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Seasonal Fruit Nutrition: You should not miss on!

Mahatma Gandhi rightly said, “It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.” This saying stands so true especially in these times of Covid-19 for ‘jaan hai toh jahan hai’! And thankfully, we Jaipurities are blessed for Jaipur has a bundle of local fruits available that are high on nutrition and vitamins and a great way to boost up your immunity; thus, letting you fight all kinds of viruses. Jaipur is also called ‘Gulaabi Nagari’ for all the good reasons. It is a city that is home to fruits of all colours, thus making our refrigerators and plates colourful.

Ever wondered why doctors and nutritionists always insist on eating seasonal fruits and vegetables? We at Jaipur Beat bring to you the fruitilicious nutrition you should munch on and can locally source in the Pink City – Jaipur! In this blog, we tell you the local fruits you should grab on from the city and why:

  • Mangoes: Widely known as the ‘king’ of fruits; mango is the king in terms of the health benefits it offers too. Starting from prevention to serious illness like cancer and anaemia; mangoes aid in weight loss, help in building the immune system and are a rich source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6 and other B Vitamins, Potassium, Magnesium, Copper and healthy fibre.

 

  • Muskmelons: This potassium-rich fruit is widely available in the streets of Jaipur and is good for eyesight, is packed with skin-friendly collagen, it also improves hair growth, regulates blood pressure, promotes digestion and is a good source of Vitamin A and C – enough to support your bodies daily requirements.

 

  • Jamun (Blackberries): Rich source of iron and Vitamin C, Pink City thellas (stalls) are filled with these sweet and sour delicacies. This tasty summer fruit replenishes your body with high energy levels and is an excellent source of carbohydrates, protein, magnesium, potassium and few phytochemicals. Ayurveda strongly recommends this berry for treating various conditions related to heart, arthritis, asthma, stomach pain, bowel spasm, flatulence and dysentery.

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  • Phalse (Falsa): Tangy and sweet in taste phalsa (falsa or Grewia Asiatica), when eaten with a little salt and black pepper or in the form of juice, acts as a natural cooling agent for our bodies. This fruit helps in treating pain, diarrhoea, rheumatism, and arthritis. It also relieves vaginal burning and other urinary troubles has an antibiotic effect and relieves skin inflammations. Luckily available in Jaipur, consume it at least once a week.

 

  • Bel (Wood Apple): This sweet aromatic natural healing fruit is again locally available in Jaipur during summers and makes for a great juicy retreat. A boaster for your digestion, bel helps in preventing and curing several stomach ailments like constipation, diarrhoea, indigestion, ulcer, piles. It is also a natural detoxifying agent and thus, prevents kidney and liver dysfunctions.

 

  • Coconut water: It is like having 5 medicines or just one coconut water – that’s the strength it holds. With very little fat and 90% water, coconut water is supremely rich in magnesium, potassium, manganese, sodium, vitamin C, protein and fibre too. So after a sweaty day, if you wish to rehydrate, have chilled coconut water (place it in the fridge in the morning and have it by evening) to reduce your anxieties and stress.

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  • Litchis: Primarily composed of water and carbs, litchis are super juicy-licious and a great way to tantalize your taste buds. Summer is at its peak and having a bunch of these cool summer fruit is the best way to deal with the heat. Litchi like other citrus fruits is a good source of vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, potassium and copper.

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All these summery fruits are very watery in nature in order to keep our bodies rejuvenated and hydrated in this scorching heat. Apart from this, eating food out of season makes little sense economically, environmentally, nutritionally and you are also benefiting the society in large especially local farmers whose livelihoods depend on the local produce they do. Thus, phal khao, sehat banao aur garmi se raahat pao!

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All you Need to Know About the New Rules for Flyers | Jaipur Beat

India resumes domestic flights from May 25 after 2-month hiatus due to Covid-19. You might have a lot of questions about the new rules. What time should we reach the airport? How much luggage should we carry? Can we carry our own food?
All the above questions might have crossed your mind and so we have listed down all the
answers/ queries that will guide you on dos and don’ts as you embark on a flight.

Primary rules you need to follow

Wearing a mask and gloves at the airport and during air travel is mandatory. You cannot miss on that otherwise you won’t be allowed to travel. Passengers will have to undergo thermal screening and those who are showing no symptoms of coronavirus will be allowed to travel. Also, every passenger must install Arogya Setu app.

Self-monitor after travel

After you reach your destination you are advised to self-monitor your health for 14 days and in case you start to develop any symptoms of coronavirus you need to inform the district surveillance officer. If you are found with any symptoms you will be isolated and those who have moderate or severe symptoms will be admitted to dedicated COVID Health facilities. The ones with mild symptoms will be given the option of home isolation or isolate in the COVID Care Centre.

After Exiting from the Airport

Passengers should use the authorized taxi and are advised to follow social distancing. You should adhere to the guidelines prescribed by the State/UT government.

New Protocol to be followed in the aircraft

Passengers will have to minimize face to face interaction and any non-essential movement in the aisle will not be allowed. No meal service, newspaper magazine will be available inside the aircraft except for the water bottle.

Boarding rules you need to follow

Passengers will be provided with the safety kit by the airlines and are advised to pay attention to the boarding announcements. You will have to self-scan the e-boarding pass and will have to show an ID card to the airline staff at the boarding gate.

Web Check-in

Passengers should do a web check-in, should obtain a boarding pass online and download baggage tag.

Time to reach the airport

Passengers should reach the airport 2 hours before the departure and only those passengers will be allowed to enter the terminal whose flights are within 4 hours.

Number of bags/suitcases

Only one check-in bag and one cabin bag will be allowed and the use of baggage trolleys has to be minimized.

Getting to the airport

Personal vehicles are allowed inside the airport premises; however, only selected cabs will be allowed to take passengers and staff to and from the airport.

Have a safe flight!

Healthy Living · Jaipur

5 Breakfast ideas to kick start your day in a healthy way | Jaipur Beat

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Staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic is boring and challenging for everyone, and the increased anxiety can cause people to abandon their healthy eating intentions resulting in junk snacking on whatever is around.

So this is also the time when instead of gorging on comfort food, eating a balanced and varied diet will help you develop more immune power to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. With a little thought and planning, you can continue to make good food choices and maybe even boost your mood and immunity.

The most important meal of the day is eating ‘breakfast like a king’. Breakfast helps to jumpstart your metabolism. Try to eat healthy carbs which digest slowly and make you feel full for a longer time – include whole grain, beans, vegetables.
Must include fruit and vegetable intake along with traditional food like – dhokla, moong ka chilla, millets, idli or dosa, can be consumed wherein the ingredients will also be available at home.
We belive that this is the most important time to eat healthy and stay healthy, Jaipur Beat brings you some healthy options to kick start your morning a healthy way-
Nuts- Nuts are high in fat, low in carbs, and a great source of several nutrients, including vitamin E, magnesium, and selenium and are loaded with antioxidents. The best part is Nuts have been shown to promote weight loss rather than contribute to weight gain.
As long as you eat them in moderation, nuts make for a tasty addition to a healthy and balanced diet.
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Wheat Pasta- To have a healthy breakfast doesn’t mean to have a boring one. The die hard pasta fans can have wheat pasta instead of white pasta as the white one is made of refined carbs, meaning it has been stripped of many nutrients during its processing. Just add some bell peppers and broccoli to make it more tasty. 
After eating this, we bet you will ditch the rich cheesy pasta available in cafes’.
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Poha 
One of the healthiest Indian breakfast, Poha is a wholesome meal and also a good source of carbohydrates and iron, rich in fibre, and full of essential vitamins. We are missing all those Poha thelas in different parts of our city but this dish is certainly something which can be prepared easily by every one at home.
Make it more appealing by adding chopped onion, tomotoa, pomegranate and coriander leaves.

 

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Bread Breakfast- Start your day with ultimate bread breakfast.  There are many ways to create healthier breakfast sandwiches that still include the carbs you crave, but are piled high with veggies, and healthy fats. This delicious, easily breakfast recipe is perfect for a busy family, where you just can’t go wrong! Though White bread is good too but it simply misses out the goodness of brown or whole wheat bread.

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Sprouts Salad– Add these tiny balls of nutrition to your breakfast. The best part is they are easy and cheap to grow and, and thus offer additional environmental benefits by avoiding pesticides and type of food additives.

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Last but not the least is to add some portion of fruits or fruit juices with your breakfast.
Tip- Eat everything in moderate amounts. 
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Summary– A healthy breakfast is important, especially because it is supposed to keep you energised till lunch time. It also boosts your metabolism and keeps your blood sugar levels stable.
Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy!
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A New Sensational Resto Bar and Lounge in The Town | Jaipur Beat

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Valentines’ Day is right here and you’re still unsure of your plans? Well, we got you sorted as we have something new to introduce. Yes, another Booz hub in the town!

Jaipur’s coolest city bar BEERLICIOUS needs no introduction and is one place that has never left you disappointed. It has got one more address now- Beerlicious CentralBeerlicious Central at Okay Plus Tower, MI Road.

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We can’t wait to cover this newly opened Beer Lounge and share it with you all beer lovers. Here we go!

Comforting Ambience

Offering a contemporary feel and quite soothing and welcoming vibe this place feels like somewhere you can think to plan to spend some rocking time with your gang. It has indoor seating, outdoor seating and rooftop with a spectacular view of the Pink City and revolving tower at the front.

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Rooftop of Beerlicious

Well, the interiors of the place have been done very tastefully and designed in an enduring way that brings in expertise and makes you comfortable at the same time.

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The wooden wall of the indoor area has a quirky beer frame and the other side gives you the view of the outside area. The outdoor area gives a pleasant view and captures the essentials of the Pink city and is mystical at night adding up to your happy hour.

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Savoury Dishes

They have quite an interesting menu that covers up everything from Indian fusion, Continental, Italian, Pan Asian Starters and what not. They even have Continental Mexican Italian from around the world from which we tried Chicken Roulade and believe us it was damn good. It had chicken rolled with cheese, spinach, mashed potatoes served with garlic sauce.

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Chicken Roulade

Tagliatelle Polo Fungi Pasta is another dish we tried which was creamy enough to make you fall in love with it in the first bite. For those who don’t know tagliatelle is pasta variety which was cooked with mushrooms in a cream sauce served with garlic bread.

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Tagliatelle Polo Fungi Pasta

And lastly, we had Egg Benedict which is an American breakfast that consists of eggs, English muffin and hollandaise sauce. All in all, we liked all the three dishes and so we are pretty sure their rest of the menu must be delicious too. We have to leave some stuff for our next visit too 🙂

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Egg Benedict

So people here’s another addition to the top resto-bars in Jaipur that looks promising in food, party and great hospitality. Go ahead and treat yourself to fusion food, crazy drinks, good music and the most romantic view.

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Call your gang along to celebrate this Valentine’s Day in an all-new Beerlicious Central and make it a weekend to remember.

Happy Valentine’s Day!!

If you have been to this place already or planning it soon, do share your reviews with us!

Opening Hours- 4pm- 2pm

Location- Beerlicious Central

10th Floor, Okay Plus Tower, MI Road

 

Request a meeting with us for your brand/event promotion. Write to jaipubeat@gmail.com 

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Celebrate World Food Day with Feeding Hands!

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” Mother Teresa

Today is World Food Day!

When we talk about food, we end up thinking about the food that we love, the delicacies we cherish, the cuisines we find delectable to relish but how often do we think about the Food that helps to fight hunger to the less privileged?

We all are very well aware that access to adequate and nutritious food remains a challenge for many. But there are a few good souls who walked the extra mile to feed those in need.

Today, on World Food Day, Jaipur Beat decided to meet the men behind the ‘Feeding Hands’ – an initiative to feed the underprivileged in Jaipur.

These gentlemen are no celebrity or a public icon, but shining stars with a promise to provide sufficient food to the less privileged people so that none sleeps empty stomach.

We went to meet Mr Timmi Soni and Mr Yogesh Narula, the flag bearer of the initiative but they are not alone. 14 more compassionate people are backing them up in this noble mission.

Here goes the conversation with Mr Timmi Soni and Mr Yogesh Narula of Jaipur-

JAIPUR BEAT – Tell us about the beginning of Feeding Hands 

Feeding Hands- “It started with my father, Iqbal Soni, (Father of Timmi Soni ) on 12th January 2018,  who used to occasionally donate food to widows.

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On his birthday, we decided that we could do something similar to what Annapurna vans in Jaipur were doing. Hence, I decided to visit one of their vans at SMS Hospital. After I spoke to the boy who was selling meals there for Rs. 8, I realized that not many people can afford even those 8 rupees. It was then that I knew I had to adopt one of their vans and start donating food. I found it difficult to cook and arrange and then look for people to feed. The idea was germinated to adapt an Annapurna Van for 365 days.

About Annapurna Vans– An initiative by the Rajasthan Government, Annapurna Vans are the mobile kitchens that serve food at nominal prices in food trucks parked in different areas of the city . These Vans maintain the quality, quantity, and cleanliness while preparing the food.

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Jaipur Beat– Who was your greatest support while establishing Feeding Hands?

Feeding Hands– Our greatest supports are the people around us, our contributors and sponsors. Without their support, we wouldn’t have been able to continue for longer.

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Birthday Celebration by one of the donors

Jaipur BeatHow do you receive support in terms of people, finances, etc.?

Feeding Hands- “Initially it felt difficult, rather impossible. Contributing 6300 rupees out of your pocket daily isn’t easy. However, we valiantly decided to give it our best. We started speaking with friends and were gradually able to attract people into giving us funds. Sometimes, people drop out, but we always find someone new who is willing to donate”. We are receiving donations as high as 3 Lacs to as low as Rs 10 as well. These people gave us confidence. There are people from Jodhpur, Bhopal and other parts of the country who are contributing to the cause.

Jaipur Beat- Tell us about the challenges that you’ve faced while establishing Feeding Hands?

Feeding Hands- The biggest challenge was to create a situation where people cultivated good habits like washing their hands before eating, not wasting food and more importantly not smoking around it.  If we find someone wasting the food, we charge the full amount from that person. Secondly, sometimes sponsors can be a bit unsure about whether or not the money is going into the right hands.  Every day at Gate no. 5 SMS hospital 7 am morning till 8 pm, 300 breakfast and 350 lunch and dinner meals are distributed. The initiative is so transparent that anyone can go and check how the funds are being utilized. Thirdly, finding the time to juggle between our own separate jobs and Feeding Hands was tough initially.

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Jaipur Beat-  365 days without a miss? How did you make this happen?

Feeding Hands– On special occasions like Holi & Diwali when the Van is not available, we still make it by alternative sources. We get the food from Dhabas or restaurants and sometimes even prepare at our homes. The contributions come from various sources, from family, from friends and acquaintances so that no one sleeps hungry. We ask donors to contribute sweets on the occasion of Diwali as well.

Jaipur Beat- What are your plans for Feeding Hands’ future growth or change?

Feeding Hands-  We want to have our own Vans.  Apart from that, we want to create awareness among households. If they contribute the leftover chappatis to our cause of wasting zero food, there would be a day when no one in Jaipur will sleep empty stomach.” Right now we are focused on that no van should be closed.

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Jaipur Beat urges you to mark this Food day differently and come forward to support the noble cause of feeding the hungry by contributing to the service of the underprivileged.

All you have to do is –

Join “Feeding Hands” and contribute for feeding the less privileged people, daily feeding 900 persons FREE at SMS Hospital Jaipur.

They serve 900 meals per day at a cost of 6300/-

To be part of the initiative, you can sponsor-

300 breakfast @ Rs 5/- each Rs 1500
 350 lunch @Rs 8/- each Rs 2800/-
 250 dinner @ Rs 8/- each Rs 2000/-

Also, one can celebrate Birthdays and Anniversaries or remember your loved ones by feeding the less privileged. If you want to donate, find the details for giving your contributions-

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Let’s take a pledge that no one sleeps hungry!

For further details, please contact-

  1. Yogesh Narula 9829062103
  2. Pankaj Jain 9829066111
  3. Timmi Soni 9828015867

Follow their Facebook Page- https://www.facebook.com/feedinghand/

Best Beauty Salons · Fashion Beat · Jaipur · Jaipur Fashion

Jaipur’s Luxury Salon Sizzlin Scizzors celebrates its 4th anniversary!

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As Jaipur’s premium health and beauty salon Sizzlin Scizzors turns 4, let’s take you along on a brand’s journey because we believe anniversaries are always special.

The first membership-based, full-service salon in Jaipur, celebrates its fourth anniversary this month. Since the salon’s founding on September 2nd 2015, Scizzlin Scizzors has delivered exceptional service with unparalleled quality for clients to look their best every day. 

Founded by Mrs Deepali Chugh and Mr Vaneesh Chugh, within a short span of time, it became the most favourite Salon and grew to open three branches in Jaipur. Professionalism and dedication today makes it to the topmost salons in Jaipur. Not just for Jaipurites, but over 500 B-Town celebrities have visited Sizzlin Scizzors so far which makes it favourite salon of Bollywood. 

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 Sizzlin Scizzors has flourished over these years and for the records, with their highly trained stylists & makeup artists and with the best aura & ambience they have served over 2,50,000 clients. 

Sizzlin Scissors has fostered successful partnerships with exceptional makeup and product lines, such as renowned hair and cosmetics company. Besides that, they work exclusively with various international beauty, skincare and haircare brands to give their best service to its clients.

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Sizzlin Scizzors has become a go-to salon for brides-to-be. Specializing in weddings, the salon is at the forefront of wedding beauty and style.
You can count on them to create the perfect look to delight you and your bridal party on your wedding day with their pampering signature service. Over 8,000 bridal makeups have been done by their professional makeup artists. They have even collaborated with over 250 national and international brands and have been a part of over 1,200 National & International events.
 

Now you know why it’s the most talked salon of Jaipur.

We wish a very happy 4th anniversary to Pink City’s celebrity salon that serves all your grooming and beauty needs with top-notch service. 

Address-

Location- Plot no. 16, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar
Contact Details –  0141 491 7006

E-mail: mail@sizzlinscizzors.com

 

 

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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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Art · Design School · Jaipur · Jaipur Beat

Vogue to the Traditional City of Jaipur: Pearl Academy Architecture Adding Modernity

Jaipur is one of India’s most sought-after tourist destinations for a wide range of reasons and the most prominent reason is its wondrous architecture, be it Hawa Mahal, Unesco site Amer, Jantar Mantar, Chand Bawdi step well and many more. From travellers to locals, we all have seen these beauties and that really makes us proud of our heritage. But many are unaware that even modern architecture are adding to the architectural beauty, one of them is Pearl AcademyA Premium Institute for Design, Fashion & Media and Business. The city of Jaipur has a desert climate with average temperatures ranging from 30 to 50 ̊C through most of the year, the building of Pearl Academy is designed in response to the excessive heat. This concept is inspired by Indo-Islamic architectural elements. The students who are interested in fashion, design or media can visit the campus that has garnered global recognition to Jaipur.

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The Pink City is famous for its heritage and Pearl Academy Jaipur adds a pinch of modernity to it. Let’s check out a few facts about this modern architecture.

  1. The Pearl Academy Jaipur is double layered which acts as a vacuum from its surrounding and reduces direct heat through the porthole. The Jaali element adds traditional touch as well as allows light and air.
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  1. The building has a tremendous architecture consisting of step wells. These water bodies are filled using recycled water from the sewage treatment plant. In night hours, this helps in diminishing heat from the surrounding to keep the area thermally comfortable.Screen Shot 2019-05-27 at 11.52.27 AM copy.jpg
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  1. Fewer are those who do not forget to fulfil their social obligations, the Pearl Academy Jaipur is exemplary. The institute is wholly self-sufficient in terms of captive power and water supply. It promotes rainwater harvesting and wastewater recycling, using sewage treatment plant.

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Awards & Recognition

Not to miss that the institute is Recognised as the 2nd best private institute for Fashion Design by India Today for the past three consecutive years.

Also, awarded the ‘Best Learning Building’ at the World Architecture Festival Award (Barcelona, 2009).

How many of these did you know this?
For more information, please visit :
www.pearlacademy.com
Jaipur Campus
SP-38A, RIICO Industrial Area, Delhi
Road, Kukas, Jaipur – 302028.
Tel. No. : 01426 – 414800 / 9680030842

 

Bollywood · Cricket · Jaipur · Jaipur Beat · Politics

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.