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Diwali Festival


Diwali (Deepavali) – A festival of lights and five day hindu festival – is a most important festivals in India. It begins with Dhanteras first day, Second Day is Choti Diwali, Third Day is Diwali, Fourth Day is Govardhan Puja and on the last day i.e. Fifth Day is Bhai Duj that's why it as known as Five Day Hindu Festival. Every Year Diwali falls in the month of october and november after the monsoon season. Exact Date of Diwali varies every year and is being calculated according to the position of SUN and MOON. Diwali symbolises the beginning of Hindu New Year and many Business Man in India starting a new accounting year on diwali. One of the treasured moments of your life will be to have a segment of Pink City's version of Diwali (Deppavali). Jaipur is one of the most renowned city for celebrating Diwali Festival. A huge number of people from any where in world visit Jaipur especially to celebrate Diwali Festival. Diwali symbolises the success of good over evil and Light over Darkness. Whole Jaipur city is decorated with flowers and colorfuls lights, and these five days jaipur is look like a Heaven. If you explore the highly inflated markets, you will find at least 2000 different varieties of earthen lamps in the form of deities, birds, and animals. Handicrafts, firecrackers, gift items, and local traditional clothes also flood the marts during Diwali. Each year, notably, a contest is held to award the best-decorated market in India. Jaipur walking tours offers you all facilities like Car Hire, Jaipur city rickshaw tour, Hotel Booking for Diwali Celebration at Jaipur for Indian and Foreigners. 

 


Overview


This festival is the most important and widely celebrated festival in India. This festival is also known as the "Festival of Light and Crackers". This festival is only festival which is celebrated by men and women, kids and old, rich and poor, wise and illiterate almost every citizen of India celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm. The word Diwali is derived from the word Deepavali where Deep means Light and Avali means in a row. This day is celebrated because on this day Lord Rama returned from his 14 years of separation from Ayodhya his capital. So, on this day people of Ayodhya light deepaks and fire crckers just to celebrate the return of Lord Rama.


Description:


>> In this walk, you will be taken to visit a local family so that you connect with them and celebrate this magnificent festival of Lights.

>> Later you will be given company and will make sure you enjoy at your fullest.

>> Later enjoy the fireworks and lightening around you and then you will be taken to visit the old city where you will see every street, roads and walking area covered with colorful lights and flowers.

>> Enjoy the rich and colorful walk inside the Pink City. Later you will also be taken to Nahargarh View Point to take a magnificent view of the Jaipur City covered with lights and enjoy the fireworks from there.

>> You will feel like heaven has come to the Earth.


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