10 Places You Must Visit In Jaipur During Diwali Festival

The Festival of Light – Diwali is celebrated in India with incredible zeal and excitement that is a lot more than any other Indian festival. Jaipur is famous for praising Diwali celebration. Men and ladies, children and old, rich and poor, everyone celebrates this beautiful festival in India. Jaipur during Diwali’s Celebration is decorated in […]

The Festival of Light – Diwali is celebrated in India with incredible zeal and excitement that is a lot more than any other Indian festival. Jaipur is famous for praising Diwali celebration. Men and ladies, children and old, rich and poor, everyone celebrates this beautiful festival in India. Jaipur during Diwali’s Celebration is decorated in a manner which makes Jaipur special for residents and tourists with extraordinary eagerness and old stories.

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is a very royal city and Diwali puts more shade to its culture and royalty. Visitors and tourists are present in bulk quantity to advocate in person the magic of Diwali celebration. So here we have brought you 10 places in Jaipur to experience the perfect 4 days Diwali decoration and celebration:-

Johari Bazar:

Johri Bazar which is also popular as Jewelry market. This is the standard business market for shopping on Dhan Teras. Johri Bazar is so beautifully decorated that its glittering route attracts your eyes to keep staring at the decoration. The shops and dwelling property at Johri Bazar are decorated with excellent props and posters that it looks amazing with light. It’s a stunning eye catching place that attracts visitors from all over India. Johari Bazar Vyapar mandal decorate this market beautifully for Diwali celebration. Gigantic crowd rush come to shop and visit the beautiful lights.

Nahargarh Fort:

One of the most happening places of Jaipur, The Narahgarh Fort point looks extremely gorgeous during Diwali. Standard sights like Nahargarh Fort offer breath taking life time memorable moments of the festivals, including stunning flashes of the lit up walled city. Many of the people heads to Naharagarh to experience and see how wonderful the city looks from there on Diwali night as the city looks amazingly beautiful glittering gold city. A fine layer of lights all over the city can also be seen.

Jal Mahal:

Jal Mahal lies in the walled city zone of Jaipur. Traditional structures, hundreds of years old sanctuaries and trees are the specialities of this spot. This spot is mostly known for its eye catching decorations amid the festival of Diwali. Firecrackers and flawlessly made lights light up all corners of the spot during Diwali. It is a must visit spot to experience the true essence of Diwali.

World Trade Park:

World Trade Park is the biggest business focused and the Paradise of Pink City. Heading to World Trade Park at Diwali will leave you charmed by what the city offers. The mall looks showered in the magnificence of beautiful lights and designs. WTP stuns and reminds you of a lady with cosmetics of lights, laces and colours during th;e festival of light, i.e. Diwali.

Akshardham Temple:

Akshardham Temple also known as Mini Vrindavan of Jaipur lightens up like no other temple would be in Jaipur. A mass population of Jaipur and tourists make their way to this magnificent Akshardham Temple mostly during the Diwali time. Make sure you don’t miss this place from your list of visiting destinations in Jaipur this Diwali.

Gaurav Tower:

The enthusiasm with which Jaipur welcomes Diwali, the festival of lights must be experienced by all the visitors as well as locals. Gaurav Tower is a standout amongst the most famous hang out place in Jaipur. Sparkling lights, Crackers, decorated shops, energetic nourishment joints and obviously, the populace of Jaipur dressed up in delightful, traditional Indian clothing types can be seen all over in Gaurav Tower on Diwali day. The whole place sparkles like a bride with extraordinary shine all through the festivals of Diwali.

MI Road:

Mirza Ismail Road, also known as M. I. Street, is one of the primary streets in Jaipur city. The street runs from Sanganeri Gate to Government Hostel. If you want to take a feel like Las Vegas, you must visit this spot amid Diwali time. During Diwali celebration, this place truly expresses the vibrant culture and royal heritage of the Pink City in the terms of magical colourful lights. That time this place looks stunning with decorations and colors of festival.

Nehru & Bapu Bazaar:

Nehru Bazar and Bapu Bazar are both the traditionally constructed markets of Jaipur, where one can buy readymade articles of clothing, footwear, endowments and other stuffs for home décor of their disparage. All the streets, shops and structures are washed in the enchantment of splendid lights and decorative during the beautiful festival of lights.

Tonk Road:

Although people mostly arrives at Tonk Road to click and see one of the architectural designed building of Motisons which is not only colourful but is vibrant too. Motisons building, although lights every night but its special during Diwali time and you have to see it to believe it. The whole of Tonk Road is also decorated with lights in numerous designs and styles.

Jaipur is not very far from the national capital, Delhi, so people who are looking for a break from their daily hectic schedule, often rush into Jaipur to join in the happiness and get the splendid feel of the festivals and be a part of the greatest celebration of Rajasthan. Diwali of Jaipur is world known for its style of festival and for the Lights decorations that is carried out all around the city. So this Diwali, visit these spots to truly enjoy and feel the Indian Culture and its style and enthusiasm to make celebrations.

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