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Jaipur's sepia-tinted history fades as its last street photographer struggles to make ends meet!

Once a favourite amongst tourists from across the globe, Tikam Chand Pahari, along with his 150-year-old vintage camera, is now struggling to find customers. Like most people, this third-generation photographer was affected by the pandemic as street photography, the main source of his livelihood took a blow amid COVID-induced travel restrictions and lockdowns. Read on to traverse the journey of the oldest standing street photographer in the Pink City.

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Attention shopaholics! Head out to THIS market in Jaipur for a power-packed haggling session

The first thought that pops up in our mind when we think of Jaipur, is of its massive forts and royal palaces but there's more to the city than its expansive monuments! Home to some of the finest and unique handicraft items, the markets of the Pink City are unavoidable for anyone who plans a visit to this city.

Among the many local marts and fancy malls, Tripolia Bazar is one of the busiest and oldest markets in the city and is a treat for shopaholics. Sandwiched between Manak Chowk and Chhoti Chaupar and famous for its traditional lac bangles, bandini fabric, rugs and many other handicraft items, this market offers tourists a closer look at the authentic Rajasthani culture.

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Showcasing more than just movies, THIS movie theatre in Jaipur has scripted a history of its own!

Beyond the boundary of traditional cinema halls, Raj Mandir Cinema, designed by architect W. M. Namjoshi, is known for its grandiose as well as opulent and meringue-styled interiors. A brainchild of Mr. Mehtab Chandra Golcha, this gem of Jaipur allures cinema-goers like no other! This film theatre offers the perfect setting for an indulgent Bollywood experience and even if you're not a B'wood fanatic, you've gotta be here to witness its magnificence.

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Mumbai & Jaipur amid top 10 most searched domestic destinations in India, says survey

The travel and tourism industry has fallen prey to the pandemic-induced lockdowns and curfews in the entire country. But with the passing of time, people are settling with the 'new normal' and moving towards travelling domestically as well as abroad. According to a research by Booking.com, Maharashtra's Mumbai and Lonavala alongside Rajasthan's Jaipur and Udaipur, are among the top 10 most searched domestic vacation destinations in India.

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Pamper your palate at THIS chowk in Jaipur without burning a hole in your pockets!

Imagine not having to travel all throughout Rajasthan, to experience the diversity of its cuisine and instead, just heading to a single spot, to cater to your cravings. Sounds unreal, we know but it is actually true!

Masala Chowk in Jaipur, has assembled the outlets of the city's famous eateries, under the ambit of an outdoor setting. With an entry fee of ₹10, this open-air food court is sure to spoil foodies with choices. One can indulge in the flavourful authentic Rajasthani dal baati churma, devour bajre ki roti with rich curries or sweeten things up with fusion ice creams at this locale. Read on to find out more about this grub hub!

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