This festival takes place in the month of July to August. This festival is celebrated by the married women who pray for their long and happy married life before the idols of Shiva and Parvati.
This festival is celebrated by the women especially the maidens, before the idols of Issar and Gangaur, who pray for a partner like Lord Shiva.
Elephant Festival: On the day of Holi, the elephants are decorated with garlands and jeweleries and are painted with flamboyant colors.
Sitla Mata Fair:
This fair is held in the name of the 'goddess of war' named Sitla. This fair is celebrated in different temples of Goddess Amber at Jaipur. This festival is called as Basoda by the locals.
It is celebrated on 14th February where the devotees take a dip into the holy water of Galtaji tank. On this day, colorful kites are flown in Jaipur.
Jaipur Literature Festival:
This festival (started in 2006) is rated as "Greatest Literary Show on Earth" by Tina Brown, journalist and author. In 2006, the festival saw a mere 100 attendees but began growing since 2007, which saw writers like Salman Rushdie, Kiran Desai and Shashi Deshpande. In 2008, 25000 people attended the festival and saw speakers like Ian McEwan, Donna Tartt, Manil Suri, Patrick French, Mohsin Hamid and Tarun Tejpal. In 2010, an incredible 30,000 people and 172 speakers attended and 2011 saw 226 writers and a massive crowd quickly filling up the venue. The festival, held in the Diggi Palace hotel in Jaipur is spread out across four venues, namely the Front Lawns, the Durbar Hall, the Mughal Tent and the Baithak. Known as the Kumbh Mela of the literary world, this festival witnesses readers and writers not only from across India, but from across America, Europe, Africa and south Asia.
The city is well connected by Air, Train & Bus services with all the parts of the country.RAIL
Jair railway station is well connected all mejor cities of the country.ROAD
New Delhi 255 km, Jodhpur 330 km, Udaipur 410 km, Ajmer 131 km.