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List of Exciting Summer Camps for Kids in Jaipur

Children are emerging little creatures who when given the right path can unveil their wings. Parents are always worried about their grades and with so much of studies, they tend to lose their creativity and feel exhausted. That’s why you should also encourage them to try new activities that help them realize their interest and also learn new things in life. And that’s what Summer Vacations are all about.

Yet again Jaipur Beat has come up with some fun, exciting, adventurous and a lot to learn summer camps. Find the one that suits your kid’s interest, budget & conveyance and help them create memories of their childhood.

  1. St. Xavier’s Summer Camp

If your kids are more into art and photography then they are likely to enjoy their summer holidays. St. Xavier’s is organising summer hobby & art camp which includes photography masterclass, cartooning & modern art and calligraphy. The batches will begin from 18th May till 2nd June at St. Xavier’s School, C-scheme.

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2. Super Kids Summer Camp

A camp filled with lots of fun activities like dance, skating, painting, martial arts, theatre and much more that will keep them engaged in the summers. Batches will start from 15th May at Main Calgiri Road, Malviya Nagar.

https://www.facebook.com/events/833920386962920/

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3. The Reading Owl Summer Camp

Here’s presenting Summer Camp for Preschoolers aged between 4 to 6 years. Packed with offbeat activities like gardening, mathematical stories, vocabulary building, musical slokas in Sanskrit and the list goes on. The batches will start from 13th May till 8th June.

Address- D-129, Basant Marg, Banipark, Coral Ambience, Flat 502

https://www.facebook.com/events/323426024984727/

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4. TOSS Arts Alive Summer Program

An open educational and cultural centre that is organizing a summer program with multi-disciplinary courses like creative writing, outdoor play, a dance of water, pencil & ink drawings, storytelling and much more. The batches will start from 25th May till 30th June.

Address- 142, Frontier Colony, Adarsh Nagar

https://www.facebook.com/events/1051286091736866/

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5. The Creative Den Funkey Summer Camp

They provide activities like art & craft, rock painting, clay modelling, origami and many more. This camp is for kids aged between 2.5 to 12 years and the batches will start from 15th May.

Address- C-219, Gyan Marg, Tilak Nagar

https://www.facebook.com/The-Creative-Den-530885727434383/

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6. The PlaySpace Football Summer Camp

An energetic camp designed to develop 6 essential football skills. Along with this you will get a unique player card, a performance report and a certificate. The batches will begin from 15th May till 15th June for ages 8-15 years at PlaySpace Jaipur.

https://www.facebook.com/PlaySpaceIndia/

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7. Around the World in Five Weeks

Shri-Ram Global Pre-School is organizing one of its kind Summer Camp that will take you around the world along with art & craft, music & movement, developing confidence and a lot to learn. The camp is for kids aged between 2-8 years and the batch will start from 13th May till 14th June.

Address- Shri-Ram Global Pre-School, Hanuman Nagar

https://www.facebook.com/srgpsjaipur/

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8. Wonder Years Summer Camp

A fun-filled summer camp with a bunch of activities like yoga, roller skating, splash pools, overnight camping and many more. The batches will start from 13th May till 12th June for the age group of 2-7 years.

Address- D-247, Amrapali Marg, Vaishali Nagar

https://www.facebook.com/wonderyearsjaipur/

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9. Kidzee Ramnagaria Summer Camp

This one is for the parents living in or near Jagatpura, Kidzee Ramnagaria Summer Camp is just right for your kids. It offers exciting activities like dancing, karate, wall hanging, bag making and much more. The camp is for the age group 3 to 10 years and will start from 13th May.

Address- A-144, Main Ramnagaria Road, JDA Scheme, Jagatpura

https://www.facebook.com/events/2329899013965979/

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10. Summer Art Workshop

Brushes N Strokes workshop will consist of doodle art, acrylic on canvas, modern art, flow art and many more forms of art. The batches have already started but you can still enrol your kids if they are between 7 to 14 years old.

Address- Shyam Apartment, Sarojini Marg, C-Scheme

https://www.facebook.com/brushesnstrokesart/

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11. Doorva’s Toddler’s Den Summer Camp

Indulge your kids in the coolest summer camp with activities like craft, drawing, no flame cooking and much more. The batches will start from 11th May till 30th May.

Address- 7, 255, Mandir Marg, Sector 7, Vidyadhar Nagar

https://www.facebook.com/doorvastoddlersden/

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12. Vatsalya Legacy Preschool Summer Camp

Kids below 6 years of age can enrol in this exciting summer camp that will provide activities like music, rock & roll, yoga, handwriting and much more. The batches will start from 15th May till 15th June.

Address- VLPS, 633 Shakuntala Mansion, Archarya Kriplani Marg, Adarsh Nagar

https://www.facebook.com/vatsalyalegacy2017/

 

Have a Cheerful Holiday!

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Things no one tells you about the marvellous doors of City Palace, Jaipur.

Apart from its magical architecture, the royal residence, and a museum, the city palace has lesser known but not less beautiful gates in its third courtyard. In the inner courtyard of City Palace, Pritam Niwas Chowk has four small gates known as Ridhi Sidhi Pol, which are elaborately decorated in brilliant colours. This courtyard is dominated by Chandra Mahal which is said to be the most charming courtyard in City Palace.

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Each door has a different role to play and a story to tell. These gates are adorned with themes symbolising four seasons and are dedicated to a specific Hindu God & Goddess.

  1. Lotus Gate– Beautified with lotus petals and stunning floral patterns representing summer season, Lotus gate is dedicated to Lord Shiv and his consort Parvati. Lotus gate surrounds the statue of God and a motif of sun. The beguiling colours and detailed lotus flower work all over the gate will leave you stunned.

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  1. Peacock gate-It is one of the most famous and admired gates of them all. This gate is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and symbolizes the autumn season. It is located on the North-East side of the courtyard. The carved peacocks surround the statue of God and are brilliantly decorated with colourful paintings.

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  1. Rose gate– The repeated petal pattern represents winter season and is dedicated to Goddess Devi. Rose gate, which is in the third number in the series of the four gates, is beautifully designed and painted with rose petals that also surround the statue of God and a motif of sun.

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  1. Lehariya Gate– The beautifully vivid green coloured gate or the green gate represents the green of spring season. This indicates the start of the spring and is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Lehariya means waves, which was how it got it’s name. It also has a statue of Lord Ganesha surrounded by the motifs of waves.

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The above-stated gates give us the spiritual connection and the essence of the life of the medieval period in India. The City Palace surely makes you fall in love with its art.

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8 Fun Thrilled Events to Look Forward to in May

The month of May has already started with its scorching heat and there’s nothing we can do about it. There’s one thing we can surely do to make it more fun and intriguing for you. Like every month there are events happening around in the Pink City and as per the rituals we have lined up some fabulous events for you-

  1. Drink And Doodle

Spend a cool summer afternoon over some wine and bring out the artist in you. Socialize with people, doodle your heart out, paint, draw and write. It’s almost everything one can ask for.

Date- 4th May

Register- +91-9971090029

Venue- Doodle Rack Hostel

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  1. Agaastyaa Open Mic 4.0

An evening filled with poetry, story-telling, singing and comedy, who doesn’t want to attend it. After 3 successful shows, they are back with their open mic 4.0 which will showcase young and energetic artist.

Date- 5th May

Tickets- https://www.meraevents.com/event/open-mic-4-o

Venue- The Yellow House: Global Veg Bistro, C-scheme

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  1. Lok Sabha Elections

Now on the 6th of May, it’s time to do our duty and be a part of India’s biggest festival Lok Sabha Elections 2019. Remember it’s not for any individual’s benefit; it’s for the benefit of the nation.

Date- 6th May

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  1. Women’s T20 Challenge

The board of Control for Cricket in India has announced the Women’s T20 Challenge consisting of 4 matches all to be played in SMS Stadium. All the cricket freaks, it’s time to cheer women players.

Date- 6th-11th May

Venue- Sawai Mansingh Stadium

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  1. Little Potters- Kids Pottery Course for Summers

Worried about how to engage your little ones in a creative activity?

Look no further, because this summer pottery class is the perfect activity for your kids. This 4-day class is going to keep your kids engaged and will boost their creativity.

Date- 10th-14th May

Register- +91-9772882309

Venue- Clay Botik- Pottery & Ceramics Studio

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  1. Rock In Jaipur Vol. III

Here’s a fun night for rock/metal music lovers!

The third edition of this promising event is all set to rock your world with popular bands like Demigod, Plague Throat, River, Bad Trip, 3AM and Mordare. Yes, that many.

Date- 12th May

Tickets- https://www.meraevents.com/event/rockinjaipurfestival

Venue- Levels Club, Ramada Jaipur

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  1. The Unread Diaries of Amandeep and Yahya

    An exclusive live show of a beautiful set of stories combined with poems. Both the storytellers will give a duet performance with the feeling of love, anger, affection and hope.

    Date- 15th May

    Tickets- https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/the-unread-diaries-of-amandeep-and-yahya/ET00101390

    Venue- 999 Restro Lounge

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  2. Pink Trends- A Fashion and Lifestyle Exhibition

The biggest fashion and lifestyle exhibition by Sanjivni Events and Entertainment will be held in our city. An exhibition filled with apparels, accessories, footwear, beauty products and what not.

Date- 24th-25th May

Venue- Birla Auditorium

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Bidding Adieu To Jaipur Literature Festival 2019 Until We Meet Next Year !

Once again the twelfth edition of Zee Jaipur Literature Festival has come to an end. Yet again this year’s festival was an upgraded version of the previous year. Starting off with well-organized things like no on the spot registration for any day thus, resulting in fewer crowds on the weekends and second, putting up the sign boards to guide people with the sessions being held in which area. The rest was the same like dressing up the Palace with colors, Book Store- to buy books that are being launched at the festival, Food Stalls- to munch on your favorite dish and Bazaars- to add more stuff to your closet. Now without further ado let’s talk about the sessions and the speakers and give you a brief summary of what all happened at 2019’s JLF.

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Day 1- As per the rituals, this year started off with Shruthi Vishwanath’s Morning Music of a wonderful rendition of spiritual poet Tukaram. The inaugural session opened the Festival’s Session with Sanjoy K. Roy, the Managing Director of Teamwork Arts; accentuated the need to respect the writers in today’s world.

Right after the inaugural session Sachin Pilot was in conversation with Sreenivasan Jain and was asked questions on the recent nature of politics and also shared his views on freedom of expression. Germaine Greer talked about her book On Rape and Nirbhaya case in a session Beyond The Female Eunuch. After the lunch hour, AJ Finn expressed his stirring journey of writing his bestseller The Women in the Window.

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Day 2- With the melodious voice of Usha Uthup, the second day of the festival kick-started the power packed sessions. In the session, Adi Shankracharaya: Hinduism’s Greatest Thinker, Pavan K. Verma spoke about Shankaracharya in the context of understanding the complex form of Hinduism. Egypt’s profound writer and cultural lecturer Ahdaf Soueif in a session The Battle of Egypt: Dispatches from the Revolution, talked about how people protested to end the Governance of President Hosni Mubarak.

Venki Ramakrishnan shared his views about the human side of science and also of his recent book Gene Machine: The Race to Decipher the Secrets of the Ribosome.

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Day 3- Saturday morning started with an uplifting performance by Vidya Shah followed by a thought-provoking session where Rajdeep Sardesai discussed the number of issues on journalism and how its nature is changing in India. Moving on to the next session of the bestselling novel Call Me by Your Name, the American Writer Andre Aciman talked about writing and romance.

In a book launch of Every Vote Count: The Story of Elections in India, Navin Chawla stated that why it is a prime concern to take immediate action in increasing the number of women Members of Parliament.

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Day 4- Yann Martel, author of Life of Pi, in conversation with Jerry Pinto, shared his thought of how he wrote this book in an attempt to understand the curious phenomenon called faith. In a book launch of Ria Sharma’s Make Love Not Scar, she discussed the dreadful phenomena of acid attack with her partner and acid attack survivor Reshma Qureshi, who shared her painful story of the attack.

In an inspiring session of Women and Power that brought together, feminists from around the world and each talked about the relation of women with power.

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Day 5- The last day of JLF was also packed with powerful sessions. A session on Kumbh: the Greatest Gathering on Earth, where Deshna Mehta said that no other place than Kumbh to understood the importance of life. Nigerian poet and author Ben Okri talked about how reading Rabindranath Tagore changed his life. He also said that the freedom to ask the question and examining reality in depth will make people more aware.

Manisha Koirala shared her views on how people expected her to look beautiful all the time in the session Breaking Free: A New Kind Of Beautiful. There were two or more sessions that talked about politics and the battle between Congress and BJP for the 2019 election.

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To sum up this year’s Literary Festival, which was partly heated discussions, inspiring sessions but most importantly to bring together people from all over the world under one roof in the name of Literature.

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New Facets Of Art At “Craft Stories Under The Mango Tree”

Handicrafts and Jaipur have always had a close relationship from the ancient art of Blue Pottery of Persia to puppetry, Jaipuri Jootis, Jaipuri block printing and what not!

To celebrate this enriched culture of Jaipur, here’s a creative festival called “Crafts Stories Under the Mango Tree” that engulfs traditional arts by showcasing Indian heritage from an artisan’s point of view. A large number of skilful craft-designers, accomplished scholars and talented artisans are going to be a part of the festival.

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Jaipur Beat brings you a glimpse into the roots of “Craft Stories Under the Mango Tree” that extends itself into Fashion, Films, Market Gallery, Spotlight Exhibition, Dialogues, Workshops, Performances and Space making crafts.

 

  1. Spotlight Craft

The Spotlight Craft event at Crafts Under the Mango Tree concentrates in “Living Traditions related to Crafts-arts of India”. Paintings depicting the classic Indian tales through symphonic folk style based on the Narratives “Preserving the History through the Art of Story-telling” and “Sacred Geometry in Contemporary Miniature Arts.”

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  1. Crafted Fashion

Crafts and Fashion go hand to hand. At Craft Stories Under the Mango Tree, the Spearhead designers of India’s fashion industry showcase their crafts through exclusive programs including “Clothing as Identity: Fashion Show” and “Clothing as Identity: Exhibition”.

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  1. Craft Souk

Textiles ranging from Bandhani, Block Print, Embroidery, Weaving and various other options to choose from, witness beautifully designed products from artisan fashion designers at Craft Souk.

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  1. Craft Bioscope

An exclusive film fest, hosting the unique hand skills, the lives and desires of artisans would be something to watch out for. Anchoring the ancient knowledge of traditions, culture and arts, these moving images are one of the highlights of Crafts Stories Under the Mango Tree.

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  1. Craft Speak

Witness engrossing dialogue sessions with prominent panellists sharing their opinions on crafts, architecture, fashion and design.  The panel discussion includes but not limited to: “Textiles Tradition of Kutch”, “Neo-Miniature Art of India”, “Narrative Art of India”, “Crafts in Interior and Architecture”

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  1. Craft Manch

Creating an admirable balance of performing arts with craft, Craft Manch highlights the folk performances and contributes to craft skills through its different facets like “Theyyam,” “Kerela Shadow Puppets,” and “Pabuji ka Phad.”

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  1. Craft Karkhana

From Charkha Spinning to Leather Puppet Making, Mata ni Pachedi and Kavad making, The Craft Karkhana at Craft Stories Under the Mango Tree is all about workshops and hands-on-experience from well-versed artisans.

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  1. Space Making Crafts
    This section includes the science of being an artist who relates to tangible and intangible aspects of crafts accounting to embellishing architectural elements and interior décor.

 

Bringing together like-minded people, the festival dwells into the euphoric experiences of Indian material culture. It talks about creativity, shares stories and encounters diverse aspects of crafts and Indian material culture.

So while there’s still the Jaipur Literature festival going on for the hardcore literature enthusiasts, Craft Stories Under the Mango tree is a welcome change for the creative heads.

Dates: 25th– 28th January’ 2019

Venue: Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur

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5 Events In Jaipur Around ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2019

Weekend is nearing guys and girls! Get ready to call your friends to one of the most happening city of India, Jaipur because this weekend the PinkCity is all decked up with glamorous events. Want to know which event, simply read on.

  • Craft Stories Under The Mango Tree

Are you one of those who are fond of crafts and would love to know more about the art of its creation? Craft Stories Under The Mango Tree brings to you the established and emerging artisans and craftsmen who will share their rich hands-on experience about the processes of craft creation. Not only this, Craft Stories Under The Mango Tree spreads its branches into fashion, film, market gallery, spotlight exhibition, dialogues, workshops and performances along with space making crafts. This is a one-stop destination for all the art lovers, don’t miss it for sure.

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Date: 25th-28th January

Venue: Jawahar Kala Kendra

Time: 11 a.m. onwards

  • Book Preview with Wine & Cheese

Hold your breath ladies and gentlemen as the Indian politician and writer himself, Dr. Shashi Tharoor is coming to town for his book preview “The Paradoxical Prime Minister” at the recently launched Trove café. A wine & cheese session with Dr. Shashi Tharoor is awaiting your arrival, so wait no more, get your tickets now !

Date: 24th January

Venue: Trove Café at Devraj Niwas

Time: 8:00 p.m. onwards

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  • Womenweave Pop-up

With Womenweave Pop-up the way you look at fashion, will definitely change. Witness a huge range of fabrics, sarees, stoles, dupattas, and towels which are elegantly designed and carefully hand woven that will definitely make you shop till you drop. Pick up your bags and just get going.

Date: 24th-28th January

Venue: Anokhi Basement & Jaipur Modern

Time: 11 a.m. onwards

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  • Locals DISTRICT performing at Club Trove

Yes, you read that right. It has just been a year that Locals DISTRICT marked their entry in techno-music events in Pink City and they are already geared up for their next season. You can watch the action go live in Club Trove much before the scheduled event in March and set the mood for the night. Just be there.

Date: 24th-25th January

Venue: Club Trove

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  • Heritage Evenings at ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2019

Get ready to be charmed by the music, fashion, and dance performances at the two heritage evenings at ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival.

  • Clothing as identity at Jawahar Kala Kendra– The artisan designers all the way from Kutch will be showcasing their traditions, costumes, and culture via their designs on the ramp.

Date: 25th January

Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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  • A majestic evening at Amber Fort– A mix of enthralling music and dance performances that will bring together art, and culture is ready to give you an unforgettable evening at Amber Fort.

Date: 26th January

Time: 7:00 p.m. onwards

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A Day Through Jaipur’s Walled City Market

No matter what transport you choose to reach the walled city market, but once you step out of it, a gush of local air filters through you and gives you the major feels of the city. From the street vendors all around trying to sell you ethnic jewellery, clothes, toys, bed sheets, handkerchiefs, edibles and what not, to the truly colourful shops loaded with Jaipuri jootis, block print and leather handbags, wedding outfits, vibrant Jaipuri lehengas and much more- the markets of Jaipur are truly engaging.

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Stroll through with a heart full of patience and excitement and you’ll surely find yourself drooling over the local delicacies including the famous Kachoris, Samosas, Mirchi vadas retrieved from the piping hot oil and put on little paper serving plates.

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Moreover, after you have had a long day of discovering the lanes of the walled city market, you can finally binge on the Rajasthani delicacies for dinner like Dal Baati Churma, Gatte ki sabzi, Laal Maas, and Ker Sangri.

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Further, while you stand right in front of the Palace of Winds, the legendary Hawa Mahal, you’ll realise that there actually are 953 windows in it. Located in the midst of the market and surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the city, the place has an enchanting significance to it, which would surely lure you into seeing it inside out.

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You can further explore the local culture and the colours of Jaipur with the local market that offers Jaipuri leather items, junk jewellery, Jaipuri block print dresses and bedsheets, quilts, handicrafts including blue pottery items and traditional kathputlis, mirror work items, and much more.

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On the other hand, you may dive into Hindu spirituality with temples like the renowned Hanuman temple, the Govind Dev Ji temple and Garbh Griha.

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Next, when you have crossed through the booming traffic, the metro construction taking place at Badi Chaupad and the loud yet prismatic market, you are finally ready to enter the gates of the truly magnificent City Palace of Jaipur, which was once the abode of the royal Rajput rulers. For years and years, Jaipur has celebrated its legacy of having inherited this beautiful monument that presents itself as Jaipur’s crown.

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Witnessing the grandeur of living and lifestyle of Jaipur’s royals at the City Palace Museum, you’ll be taken back in time with the treasures of the bygone era. From the enticing Chandra Mahal to the mesmerizing Peacock Gate, Lotus Gate, Green Gate and Rose Gate; City Palace just never fail to bewitch you with its beauty.

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While you take away Jaipuri clothes, quilts, jooties and jewellery as souvenirs for your loved ones away with you, the most beautiful things you take along would still be the sights of the vivid liveliness of the city.