Planning a trip in order to make your Diwali memorable and cheerful? One of the most sought-after tourist attractions in India is Jaipur which attracts thousands of tourists every year from all around the world for its one-of-a-kind antiquated work and architecture. A festive season, Diwali, is the best time to explore the beautiful forts, palaces, and local markets of the walled city that are nicely lit up and decorated with laser lights. Every year, thousands of tourists buy Jaipur tour packages for Diwali for five days to explore the tourist destinations.
Diwali in Rajasthan is celebrated for five days constantly, starting from the Dhanteras (people gathered in the market to buy things) followed by Choti Diwali, Badi Diwali (main Diwali in which Lord Lakshmi is worshipped), Padwa, and Bhaiduj.
Being the capital of Rajasthan and the most popular tourist destination in India, Diwali is celebrated in Jaipur in a unique way which provides a very beautiful experience to the locals and tourists here. Every street has a unique ardor, while the underlying theme of colors, and lights, giving the festival a personal touch.
Are you planning a trip to Jaipur? Here are the top 5 most beautiful places to celebrate Diwali in Jaipur in a unique way.
- Johari Bazaar
Johri Bazaar is the main market of the walled city, which is decorated with lights from all sides during the festival of Diwali. Take a ride to this market at night and enjoy the dazzling decorations of streets and local shops. Johri Bazaar, also known as the Jewelry market, is the hub of Gold and imitation jewelry manufacturers and wholesalers. You must include this place in your Jaipur sightseeing tour package so that you can have a beautiful experience like never before.
- Baapu Bazaar
Bapu Bazar reflects the tradition of Rajasthan through its artifacts, handlooms, accessories, artificial jewelry, and everything that’s available. Whether you are a shopaholic or not, you must have this place in your Jaipur day tour package and check out famous fabrics, eye-catching handmade items, vibrant ethnic wear, and jewelry in this market. This is the most crowded market of the walled city which witnessed thousands of tourists during festival time. You can explore the beauty of this market at night who will surely attract you with its decoration with sparkling lights and laser decorations to illuminate the spirit of Diwali.
- Nahargarh Fort
The Jaipur view from Nahargarh Fort on Diwali surely holds one’s attention as though by magic. You can take a ride up hills through your taxi and enjoy the city view to create endless memory for life. However, many times police block the road leading to the fort because of the drink and drive menace so you must have a taxi provided by your travel agency in Jaipur to make your ride effortless. A restaurant named Padao is at the top of the hills where you can enjoy delicious food with amazing city views.
- Albert Hall Museum
The Albert Hall Museum in Jaipur looks beautiful at night as during Diwali it is well decorated with lights of all colors. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Jaipur all time, where an Egyptian mummy is one of its key attractions. You must visit there and capture a number of videos and photos for your social media portfolio.
- Mirza Ismail Road
Running from Government Hostel to Sanganeri Gate, M.I. Road or Mirza Ismail Road of Jaipur is a most beautiful area, having many stores including popular brands and traditional brands. Entire streets and royal heritage buildings are decorated with lights during Diwali. You must start your Diwali night out from here and the magic of Diwali will work on you.
Well, Jaipur is one of the most popular tourist places to visit during Diwali. And it has been seen that the number of tourists double during Diwali. So are you planning a trip to Jaipur? Great, note all discussed above top 5 most beautiful places to celebrate Diwali in Jaipur and make a memory for life. You can buy Jaipur tour package from Delhi for 3 days or Jaipur sightseeing tour package from the best travel agency in Jaipur or Delhi.