Rajasthan Day Celebration in Jaipur. 2018.

Rajasthan, known as the largest state in the country by its area is celebrating the 69th formation day of the state on 30th March 2018. Formed on 30th March 1949, the state has 33 district and its capital is The Pink City Jaipur.

source: rajasthan tourism

The land of great history and royalty is celebrating its foundation day in the capital itself. Grand, traditional, historical and fun events are going to take place in the long festival happening in the name of Rajasthan Day Celebration in Jaipur. Bollywood Celebrities; Shankar Mahadevan, Leo Mendonsa and Ehsaan Noorani are the highlights of the festival as these are going to entertain the visitors with their music. Different events for different age groups are also a part of the festival. Events like musical concerts, harmonious religious prayers, captivating film festivals, musical night, marathons, army show and much more. Do visit this Grand Celebration to bring more enthusiasm in the crowd.

source: rajasthan tourism

The scheduling of the events is as follows:

EVENTS AND VENUE OF THE CELEBRATION

DATE

TIME EVENT

VENUE

17th March- 25thMarch 11:00am to 7:00pm Navras Jawahar Kala Kendra
18th March-21stMarch

 

4:00pm TecRush (Run for Technology) JLN Marg
4:00pm Sound And Light Show Jawahar Kala Kendra
18th March-1st April 6:30pm 8th Theater Olympic Ravindra Rang Manch
20th March-21st March 5:30pm Onwards Gangaur Procession Tripolia Gate
23rd March-30th March 4:00pm to 7:00pm Finals of Rural Sports Competitions SMS Stadium
24th March 7:00pm Swarag And Rubaru Band Masala Chowk
7:00pm Music In the Park (Tejendra Mazumdar on Sarod) Central Park
25th March 7:00pm Sajda Concert Masala Chowk
7:00pm Kathak Performances by Jaipur Kathak Kendra | Aseem Baudhe & Group Central Park
26th March 7:00pm Kathak Performances by Padma Vibhushan Pandit Birju Maharaj | Roshan Date & Group Masala Chowk
27th March 5:00pm to 9:30pm Rajasthan day Marathon (Mashal Run) All Divisional HQ
28th March 8:00am

 

Special Prayer-Shabd Kirtan, Prasadi Raja Park-Gurudwara

 

8:30am Swasti Vachan, Sahastrarchan & Maha Aarti Moti Dungri Ganesh Ji
11:00am to 6:00pm Opening ceremony of International Festival of Short Films on Culture & Tourism. Indralok Auditoriam
5:30pm onwards Opening Ceremony with lighting of Rajasthan Day Torch & Ceremonial Nagaras, followed by Police Tattoo show JDA Polo Ground
6:30pm onwards 8th Theatre Olympic-2018 – Mirza Sahiban Ravindra Rang Manch
29th March 6:00am onwards Cycle Marathon Albert Hall to Jawahar Circle
8:30am Poojan Aarti, Bhaktamar Strot Path Durgapura Jain Temple
9:00am to 11:30am Manglashasan, Dehri Pujan, Mahasankirtan, Ras Lehri Shri Govind Dev Ji Temple
9:00am to 5:00pm Children’s Film Festival Inox, Crystal Palm. Sahkar Marg.
10:00am to 6:00pm International    Festival of Short Films on Culture & Tourism Indralok Auditorium
4:00pm Qwwalli and offering Chadar & flowers Dargah- Char Darwaja
5:00pm to 6:30pm Army Show JDA Polo Ground
6:30pm onwards 8th Theatre Olympic-2018 – Bhagwadjjukeeyam Ravindra Rang Manch
7:00pm Onwards Mega Evening Concert – Shankar, Ehsaan & Loy Albert Hall
30th March 9:00am to 5:00pm Children’s Film Festival Inox, Crystal Palm, Sahkar Marg.
11:00am Khetrapal Pujan & Archan (Pradesh Ki Raksha Hetu) Khole ke Hanuman Ji, Temple
11:00am onwards Closing Ceremony of International Festival of Short Films on Culture & Tourism Indralok Auditorium
6:30pm Onwards 8th Theatre Olympic-2018 – Satya Harish Chandra (Nautanki) Ravindra Rang Manch
6:30pm Onwards Grand Closing Ceremony Vidhansabha, Janpath

 

How to reach Jaipur ?

1. Flight:-  

Jaipur International Airport offers regular service to major cities in India. All major airlines have direct flights to Jaipur from New Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad, Goa, Ahmedabad and Indore.

2. Train:- 

Indian Railways is a good source of transportation because it offers different trains at different times and its easy for the people to catch a train on the basis of their routine. So you can board a train from anywhere because the railways has connected every city to another one.

3. Road trip:- 

Who doesn’t love driving to different places ? Visitors living nearby the capital can drive as per their convenience and come to the grand festival to enjoy the aura.

Major cities that are situated nearby Jaipur have a distance so less that people can attend the festival easily.

Agra: 232 km
Ahmedabad: 657 km
Chandigarh: 496 km
Delhi: 258 km
Indore: 647 km
Mumbai: 1202 km
Rohtak: 329 km

The celebration is going to be huge and fun. See you guys around.

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