Kite Festival Kites of different sizes and designs with the sky above. The Jaipur Jal Mahal lake fields will be filled Jan 14 for second annual Jaipur Kite Festival celebrated on 14 January every year, the day of Makar Sankranti.
Turnout from the first Kite Festival in long time ago was so good that it was an obvious decision to hold it again this year.
It’s a fun event for people of all ages. “The families, friends and everybody just really seems to enjoy it. There were smiles on everyone’s faces (last year),” they said.
The festivities at the event include giant show kites and precision stunt kite demonstrations by the Club, some choreographed kite tricks set to music and candy drops from kites, Thompson said. They said the festival will be very similar to last year.
The Jaipur Club will be serving sandwich and Pani puri for the festival and kites will be for sale..
So even if someone doesn’t own a kite before the festival, he or she can buy one that day.
“There’s just all sorts of fun stuff for all ages.”
They also recommends that attendees bring chairs, blankets, sunglasses, umbrellas and their kites with them to the festival grounds.
The International Kite Festivals, Jaipur is one of the most- attended festivals in Rajasthan. The most colorful festival of Rajasthan provides unlimited fun and frolic.
The International Kite Festivals, Jaipur is one of the most – attended festivals in Rajasthan. The most colorful festival of Rajasthan provides unlimited fun and frolic.
In conclusion, Kite festivals are an important aspect of Rajasthan tour and Travels.