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8 Cool Escapes To Beat The Heat

Jaipur experience all the season in their extremes. With the temperature being 46 degrees Celsius the heat is unbearable. But we, Jaipurites know how to enjoy the best of both worlds, no matter how extreme it gets. Summers in Jaipur is the warmest times usually extending from April till July. But summer is also that time of the year when we can socialize, unwind and relax cause summertime is vacation time. Most of the schools are on break and colleges are mostly inactive. Therefore, as soon as summer approaches we all start making plans for the vacations, deciding the next spot we want to visit, relishing over all things cool or having a water gun fight with your pals. Ah, summer is fun. But we all know Jaipur can get all heated up during summers and if you staying in the city like us then Jaipur Beat will help you beat this heat with these cool escapes.

1. Pool Parties

A pool party is always a good idea in summers, the best place to chill around with your family and friends. Splashing water all over the place and dancing to your favourite beats. Pink City has quite a few options for all the party-loving Jaipurites.

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2. World Trade Park a.k.a my second home

Experiencing an electricity cut, worry not. “World Trade Park hai na yarr…” you can go there chill or hang out with your squad, have food at the court and enjoy the window shopping in the air-conditioned malls for as long as you want.

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3. Water Park

Water Parks are an entertaining place to enjoy your break with your family and friends, you can have fun on exciting rides and slides. Pink Pearl is one the most popular water park in Jaipur and even has India’s first water Disco, though in recent times more water parks have come up in the Pink City which means more fun, you can spend your weekends with your family and friends at a water park and relax.

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4. Hawa Mahal

OK! So this is one of my favourites from my childhood. Jaipur is known for its heritage all over the world. Thousands of people visit it around the year. Hawa Mahal is the spot you cannot afford to miss be you’re a tourist or a localite. Here’s why, Hawa Mahal’s architectural feature allows cool air from the Venturi effect to pass through, thus making the whole area more pleasant during the high temperatures in summer.

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5. Jal Mahal

Talking about heritage with cool escapes, you cannot skip the list without Jal Mahal. Walking past the ‘Paal’ of Jal Mahal is how you want your day to end as it not only furnishes the cool breeze but also provides a picturesque sight.

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6. Staying home and lazing around

Since its summer you get a chance to stick to your lazy bed/sofa and play games on your mobiles and laptops as your parents would be scared to send you outside due to the loo. And the best part is you can stay in your pyjamas the whole day, cause no leaving home.

7. Relish over ice cream/cold drinks

Who can say no to ice cream/cold drinks in summers? What are you even talking about, I survive on ice cream/cold drinks in summer.

Ice cream parlours in Jaipur serves many inviting flavours. Jal Mahal Ice Cream Parlor has some refreshing options on their menu that will make your taste buds go gaga with joy.

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8. The perfect excuse to run through sprinklers in the garden

Remember when you were a kid and use to play with water balloons, relive those moments, let the child inside you jump out and run through the water sprinklers till you are drenched. It’s one of the best things about summers.

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Indian Political League V/s Indian Premier League : The 15 similarities between them.

The days of the IPL are on! By IPL, we at Jaipur Beat not only mean the Indian Premier League that’s one of the most sought after cricket event every year, but also, the Indian Political League. The Lok Sabha elections take place every 5 years and serves the same purpose that of a league as a lot of parties participate and face-off each other. Eventually, there’s only 1 party that emerges as the winner, the same happens in a league.

Both these events have some similarities and we’re sure you can’t but agree with all of these 😉

1. They last for almost 2 months.

 

 

2. Spread throughout the country in different states

 

 

3. Local teams (parties) are represented by local talents (leaders)

 

 

4. Both provide some serious non-stop entertainment

 

 

5. Enraged discussions take place Face to face or on Whatsapp.

 

 

6. Teams (parties) buy players from other teams in cash, if needed.

 

 

7. Speculation of being fixed is always there with them.

 

 

8. Bollywood plays a major and integral part in both

 

 

9. People look forward to the final result

 

 

10. Social and Electronic media plays major role in both

 

 

11. Alcohol brands make merry in both

 

 

12. Corporates have a serious role to play in terms in finances

 

 

13. One would get routinely notified about them, whether voluntarily or involuntarily!

 

 

14. Both take over the newspapers, one takes the first half and the other, the latter half.

 

 

15. If you’re a person living in the country and don’t follow either of the two, there’s a great chance of you being called an anti-nationalist.

 

 

 

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Residential space for your lifestyle needs- Manglam’s Ananda in Jaipur!

Jaipur is the capital city of the largest state of India, Rajasthan and one of the fastest growing Tier II cities in the country. It is expected to be one of the ten megacities of future India. The international airport of Jaipur connects it to all the major destinations in India and abroad. The city is the hub of domestic and foreign tourists and is the largest centre for export of gemstones, jewellery, handicrafts, carpets, apparel etc.

In the growing demands of the city, its people crave for a perfect destination for recreation activities. Having been so caught up in our work, we fail to find the time for essential activities in our daily lives. Today, the people of Jaipur are seeking luxury in a calming environment. Consider having your very own spa, miniplex or a clubhouse where you can go and indulge yourself after a hectic day. But where do we get all this?

Here we have one residential space for all your lifestyle needs –

Where the feeling of largeness, green open spaces, walkways, beautifully maintained parks set in an aesthetic and invigorating environment is a daily pleasure for the residents.

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If you intend to buy a flat in Jaipur, checking out this flagship project of Manglam is something worth your time and effort.

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Manglam Aananda is a thoughtfully designed premium project that offers modern living  with multiple lifestyle amenities and features.  It has the city’s biggest functional clubhouse spread across 50,000 sq.ft. with amenities such as Swimming Pool, Squash, Basketball, Tennis Court, Gymnasium, Spa, Steam, Sauna, Jacuzzi Salon, 35 Seats Mini Theatre, Library, Party Hall, Lounges etc.

 

 

It has over 80% green cover with beautifully landscaped gardens. It is strategically Located near The Airport, The Sanganer Railway Station, International Schools and Hospitals.

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Manglam’s Aananda ‘The Complete City’ – premium flats in Jaipur – add to the sense of secure life as security equipment like CCTV’s, boom barriers provide an environment for your carefree living. The designs dwell in peace with nature. The air feels fresh and rejuvenates the health to high levels within the residents, making them one of the best available flats in Jaipur.

One of the most important things that make Manglam Aananda the first choice as a residential nest is made according to the principles of  Vastu Shastra. Vastu offers a perfect balance with the comforts of a metro city offering ease of life alongside.

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So now you can find a home in Jaipur that contributes to your good health as well as the well being of the members living with you! 🙂


Request a meeting to begin your next step in promoting your brand/event on Social Media. Contact  @jaipurbeat 

Email- Jaipurbeat@gmail.com

 

 

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Reliving The Amazing Memories At Kanak Ghati, Jaipur.

Kanak Ghati is one place where we all, at one point of our lives has been to. In retrospect, Kanak Ghati was the no. 1 picnic spot for the school picnics as well as family picnics. The maintenance of the historical garden has been kept up to date by the government and the café in the park’s premises still serves good food. The feel of Kanak Ghati still remains the same but, the people are so caught up in their own lives’, they hardly get any time to revisit this beautiful garden.

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Kanak Ghati is also famously called Kanak Vrindavan, it is named so as it was constructed based on the Lord Krishna’s Vrindavan. The picturesque idols of Lord Krishna and the Gopis, surrounded by the beautiful flowers at Kanak Ghati brings alive the spirit of the playful God in the truest form.

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There are various scenes recreated around Kanak Ghati with idols of Lord Krishna. The construction of the garden dates back to more than 300 years when the idol of Lord Govind Dev Ji had to be shifted from Vrindavan. The temples in Kanak Ghati area were constructed to house the idol of Govind Dev Ji, but in 1716, the idol was shifted to the now called Govind Dev Ji Temple in City Palace area in Jaipur.

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The particular spot that Kanak Ghati is at, the valley below Nahargarh was specially chosen for its construction as it adds special grace to the majestic Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and the Jal Mahal Palace. If you are looking to explore the heritage of Jaipur, there’s no better place than the trio of palaces, Nahargarh, Jaigarh and Amer Palace.

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With very close proximity to the great palaces, Kanak Ghati is definitely a place to visit for a serene experience and the feel of Jaipur. The pools and fountains at the Ghati make sure the beauty of the Ghati remains extraordinary, and everyone in the family enjoys the getaway as much. As Jaipur is widely called, the Chotti Kashi, for the number of temples that it houses, Kanak Ghati adds another exciting layer of holiness and fun to the city of Jaipur.

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Kanak Ghati is a perfect full day escape from the hustle and bustle of daily lives we are so caught up in, the surrounding of Kanak Ghati make it the absolute serene garden in the city of Jaipur. The Ghati has a picturesque view of the great Aravalis and lies just below the valley of Nahargarh, there is certainly no other place with a view and location like this, in the entire world.

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Gallops 2019 Held In Rajasthan

The one of a kind event ‘Gallops’ was held in Rajasthan from 2nd to 9th March 2019, this is the first time that India was chosen as the destination for Gallops. The event had 70 participants from a whopping 14 different nations. The event was for both professional and amateur horse riders.

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Marwari horses sure have a fanbase around the world, they were one of the major reasons for Gallops to be held in Rajasthan.

The earlier editions of Gallops were held in, 2018 in Morocco, and 2014 in Oman. India’s was the third edition.

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The passion of horse riders was tested in the 7-day event which had a travel distance of over 200kms on horses. The Marwadi Horses were chosen for being hot-blooded and fierce which made them ideal for the exemplary difficult ride.

The participants loved meeting the locals of Shekhawati and claimed it to be the best Gallops they have attended, the chief participants were former Miss France Camille Cerf and the 93-year-old Phillipe Perrier of France.

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The event was a huge success and the horses proved their mettle in the ride. Each day, a huge 40kms were covered with a meagre 30mins lunch break. While the extraordinary ride was difficult for the riders, it was much more difficult for the horses.

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The over 200 km ride began from Mandawa and covered Alsisar, Mahendar, Bika Ki Dhani and Fatehpur and concluded at Mandawa.

The event concluded with a friendly polo match and the participants were as satisfied as they have never been.

 

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Plant a tree, Be a part of the Living Tribute

“Blessed is the man who plants a tree knowing he will not be there to enjoy its shade.” 

As a tribute to our soldiers who were martyred during Pulwama attack in Jammu Kashmir, Srishti Foundation has organized  ‘Tree Plantation’ on 14th March, 2019 in Jaipur’s Ramniwas Garden.

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The Shrishti Foundation focused on reducing the pollution from the planet by planting trees in and around Jaipur. We are honoured by this gesture to memorialize the martyrs as 40 trees will be planted to honour them. Each tree will be planted along with the martyr’s name and will always remind us of their sacrifice for India and its citizens.

The program is aimed at motivating the youth of our nation for both patriotism and environmental safety. 

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Join Srishti and inspire others to plant some trees by your own hands, for the soldiers who lost their lives fighting to protect the people from terrorists.

The program details are as follows:

Venue: Ramnivas Bagh, Jaipur
Location: Opposite Union Football Club Ground
Date: 14th March 2019
Timings: 11.00 am to 12:00 pm

 

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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.