Jaipur. This friday to all week new releases going to hit the box office with FRANKENSTEIN 3D.
I, FRANKENSTEIN 3D (ENG) ()
FROZEN 3D (ENG) (U)
DEDH ISHQIYA (HINDI) (U/A)
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (ENG) (A)
ONE BY TWO (HINDI) (U/A)
JAI HO (HINDI) (U/A)
AMERICAN HUSTLE (ENG) (A)
Jaipur 29 January: Nainsukh’s early paintings had a distinct Mughal influence as can be seen in his series of Falcon paintings. This series of paintings form the early part of the renowned pahari painters work said John Seyller, Professor of Art History at the University of Vermont in the USA. He was giving a visual-lecture today at the City Palace under the aegis of Gunijankhana (Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh Jaipur Museum Society). The event was attended by art lovers, architects and painters.
Seyller further said that the falcon paintings are now understood to be among the earliest works in Nainsukh’s long career, and set the stage for his still greater absorption of Mughal effects in the 1740’s. The Director of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum Trust, Mr. Yunus Khimani said that this is the first of the series of such lectures being organized by ‘Gunijankhana'.
Jaipur. The three day Kumbhalgarh festival started off today by paying homage to the erstwhile ruler Maharana Kumbha, a love of arts and music. The day started off with colourful presentation by folk artistes of Rajasthan.
Lal Aangi Gair from Barmer, Chakri from Bara, Kacchi Ghodi, Kalbeliya were major attractions for the tourists who also danced with the artistes.
Another interesting feature was the turban tying competition for the tourists in which both the foreign and Indian tourists participated and enjoyed the competition. Many tourists also got henna applied on their hands. In the evening will be the cultural performances.
In the evening the fort will come alive with not only the sound and light Show but also the cultural dance performances. Today there will be Bharatnatyam by Priya Venktaraman; on 29 January Bhojpuri folk songs by Malini Awasthi and on 30 January Rajasthani folk dances and music from 7 pm onwards.
जयपुर. महाराजा सवाई मानसिंह विद्यालय ने 65 वाँ गणतंत्र दिवस हर्षोल्लास के साथ मनाया। इस सुअवसर पर विद्यालय की प्राचार्य ने चारों सदनों (एकलव्य, भरत, प्रहलाद और श्रवण) की मार्चिंग का अवलोकन किया।
इस अवसर मुख्य अतिथि शषी वर्मा (संस्कृत अध्यापिका) ने देषभक्ति से ओत प्रोत जोष पूर्ण भाषण देकर विद्यार्थियों को देष की गरिमा से परिचित कराया। कार्यक्रम में अंत में विभिन्न कार्यों में श्रेष्ठ विद्यार्थियों को पारितोषक प्रदान किया गया तथा मिठाई वितरण के साथ कार्यक्रम का समापन किया गया।
Jaipur, January 25: On the occasion of India Tourism Day, a new Coffee Table Book 'Soul of Rajasthan' has been released at Jaipur's fine dining restaurant 'The Forresta' Kitchen & Bar. The photographs in the book are by Mr. Gaurav Hajela, a well known photographer and Managing Director Pathfynder Solutions.
This book is a beautiful journey that takes you through different faces of Rajasthan. With each page that you turn, you get closer to this colourful land that talks about royalty, heritage, cuisines, festivals, forts, palaces, pilgrimage and other main attractions. The smart-looking publication offers you a wonderful experience through the brilliant photography and content that it encompasses, reflecting Rajasthan in a totally different perspective.
"Whenever I would travel to different parts of Rajasthan and click photographs, I always dreamt of creating a book that will speak for itself ", says Gaurav Hajela. Having travelled Rajasthan extensively, Gaurav has been awarded in various photography competitions and has also published his work in the leading international magazines, travel websites, brochures and other publications.
The book Soul of Rajasthan has also been launched on social media and has its presence on Facebook, Instagram along with its own website. The copies of the book will be available in the leading retail stores and online subsequently. It will also have its own mobile app in a short time.
Pathfynder Solutions is a creative consultancy firm. Apart from handling several brands nationally and internationally, Pathfynder also owns the leading blog Rajasthan Tourism Buzz and Jaipur's one of the leading online magazines: Jaipur Beat.
Photo caption: Mr. Gaurav Hajela and Anisha Hajela releasing the Coffee Table Book 'Soul of Rajasthan' today in Jaipur.
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Jaipur, 25 January: The 3-day Annual Kumbhalgarh Festival will be held from 28 to 30 January, at the historic fort. It has been jointly organized by the Department of Tourism and District Administration of Rajsamand. It will be the venue of scintillating cultural performances at the important citadel of Mewar. The fort will come alive with not only the Sound and Light Show but also the creative backdrop for this special occasion.
On 28 January, there will be Bharatnatyam by Priya Venktaraman; on 29 January Bhojpuri folk songs by Malini Awasthi and on 30 January Rajasthani folk dances and music from 7 pm onwards. For the day events, a Heritage Fort Walk has also been organized on 27 January from 10 am while on 28 and 29 there will also be various competitions like turban tying, tug-of war, mehendi mandana among others from 11 am to 8 pm.
Located 84 kms north of Udaipur in the wilderness, Kumbhalgarh is the second most important citadel after Chittaurgarh in the Mewar region. Cradled in the Aravali Ranges the fort was built in the 15th century AD by Rana Kumbha. The inaccessibility and hostility of the topography lends a semblance of invincibility to the fort. It served the rulers of Mewar as a refuge in times of strife. The fort also served as refuge to the baby king Udai of Mewar. It is of immense sentimental significance for the people being the birthplace of Mewar's legendary king, Maharana Pratap.
पुलिस उपायुक्त यातायात श्री हैदर अली जैदी ने बताया कि प्रतिवर्ष की भांति इस वर्ष भी गणगौर माता की सवारी 30 एवं 31 मार्च को साय 6 पी.एम पर न...