3 Reasons to visit Jaipur on this long Weekend!!

Guys, a long weekend is out there to welcome you with a red carpet and since such luxuries are rare in a world racing against time, we just have to make the best of it! A mini-vacation with the Pink City is the fun-filled cultural ride you want to embark on. Here are the 3 ways to target Jaipur for the weekend:

Every sight has a story worth telling and adds to the ones you can keep weaving Some of the highlights of our town are the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Birla Planetarium, Nahargarh fort, Jaigarh fort, Birla Mandir, Kanak Vrindavan, Sisodia Rani ka Bagh and Amber fort.

Hawa Mahal
Hawa Mahal

Jantar Mantar
Jantar Mantar

2. Shopping:

From Rajasthani jootis (footwear) to the world-renowned jewellery, you will find lots of reasons to shop and splurge in this city.

While you can find beautiful jootis, lac bangles and some really classy artificial jewellery on the Link road, Sanganer’s block printed apparel and blue pottery is exported abroad and is worn by some very-known fashionistas in India. Khajano Ka Rasta is known for unique marble carved sculptors, with authentic marble mined in various parts of Rajasthan.

Jaipuri Jootis
Jaipuri Jootis

Blue pottery
Blue pottery

We proudly call ourselves the hub for gold, kundan-meena, polki and diamond jewellery that has no match anywhere in the world. Modern or heritage, you will find the jewellery that will make you stand out in the Johari Bazaar of Pink City.

If we were to list handicrafts, bandhej and other things that solely belong to Jaipur, this space would fall short!

3. Eating
Jaipur is a land of foodies and some joints here are monumental 😉 From kulhad (buttermilk in a clay-mug) lassi dashed with a thick layer of malai at Lassiwala, dahi bade of LMB, mawa and pyaaz ki kachori, mirchi badas, samosas and ghewar of Rawat or Kanji sweets, to much much more that you can hog, until your stomach is full yet craves for more!

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