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Jaipur, popularly referred to as the Pink City, is immensely famous for its diversified fairs and festivals it rejoices throughout the year . Every region of Rajasthan has its own form of folk entertainment, songs, traditions, dressing sense, etc. which shows the true Indian diversity. Also, the people of Rajasthan are well known for their warm welcome, delicacies, traditional attires, culture and rituals. Irrespective of caste and creed, people come together and enjoy the festivals and fairs held in the state. In the capital city of Rajasthan, festivals such as Teej, Diwali, Gangaur, Kite Festival, Elephant Festival, Camel Festival, etc. are celebrated with great zeal and joy. 

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Kite festival

Adore kite flying? Don’t miss out the kite festival at Jaipur held on 14th January every year.

Without any doubt, it is the best place to be for all kite-lovers. The pink city looks even more colourful as kites take over the sky. Also referred as makarr sankranti the festival indicates the farmers that the sun is back and that harvest season is approaching .

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Kite festival

Adore kite flying? Don’t miss out the kite festival held on 14th January every year.
Without any doubt, it is the best place to be for all kite-lovers. The pink city looks even more colourful as kites take over the sky. Also referred as Makarr Sankranti the festival indicates the farmers that the sun is back and that harvest season is approaching .

Dusshera & Diwali

Dusshera is celebrated all over the country in different ways-it honors the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana- the triumph of good over evil.

Jaipur celebrates Dusshera by enacting the tale of Rama and Sita and the battle fought between Lord Rama and Ravana called Ramlila. On the tenth day of the festival, huge effigies of the ten-headed Ravana and his brother Kumbakaran, stuffed with thousands of fire crackers, are set afire announcing the eradication of evil.

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Dusshera & Diwali

Dusshera is celebrated all over the country in different ways-it honors the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana- the triumph of good over evil.

Jaipur celebrates Dusshera by enacting Ramila-the tale of Rama and Sita and the battle fought between Lord Rama and Ravana . On the tenth day of the festival, huge effigies of the ten-headed Ravana and his brother Kumbakaran, stuffed with thousands of fire crackers, are set afire announcing the eradication of evil.

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