5 Festive Events You Must Attend In Jaipur This September

Navratri, Dussehra, Dandia nights and much more is in bucket for you this month. With Diwali coming up in the next month, the city is all set to celebrate it with beautiful colours and glowing lights. Let’s take a glance at these fun-filled events in September.

  1. Abhivyakti Garba Mahotsav

The city is set in the mood of celebrations with all the festivities happening around. Especially with the Garba Mahotsav, wherein participants who have gone through a professional one month training run by Dainik Bhaskar Group perform traditional dances of Garba and Dandia. So, take out your best traditional dress from the closet and spend a evening full of colours and dances.

Date– 22-25 September

Venue– Rajasthan Housing Board

Time– 6:30 p.m. onwards


  1. The Story Tree

To encourage children to fall in love with books and with reading, take them to this 2 day workshop where magic will be weaved through stories. Children will be exposed to both Indian and western authors’ stories and poems and apart from these, various creative activities, games and play-acts will also be there to keep your children engaged throughout. It is suitable for children between the age group of 5 to 9 years and you can register on either JKK’s website or at their reception.

Date– 23-24 September

Venue– Jawahar Kala Kendra

Time– 10:30a.m.-12:30p.m.


  1. Necklace Festival

Are you guys ready to witness the best Diamond and Kundan Meena collection of this festive season? Kalajee Jewellery presents a 10 day exclusive Navratra Necklace Festival which will showcase the season’s best assortment of necklaces. Don’t wait anymore, just grab your bags and get going.

Date– 21-30 September

Venue– Kalajee Jewellery

Time– 11a.m.-8p.m.

necklace festival

  1. Jaipur Cycle Marathon

An initiative to promote healthy lifestyle and motivate Jaipurites to live in an environmental friendly world, Jaipur Cycle Marathon is Rajasthan’s biggest cycling event. If you are a fitness freak and love to ride a bicycle, then this is the marathon just for you!

Date– 24 September

Venue– Albert Hall Museum

Time– 5:00a.m. onwards

cycle marathon

  1. Workshop, baking class and Navratri special menu

Satisfy your Navratri cravings by heading towards Oven-the Bakery Café, as they have a Navratri special menu till 29th September.

On the last day of navratri, a baking class has been organized by them for all the bakery lovers. Learn to make cakes, cookies, and various desserts at Oven, sharp at 11a.m.

Apart from this for the curious painters in you, a Feather Canvas Painting Workshop is also in store for you on 30th September at 11a.m.

Venue– Oven- The Bakery & Café

Enjoy! 🙂


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