India is a country with many cultures, many religions, and these cultures and faiths co-exist. The best part of all of this is that we hand-pick the awesome things/rituals of other cultures and transform them as ours with tints of Indian culture.
The same goes for Jaipur. There are a few universal things- the late-night parties and gatherings when it comes to New Year Retreat in Jaipur Celebration. Jaipur has them too. Apart from that, there are a few unique things one can do in the Jaipur winters and new years.
Like every other part of the planet, New Year brings new hopes and new opportunities for the people of the nations and the cities. So Jaipur stays no behind. January and December are peaks and essential months for tourism and travel in the country of India. Since it is winter and pleasantly cold at that time in Jaipur, people from all over the world Jaipur hosts some of the hottest parties on New Year’s Eve. Even so, many like being in an old school. Let’s see how multicultural Pink City celebrates the New Year.
The open-air bar and lounge at the top of the building is the trendiest city trend. Each drive and hotel organizes indoor parties for tourists, especially for the New Year. Many talented DJs worldwide, live shows, exotic food, and modern culture make Jaipur a favorite of party lovers. In many places, thematic events are held that attract many people.
Long Drive and Campaigns
As the administrative capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is connected to several highways. And nothing beats a long romantic trip on a winter’s night. Exceptional resorts, cafes, and takeaways make group travel comfortable and adventurous. And when it comes to driving long nights, the people of Jaipur like to travel to Nahargarh at night.
For adventure seekers camping on Lake Sambar is a perfect choice. You must be at the campsite before sunset and in the morning take a tent, food, party supplies, and lots of water to drink.
Many people believe that the coming New Year will be the first day of the year. They begin their new year by going to the temple, donating clothing and food to the needy, and praying to the Lord. Many social organizations distributed free milk the night before to ward off alcohol consumption. Temples like Akshardham, Govinddevji, Birla Mandir can not be missed!
Plan the celebration wisely as there is a lot to do!