Known for the outburst of tradition, heritage, and colours, the festivals in Rajasthan are celebrated with grandeur and style, enriching the Hindu mythology and cultural practices to its mighty best. Every Jaipuri family celebrates each festival with much grandeur and style and consider it the perfect occasion for relatives, friends, and communities to come together.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva and Parvati, the Teej festival is usually celebrated during the monsoons - July to August. During this festival season, Rajasthan witnesses sights of colourful processions walking to the Old City, married women getting mehendi designs imprinted on their hands, and young men and women singing and dancing in celebration.
The Ganguar festival is celebrated during March-April and is mainly for married or unmarried women who pray for the long lives of their spouses or future husbands. One of the most enjoyable festivals in the pink city is undoubtedly the mighty Kite Festival, celebrated on 14th January every year. Friends and families get together to fly their kites high into the sky. The evenings are welcomed by lights and fireworks, enlightening the mood of the festival.
Apart from festivals like Diwali, Raksha Bandhan, Holi, Dussera, and others, Jaipur is also home to numerous fairs that are extravagantly celebrated.
Come visit Jaipur and join us in our celebrations! During your visit, book your stay at Hotel Holiday Home, situated in close proximity to the Jaipur Railway Station.