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Sheetla Mata Fair, 2014

April 10, 2014 // 0 Comments

Celebrations and merriments boast an extraordinary temptation for the inhabitants of Rajasthan. Also, in the vibrant state of Rajasthan one can come across the locals who try to find immeasurable reasons to rejoice and have fun in the form of diverse bright festivals. Every region of Rajasthan has its individual festival. The Seel-Ki-Doongri [...]

The Grand Gangaur parade in Pink city

April 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

Even though, Rajasthan is the driest and most arid state of India, when it comes to absolute shade and liveliness, the state stands out than any other. Also, Rajasthan is best observed in all its vibrant shades at the time of Gangaur, the spring festival devoted to the divinity of profusion, Gauri (Parvati). Gangaur is a chiefly a women-focused [...]

Gangaur Festival 2014 in Rajasthan

April 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

Rajasthan endows its populace with a vivid concoction of celebrations and festivals all around the year. Similar to other festivals in India, the carnivals in Rajasthan are pulsating and joyful. The Gangaur Festival in Rajasthan is one of the popular amongst the locals as well as the voyagers. Planned to be celebrated across Rajasthan on April 2nd [...]

Iconic Lord Shiva Shrines in Rajjasthan

March 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

Maha Shivratri Celebrations all over Rajasthan!! Hindus all around the nation celebrated the most fortunate festival of Maha Shivratri on Febraury 27th 2014. All devotees of Deity Shiva all over the nation had observed fasting and will visited Lord Shiva’s shrine to offer their unique prayers on his divine feet. Devotees also offered special [...]

Sneak a quick look on Rajasthan, 2013

March 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

The prosperous year of 2013 commenced with agreeable winters where the Jaipur, the Pink City of Rajasthan hanged for the “Annual Times Food Awards” that endowed the locals, visitors and voyagers with a superb channel of finest eating areas of all food types and area of expertise in Pink city. Regardless of continental or traditional, a theme [...]

Glittering Deepotsav in Pink city!

January 18, 2014 // 0 Comments

Almost not even a week passes without some type of occasion or celebration in the state of Rajasthan. Starting from spiritual congregations to the giant elephant festivals, Rajasthani calendar brims over with unique days!! This means the Rajasthanis are pampered with options and finds a way to enjoy and gather. Yet again, it is that moment of the [...]

Makar Sakranti Festivities in Rajasthan

January 14, 2014 // 0 Comments

In essence, Makar Sankaranthi is a Hindu festival. Makar sankranthi is celebrated to mark the conclusion of the cold winter months with the shift of sun to the Northern hemisphere. This is the season of the year when skies get clear and the puff of air seems enjoyable thus making everyone remain in an ecstatic frame of mind. On the fortunate [...]

Exclusive Dance and Music forms of vivacious Rajasthan

July 9, 2013 // 0 Comments

The extraordinary music & dance forms of Rajasthan are basic elements of the vivid state’s existence. Along with a vastly sophisticated society that bears on a complicated existence, the people of Rajasthan maintain their spirits animate by singing rhythmic songs and dancing decidedly energetic gestures. The gleaming burst of colors and the [...]

The Statues and Portraits of Rajasthan – A Treasure to cherish!!

July 9, 2013 // 0 Comments

The prosperous tradition of Rajasthan is obvious in its inimitable art & culture. The patterned Havelis, metaphorical fortresses and sophisticatedly engraved temples, the architectural prettiness of citadels and fortresses are the symbols of extraordinary skills of the architects. Alternatively, the multihued fairs and festivals of Rajasthan with [...]

Exotic Culinary Wonder of Rajasthan

June 26, 2013 // 0 Comments

Rajasthan, the barren region is not only renowned for its architectural splendor, dreamy palaces and multihued people but also admired for its exclusive, spicy and assorted culinary. For the imperial Rajputs, one of the principal groups of people of Rajasthan, a meal or a feast is never complete without meat varieties such as lip smacking dishes [...]