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Jaipur is known for its festive decorations. The incredible fun, unique decorations and fun loving souls of Jaipur can be seen thoroughly immersed into the festival joys. October brought a complete set of festivals including Navratra, Dusherra, Karva Chauth and the most beautiful being Diwali, the festival of lights.

Diwali brings the excitement of lighting up your homes, lighting those sweet little diyas all along the house and also the excitement of meeting your friends and relatives. This festival where we take blessings from Goddess Laxmi, has always been celebrated to remember the return of Lord Rama from his 14 years of vanvas (exile)! Diwali creates that auricle charm with lights, lots of fun for people who enjoy bursting firecrackers and watching the fireworks that fill up the Jaipur sky. Everyone also enjoy meeting friends and relatives. So, let’s have fun discovering the places in Jaipur which are beautifully lit up on Diwali.

1. World Trade Park, JLN Marg, Jaipur

World Trade Park, popularly known as WTP mall is known for its huge form, fantastic designs and amazing architecture. You must not miss on the Diwali decorations at the WTP mall comprising of delightful caricatures of designs and lights. The whole JLN Marg gets lit up in its shine and glimmer.

2. M.I. Road

The whole street of M.I. Road is shimmering with glistening lights and shops are all decorated beautifully for Diwali.

3. Johari Bazaar

The Diwali decorations at Johari Bazaar located within the old walled city of Jaipur is something not to be missed! The entire marketplace and the old buildings of pink city Jaipur still holds that vintage feel, which lures many and should be experienced by all. The delightful lights, the colorful decorations, the feel of festive season and the mesmerizing beauty of old Jaipur is very alluring.

4. Moti Sons Jewelers

Ever saw a tall tower gleaming with lights like it’s jaded with stones? Well, this place just looks like that! One should really look forward to visiting Moti Sons Jewelers showroom decorated in shimmering lights this Diwali. The entire tower is decorated in interestingly themed decorations, making it a sight to behold.

5. Gaurav Tower (GT)

Add this to your list of ‘not-to-miss places in Jaipur this Diwali’. Gt, which is one of the most favourite hangout places of everyone in the city, gets adorned with colourful lights and decorations in different patterns and shapes.

6. The Sky Full of Lanterns

There is one place in the city for which you don’t need to go anywhere. All you need to do is to look up and cherish the sight of a sky full of glittering lanterns and shimmering fireworks above you. People of Jaipur have so much of excitement for the Diwali festival that the entire city gets filled with lights, making it a remarkable view to behold!

7. Nahargarh - a view from the top!

After you are finished with having fun with your family and friends, get in your car and take a whole spin of the city. Get to the Nahargarh hills to enjoy breathtaking views of the Jaipur city wrapped in lights and decorations. Seen from such heights, the entire city seems to be immersed into a pool of lights. It’s just amazing!

Jaipur’s Diwali only makes the city look even more beautiful. Thus, the pink city is a fantastic place to celebrate your Diwali and have some memorable experiences! Happy Diwali!

 


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