Jaipur

Are you wishing to go on a ride through myriad cultures around the world? Then, Jaipur Dolls Museum, with its wide range of unique artifacts, deserves all your attention. Displaying a variety of dolls representing multiple countries and cultures, the museum presents embellished models and statuettes. Not just their different costumes, the detailed accessories adorning the dolls will leave you absolutely enamored of them.

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With a noticeable sharp decline in the rate of coronavirus infection in Rajasthan, the Chief Minister, on Monday, issued orders to lift the night curfew clamping state capital Jaipur and 12 other districts. Meanwhile, the cost of RT-PCR covid tests has also been reduced to ₹500, from the earlier ₹800 as cases are now emerging at a staggering rate in the state. Other relaxations have also been offered to districts in a graded, phased manner, however, the CM has stressed that it would be necessary to abide by the other health protocols to further curb the infection.

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Jaipur's Kumarappa National Handmade Paper Institute has devised a technology to manufacture low-cost distemper and emulsion from cow-dung. The idea of the project was conceived in March 2020 after which the institute worked on its implementation and has now grown to have an operational production capacity of 1500 litres of the paints in a day.

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Have your new year vibes given up to the monotony of life already? Or, are you fed up with the uncertain times moving slowly through the pandemic? Then, light up your spirits for we know what you want! After your crazy laughter went on an uninformed vacation a long time ago, we know that your heart has been craving for an evening of exuberance, and comedian Abhishek Walia is coming to Jaipur with his brand new show, just to take care of that!

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Claiming to be an evening that would twist the obnoxious Kalesh in everyone's life into a laugh ride, the event promises to entertain its attendees with a live roast performance. The 1.5 hours long show would tickle its audience with the wittiest insights from the most usual experiences of life.

After winning The Great Indian Laughter Challenge Season 5, Abhishek Walia has made it to the hearts of young people across the country. A University of Delhi Alumnus with a history of working as an analyst and a trained anchor too, Abhishek has worked in a lot of fields before finally realising what his calling was. Having garnered millions of views on his roast acts available online, the artist shines bright in the Indian comedy circle.

For long we have been hooked to our youtube screens for all our doses of laughter amidst the lockdown and an outing like this, will surely provide for a fresh change for the head and the heart.

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Whether you are thinking of clearing your mind or dreaming of a memorable fun-time with your bae, this event definitely deserves your attention. To book your spots in the room of giggles and chuckles, find tickets here.

When: 6th February, 6 PM onwards

Where: L.O.L Cafe, Ashok Nagar Jaipur.

Fascinated by the marvellous architecture and culture of the historic city, tourists in Jaipur often lose out on exploring the mystifying deserts around it. To their rescue, comes Jaipur`s first-ever desert park, an innovative venture by the city development authority. Instituted in August 2016, Kishan Bagh may open its doors to visitors anytime soon as the works by the JDA and the forest department are nearing completion.

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Since Rajasthan has been a preferred destination for a bunch of filmmakers from both the Bollywood and Hollywood industry, the government is now shifting its focus to a digital model, to provide for a glitch-free experience for those who are into making films. With an aim to facilitate 'ease of doing business', the government has introduced revised film shooting permits and a digital application service, which would help to rediscover Rajasthan's heritage, culture and locales. This facility has also been extended to travel companies and safari operators.

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In a bid to assist the state's industries in becoming competitive, the Rajasthan government has committed itself to facilitate 'ease of doing business'. The state government has initiated a single-window system in which officials from 14 departments are providing permissions in 100 different areas related to industries. MSMEs can seek for related permissions through this online portal without having to physically visit different offices.

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With the release of a circular dated 15th January, the state's home department has extended the existing night curfews in Jaipur and the other 12 districts of Rajasthan till further notice. While the provisions of the last order regarding caution and containment are being continued, the state government's recent decision to open schools, higher education institutes, coaching centres and medical colleges will remain to be in place.

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Back in December, Jaipur's first electric train had successfully completed its journey to Prayagraj, after being flagged off from the Jaipur Junction railway station and officially, this e-train had marked the initiation of operations on the city's electric track. Now, electric trains are slated to run from the Pink City to Udaipur and Rishikesh from January 16 and the authorities of North Western Railway zone are gearing up for it.

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Amongst the most precious gems of Jaipur's architectural brilliance is Galtaji, located on the periphery of the majestic city. At a distance of 10-km from Jaipur, Galtaji comprises of a string of temples and shrines dating back to prehistoric times. A natural spring appears at the most elevated area of the complex, which fills 7 holy kunds during its descent. Believed to be perennially filled with water, Galta Kund is the most revered of all and attracts a humongous count of worshippers on Makar Sankranti for an auspicious bath.

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As a step towards revamping the state capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur Development Authority is working towards a beautification project with an aim to increase the city's green cover. According to reports, the stated proposal would cost an amount of over 4.3 crores. The objectives of the project are focused towards better maintenance of parks and adorning the medians of major streets and roads.

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