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Your Guide to Enjoy Monsoons in Jaipur


Rains are the best time for people, who call themselves spontaneous and support a spunky attitude. Jaipur monsoons is one such time of the year, which brings with it a million joys of enjoying the appetizing things, the rich delicacies, the swashing winds that rejuvenates you, the breathless fun and of course, who could forget the famous dance in the rain.

The taste of the rich hot pakodas, the hot-hot samosas and kachoris, the sizzling hot cutting chai and the Rajasthani dishes which just enraptures everyone’s hearts and get that person tapping his/her foot with a fun dance.

The Jaipur city is one place where you can find all these richness with utter delight and happiness. Here is list of things which are a not to miss in the monsoon season in Jaipur –

1. The Appetizing Bhuttas (corn sticks) and the Hot Cutting Chai

monsoon appetizers such as bhuttas, cutting chai, pakoras, samosas, etc.

monsoon appetizers such as bhuttas, cutting chai, pakoras, samosas, etc.

The famous buttas and amazing cutting chai just enriches your taste buds. These taste amazing in this type of season with cool winds washing over your face and giving you chills all over the body.

2. A Visit to the Hot Restaurants and Food Joints

There are an ample of food joints in Jaipur, which would just set you reeling with an amazing feeling, like the -

LMB - Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar offers the best dishes, which just make you go crazy in the times of monsoons. Some popular dishes and snacks to try here include kachoris & samosas, khaman dhoklas with those tasty green chatnis and many such food items.

Chokhi Dhani - This is the place to entice your Rajasthani taste buds and get a dip in the pure Rajasthani culture. This village resort in Jaipur will make you truly spellbound with its décor as well as rich and delicious food along with that spicy edge to it which works wonders at the time of cool rains.

3. The Forts and Palaces

The magnanimous forts and royal palaces just make you go fanatic with a crazy enthusiasm. The excitement is even greater during the pleasant monsoon weather and beautiful rains. Some things that can sure make your day during Jaipur monsoons are –

  • A ride up the hills to Nahargarh
  • A walk over the amazing Jal Mahal Walkway
  • Refreshing winds at the Jai Garh Fort
  • The magnificence of the royal City Palace
  • A late night stroll and cold coffee at the Statue Circle

4. The City’s Roof Top Restaurants

This is another very up beating trend in the Jaipur city, with involves dining on the roof top restaurants. Dining up there with stunning views of the city just makes dining an even more memorable experience.

Sheesha roof top restaurant in Jaipur

Some popular roof top restaurants in the Jaipur city are -

  1. The Park Prime
  2. The Peacock Rooftop restaurant
  3. The Punjab Da Puttar
  4. The House Of People
  5. The Ta Blu – Hotel Clarks
  6. Sheesha Restaurant

5. The Festivals in the Time of Monsoons

Monsoons also bring a few well-celebrated festivals in Jaipur, which only add to the vibrant aura of the city. Some extremely celebrated festivals during monsoon time are –

Teej - The Teej festival is one such festival in Jaipur that is celebrated during the time of monsoons. This Jaipur festival involves women getting dressed up in ethnic Rajasthani attires and carrying earthen pots on their heads, which are lit up inside. Many Rajasthani cultural fests and activities also take place during this time.

Teej and Rakshabandhan celebrations at Jaipur

Rakshabandhan - The great and famous Rakshabandhan also happens during this time of the year. Several amazing and colourful Rakhi exhibitions are arranged all around the city markets, where sisters of all ages can be seen shopping rakhis for their respective brothers.

The monsoon season in Jaipur brings along a lot of varieties of events and fun & frolic times, which are loved and cherished by all!

 


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