New Year plans are all we can think about in December. Which destination to hop on for a year-end holiday? Or what is new in the city that we can try? Well, Rajasthan has got you covered. With their list of cultural festivals, you can try something new instead of the usual safaris. Read further to know about the cultural festivals in Rajasthan in January that you can add to your bucket list.
Cultural Festivals In Rajasthan To Add To Your Bucket List
1. Bikaner Camel Festival
The annual Bikaner Camel Festival is an initiative of the Government of Rajasthan for promoting tourism and business. Camels are decked up in colourful clothes and traditional jewellery. Moreover, there are exhibitions of local arts and sweets made of camel milk. It is a two-day festival where the focus is on the rearing and breeding of camels.
Where: Bikaner, Rajasthan
When: 11th -12th January, 2023
Cost: Free Entry
2. Jaipur International Film Festival(JIFF)
The 15th Jaipur International Festival 2023 is the most awaited annual film festival. The screenings of incredible films that are exceptionally artistic take place here. Besides, there are various workshops and seminars you can visit. There is also a meet and greet for the film producers. It is a wonderful opportunity for students as well as film enthusiasts.
Where: Inox, GT Central, JLN Road, Jaipur
When: 7th – 10th January 2023, 10:00 am -10:00 pm daily.
Cost: ₹1,000 (Registration)
3. Jaipur Literature Festival
The Jaipur Literature Festival is also an annual festival in Rajasthan. Here, you can witness writers and publishers share their journeys and wisdom with spectators. If you are a book lover, this festival has exhibitions and book shops where you can shop your heart out. Besides, you can enjoy a variety of food and explore the heritage of Jaipur. Their website has all kinds of packages for you to choose from.
Where: Hotel Clarks Amer, Jaipur
When: 19th – 23rd January, 2023
Cost: Starts at ₹200
So, clear your schedule, book your tickets and enjoy these events and festivities in Rajasthan.
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