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Diwali in Jaipur: 5 places you must visit in Jaipur during Diwali Celebrations

Diwali in Jaipur: 5 places you must visit in Jaipur during Diwali Celebrations

Diwali: The light festival of India and one of the famous festivals also or we can say the festival of light, love, etc. India is always known for its culture and festival celebrations and Diwali is on the top of the list. Jaipur the Pink City is famous for Diwali Celebrations. In India, Jaipur is the only city to celebrate Diwali differently. The whole city is decorated like a Bride.

If you want to become the eye-witnessed of Jaipur Diwali so here we share the 5 places to have the best view:

Johri Bazar:

Johri Bazar is the heart of the Pink city because the whole market is in the Pink color and Johri Bazar is famous for the Jewellery, the proper Jaipur design Jewellery. It is the main market for shopping at every festival either it’s Diwali or Holi or Rakshabandhan, etc. Johri Bazar is the Jaipur popular market.

Johri Bazar, Jaipur
Johri Bazar, Jaipur

Nahargarh Fort:

Nahargarh Fort is located at the edge of Aravalli Hills and one of the iconic locations in Jaipur city and Nahargarh is famous as a Sunset and Sunrise point. The best point to watch the whole city and in the Diwali season, Nahargarh is the best place to enjoy the gorgeous view of Jaipur city.

Read more about the Three Majestic Forts In Jaipur.

Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur

Bapu Bazar:

Bapu Bazar is defined as the most lovable place for shopping. Tourists love to visit here because the Rajasthani printed Shirts, Mojris, Jewel, etc. are all available here. In Diwali, the lighting of this market is really simple and the whole market is also painted in the Pink color so it reminds us of the beauty of Jaipur.

Bapu Bazar, Jaipur
Bapu Bazar, Jaipur

Statue Circle:

Jaipur is full of surprises and the same with Statue Circle. There are several circles in Jaipur but this one has a separate fan base because people love to come here and there are no. of cafes and street foods available. In Diwali, this place grabs the attractions of visitors also. It connects with the four roads from different locations.

Statue Circle, Jaipur
Statue Circle, Jaipur

Panch Batti:

I know the name is weird but this is like a light lamp that has 5 lights connect with a single tower and also connects the 4 roads of different locations in Jaipur city. Raj Mandir the famous movie theatre is also located over there. This area is famous for street foods, clubs, cafes, etc.

Panch Batti, Jaipur
Panch Batti, Jaipur

Jaipur is always ready to welcome its visitors and explorers and the way to celebrate Diwali in Jaipur is different than the other city, so share your experience to celebrate Diwali in Jaipur with us and the places which I shared is the must visit places in Jaipur.

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