Talking about JLF (Jaipur Literature Festival)
The Jaipur Literature Festival is back again to the pink city with the same cultural fervor starting from March 5 to March 15, 2022, with its all-new 15th edition. The ceremony, which put Jaipur on the world map and book events, was held in 2021 due to Covid restrictions. It draws 10 million viewers from all over the world. With an event that receives about 400,000 annual histories and is called ‘Maha Kumbh Books’, these are amazing changes. Many visitors who buy delegates’ daily or five-day tickets, which include certain benefits such as food and drink, access to the speaker’s lounge, special dinners, and music events, in the past demanded free admission with limited numbers. Diggi Palace, the place from which JLF was born, is becoming more and more crowded, where even speakers find it difficult to get to various halls and tents.
Most Exciting Fairs and Festival in Jaipur To Be a Part Of –
Jaipur has been called the “Pink City” of India. The word itself impresses the senses with color. Honestly speaking, every day in Jaipur is a festival and you can celebrate it. The pink city is famous for its rich culture and annual festivals. Many Jaipur festivals and exhibitions bring visitors to celebrate, no matter where they live. Exciting shows are held and various festivals are celebrated throughout the year. Some of the major festivals such as Diwali, Teej, Gangaur, Camel Festival, Kite Festival, and Elephant Festival can be enjoyed to be in the royal land.
- Teej festival – This is the second wedding anniversary celebration. It has religious significance and is celebrated by women. Various rituals were performed at the ceremony to enhance life. Even virgins celebrate it for their husbands. On this day you can hear traditional songs on “Teej Mata”.
- Elephant festival – This is one of the most popular and most visited shows. On this day you can see these big animals playing, dancing and doing many activities as instructed by their bosses. Their bodies are painted and they play tournaments- Tug of war. But painting is now banned; however, their masters paint their giants with a removable natural color.
- The International kite festival – In the time of Makar Sankranti, you can see the sky full of kites only. January 14 The Sun enters the Uttarayan region this holds the religious significance of the people of Rajasthan. No matter what religion you belong to, you can see the whole city enjoying a festival. The international kite competition is held for three days and the winner receives a prize every year.
- Jaipur Dussehra festival – This Hindu festival is one of the most celebrated festivals throughout India. Dussehra Festival in Jaipur has its significance and significance. You can watch the burning of the dummies of the demon king Ravana. Other major festivals held at these venues are Dussehra Maidan, Adarsh Nagar, Vidhyadhar Nagar Stadium, and Ramleela Maidan.
What’s more than to explore on Jaipur Tour?
Jaipur Tourism has something to offer everyone; a colorful melange of castles and palaces to feel the royal joy. Colorful markets and bustling streets are full of life for those who want to explore the local life of Jaipur. Wildlife activities and adventure to dance with joy and happiness and a repository of holy temples for those who seek spiritual comfort and joy.
Besides exploring the top destinations you can explore the places to visit in Jaipur like the majestic Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, and Hawa Mahal, you can also enjoy delicious Rajasthani food and shop in its beautiful markets. Market places like Johari Bazar, Bapu Bazar, and MI Road are lined with embroidered leather shoes, handicrafts, blue pottery, camel leather products, shiny ties and dye scarves, and jazzy handmade garments. You can immerse yourself in the Rajasthani kaleidoscopic culture celebrating local festivals such as Dhulandi, Teej, and Gangaur.
- Amber fort – The famous Amber Fort is seven-hundred-year-old Rajputana castle built about 11 miles from Jaipur. The fortress is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the wonders of India’s finest architecture.
- Nahargarh fort – Nahargarh Fort was built within the Aravalli Hills to fortify the royal residence of the Rajput warriors, the Amber Palace. This magnificent building overlooks the beautiful city of Jaipur and offers breathtaking views. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734 as the palace of kings and queens.
- City palace – Located in the heart of the old city, City Palace, has beautiful courtyards, gardens, cenotaphs, and royal buildings. It was devised and developed by the founder of Jaipur, Rajput King Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, and extended by later rulers.
- Hawa Mahal – Located in the famous Jaipur building, Hawa Mahal is a 200-year-old monument in the center of the city. Famous for its unique beehive design and Indo-Islamic architecture, the five-story palace has 953 lattice windows.
- Chokhi Dhani – Chokhi Dhani is a Rajasthani-based resort located 28 kilometers from the city. It was established in 1989 to provide an overview of rural life and the authentic life of Rajasthani for tourists. The resort has mud huts adorned with ethnic paintings, Rajasthani artists singing and dancing to entertain, and authentic Rajasthani food.
- Jal Mahal – Located 4 km from Jaipur, Jal Mahal is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. Built in 1750 by Maharaja Madho Singh as a lodging and hunting lodge. The five-story palace complex is located in the middle of an artificial lake known as Man Sagar Lake.
- Johari Bazaar– Jaipur is a Rajasthan business center, famous for its handicrafts and traditional products. Johari Bazaar is an old and colorful market in Jaipur, close to Hawa Mahal. Consumer paradise that offers healthy handmade products, refined local food, and Kundan premium quality premium jewelry.
This blog is all about the best fest in Jaipur which is the Jaipur literature festival 2022 with other amazing places to visit. It is amazing as always. It is like a place full of books and color and one of the most creative places. Moreover, the fair and festivals which are best known here as the kite festival, elephant festival, Teej festival and a lot more to relish in Jaipur Tour for 3 days.