Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is referred to as the “Pink City.” Every event in Jaipur is celebrated in a distinctive way. Due to its vibrancy and passion for each festival, Rajasthan is also known as “Rangeelo Rajasthan.” The people of Jaipur decorate their homes with vibrant flowers during Holi and create rangolis outside their front doors. Not just the house, but the entire city is tastefully designed.
Visitors can see Jaipur decked out in vibrant colours and ornamental goods when they arrive during this time. People prepare a variety of sweets, including Papdi, Gujiya, sweet Shakarpara, and many other delectable foods. When they purchase watercolours, Gulaal or dry colours, and pichkaris for their Holi celebrations, both young and old people are excited and enthusiastic.
Holi Dahan and Colour Holi in Jaipur
The two-day festival of Holi is known as Dhulandi on the second day, when people play with colour. The first day is known as Holika Dahan. People light bonfires on Holika Dahan as a representation of burning Holika and driving evil from the planet. People revere bonfires because they think they may banish evil from their homes and lives and that doing so will bring them prosperity.
People play with colours with their friends and family on the second day. In Jaipur, there are numerous Holi celebrations where people can get together and play with someone they may not even know. There are numerous trip packages available that mention Holi celebrations in Jaipur.