My Favourite Place

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Jaipur- the Pink City has always been a special place for me. It has been like a second home to me whether it was travelling to my aunt’s place during our summer vacations or a school trip to Rajasthan - Jaipur has always been my first choice. The city’s colourful, chaotic streets flow with an aromatic infusion of old and new. For a lot of people Jaipur is only an enthralling historical city, but I would say this city has a lot more to offer than just beautiful palaces and magnificent forts. Especially for all the foodies Jaipur is one place where you can get the best of both worlds, whether you want to enjoy a traditional dining experience or a lavish fine dining experience. Whether you’re craving for dal bati churma, laal maas, kachoris or…show more content…
It has been a mirror of Rajasthani culture, capturing the spirit of a typical Rajasthani village. You can spend your day here experiencing different aspects of rustic village. It is away from the hustle of the city and you are always welcomed here with a smile and a ‘Khamma Ghani’, a greeting in Marwari. From camel rides to mud houses, from folk music and dance to puppet shows conveying Indian folklore, this place has it all. The dining halls also catch your eye specially ‘Chaupad Jeeman Ghar’. Chaupad is an ancient board game that was common among the Royal families. The Chaupad Jeeman Ghar is also shaped in form of the Chaupad-four rows meeting in the center. Food is served here on a leaf platter in the tradition of ‘Manuhaar’ which means they keep on serving you until you are satisfied. After enjoying an authentic Rajasthani meal you can head towards the live entertainment of folk dance and music. Ghoomer is the traditional folk dance of Rajasthan. It is one of the best places to visit during your vacation to Jaipur, just to enjoy a day away from the chaos of the…show more content…
Situated at M.I Road this restaurant has become an integral part of Jaipur’s famous food joints. It offers a great variety of non-vegetarian dishes as well as vegetarian dishes. You should also try the ‘jungli maas’ here-another famous Rajasthani dish. • Natraj: If you are tired of shopping at Bapu Bazaar and need a break you should try this restaurant just few minutes away from Bapu Bazaar. It offers different variety of cuisines-chinese, continental, indian, but the best thing to try here is the Rajasthani Thali. • Shri Thaal Village: If you are too lazy to travel all the way to Chokhi Dhaani but still want to enjoy authentic Rajasthani meal in a traditional way, you should try this restaurant in Vaishali Nagar. It has the ambience of a typical Indian rustic village. Best dish here is the Daal Bati Churma. • Laxmi Misthaan Bhandar: Popularly known as ‘LMT’ this place is famous for its sweets, specially the Ghevar. You will atleast take ten to fifteen minutes to decide what do you want to buy. It also has a adjoining restaurant that offers variety of vegetarian

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