With the multitude of colors and vivid shades of its rich culture, Jaipur once again gears up for celebrating the World Tourism Day on 27 September, 2015. The historical monuments and sites located in the Pink City needs to be protected and this can be only done with collective efforts. The objective behind this day is to create awareness among the common people for conserving and protecting our heritage.
On this day Pink City is going to bathe in the beauty of music, dances and various cultural events as number of events are lined up to delight tourists.
On the occasion entry to the fort is free for all. Tourists will be greeted with a warm traditional welcome.
7.30 am to 12 noon- Folk Cultural performances to be held at (Jaleb Chok- Ganesh Pole)
Flute Recital and Shehnai Vadan performance will be held at Chandpole, Singhpole and at Hathi Stand,
At the same time Painting Competition will also be going on. In association with Drona Foundation a Heritage Walk at Amber will start at Varahi Gate that will end at Sagar. To capture the beauty of Jaipur, a Photography competition will also be held.
2.30 pm onwards at Kesar Kyari, there will be Still Photography by Foreign Tour Operators. Archaeology dept to install telescopes atop the Amber and Nahargarhforts for stargazing.
Jawahar Kala Kendra
There is going to be a bonanza of Rajasthani folk music and dances for music lovers at the open air theatre in Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK) in the evening. Between 4.30 pm- 6 pm there will be the opening of exhibition by Drona on Gangiyasar Village- Shekhawati which will continue till 30 Sept, 2015
At 6 pm Postage Stamp kiosk opening in association with Postal Deptt along with Philately (Postal Stamp Collection) Exhibition at Hawa Mahal. A mellifluous strains of the Shehnai can be enjoyed at Hawa Mahal alongside folk performance.
- Albert Hall
10 am- Sketch activity by NIMS students
5 pm: Presentation of Cycles by RATO to TAF personnel for patrolling.
There will also be Shehnai Vadan at Albert Hall.
A world of perfect memories awaits you at the royal city of Rajasthan!