Student Life in Jaipur

Jaipur is a beautiful city and is fun to live and learn in. The city offers a pleasant lifestyle for students living here. There are not many distractions until and unless you only decide to get distracted. This means, students can actually study properly, look for new opportunities and make the most out of them. Along with building a career, the city of Jaipur allows students to have fun with their friends and rejuvenate themselves from time to time.

People of Jaipur

The people of Jaipur are mostly good and kind-hearted. They are ready to help others, especially the ones younger to them. They will help you out in times of need. Most people here believe in sharing love and care rather than being mean to others or judging others. Even students from totally different states and culture get love and affection from people here.

Hangout Places

Jaipur brings you a lot of impressive hangout places that you can roam around with your friends and have fun. Some of the popular leisure and fun places amongst youngsters include Tapri, Gaurav Tower (GT), World Trade Park and Crystal Palm (CP). You also have a number of pubs, discos and multiplexes in the city. Students often utilize their weekends exploring historic sites and other tourist attractions such as Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Amer Fort, City Palace, Govind Dev Ji temple, Birla Mandir and Albert Hall museum.


Jaipur has a lot of places to shop; varying from big shopping malls to the traditional Rajasthani outlets, city bazaars and local markets. Getting everything is easy and comparatively much reasonable than the big cities. It becomes easier for students to shop for daily stuff, clothing and stationery, while they live in Jaipur.


Jaipur has its own specialties when it comes to food. Apart from the traditional Rajasthani cuisines like dal-bati-churma, you’ll get every variety of food that you may ask for. Jaipur is a place where you will get thousands of dishes and many amazing food joints and restaurants to dine at. Some most looked for dishes include North-Indian, South-Indian, Italian, Chinese and Fast Food (pizzas, burgers, etc.). Food prices vary from restaurant to restaurant (some are quite cheap while some are super expensive). Even the street food is worth trying and suits a student’s budget.


Public transport is not as convenient as the Delhi Metro. But, it is fine. You have low floor buses running across different routes 12x7. Several major cabs and radio taxi services are available at one call. Also the Jaipur Metro is coming up soon, which would make things even better.

Safe and Secure

On the safety front, the city is cool. It is safe for girls as well. You won’t hear news of any brutal incidents here. However, Jaipur is still not as safe as Mumbai. We would recommend that you should get back to your accommodation before it gets too late at night. For hanging out during late evenings, ensure that you are in good, decent company. You do need to take care of yourself, regardless of which city you are in (the same applies to Jaipur as well).


Overall, student life is awesome in Jaipur because of the rising career opportunities, work exposure, top-rated institutions for all fields, interesting hangout places for recreation, lots of food choices, bazaars and shopping malls and comfortable and affordable living.

As a student or the parent of a student, you can rest assured of a good student life in the Pink City. Don’t worry and enjoy exploring this beautiful, lively city while you get to study here.


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