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Jaipur by Nite event kicks off with great music, art and dance


The much celebrated Indian rock band Euphoria band and their music and the band from the state of Rajasthan, Rajasthan Roots swayed the public away that had gathered in a gigantic number at the Jaigarh Fort in Jaipur and took them into the land of music where dholak, khadtal and the beats of the much loved kesariya balam song left the public mesmerized. All this soulful music washed away the lull environment of the Jaigarh Fort.

Jaipur by Nite event organisers and controllers:

This musical and light filled evening took place in light of the Jaipur by Nite event that was in collaboration and was organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Young Indians (YI), Department of Tourism (DOT), Government of Rajasthan and the Union Ministry of Tourism. The event observed and celebrated its first day on Friday, September 16, 2016.

Band performances by Indian rock band Euphoria and Rajasthan Roots:

Rajasthan Roots band casted a magical spell of the Sufi songs in a Rajasthani style on the gathered public by singing thrilling and nerve chilling songs like केसरिया बालम आओ नि पधारो म्हारे देस and दमा दम मस्त कलंदर. These gorgeous performances by the Rajasthan Roots band were followed by the live singing performances of the India rock band Euphoria band and its members only to leave the public in awe and dwell into the magic of the night culture of Rajasthan’s tourism. Palash Sen of Euphoria gave performances on songs named Hum Aage Hain Aage Hi Rahenge and Dhoom Pichak Dhoom.

Welcome dances and music:

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Away from the chaotic life of the city that runs the people, and makes them gruel hard, the residents of the Jaipur city were dancing to the musical beats of the bands in between lush greenery of the Jaigarh Fort. Guests were welcomed by the Indian rock band Euphoria and Rajasthan Roots in a royal fashion by music and dance that were aided by the Kachchhi Ghodi dance (कच्छी घोड़ी नृत्य), Chang Ki Thap, Dhol and Algoza. Various youth bands gave live performances to the public and the bagpipe band of the Indian Army further won over the public by delivering performances of national and patriotic nature.

Paintings, nail art, henna and more:

Paintings made by artists, clay art, parrot astrologer and caricature art were all on display for the audience to gaze and gather information about. Nail art and henna designs on hand were a special attraction for women and that was thoroughly enjoyed by them. Lit up in colourful and gorgeous light, Jaigarh Fort was a breathtaking beauty on the eve of the Jaipur by Nite program.

Some chief presence by these:

Brand ambassador of the Jaipur by Nite program Ms. Diya Kumari, Rajasthan’s Udhyog minister Gajendra Singh Khimsar and Lieutenant General and General Officer in Command of the Southwest command Sarath Chand also made their presence in the Jaipur by Nite event.

Event conclusion by the Jaipur by Nite marathon:

A marathon by the name ‘Jaipur by Nite Marathon ‘will be commenced on Saturday, September 17, 2016 from Hotel Clarks Amer. Scheduled to begin in the wee hours of the night at 11:00 PM, the run for people aged 14 years and above will be a 10 kilometer run along with a ‘timing chip’ and for people without the ‘timing chip’ the run will be for 5 kilometers only. Before the Jaipur by Nite Marathon kicks off, a performance by the Kaafila band will be organised for the people. Other attractions that have been organised are band performances, nukkad natak, music and food kiosks for public entertainment and welfare.

 


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