baggi, decorated rath, horses and camels. A number of bands will also accompany the procession.  The sawari of the Goddess Teej will be almost at the end followed by chobdar. The Department of Tourism has also made arrangements for the tourists to photograph the procession from the terrace of the Hind Hotel opposite Tripoliya gate.


Performances at JKK

At JKK, celebration of Teej festivity will begin from 9 August from 7 pm onwards. On the first day there will be a performance by Shalu Jindal (Kuchipudi dance) followed by Vidya Shah (Sugam Sangeet). Next day, on 10 August, the visitors will be able to witness the well known Sufi Singer Sonam Kalra. On 11 August, will be folk music by Malini Awasthi followed by performances of the Rajasthani folk artists.


 Food & Craft Mela at JKK

To add more vigor to the festivity, there will be a food and craft mela from 7 August to 11 August (from 2 pm to 10 pm) at Shilpgram in JKK.  While visitors will be able to enjoy the ethnic Rajasthani food there will also a cultural bonanza by way of folk performances. A wide variety of handicrafts will also be available for sale.


Time to indulge in monsoon festivities and make merry !! 🙂



Stopovers for ‘Friendship Day’ Celebration

Since its inception in 1935, in US the beautiful idea of having a day in the honor of friends was joyously taken by one and all. The lofty idea of honoring the beautiful relationship of friendship caught on with the people, particularly the youngsters all over, and in no time Friendship Day became a highly popular festival .

Started with handing over roses, especially the pink and yellow ones have now reached a long way to throwing parties, gorging on lip-smacking dishes and drinking hard. A highly popular thing associated with the day is the well-known Friendship Band – the modern day token of friendship that friends gift to one another to form an everlasting bond.

In Jaipur, greater hype and hoopla around the occasion has helped to generate awareness about Friendship Day festival that was till recently a low-key affair.

Restaurateurs are not only offering special discounts but have also done intensive planning to organise a special evening just for F.R.I.E.N.D.S. and couples as well. 😉

The one such place is The Fern Hotel Jaipur,which  is celebrating the spirit of friendship by throwing a day &  night party at its Grunge Lounge,

Many other lounges of the city are arranging pool parties on the day of ‘Friendship Day’, August 4  wherein one can get along with their best buddies for a complete friendship day feel  with unlimited fun. You can head towards the following venues to enjoy the  freakiest friendship day celebration ever-

1) Orca Black , Opp posite SMS Stadium, Tonk Road.
Time: 12:00 pm onwards. Couple and girls entry free via guest list

2) Salsa Lounge Bar, Hotel Royal Orchid. Tonk Road, Durgapura.
Time: 1:00 pm onwards. Free entry for Couples and Girls via guests list till 3:00 PM . Stags are available in Rs 1000.


3) Hotel Clarks Amer, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg.
1:00 p.m. onwards.

4) Hotel Royal Orchid, Tonk Road.
Time: 11:00 a.m. Couples and Girls entry free via guest list


5)Hotel OM Tower, Church Road, M I Road
Time: 12:00 pm onwards. Couple Entry only.


7) Fortune Park Bella Casa, Cityplex 1, Ashram Marg, Tonk Road.
Time: 1:00 pm onward. Couple Entry free till 3:00 pm and girls walking free. Stag Entry:1000(including lunch).

8) Hotel Fortune (MGF),Bais Godam.
Time: 1:00 pm onwards. Couples and girls entry free.

9)Dragon Bar & Terrace Lounge, K-12, Malviya Marg, C-Scheme
Time : 12 pm till 2 am.Free entry for girls and big groups via guest list or pass.
10)Hotel Rockland, Near Ridhi Sidhi, Gopalpura Bypass
Time: 2:00 pm onwards . Free entry for girls, couples and big groups via guest list or pass.

11) Naila Bagh, Moti Doongari Road,
1:00 p.m. onwards

12) Hotel Mango ,B-31, Govind Marg, Near Bharaf- Khana Crossing
Time: 1:00 pm onwards. Couple entry free till 3:00 pm via guest list.

13) Kasbah, Country inn
Time: 2:00 pm onwards

But however much the ways of celebration have changed, the basic idea behind the occasion remains the same. Friendship Day remains the time when you acknowledge your friends’ contribution in your life, express love for them, cherish their presence in your life and pay them a tribute.

Jaipur · Jaipur Beat · Jaipur Happenings

Enticing Products at Flo Bazaar!

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The two-day ‘FLO Bazaar’ began today at the SMS convention center in Jaipur. On its first day huge crowd flocks in for the mega shopping festival. Even the heavy downpour does not deter the visitors  to shop. The event started at 10.30 am and will end at 8.30 pm on 1st & 2nd of August, 2013.

The event was inaugurated by Princess Diya Kumari and Vice Chairman of Rajasthan Foundation, Mr. Rajiv Arora.

FLOOne can found an exciting range of apparel, Jewelry, home decor, craft products, rakhis on display by the crafts person from across the India.  Other then this few workshops for kids by Kalaneri and Hobby Ideas and Tarot and Angel reading sessions are also conducted. Lip smacking snacks from Bake Hut and Amita’s Rasoi can not be missed at all.

So Jaipurites,  get drenched in the Monsoon festivity at Flo Bazaar!