Interesting Articles on Jaipur

44 Top Street Food Places In Jaipur - Best Guide For The Foodie

Rajasthan’s capital, historical and intriguing Jaipur is home to India’s most splendid palaces. The city’s anarchic, fascinating streets tend to tell tales. Jaipur - The Pink City is of utmost magnificence and glory. It is a city of forts, shrines, history, tradition and every other minute detail that pops in your mind. Be it the hustle-bustle of the vehicles each day, the pace of its folks, the way things seem to work or be it anything, this city of color will not fail to surprise you. No matter what, the Pink City will not render you surprised. What is so different about Jaipur? What makes it stand out? Is it the culture or food or material things? Everything seems to play colorfully and make Jaipur protrude amongst the other beauties. Today, you’ll find out the best food joints around the nooks and corners of Jaipur pavement.
22nd Jan 20
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Indian Visa application online: E-Visa

November 27, 2014, was a stepping stone for India as it adopted the electronic transport authorization (ETA) facility, also known as ‘ETA’. The e-visa is being used for travel/tourism, business, and medical purposes. ETA was a big relief if you compare to the regular visa which was offered through the Indian embassy visit of the Indian government in the respective country. Later in 2015, the ETA name was changed to eTV. Again in 2017, eTV was renamed to e-visa. As known, the Government Of India previously used the paper rather lengthy visa facility wherein, one would have to apply for an Indian Visa and would be approved for the same in 14-15 days from the date of application. Whereas, an e-visa, one has to apply for an Indian Visa and will be approved within 3-4 business/working days.
21st Jan 20
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7 Best Guided Jaipur Walking Tours You Must Give A Try

So you have roamed around the streets of New Delhi? You have admired the Taj Mahal in Agra to your heart’s content? So what’s next? Your next stop should be the iconic Pink City of Jaipur. Even though you are on your first trip to India, this is the right place to start from. Marvelous glimpses and royal in origin, a visit to Jaipur would be perfect for you to complete the spectacular golden triangle tourist circuit. But with a city full of regal landmarks, forts, palaces, and whatnot, it gets really difficult to decide what exactly to begin with. Therefore we have compiled this wholesome list to show you 9 best ways to explore Jaipur by walking tours. Whether it is the breathtaking Hawa Mahal or the scrumptious street delicacies like Pyaaz Kachori (Fried onion dumpling), there is only one failproof way to experience all of this. Take a guided walking tour of this walled city which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If it is your first trip to India and you don’t know where to go, especially while being in Jaipur, just follow this list and you will do great.
9th Jan 20
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Korta : The Leopard village experience and the hospitality of Korta Escapes

Nestled amidst the Aravali hills, and situated centrally between Udaipur and Jodhpur, This place is a beautiful amalgamation of wildlife, culture, history and archaeology where you can not only see but experience the everyday life of rural India. Jawai, a place at stone throw away from Korta, is called “The land of Leopards”, and rightly so, because here, the leopard sighting goes as high as 85%.The images followed in this article will compel you to think why this beauty isn’t on top of the world maps.
30th Oct 19
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To Celebrate Diwali in India in 2019, here are top 5 key reasons

Sparkling firecrackers, colorful rangolis and a mesmerizing trail of lights as far as the sight goes, complimented by a heart-lifting aura everywhere. This is what Diwali is all about. A fine example of ‘Christmas coming early’ in India, the Festival of Lights brightens up not only the landscape of the country but also the vicinities of our tired souls. Families and friends come together in this grand celebration about the victory of good over evil, a jovial affair of new beginnings and portraying love towards each other. The festival is based on the Hindu lunar calendar and takes place in either late October or early November, In 2019, Diwali starts with Dhanteras on October 25, while it concludes on October 29. The five days of Diwali portray different meanings. The first day is Dhanteras, an auspicious day for financial beginnings. The second day is known as Choti Diwali, while the third day is the important day when Goddess Laxmi is idolized and offered prayers. The fourth day is called Govardhan Puja while the final day is known as Bhai Dooj when it is dedicated to all brothers and sisters. From traditional booming celebrations in the Northern parts of the country to the peaceful aesthetic festivities in the south, let us further know why Diwali is the best time to visit India.
13th Oct 19
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Top 6 Foods to not eat in India

With around 22 Major Languages, over 720 Dialects, and all 7 major religions within the same country. India is a unique country with unlimited diversity of food. It is unbelievable that one gets to taste a different palette of food after every few 100 miles. Who would want to experience all this food at the expense of putting on some pounds. Out of thousands of dishes, I have listed down few handful of dishes which you must avoid eating, so that food does not end up becoming your religion.
6th Oct 19
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