It’s that time of the year again when Rajasthan celebrates one fair after another with traditional pomp, gaiety and gay abandon. This month itself, the Pink City is celebrating the Deepoutsav on 10th and 11th November. This is the second year of Deepotsav celebration in Jaipur . Diwali festival should, over a period of time, become as well known as the Dusshera of Kota or the Cattle Fair of Pushkar.
The Tourism department of Rajasthan has resolved to leave no stone unturned in making this festival synonymous with the city of Jaipur. One will see folk performances, food stalls in different parts of the Walled City as well as fire crackers and lighting at the Jal Mahal Ki Paal, Anber Road, Jaipur.