Jaipur Celebrates Three-Day Kite Festival

12 01 2015

Thousands of spectacularly colorful kites are soaring high the clear blue sky of Jaipur, giving the impression as if the whole world has come together to make merriment and put more colors to the most vibrant city of Rajasthan. Jaipur celebrates every festival in its own style and Makar-Sankranti is no exception to it. However, the festival of kite-flying is celebrated across the country, but the enthusiasm with which Pink City celebrates it is hard to find anywhere else.

Jaipur Kite Festival 2015
Skyline is creating a riot of colors as the traditional three-day Kite Festival, organized by the Rajasthan Tourism Department kicks off today at City Palace, Jaipur. This festival is taking place on the terrace of the historic Sarvatobhadra Chowk, where both, domestic and foreign tourists can enjoy not only kite-flying, but also traditional delicacies, such as ‘Daal Ke Pakore’ and ‘Til Ke Ladu’.

So if you also want to experience the extravaganzas of the Kite Festival of Jaipur, pack your bags and fly down to the Pink City. For a luxurious accommodation, check in at the Devraj Niwas, Jaipur located just half kilometer away from main Jaipur Railway Station and one km from main bus-stand. Basked in the beauty of nature and surrounded by uninterrupted tranquility, the hotel offers all modern conveniences to ensure you enjoy a cozy stay in Jaipur.

Check out the images of the Devraj Niwas, Jaipur :

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Jaipur Kite Festival 2015
Jaipur Kite Festival 2015

To book your address –
Devraj Niwas,Jaipur
Address: Khasa Kothi Circle, Jaipur.
Contact:+91-90012-77333, +91-141-2200550, +91-141-2200660

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