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Ah, we love Holi! Let’s get drenched in mouth-watering delicacies |Jaipur Beat

With the outburst of Coronavirus, everyone is rethinking about their Holi plans. Who would know that the disease will spread like a bushfire and blot out every major event leaving us all bummed out, especially when Holi is around the corner?

The first festival of the New Year that excites every soul in India thinking of ways to play Holi with friends and family, targeting that one person who refuses to play, all and all having a ball of a time. The children too are super excited to try their colour-filled hands on everyone’s faces but alas all the enthusiasm has been washed out by the sudden outbreak of Corona Virus.

But if we look at the bright side we all got a chance to play Holi like we used to in our childhood days. Yes, you guessed it right, Pichkaris! As the infection spreads with touching you can avoid playing with your hands and instead use pichkaris and water balloons.

Still, if you want to be on the safer side and avoid playing Holi this year, well worry no more because where there is a will, there is definitely great food! As with the celebration, we also look forward to binge eating all mouth-watering delicacies unique to this occasion prepared by our sweet mommy.

No one can imagine Holi without the ever delicious sugar syrup dripping gujiyas. Native to Rajasthan, gujiyas are sweet dumpling filled with yummy cardamom flavoured mawa and dry fruits are specially made on Holi.image1_tonemapped

Along with gujjiya’s you can also prepare moong dal ka halwa, gulab jamun and shahi tukda that’ll just make your festival hip and happening.


Another Holi munching treat is stacking up the plates with crunchy besan garlic papad to balance off all the sweetness. As Indians are very fond of Papads it is a perfect snack to indulge in.


No one can miss the classic Holi special recipe made with milk, nuts and spices like saffron, fennel– Thandai!


Don’t miss to try some colourful mocktails perfect for the spring season.


Everyone’s favourite ‘Kheer’ always hits the right notes no matter whatever the festival is.

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Steaming hot puris with aloo ki sabzi is quintessential to this festival.

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Ah, how can we not celebrate Holi! Let’s get drenched in most mouth-watering delicacies.

Jaipur Beat wishes you all a Happy Holi 🙂

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Much Awaited March Is Here

Can you believe it we are about to enter into the third month of 2020?! Our excitement is soaring high for the festival of colours ‘Holi’ and International Women’s Day is almost here. The month of March is all about sunshine, fun activities and thrilling events that we all await for very eagerly. So basically this month looks like a vacation, doesn’t it?! Like every month we have listed down some of the events that are going to happen in the Pink City. Let the celebration begins!

  1. Biz Expo 2020


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Date- 29th Feb – 1st March

Venue- Birla Auditorium


  1. Women Car Rally 2020

Car Ralley

Date- 1st March 2020

Time- 8 am – 1 pm

Venue- Albert Hall


  1. Crafting International Design Careers

Pearl Academy

Date- 4th March 2020

Time- 3:30 pm

Venue- Pearl Academy Jaipur


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Date- 4th March 2020


  1. AMPM By Ankur & Priyanka Modi | Jaipur Trunk Show


Date- 5th & 6th March 2020

Time- 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Venue- Chrisalis, 24 Goyal House, Ajmer Road, Jaipur


  1. Masti Ki Pathshala

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Date- 6th March 2020

Time- 4 pm onwards

Venue- Plot No. 9 Devi Nagar Vistar, Opp. Tree House School, Shyam Nagar


  1. Arrived – A stand up special by Lovejeet Singh Chauhan


Date- 6th March 2020

Time- 5 pm

Venue- August House Café, Vaishali Nagar


  1. Jhalak Summer Soairee 2020


Date- 6th – 7th March 2020

Time- 11 am – 8 pm

Venue- Hotel Marriott


  1. ThinkVid YouTuber’s Conclave


Date- 7th March 2020

Venue- Hotel Clarks Amer


10. Rang De Pinkcity

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Date- 9th March 2020

Time- 6:30 am

Venue- Pink Pedals (Gate No. 2 Jawahar Circle)


11. Dhulandi Festival



Date- 10th March

Time- 10 am – 1 pm

Venue- Khasa Kothi Hotel


12. Dahleez – Fashion & Lifestyle Exhibition


Date- 13th & 14th March 2020

Time- 10 am – 9 pm

Venue- Utsav Bhawan, Vidhyadhar Nagar


13. The Shared Closet

The Shared Closet

Date- 14th March 2020

Time- 10 am – 8 pm

Venue- The Maker’s Space, Lal Kothi


14. Kidzie Fashion Week – SS 20 – JAIPUR


Date- 21st – 22nd March 2020


15. Lemons And Peaches feat. Gursimran Khamba


Date- 28th March 2020

Time- 7 pm

Venue- Mojo’s Irish Pub


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6 Reasons Why You Should Not Miss Playing Holi

Holi, the joyous festival of colours and celebrations is one of the most awaited festivals in Jaipur. Everywhere you can spot Jaipurites purchasing different shades of colours, pichkaris and how can we miss everyone’s favourite water balloons! In every temple, you can see Phaag utsav being celebrated with great razzmatazz.

You must be thinking that every Jaipurite loves this festival, you got that wrong! Some people believe that the colours of Holi are not good for the skin and they are harmful to the environment too. But guess, what with proper precautions taken, this festival is as healthy as you can think. Here are the reasons why.

–          Playing Holi makes you summer ready

After a long, tiring and lazy winter that we all face, the singing and dancing at Holi makes us all summer ready. Our body loosens up a bit and we become more active after the celebrations.



–          A colourful Holi protects you from diseases

You think colours are harmful to the skin, let’s give you a different perspective today. Playing with Holi colours and the fire that is burnt on Holika Dahan cleans the environment and protects us from various diseases.

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–          Get drenched in colourful selfies

This is the only day when the craziest and colourful selfie wins. Funny tongue out poses, quirky poses fill our social media profiles that day and honestly, we love them !

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–          Enjoy some toothsome Gujjiya

Without Gujjiya, Holi seems to be incomplete. Seeing the sight of Gujjiya right after playing Holi is blissful for all.


–          Don’t need to dress-up for Holi

Holi is that festival for which you can wear any clothes without thinking twice. So dress as you like and you are Holi ready.

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–          Officially go crazy with friends and family

Getting permission from parents is a big task, but on this day you are officially allowed to go as crazy as possible be it with your friends or family.

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So Guys and girls, don’t miss playing Holi this year because it’s fun and guess what, healthy too ! 😀

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6 Holi Parties In Jaipur That You Cannot Afford To Miss

Dance, music and colours are awaiting your arrival at the most happening colourful festival of the season, Holi. The Pink City of India brings to you a tremendous number of Holi parties where you can make your Holi-days worthwhile. So guys and girls, get ready to let your hair down and groove your moves on the musical beats of the most happening Holi celebrations in town.

  1. Holi On The House

In the mood for some rain dance and live dhol where some extravagant Bollywood songs will be playing in the backdrop? This Holi party promises just that and much more. Snack on from the live food counters whilst you play with organic colours and water guns only at Heiwa Heaven. Book your tickets now : https://www.heiwaheaven.com/holi/

Date:  2nd March

Venue: Heiwa Heaven

Time: 10a.m- 4p.m.

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  1. Rang Barse Jaipur- Holi Event

Come one, come all, and attend the most hip and happening Holi festival of the season. Let the colours shower on you while you dance on the extravagant music by one and only DJ BNU and DJ Maddy. Join in the colourful celebration now !

Date: 2nd March

Venue: The Heritage Village Resort & Spa

Time: 10a.m. onwards

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  1. Holi Music Festival

Celebrate the Holi day by wearing whites, vivacious vibes and trance tides with the biggest Holi Music Festival in town. Soak yourself into the vibrant music festival with DJ INDOMAFIA, PRASH, SYNC and Yash Tyagi in the lush green gardens of Narayan Singh Hotel with your friends!

Date: 2nd March

Venue: Hotel Narain Niwas Palace

Time: 9a.m. onwards

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  1. Rangarang

Fond of Rajasthani Folk dance and music? Enter the beautiful world of Rangarang, where you will witness Holi celebrations in full traditional form. Mark your calendars now !

Date: 28th February

Venue: Jawahar Kala Kendra

Time: 6:30p.m.

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  1. Holi With Elephants

This time celebrate the festival of Holi in style with elephants. There will be dance; there will be music and lot of competitions to keep you engaged throughout the festival. Enjoy the buffet lunch along with relishing thandai and enter the magical world of colours where elephants will be seen performing various sorts of acts right in front of you.

Date: 2ndMarch

Venue: Near Elephant Village, Jaipur

Time: 9a.m. onwards

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6. Dhulandi Festival

Organised by the Department of Tourism of Rajasthan especially for tourists, Dhulandi Festival is a grand celebration of colours and water. Play with dry colours and water whilst you enjoy the stunning cultural performances by folk artists in Jaipur.

Date: 2nd March

Venue: Khasa Kothi Hotel

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Happy Holi ! 🙂

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An Ideal Holication At Heiwa Heaven, Jaipur

Festivals, festivals and festivals that is what the city of Jaipur is all about. With the onset of one festival, another beautiful festival comes along where in you can celebrate it with more zeal and enthusiasm. The month of March comes with Holi, the festival of colors which spreads joy and happiness all over. And this festival of colours and togetherness is being celebrated and hosted by Heiwa Heaven Resort where there will be dance, music, colours and what not.

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Experience the most vibrant Holi filled with organic colours to splash on each other along with rain dance where you can groove in all you want under the showers of water. To make the party more fun, there will be dhol and bollywood tracks played just for you with tangy snacks and relaxing drinks being served.

Colour balloons, unlimited colours and water guns, live food counter where in delicious variety of chaat and snacks will be prepared right in front of your eyes, is awaiting your arrival where DJ Irfan will be playing non-stop for you.

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Drench yourself into festival of colours, soak your soul into the bollywood tracks and get ready for some action-packed adventure that will make you forget about the world.

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Spend your exotic Holi-days at Heiwa Heaven where in you can have all the fun you want with your friends and family.

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Book your tickets nowhttps://www.heiwaheaven.com/holi/

Date: 2nd-  March

Venue: Heiwa Heaven

Time: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

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Experience Techno Holi In Jaipur Like Never Before

Where words fade, music speaks.

A never-seen or heard before techno music festival is stepping into our very own city of Jaipur and we can’t hold our excitement. There will be dance, there will be music, there will be food and not to forget there will be Holi celebrations as well. So all the gorgeous girls and handsome boys, wait no more and join the first of its kind Locals District Techno Music Festival 2018 where you will surely lose your senses to the beat and find yourself somewhere within.

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3 days, 1 fort, 4 stages, 40 artists and 1 massive Holi festival is in queue for you. Get ready to experience Locals District Techno Music Festival, India’s first Techno Music Festival marking its first year completion of the music community “Locals” where mixed talent will be brought together to give you the feel of music to remember for lifetime.

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With extravagant lights and visuals, live programming and projection mapping, you will witness great pioneers in the music industry like Kohra, BOLT, Jitter, Adam Rahman, Ash Roy, Arjun Vagale, Matt Sassari, Eric Volta and Sequel right in front of you that will add a charm to your Holi festival.

All the techno artists will come together and perform at a beautiful fairytale like 18th century castle, Castle Kalwar. Nestled on a foot hill, Castle Kalwar is a serene and peaceful destination that is set to host Techno musical event never experienced before.

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Soak yourself into the techno music festival and celebrate your Techno Holi at Castle Kalwar!

Date: 2nd-4th March, 2018

Venue: Castle Kalwar

Book your tickets herehttp://www.localsdistrict.com/

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6 Things to Eat and Enjoy on Holi

Think of Holi celebrations and the delicious stuffed gujiyas, crispy mathris and shakkar paras automatically start tempting your taste buds. Remembering the times when our dadi nani used to lay out a drooling platter of Holi snacks already a day before the celebrations and we could not hold our temptations till the day.  Here we are listing out some of the most signature Holi snacks and cuisines that’ll make your celebrations even more fun. And if you are planning to host a holi party at home, then this handy list will help you.
Enjoy these toothsome and lip smacking signature cuisines while enjoying the frolic and festivities of holi !

1) Gujiya

No one can imagine a Holi bash without the ever delicious sugar syrup dripping gujiyas.
Native to Rajasthan, gujiyas are sweet dumplings made of all purpose flour and filled with yummy cardamom flavoured mawa and dry fruits. Wait no more, and order it from LMB that will leave your mouth relishing its taste forever. Order now !

2) Phirniphirni 2
The inviting smell of condensing milk and cardamom is a total bliss. Phirnis and Holi always go hand in hand, isn’t it? Well how do you like your phirni? With nuts, Fruits and berries, Roses or Plain… do let us know in the comment box

3) Crisp handy snacks

Holi is the festival where everyone gets hungry after every round of color playing. Stacking up the plates with besan garlic papad, some shakkar Paras and Namak Paras has always been the best holi munching treat.

4) Bhaang and thandai



Bhaang is a popular intoxicating drink termed as the best prashaad from Lord Shiva. Our Bollywood has made it even more prominent drink during the festival of Holi.  Other delights prepared from bhang can be Bhang ke Pakodey, Bhang ki chutney, Bhang Ice cream and Bhang Thandai.


5) Chaat Twister


The younger version of crunchy golgappe, sizzling tikkis and cottony bhallas are hard to resist on Holi. A sweet cheat too helps vodka lovers; it is always fun to substitute the paani with our preferred brand.
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6) Sweets

Can’t really resist from having sweets on the festival of Holi? Relish on gulab jamun, shahi tukda or moong dal ka halwa and make your festival hip and happening.

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If your favourite holi treat did not make it to our list, do let us know in the comment box below.

Happy Holi 🙂

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15 Bollywood Songs Of 2015 To Dance On This Holi

You have invited all your friends to your Holi bash, colors are ready, menu is ready but is your dance playlist ready? Chances are that you have forgotten this super important detail! If you do not have a peppy dance playlist for a Holi party then the party will lose half of its fun. After all what’s a party without some heavy duty music?

We Jaipurites listen to all kinds of music but when it comes to electric events, Bollywood dance numbers are our jam. We are sure that you liked our Holi songs list but there’s no rule that only Holi songs have to be played in a Holi party. It’s the festival of multiple colors so you should also have all kinds of songs with you. There are so many amazing dance songs in Bollywood and here are 15 of the top foot-tapping numbers from this year and last year to set the mood of your party-

1. High Heels- Ki And Ka

The old version of this song by Honey Singh has been renewed this year to give us a brand new dance number. It has sassy beats and funky lyrics.


2. Kar Gai Chull- Kapoor And Sons

Another popular song remixed to suit the boho tastes. This song is everywhere these days and even we can’t get enough.


3. Kheech Meri Photo- Sanam Teri Kasam

The movie might have gone unnoticed but not this quirky number! This one is perfect for the selfie-obsessed generation.


4. Humne Pee Rakhi Hai- Sanam Teri Kasam

Everybody gets drunk with the joy of Holi and to add to the fun, there is bhang- a Holi essential! We are not saying that you should not be afraid of ‘100 Number’ but you should enjoy for sure.


5. Sooraj Dooba- Roy

This peppy number perfectly conveys the party-spirit. Parties are meant to have fun and forget about the real-life problems, right?



6. Afghan Jalebi- Phantom

We wish there was a Gujiya song too but this Jalebi song is no less. It might make you crave for the sweet-treats but at least you will be burning those calories while dancing to this song.


7. Dard Karaara- Dum Laga Ke Haisha

Add a dash of nineties to your Holi with this number. Show some silly old-time moves and dance like there is no tomorrow.


8. Gallan Goodiyan- Dil Dhadakne Do

A party song for the whole family! This one is also great for variation- play it when you are tired to restore your energy.


9. Gulabo- Shaandaar

Splash pink all around while dancing with Alia and Shahid on this one!


10. DJ Waley Babu

We know that this is not a Bollywood song but can you imagine any hip-party without this number by Badshah? We certainly can’t.


11. Nachan Farratey- All Is Well

Pump it up to the dhol and shake your body to the beats. This is a superb song to perk up your spirits.


12. Banno Tera Swagger- Tanu Weds Manu Returns

You will need all the energy in the world to keep up with the pace of this song. Everybody has swag after all!


13. Birthday Bash- Dilliwali Zalim Girlfriend

This song is perfect for not only birthdays but for any party. It will make you dance whether you agree with the lyrics or not.


14. Aj Ki Party- Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Any list referring to Bollywood is incomplete without Salman Khan so here is a funky number for all the party goers.


15. Daddy Mummy- Bhaag Johnny

Let Johnny run away while you groove to this one. We are not sure if you would want your Daddy Mummy to see you though!





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9 Superb Holi Songs Bollywood Has Blessed Us With

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Colorful faces, frenzy spirit of Bhaang and some crazy Naach Gaana, Holi is the festival of colors which is commemorated with healthy flirting and some popular Bollywood numbers. Our hindi film industry has captured the spirit of festivals very beautifully and Holi aces all through vibrant and lively songs produced over the years, which have always been a hit among all generations together! When it comes to holi, these songs capture the true spirit of the festival of colors. We bet, haven’t you every year imagined yourself be Amitabh Bachchan dancing and flirting with some Rekha in your society? Be it Amitabh Bachchan’s Rang Barse Bheege Chunar wali… or Ranbir’s Balam Pichkaari jo tune Mujhe Maari….  these Holi songs have always kept the crazy spirit of Holi high !!

So here we bring you the all time hits to pump up your adrenalin with Bollywood’s best Holi Songs. Pick your favorite number from the menu or just play them all back to back and have fun playing this colorful festival.

Happy Holi.

  1. Holi Khele Raghuveera

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The modern day Holi anthem, which was sung by Amitabh Bachchan, has a rugged charm. This holi song instantly strikes a chord with the listeners.


2. Soni Soni Akhiyo Waali

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A charming song from Shahrukh Khan’s Mohabbatein, springs the spirit of playfulness amongst youngsters.


3. Do me a favour Lets Play Holi

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Yet another beautiful holi song filmed on Akshay Kumar to emerge in the fervor of this festival of colors. This song emanates a foot-tapping rustic feel in the ambiences.


4. Balam Pichkaari


A beautiful dance number to set the mood of Holi, this song is the modern day favourite among youngsters and kids both 😉

5. Arre Ja Re Natkhat

For the beautiful aunti’s of the society, who don’t shy away to flaunt their charming expressions while dancing one this epic Holi song.  This is a great classic composition and a riot of colours.


6. Ang Se Ang Lagana  

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Probably the most raunchiest track on the list, when the girl insists “make sure you hug me my love when you douse color on me” this Juhi Chawla and Sunny Deol  song is  a huge favourite among Holi revellers.


7. Rang Barse

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The best of the bests, the folkish holi is song sung by superstar Amitabh Bachchan that sets the dancing stage on fire. The song wonderfully showcases the oozing undercurrents among lovers, and secret lovers. You know what I mean 😉


8. Holi Ke Din


The most cheerful holi song, which is one of the most loved Holi song among all! The song captures the emotions of people who forget all the differences and celebrate the festival of colors together with joy.


9. Aaj Na Chhodenge

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The evergreen playful Holi song ‘Aaj Na Chhodenge’, went on to become a huge hit and still remains one of the most played tracks during holi parties.


Enjoy Holi and play responsibly.
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