25 Things That Prove You Are A True Jaipurite

Jaipur, also known as Pink city, is a city of culture, festivals, shopping, food, heritage etc etc. You might be living in Jaipur for years now, and there is a new place which comes up every day in this evolving world, but there are still some things which make you a die-hard Jaipurite and no matter what changes, these things might not change πŸ˜‰

1. Picnic means Nahargarh


2. Every guest should be taken once to Chokhi Dhani


3. You have watched hundreds of movies with your family at Raj Mandir with a pyaaz ki kachori in interval



4. You park your vehicle outside a mall despite having an official parking area inside



5. You have negotiated and renegotiated on Link road

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6. You have spent hours at Crossword without buying a single book


7. You have enjoyed your coffeeΒ at Statue Circle at night while your car is parked in the no parking area

sunset at statue


8. Jewellery shopping = Johri Bazaar



9. Jog at Central park is followed by a facebook post bragging about the same


10. The only Aunty you can bear is this one.

aunty's cafe

11. You have gotten your picture clicked outside World Trade Park


12. The wait for your turn at Sanjay Omelette is always worth it



13. No hanging out spot can beat Gaurav Towers

Gaurav Tower

14.Β Got stuck in the traffic jam at Khasa Kothi too many times

khasa kothi

15. You take everyone who’s new in town to have Lassi at Lassiwala


16. You have attended unlimited Goth at Khole Ke Hanumaan Ji



17. While eating Dal Baati Churma, you forget the meaning of the word β€˜calories’


18. You know that Hawa Mahal is the Taj Mahal of Jaipur


19. Saras Sankul is the favourite night spot

Saras Parlour

20. Malls are the sightseeing spots, shopping bole to Walled City

24 Mojri


21. JLN is equivalent to Formula 1 race track


22. Pandit means Pav Bhaji joint



23. Pyaaz and Mirchi is meant for Pyaaz ki Kachori and Mirchi Bada


24. You are used to seeing an elephant block your way on a main road

Elephant in Street of Jaipur

25. You atleast have one thing in your wardrobe with bandhej and leheriya work



  1. anjali

    yeah it is true…n this post was awsome AND today frm this post i came to knw Aunty’s cafe and Sanjay omlet so thanx for the post….
    i am living in jaipur since 4 yrs but I never get bored frm this city…it is such a beautifull city….I LOVE JAIPUR…. πŸ™‚ :* πŸ™‚

  2. brijdeepk

    while most of these are true.. who the hell parks their car in a no-parking these days? probably the article was written years ago when there was no fine and/or the cars were not immediately towed from the no-parking zones… !!!

    1. pathfyndersolutions

      Mr. Deepak.
      Thanks a lot for taking out time to read our blog πŸ™‚
      You are right that traffic police is working hard to tow the vehicles when parked on road but this blog is new and fresh and not written ages ago. You can go and have a look on the lane opposite Pink square mall and you will surely get your answer.

  3. Kamal

    no mention about kites.
    caught by police on Ajmeri Gate Once for rash driving.
    5 Days lightning on Diwali.
    Murli pan bhandar wale ka paan too xD
    Lal kothi ki famous tea point “banna ji”

  4. simran kedia

    Hahaha….so true….n i really love dis city…amazing n world’s best city.. jo kahin ni hota vo humare jpr m hota h….jpr ki baat hi alg h😍

  5. atul gupta

    Who can forget link road k golgappe or madhur ras bhandar ka ganne ka juice or ram Chandra ki kulfi or govind dev JI ka mandir or lmb ke ghevar

  6. Prashant

    Great article!! Brings back fond memories but at the same time reminds me that I have been out of my Jaipur for a long enough time to see a few new things that have come up after I left… but a great list that could get better once you add kites (Sankrant) and the Diwali lights in the walled city. And while Aunty, Pandit and Sanjay have featured in this list Mamu’s is absent and that could be because that was ‘the’ place when I was in Jaipur!!

  7. suprabh jain

    rest all is true :P, and yes have used the JLN as race track, gorged on pyaaz ki kachori, omlett, stuck at traffic jam , hang around gaurav tower for hours (Uske piche gyan vihar dairy ya gt ke pass ki coffee), EP me movie, JKK (jawahar kala kendra) ki coffee

    man wat days πŸ™‚ , after living away from your home for almost 6 years – u do miss it once in a while

  8. s n agarwaal

    tired best to prove jaipurites but must also Moti Doongri Ganesh Mandir, Radha Goviind Dev Ji,Tarkeshwar Ji, Raj Rajeshwarji, Jantar Mantar, City Palace, Amer Shila Devi Mandir and much more

  9. Raghav Gakhar

    Dear Jaipur Beat authors,

    always remember to give sources with the picture you don’t own( or didn’t clicked by you). If you don’t put the sources, wordpress might black-list your blog. Apply for Wordads and earn through your blog.

    Best Regards

  10. Bela Singh

    Wow!!!! I have been not living in Jaipur since last 36yrs. But i visit sometimes every 2 weeks and many times go there just for lunch from Delhi since my whole clan is in Jaipur. Nobody can dare to say i am not a Jaipurite. In my heart, soul and mind i am totally a Jaipur wali. Oh how i miss being there everyday!!!!
    Once you add all the other features reminded by people, this site will be so interesting that people will watch it again and again, specially the ones who are living away. Thanks a ton.

  11. Nitin Sharma

    Waooo.. Tremendous work.. Too proud to be a Jaipurite… No place is better than dis, take my words… A true Jaipur wala who has experienced these places and delicacies would know how majestic this place is.

    1. Admin

      Mediocre ? Pain ? what is it that you are so unhappy about ? Please read the blog once again and compare it with the one you are referring to. Our blog is specifically meant for people who have lived and are living in Jaipur, of all age groups and varied interests. Which facts do you find in our blog as incorrect, and what made you think that this blog is mediocre and “cows, cows everywhere” strikes a chord with people ? We are open to criticism but criticising just for sake of one is not something which is appreciated. This is our largest blog till date and only thing that made it happen was that the content and connection with our audience was spot on.

    2. Kunal Sharma

      i agree, it is like trying to project that jaipur is either undeveloped or so much stereo typical , which is not true, jaipur is much above all these things and looks like this post was actually written for previous decade

      1. pathfyndersolutions

        Hello Mr. Kunal. Still liking the coffee from Statue Circle or Pyaaz Ki Kachori is not stereo typical or undeveloped, it is a fact and there is nothing to be ashamed of. Firstly, A tourist visiting Jaipur will not want to see the modern Jaipur, they would want to see the heritage and essence of pink city which we have talked about here. Secondly, Yes it hasn’t been written for just the current generation, it is meant for the older generations who appreciate the development of the city but still cherish their old walled city.

      1. saurabh

        U can add jawahar circle musical fountain, horse riding in front of Albert Hall, evening fireworks on makar sankranti also the madness during the day for kites and much more. my Jaipur can not b described only by words.
        Keep the good work going. πŸ™‚

  12. Hemant Verma

    Awesome collection….. but few things should also be added like… Amer fort, kanak ghati, Govind dev ji, Moti doongri Ganesh ji, kites, teej festival (teej ki sawari), Maharani and Maharaja collage, mini buses of jaipur, khajane walon ka rasta and so many other things which makes jaipur THE BEST.
    its almost seven years i left jaipur… after reading your collection … saari yaadein taaza ho gai… Thank u..

    missing u jaipur… πŸ™‚

  13. Ruchi

    reminded me the beautiful time spent there… Thanks.. πŸ™‚ Govind Dev ji temple, City Palace, chaudha rasta (for books), bagariya bhawan, 22 godaam circle, posh buildings in civil lines.. also could be added..

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