Make Your Weekend Special In Jaipur

28 03 2018

Happiness is a three day weekend and what doubles up the happiness? A four day weekend. This year, there are about 12 long weekends and speciality of this 4 day extended weekend is that the city of Jaipur is in a festive mode. Join us on this joyful ride of happiness where the entire city is prepped up for a grand celebration.

  1. Rajasthan Day

Marking its 69th anniversary, Rajasthan is celebrating Rajasthan Day on the 30th March and Jaipurites can’t hold up their excitement. A three day festival starting from 28th March, where you will get to see not only cultural and traditional performances by the local artists but will also get to experience musical performance by the musical trio- Shankar Ehsan Loy at Albert Hall.

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  1. Two breaks in a row

Who else is excited for a 2 day break in a row and that too when the entire city is in celebration mode? Now you can attend the ongoing Rajasthan Day Festival because Mahavir Janyanti and Good Friday are here back to back. No need to bunk your college or work because you have all the right reasons to attend this festival with no fear. Make the best use of your time and make it to thew long pending Nahargarh Fort this time.

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  1. Ideal stay

Came to the beautiful city of Jaipur and are looking for an ideal location far from the hubbub of the city? Experience an unparalleled blend of nature with contemporary design where peace and tranquillity prevails only at Devraj Niwas, Jaipur. Located at an ideal distance of 5 min drive from the main bus stand and the main market not being far away from the nature’s retreat, Devraj Niwas is an ideal location to stay at.

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Wait no more, if not in the city of Jaipur yet, plan it now and make your extended weekend a memorable one.

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Diwali in Jaipur

9 11 2015

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One of the most awaited and the biggest festivals of the year is here with a bang! Diwali is the happy occasion of decorating homes with diyas, bursting crackers, having family get-togethers and feasting on scrumptious delicacies. If staying home isn’t your thing then plan a trip to Jaipur and get into true Diwali spirit.

Much of the splendor of Diwali comes from the warm radiance of earthen lamps and lights that ornament homes, streets and shops. And the Pink City, where the festival is celebrated in a grand way, is one of the best places to experience it. Not just households or buildings are adorned with lights, but all markets are decked up. The illuminated markets flood with fine-looking handicrafts and traditional clothes and jootis. Every year, there’s a competition for the most brilliantly lit up and the best-decorated market, and the government foots the electricity bill.  A mesmerizing show of constant stream of fireworks all around in the city attracts visitors from all over the country.

For the best experience, make sure you stay in the heart of the city. At a short distance from the central railway station and bus stand, Devraj Niwas is a splendid boutique hotel. The hotel offers spacious, spotlessly clean rooms at an affordable price. The highlight of the property is the huge green cover which makes it a peaceful oasis in the middle of the bustling city. Its restaurant is lovely at night when it is illuminated with alluring lights.

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Experience the Jaipur like Never Before at ‘Jaipur by Nite’ 2014

Best Hotel in Jaipur, near Railway Station





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.

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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





Diwali Celebration Invitation

20 10 2014

People usually prefer to celebrate Diwali at home with their dear-ones and neighbors. We believe, you should try something different this Diwali. Think of taking a trip with your friends and family at some great destination where you can enjoy your Diwali vacations best, and turn happy moments of festivity into the best memories of life.

Diwali celebration Invite
For an extraordinary Diwali experience, you must take off for Jaipur that celebrates Diwali in its own fashion. You all know how beautiful the city is, but it becomes even more pretty and looks stunner during the Diwali with a lovely lighting and constant stream of fireworks all around. There is palpable rush and excitement around the city. Experiencing Diwali in Jaipur is one of the most magical feelings ever, where not just the buildings and homes are illuminated with a warm glow of lights but the streets, shops and local markets as well. The entire city is draped with brightly lit lights making it an extravagant spectacle for the onlookers.

And if you are shopaholic than there is no better place than being in the pink town! Get lost in its local decorated markets selling out some really good traditional dresses, handicrafts, jewellery, and other gift items that you can even take back home. You will also find earthen lamps in more than 200 different varieties. The city is not that hot during this diwali time so you can enjoy the climate here while you shop at some of its popular local bazaars, like Bapu bazaar and Johri bazaar. There is no shortage of malls too. 🙂

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Not just this, city also hosts Sufi nights, Comedy Nights and a theater festival this time. Jaipur is a culturally vibrant city and this festival of light & crackers puts vivacious colors to its culture. Globally known for its unique Diwali celebrations, thousands of foreign and indigenous tourists joins Jaipur citizens during this time. You are also invited to join Jaipurites in Diwali celebrations. 🙂

For the best experience, make sure you stay at Devraj Niwas, Jaipur, an idyllic and nature friendly boutique hotel. Located in close proximity from Central Jaipur Railway Station and Bus-stand, the hotel offers a comfortable accommodation with an indoor pool, in-house bar and restaurant. Our luxuriously appointed rooms come equipped with every conceivable comfort in order to meet your travel-needs best.

Check out the images of Devraj Niwas, Jaipur –

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Devraj Niwas Jaipur
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For Enquiry-
Address: Khasa Kothi Circle, Jaipur.
Contact:+91-90012-77333, +91-141-2200550, +91-141-2200660








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