Jaipur Culture

Recognized as one of the princely capitals representing chivalrous Rajputana rule, Jaipur reigns supreme in terms of living royalty of the past in the perfect manner. The charismatic "Pink city of India" is one of the most influential relics of yesteryears shining more than anything else. With colourful culture and lively people, it is one of the most sought after cities.

Dotted with architectural masterpieces, inviting environs, lush gardens, vibrant bazaars and crowded streets, Jaipur is one of the cities that reign atop in rendering the perfect touring experience to the travelers coming to the Indian vicinities. It is indeed an alluring city that captivates the imagination of each and every holidaymaker.


Dotted with architectural masterpieces, inviting environs, lush gardens, vibrant bazaars and crowded streets, Jaipur is one of the cities that reign atop in rendering the perfect touring experience to the travelers coming to the Indian vicinities. It is indeed an alluring city that captivates the imagination of each and every holidaymaker.

Jaipur falls in the category where it is largely treated as the commercial centre. You could always come across typical Rajasthani men and women who wear turbans and ghagra-choli respectively.

As far as Jaipur is concerned, there is no dearth of cultural prosperity in the city that is furthered by its local festivals and fairs. Moreover, there are ample of opportunities where you could enjoy delicious cuisines, varied languages, myriad religions, captivating folk dance and music.

Jaipur is a city that is high on culture and unfolds the legacy of the royal past. When you plan to visit Jaipur, it is vital to recognize the value of culture, customs and traditions. But as the ambiance has turned modern, Jaipur has joined the parade of metropolitan cities. However, the beauty of Jaipur city is that it has retained that old world charm and stands as the true custodians of traditions and customs.

Languages

As language constitutes the crucial medium for communication, the primary language is Rajasthani. Apart from this language, languages such as Marwari, Hindi and English are also prevalent. Religion The major religion in Jaipur is Hinduism. Apart from that, other religions are Jainism, Islam, Sikhism and Christianity.

People

People of Jaipur might seem rugged in their appearance from outside but from inside they are suave and gentle. As they are desert people, they are hard, well-built, cheerful and largely simple because they are usually untouched by the swiftness of modern times. They prefer to wear bright colored clothes and that is what makes them appear gorgeous. Be it men or women, they are always nicely dressed, according to their culture, and that is what makes them altogether unique. Witnessing women’s attire, we find that they are usually dressed in red, yellow, green and orange colored attractive clothes. Tribal women can be witnessed wearing loads of Silver jewelry along with men who can be spotted with earrings.

Cuisine

As the Jaipur stays atop when it comes to royalty, same applies to its cuisine. Cuisine of Jaipur is always magnificent with many delicacies that gratify every taste bud. As we witness the cuisines in Jaipur, we find that they always use a lot of ghee and butter. With extensive Dal-Bati Churma, Dahi Vada, Mawa Kachori, Besan Ka Gatta, Ker Sangri, Pyaaz Ki Kachauri, Chakke Ki Sabji and Jodhpur Ki Rabri, there is no dearth of cuisines that make the mood celebrative.

Folk Dance and Music

Culture of Jaipur is simply rich. Witnessing its dance and music is just awesome. It brings liveliness to the core of one’s heart. Be it "Ghoomar", the main folk dance of Jaipur with ladies flaunting their huge ghagras or skirts while dancing or folk music delivered by men, it perfectly makes the environment joyous and captivating. Some of the instruments used by them include Morchang, Naad, Tanpura, Sarangi along with others.

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