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People with great passion make the impossible happen

The quote holds true for Shobhit Tiwari, a 23-year old  Jaipur-based who, led by his passion created history by making a Guinness World Record for Most Number of Light Orbs i.e. 900 in a Single Photographic Image. Shobhit & his team broke the record of an American team by a massive difference of 700 orbs thus becoming the first Indians to do so. This World Record holder marked Jaipur at global front & gave it an identity written in golden words & which will inspire the future generations to contribute something to their city.

JCB: Throw some light on how you made it to the Guinness World Records ?

ST: It took six months of  hard work , planning & years of practice along-with designing our own tool which was first of its own kind. Since we were not happy with the results of our first attempt & wanted to break the previous record phenomenally, we reinvented our idea & its execution. It worked in our best interest & we established a new benchmark for photographers aspiring to break the record.

JCB: What is LPP ? When & how did you develop an interest in it ?

ST: Light painting is a technique of  long exposure photography where you capture the motion of light to create different images. Analogically speaking, it is similar to painting where Darkness becomes the canvas & the light source becomes the brush.

It was in late 2013, when I was left awestruck by a stunning LPP on Internet that my curiosity took me over & I started researching on this technique. I was so mesmerized that I couldn’t believe such an image could be produced without using Photoshop.

But, once when I started doing LPP & got the desired results, I was convinced that this is what I want to do & the fact that a great painter, Picasso was also associated with technique & incorporated it in his paintings inspired me to do something extraordinary.

JCB. What are the Real World implementations of LPP ?

ST: Light Painting has quickly gained recognition on an International level & is being used by world’s biggest corporate houses like Microsoft, Apple, Nike, Red Bull, Honda etc. In India too, we are trying to promote it on many levels & I am happy to say that now, people as well as different stakeholders are trying to incorporate it in their ventures.

JCB. What was the reaction of your folks when you told them about your passion ? Were they supportive ?

ST: There is a funny story behind that. Initially, my family was unaware of the fact that I was secretly practicing Light Painting in the basement of our house but once they got to know what I was doing, they were greatly excited & extremely supportive especially my elder sister, who gifted me my first camera & always encouraged me to do something great. Even my friends got fascinated by this entirely  new dimension of photography I introduced them to.

JCB. What are the equipments required for creating an LPP? How did you arrange the tools for creating different images ?

ST: Tripod is a must. Then comes the shutter release, flashlights, different colored LEDs etc. Lately, I have been designing my own tools to create desired shapes. These include Dome tool, Light Wand, Flexi-glass made by soldering LEDs.

JCB. Are you into teaching light painting as well ?

ST: Yes, I have been conducting workshops to educate people about Light Painting techniques, the most recent & successful being the one at Jodhpur InstaMeet where the amazing response of audience, the perfect synchronization of members, inspired me to hold many more workshops for beginners as well as Light Painters who wish to learn at an advanced level. The goal is to make LPP familiar to everyone who loves Light, Art & Photography as this is an exceptional skill to possess.

JCB. Can you suggest a few Camera Settings & simple techniques for our readers trying to do LPP at home ?

ST: You can start with very simple tools such as keychain LEDs, mobile torch, toy lights etc. Usually, the camera is in Manual Mode & the settings are:

f -7.1, shutter-BULB, ISO-100

Once you get to know the technique, you can vary these values as per the light source.

You can connect with with Shobhit Tiwari on social media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shobhittiwari3.0

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shobhit3.0

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Certificate of Guinness World Records

Photography by Guinness World Record holder Shobhit Tiwari

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Dussehra in Jaipur

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Hey friends, Myself Harish, being a writer I always wanted to reveal the stories of unknown places and forts but this time i am writing about stories of some unappreciated workers and artists of Jaipur, yes friends in this article you will read about the problems and efforts of these workers.

Ravan mandi, Jaipur is famous market of colorful ravan puppets, the main market is situated at mansarovar. I always wanted to have a chat with them regarding their problems, so i personally visited them and took an interview of a person named Suresh (representative from basti). All these workers lives in a basti in mansarovar.

Dussehra in Jaipur

Q1. What are the major problems you face ?

Suresh – The major problem is
1. If the rain persists, it ruins all the puppets and our business stops as rain starts.
2. We have to take permissions from the municipality for covering the half way of the roads as puppets increase day by day.

Dussehra in Jaipur

Q2. How do you make such beautiful puppets in such short period of time?

Suresh –  This is our art that is given by our four-fathers as blessing to us because we have to make earning of full year in just navratri days, so we are thankful to them.

Dussehra in Jaipur

Q3. Usually what are the rates of ravan puppets?

Suresh – If Customer wants a structure of puppet then the rates are cheap and economic. But when we talk about complete puppets it starts with 7k – 20k or more.

Artists of Jaipur

Q4. What you do if rain persists?

Suresh – When rain persist, our full basti starts to hide the puppets under the metro bridge but its impossible to hide all the puppets, it ruins our business.

Ravana in Jaipur

Q5. What do you do when its off season for you “unlike navaratri”?

Suresh – We make chairs, tables and baskets of some material and sell them but the core business runs in navratri as Vijaya dashmi arrives.

Artists of Jaipur

Picture Credits : Shobhit Tiwari

“Dance like no one is watching” and this quote suits well on the technique of Zumba workout which is regularly headed by the young Zumba Instructor “Miss Shefali Jain”. Being passionate about fitness and dancing, Shefali teaches Zumba at her Shefali’s Dance and Fitness Studio. Apart from appealing personality, she is a beautiful soul with lots of energy which has led her to the best of both worlds.

Zumba Trainer - Shefali Jain Jaipur

Check out what she has to exclaim about her life and her journey as a Zumba instructor which is still more ahead: 

When did you discover Zumba?

“By watching regular fitness videos and magazines, I came to know about Zumba. So, one year back I thought to grab a Zumba license. From my pocket money, I somehow managed to attend the two days workshops in Mumbai of 10hrs a day where I also got certifications. On 18th March 2016, I professionally received the permit.”  

You chose it out of your fitness passion or was it a random catch of your life?

“My urge of dance drags me to learn Zumba as dance is one of the best way to achieve fitness. So, you can say that it’s out of Fitness passion☺.”

Shefali’s Dance and Fitness Studio

Apart from Zumba, what are your other interests that you follow on a regular basis?

“I have been into Yoga, Aerobics and Wedding event choreography too. And, I have also done Visharad in Kathak. When I was in 7th class with the studies, I joined the dance and continued Kathak also for 5years. So, along with Zumba, I also look up at all these activities on a regular instinct.”

Who was your support system when you came up with your Shefali’s Dance and Fitness Studio?

“My best friend and my family encouraged me that I should go on with my passion and built it as a profession. As when it’s my part of education, I am a qualified CS (company Secretary passed from ICSI), so people always have this question why you are not doing a job as you are CS why you are teaching Dance? And, they also go with the typical words that Itti padhai ki kyon thi agar dance hi sikhana tha toh.

But, my best friend and my family always said that follow your passion for dance and fitness don’t listen to others. In short, I can say they are my strength. ☺”

Shefali’s Dance and Fitness Studio

Do you have any certifications of Zumba dance?

“Yes! I am Level 1 certified by Zumba Fitness, LLC which is based in Hallandale (US). And, I also used to attend workshops regularly. So, you can say that there are more certifications I want to achieve. 

How many calories can an individual burn in a Zumba Class?

“Approximately, a person can burn 800-1000 calories in a Zumba class.”

Out of curiosity, how remunerative is a career as the Zumba Instructor?

“It’s splendid, right now I am Zumba instructor in JW Marriott, in Cambridge court world school, and now there are many upcoming corporate projects for Zumba that are coming on my list.”

What’s your proudest achievement in your field till date?

Professionally, I have started Zumba one year back. So, according to that, I can say future will be excellent. Whatever I am doing on a regular basis is proudest. My current work profile and dance studio everything is what I have dreamt of.


Zumba is identified internationally. But, still many people are unaware of it. So, do you get routine inquiries and counseling session of this dance practice?

Yup, through my marketing I receive calls for Zumba but still, people are not aware of this form of exercise. They usually ask what Zumba is? How we do it? So, my motive is to make people crazy for this fitness trend.

Zumba is High-intensity total body workout, combining all elements of fitness-cardio, boosted energy, flexibility and lots of fun with loud music. I can say it is the most fun way to reduce weight.

What’s the best thing about your Zumba Sessions?

“My Zumba session is always stress-free and like we are having a party. We do it for one hour, and the entire duration is always like a breath of fresh air (many breaths actually). We let out our inner Indian streak and dance like no one is watching just like super crazy people. ☺

Generally, in my class people like Bollywood tracks and Zumba steps on Chammak Challo or Punjabi songs. Sometimes we add beats of Bhangra also in the latest Hindi party songs like Ladki Beautiful, Desi Look and lots more.

Apart from Zumba rhythms (Merengue, Cumbia, Reggaeton, Salsa, Belly Dance) I prefer Bollywood genre. And, it goes amicable too as the dance steps and the Latin/international rhythms that we use in Zumba fitness classes are sometimes unfamiliar to new students, and it can be intimidating to feel as though you’re the only person in the room who doesn’t know how to do the dance.

So, to connect people with dance and health, Zumba rhythms like cha-cha, soca, samba, etc. are not often heard in my classes.

Is there a niche group of Zumba like the early twenties or something?

No, there is no specification as such; Zumba is beneficial for all ages. Whether it’s a 50-year-old person or a 5-year old kid, every age group can do Zumba.

Any remarks for the people who want to pick Zumba as their career?

“Yeah! Go for it and you will surely love it because Zumba not only makes people happening but confident too. Zumba is not about being perfect; it’s about having fun and just moving your body the best you can to give yourself a lively personality.”

Shefali’s Dance and Fitness Studio - shefali jain

What are your plans relevant to Shefali’s Dance and Fitness Studio?

Just want to open more branches and want to take more certification courses in the field of dance and fitness both.  

Shefali! Wish you all the very best for your efforts and good luck with your plans relevant to your dance and fitness studio. To know more about Shefali and her Zumba classes, you can connect with her on social media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shefali.fitness/?fref=ts

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shefuj_/

You can also visit her website www.shefalijain.zumba.com .

You can also reach her through email: shefalijain.93@gmail.com.

Jaipur, which was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II, is the capital and the largest city of the Indian State of Rajasthan in Northern India. Jaipur has a total population of 3,073,350 out of which 78% are Hindus and in turn it is Marwari’s who dominate majority of the Hindu population. The Marwari or Marwadi are an Indian ethnic group that originates from Rajasthan region of India.  Many people from various Marwari castes migrated to distant states for business, agriculture and later became successful. The term “Marwari” caught on as a way to refer to a businessman from Marwar. It is rightly said that a Marwari is a true business man at heart and there are many Marwari’s who have emerged successfully as one.

Some Marwari businessmen who have touched exceeding heights in their businesses are:

1. Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal: 

Flipkart founders

Sachin Bansal is an Indian software engineer and internet entrepreneur originally from Chandigarh, is also a marwari businessmen. Similarly his business partner Binny Bansal is also from Chandigarh and from Marwari community. Both of them are the founder and CEO of the successful e-commerce company ‘Flipkart’. Flipkart was founded in 2007 and has its headquarters is in Singapore. In September 2015, both entered Forbes India Rich List debuting at the 86th position with a net worth of $1.3 billion each.

2. Mukesh Bansal:

mukesh bansal

Originally from Karnataka and educated at India Institute of Technology, Kanpur Mukesh Bansal is the founder and CEO of Myntra which is a leading e-commerce company of fashion and casual lifestyle. As of 25th April 2016, Myntra ranks as the top 4 startup for India in the Startup Ranking.

3. Rohit Bansal:

Rohit Bansal

Rohit Bansal is an Indian entrepreneur, cofounder and COO of e-commerce platform Snapdeal. Rohit was born in Punjab and belongs to the Marwari community. He got his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Indian Institute of Technology New Delhi.

4. Peeyush Bansal:

Peeyush Bansal

Peeyush Bansal is the founder of Lenskart and has completed his education from Indian Institute of Technology, Bangalore. Lenskart was founded by him in 2010 and since then is running rather successfully.

5. Manmohan Agarwal:

manmohan agarwal

Manmohan Agarwal basically from Delhi and a true Marwari businessmen has completed his studies from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He is the founder and CEO of Yebhi. It is an Indian online shopping e-commerce portal which was launched in year 2009. It won 5th Loyalty Awards which were presented by AIMIA.

6. Dinesh Agarwal:

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Dinesh Agarwal is an Indian entrepreneur, founder and CEO of IndiaMART, an online B2B marketplace in India. Born to a business family in India, Agarwal completed his high school from Maharaja Agrasen Vidyalaya Inter College, Lucknow. As of 2015, IndiaMART claimed to have 3 million suppliers listed on its website.

7. Bhavish Agarwal:

Bhavish Aggarwal

Bhavish Aggarwal is an Indian entrepreneur and founder of Ola Cabs. Aggarwal was born in Ludhiana, Punjab. Ola started as an online cab aggregator in Mumbai, now based out in Bangalore. Ola bagged Startup of The Year award in Economic Times Startup Awards 2015.

8. Gaurav Agarwal:

Marwari Businessmen

Saavari an online cab booking aggregator has been founded by Gaurav Agarwal. He completed his education from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.

9. Sandeep Agarwal:

Marwari Businessmen, Sandeep Agarwal

Sandeep Agarwal is the founder and CEO of shopclues.com. It is an online marketplace, headquartered in Gurgaon. It won India Best E-Commerce Site of the Year’ at Social Media Summit & Awards (2013), by Global Youth Marketing Forum.

10. Manu Agarwal:

mannu agarwal

Manu Agarwal is the founder of Naaptol. Naaptol is India’s leading online store. He launches this e-commerce company in 2008 and since then it is running successfully.

11. Ritesh Agarwal:

Ritesh agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal (born 16 November 1993) is an Indian entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of OYO Rooms. He started his business career at age 17. He is the first resident Indian to win the Thiel Fellowship. More recently, he was named by Forbes in its “30 under 30” list in the consumer tech sector.

12. Deepinder Goyal:

Deepinder Goyal

Deepinder Goyal is founder and CEO of Zomato.com. He completed his studies from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. Zomato is a restaurant search and discovery service founded in 2008. The company also provides cashless payment, online ordering, white-label apps, table reservation, and point-of-sale systems.

13. Ashish Goel:

Ashish Goel

Urban Ladder was started by Ashish Goel in 2012. Ashish Goel previously worked with McKinsey & Company and served as the COO of Amar Chitra Katha. He is a recipient of India’s National Award for the Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities 2010. He was awarded on 3 December 2010 by President of India Pratibha Patil in New Delhi. In 2015, he was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.

Jaipur Nightlife

Team JaipurCityBlog decided to capture life of people in Jaipur who are working all night to make our life more comfortable and no one talks about them. These workers make sure our routines work like clockwork. We decided to showcase and salute their hard work.

These activities we captured with our camera are in Jaipur between 1.00 am and 4.00 am, and the locations were durgapura, mansarovar, gopalpura bypass, badi chaupar, tonk road, malviya nagar etc. All necessary permissions were taken from appropriate authorities before capturing this photo series.

This photo series is a tribute to hard work and dedication of these people, capturing their lives when the city of Jaipur sleeps and the motive of this is to make people realize that these are people who are working day and night just to make our lives much more comfortable, we find the packet of milk, newspaper etc, when we wake up early at morning. But, we’re too busy in our lives to acknowledge the back story so as to how it happened.

Changing our sleep cycle was the first step towards understanding their mind-set at that particular hour. Most of subjects didn’t sleep more than three hours a day, and yet remained mentally healthy. Their efficiency and discipline is something that has always inspired us and then we thought, why not go out for rounds to shoot them, and promote their professions that most of us are unaware of.

The reason we did not stop waking up every day, and go for the shoot is because,”We knew these guys were waking up before most of us, worked harder than most of us and were the family bread winners.
So, this series is a tribute to all these unsung heroes.”

Here are photos of Jaipur Night life – When Jaipur Sleeps

Jaipur Police

Jaipur Police working everyday, every night to ensure the safety of people of the City, A big salute to them.
Location : Mansarovar, Jaipur
Time : 1.15 am

Watchman in jaipur

Location : Durgapura
Time : 1.30 am

Jaipur Night life

Location : Badi Chaupar (Metro Construction)
Time : 1.45 am

Jaipur Metro

Jaipur Metro construction site city area
Time : 2.30 am
Location : Badi Chaupar

Jaipur Nightlife

“I’m working every night just to earn few bucks and serve my family with meals.”
Location : Main city area
Time : 2.45 am

Jaipur Night life, Nightlife in jaipur

“Swachh Bharat Mission” – A waste picker along with his wife, collecting waste at 3 am opposite Gaurav Tower in malviya nagar, Jaipur.
Location : Gaurav Tower
Time : 3.15 am

newspaper hawker in jaipur

There are many newspaper hawker who work hard to ensure we get our newspapers at our doorsteps before we wake up every morning. Massive respect for them.
Location : Gopalpura Bypass
Time : 3.45 am

Jaipur nightlife

Location : Gopalpura
Time : 4.00 am

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Don’t reproduce any picture without permission and credits.

Pictures by : Dixit Chouhan (JaipurCityBlog)


Dost Arora is a very talented self-taught multi instrumentalist, beat boxer and composer from Jaipur who performs on more than 35 instruments, by the name Dost Arora One Man Orchestra. He is an ex topper of the commerce division of APS Jaipur, he also holds a masters degree in economics and is also php web developer, though now he is a professional musician.

His musicial achievements: Performed at Dubai Yoga Festival, Abu Dhabi festival, performed in Poland at a private wedding of one of admirers of his music.
Even nationally he has performed at: Art Of Living function where Sri Sri Ravi Shankar was also invited, Iskcon temple Jaipur, Iskcon Bhajan Sandhya in Dubai. He also performed at many NGOs for fund raising events like Aashray working for animal rights at Hotel Clarks Amer in Jaipur.
He has been appreciated by BBC music journalist Ashanti Omkar based in London and best selling author and artist Amulya Malladi based in Denmark. Nationally he has been appreciated by Santoor legend Pt Shiv Kumar Sharma, lyricist Prasoon Joshi and popular journalists like Arnab Goswami and Rajat Sharma.

In the end of December 2015 he released video where we can see not only talent and unbelievable skills of this artist on different instruments (both Indian and western) but also beautiful places and views of Jaipur.

After completing his economics hons and masters in economics, He was placed and he worked at KPMG it has been only three years since he decided to get into music professionally, so this is just beginning!

We are writing this blog to appreciate his talent on the occasion of his Birthday.. Wish you a very Happy Birthday Dost Arora from Team JaipurCityBlog and Agnieszka Ważna.

Here is a video of Dost Arora – One Man Orchestra performing at Jaipur

12 different instruments and music styles of the world in one video played by 1 musician !!!

Share if you also believe we can spread love and unity through music and culture.

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Story of Ankahi – The Band

Ankahi, the band started it’s journey in 2011. Akash was already  playing  guitar in Jaipur with other music bands by that time.
It is then, when Aditya ( Vocalist ) realized his inclination towards singing and started jamming sessions with Akash, who happened to be aditya’s neighbour.
They were looking for musicians with same taste and eventually got in touch with somesh (Aditya’s classmate) and shaino ( Drummer) , thus, the band was formed.

The band started participating in band competitions happening across Jaipur . They had been winners for consecutively two years at clash of bands at SKIT, Jaipur.

Ankahi – the band, have been winners in band competitions happening at GIT, Maharshi Arvind, IIMET to name a few.
They also did an opening act for the pakistani band “Raeth” at BITS jaipur.
Meanwhile they did a cover of “Abhi Mujh Mein Kahin ” on youtube and got noticed by people at HP India and was selected along with 11 other youtubers all over india, which gave them a chance to be mentored by the biggies of youtube including AIB , TVF and Kurt Hugo Schneider to name a few. They were the finalists of HP Bend the Rules contest. Also, they were the winners of motorola motospotlight contest and got the chance to share the stage with “The Local Train”.


The members of the band are not full time musicians and are committed to other priorities due to which they don’t prefer doing live shows . But it is the love for music which holds them together and despite all the odds they don’t miss the chance to practice and play music because they believe that it is that one extra percent effort which matters.
The band has been releasing youtube covers lately and plans to release it’s first original “Ankahi Ye Kahani ” by the end of this year.

GENRE : Hindi rock , punk , folk punk , pop

Members of Ankahi – The Band

Aditya Khandelwal – Vocalist of the band . A software engineer and currently going for mba at KJ somaiya , mumbai.
Akash Manghnani – Lead/Rhythm Guitarist of the band . An MBA and a music tutor.
Somesh Srivastava – Lead/Rhythm Guitarist of the band. A software engineer and running his own startup.
Shaino Thomas – Drummer of the band .  An MBA and working in HDFC bank.

Click here to check out their more videos

Connect with Ankahi :

Facebook : www.facebook.com/ankahiband
Instagram : @ankahibandofficialMusic In Jaipur

Asar is a short documentary by students of Manipal University Jaipur, throwing light on the economical changes in the life of the people of Dahmi Kalan after the establishment of Manipal University.
It features small interviews of people in and around the village whose life has been changed due to new opportunities that opened up as a result of the university.
Asar is filmed by Lokesh Somani, Mohit R. Dhanjani, Rahul Gupta, Ashreya Patial and Ajay Vikrant Singh Sambyal, who all are first year students of Journalism and Mass Communication (Manipal University Jaipur). The documentary was made under the guidance of Dr. Oinam Bedajit (Asst. Prof.) and produced by JMC department of the university.
Asar is an entirely “locally produced” documentary. The music features the local Algoza player, Bajrang Singh from the village and the rapper, Priyansh Chaturvedi (FatKrrent) from the university.


Manipal University Jaipur

Manipal University Jaipur. PC : Aravind Pisapati

Manipal University Jaipur

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Manipal University Jaipur

PC : Aravind Pisapati

Brunel University London

Ranjit Singh Rathore, President of Brunel University London

THE VOICE OF BETTER CHANGE – Brunel University London

Brunel University London held their 47th Student Union Elections from the 7th-11th March, with positions open for nominations in order to empower the student voice within the administration of the establishment.

With a student body of over 15,000 students, the campus was overhauled with campaign teams expressing their candidate’s manifesto points. From banners to slogans and t-shirts to posters, students were out in force to gain the support of their peers.

Brunel University London is currently ranked 15th for having one of the largest cohorts of international students in the world. Ranjeet Singh Rathore ran for the position of International Students Chair, and when results were released on Friday, he came to success with over double the votes of his standing opponent. With the position in hand, he will now go on to represent all international students at Brunel University; which covers 80% of the current student population.

He won the elections with the support of his intercontinental campaign team, which included Ayesha Khan (from England), Arsalan Umrani (from Pakistan), Sengi Yuy (from Russia), Assad Saeed (from England) and Shahbano Sherazi (from Canada).

Ranjeet promises to host more multicultural social nights for students, as well as extending the Brunel Buddy scheme which helps to integrate students into both the academic and social life in the United Kingdom.  He was also chosen by his fellow students as his manifesto promised for an improvement of university services as well as accommodation. He also endeavours to set up an international’s student committee in order to represent the under-represented and remove cultural barriers that currently stand.

Ranjeet went to London for his graduation in 2015 and won hearts of the international students who helped him in his election campaign. Ranjeet’s family and friends are extremely proud of his success and wish him luck.

Brunel University London

Ranjit taking a selfie with mayor of London

Welcome to jaipur

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Welcome to Jaipur, the Pink City! The land of literature, forts, lakes and an amazing tourist destination.

This rhyming poem ‘Welcome to Jaipur’ was written for JaipurCityBlog by Harish Satwani.


Jaipur, founded in 1727
Its cultural, it is heaven..

Land of literature , land of past
No discrimination on races and cast

Here is heritage, here is history
Forts , ponds , lakes and mystery

Nahargarh is situated at heights
Seems Mesmerising in late nights

Technically jaipur is quite good…
We live happily with brotherhood..

In terms of tourism , jaipur is nice

Kingdom was brilliant, kings were wise…

Designed the city according the needs…
They were trees and we were seeds..

Flower show at jal mahal mesmerise the looks..
Jlf promotes writing and books

Metro specifies jaipur developing..
Here fort speaks and nature sings..


Poem by Harish Satwani from Jaipur, Rajasthan.

We request you to write your valuable feedback in the comments section below 🙂
Also Read my previous poem : Poem on Jaipur that will describe almost everything about PinkCity


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