Monday, 13 October 2014

Lokrang - Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur


21st Lokrang Started from 9th Oct 2014 with the performances of more than 150 Dancers and Musicians. It is a 11 day yearly festival which take place at Jawahar Kala Kendra. This year More than 1200 Performers from 26 states will participate and present their folk dance and music from all around India in these 11 Days. It is best place to have a look at the different Folk Dances and Vivid Culture of India at one place. Folk Dancers from around the India assemble here and give their Performances and you can even get some tips on dancing when they are off stage. The Performances start from 7 in the evening and goes till 9 p.m. Below is the Gallery where you can have the Glimpses of Performances of 21st Lokrang 2014, Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Approx Dates of 22nd Lokrang 2015 are 28 October to 7 November 2015.

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Thursday, 25 September 2014

Our Jaipur Photography School

Our Jaipur Photography School is founded by Art Photographer Manav Singhi, the concept of Our Jaipur Photography School is to provide complete and thorough training in photography and full support not just while the course is going on but for a lifetime. This is probably the only course which is based on the contents and not just the duration. Which means, making you a photographer is a commitment, whatever time it may take. It is not a training program, where you need to bother about, how many sessions you have attended and about the duration of course. In the unlikely case that we are unable to make you understand a particular topic, we would continue with the same, till you are confident. So, you may cover up the course contents at a faster or slower pace as per your own capabilities. 

The number of students is also restricted in one group, enabling individual attention. In the success of our students lies our success. So, go ahead and unleash your passion for photography.

Broadly speaking the training involves the following parameters during your Course.

Direct Training - Learn directly from Our Mentors and Guest Lecturers who are specialized in their respective fields. Through their practical and interactive sessions at the field or lab you can learn a lot about any particular subject.

Online Interaction - Feedback and interaction is important. Besides direct discussions at the academy. You will be always in touch through this online forum. Post images and questions and get comments and answers directly from Our Mentors. 

Highlights - Content based training program - the training ends only when you are confident enough to handle everything on your own.

Well equipped studio infrastructure - get hands on experience with professional studio lights and other equipments.

Complete guidance - From buying a camera to setting up a studio and a successful career (Job Placement Assistance).

We have just one course No Basic No Advance just this one complete course and We have planned this course in a way which will going to make you an all Rounder Photographer. Photography is a practical subject so just theory will not going to help anyone cause its human tendency that when you don’t do practically something yourself you tend to forget it easily. We have planned more of the Practical sessions in Studio and on the field so that student can click what they had learned and can resolve any query on the spot.

Monday, 22 September 2014

Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur


Albert Hall Museum is a museum in Jaipur city. Albert Hall is the oldest museum of the Rajasthan and functions as the State museum. The building is located in Ram Niwas Garden outside the walled city opposite New gate or Chaura Rasta. The foundation stone of Albert Hall was laid by Albert Edward The Prince of Wales on 6 February 1876 and from there only Abert Hall got its name. The building was designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob and it is a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. Maharaja Ram Singh initially wanted this building to be a town hall, but his successor, Madho Singh II approved it as a Museum by the suggestion of Dr. Thomas Holbein Hendley 

The artefacts that had been collected from several parts of India and from around the World, were merged and shifted to the Albert hall Museum. The Albert Hall was completed and was opened for public in 1887 as a museum. The museum has a rich collection of artefacts like paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, colourful crystal works etc. Albert Hall is a very picturistic place from inside and outside both. I will Highly Recommend this place for all the Tourists who visit India and jaipur.

Saturday, 2 August 2014

Teej Festival - 2014 Jaipur.

Teej Festival is celebrated Two days for which Thousands of Tourists from all around the World gather in Jaipur to Celebrate Teej and to also witness A royal and colourful procession which is taken out in Old Jaipur City it is commonly known as "Teej Maata Ki Savari". Procession Starts from Tripolia Gate at around 6PM. The procession Includes Performance from many Rajasthani folk artists, many kind of decorated animals, music band and at the last of procession the Idol of Teej Mata with the covered canopy Comes in the View.

Dates for Teej Festival 2015 - 17th -18th August

Monday, 2 June 2014

OurJaipur Photography Competition


Congratulations Subal Soral Your Photograph “Flying Pigeons” at Albert Hall, Jaipur. is selected as the best entry for the Month of May in OurJaipur Photography Competition. Subal Soral you are the Winner of this month’s 1000Rs Gift Voucher .. . . :) The second best entry in the Competition was “Hawa Mahal” by Ashish Garg, It was a very tough call for Judges. Sorry Ashish Garg better luck next time.
Below are few of the interesting entries for the Month of May.

Sunday, 25 May 2014

Central Park, Jaipur.

Central Park is the Biggiest Park in Jaipur which is located in the center of Jaipur. It has a Lush green beautiful garden with many kinds of flora and fauna. It has approx 5km long Jogging and Walking track. Rambagh Polo Ground and Golf Club are also Part of Central Park. Central Park is also used to organise many kind of Musical Events and Festivals.

Thursday, 20 February 2014

NaharGarh Fort, Jaipur, Rajasthan.


NaharGarh Fort is at approx 700feet high from city level on the edge of Aravalli hill offering a breath taking view of the Pink City Jaipur. Nahargarh Fort of Rajasthan is the first of the three forts built by Maharaja Jai Sawai Singh of Jaipur in Rajasthan. Along with Amber Fort and Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh once formed a strong defence ring for the city. The fort was originally named Sudarshangarh, but it became known as NaharGarh, which means 'Abode of Tigers'. The beauty of the place is so refreshing that it remains fresh in the memory for a long time. In this post instead of putting simple photographs I gave them the Painting effect Cause whenever I go at NaharGarh Fort I feel like I am living in a Painting created in History by the colors of Romance.

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Jaipur Literature Festival - 2015

Dates for Jaipur Literature Festival 2015 are 21st to 25th January 2015. For Registrations at JLF 2015 Check this link http://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/registration/

The ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival to host a world-class cast of literary stars for 
dialogue, discussion and debate at ZEE JLF 2015
- Literary heavyweights and debut novelists to share the stage in Jaipur -
- Jaipur BookMark returns following a triumphant debut in the last edition-
- Unique and diverse range of Indian and global languages present at the Festival -
- Press Registration opens today -
DELHI, September 9 2014 – The ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, the world’s largest free literary festival, today announced the first line up of 77 authors set to participate in the 2015 event. Taking place from 21-25 January 2015 at the historic Diggi Palace, Jaipur, the eighth edition of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival will see Nobel Laureate Sir. V. S. Naipaul, 2013 Man Book Prize Winner Eleanor Catton, acclaimed novelist Hanif Kureishi and celebrated American travel writer Paul Theroux take center-stage along with some of India’s leading authors, including prominent Hindi poet Kedarnath Singh, current Man Booker Prize nominee Neel Mukherjee, best-selling novelist Amish Tripathi and celebrated author and translator Arshia Sattar, as well as internationally loved German children’s author Cornelia Funke.

The 2015 Festival will have a number of themes running through the various sessions and panel discussions on all the five days. There will be a strong emphasis on poetry, as well as celebrating South Asia through all genres of writing and a particular strand of sessions which will showcase and celebrate the rich literature of the Seven Sister States of North-East India. Following on from the popular theme of Crime and Punishment at last year’s ZEE JLF, this January’s festival will look at writing associated with The Seven Deadly Sins, as well as continuing a second strand of the celebrated Women Uninterrupted series.

After its successful debut at the 2014 Festival, the Jaipur BookMark will return for a second edition, taking place at Narain Niwas on 21 and 22 January 2015. The b2b platform is a place for the global publishing community to come together and discuss issues and challenges faced by the industry, as well as India’s rapidly changing digital and print publishing landscape. 
The Festival will once again champion Indian language literature with the great Hindi writer Vinod 
Kumar Shukla, Bangla writer Sangeeta Bandopadhyay, Marathi Dalit woman writer Urmila Pawar, and the towering figure of dramatist Girish Karnad all scheduled to attend. So far the programme includesHindi, Urdu, Rajasthani, Marathi, Manipuri, Kannadiga, Telugu, Tamil, Sanskrit, Punjabi and Pali writers with more to be announced soon. The diversity of voices and breadth of Indian and internationallanguages found at the Festival is unique amongst literary festivals in India and across the world.

Namita Gokhale, writer and co-Director of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, said, “The Zee Jaipur Literature Festival has become one of the wonders of the thinking world. A platform for collective creativity and individual understanding, it emphasizes both global and local perspectives to make sense of our changing times. The 2015 edition will continue to nurture books, ideas and dialogue, and showcase the range and diversity of South Asian literature as well as the best in international writing.”William Dalrymple, writer and co-Director of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, said, “This may well be one of the strongest international lists we've ever fielded at Jaipur with several writers I've been chasing for almost a decade - for example Nicholson Baker, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Elizabeth Gilbert, Paul Theroux, Eleanor Catton, Kate Summerscale and Alberto Manguel - finally agreeing to come and star at Diggi. Major themes include the meltdown in the Middle East and Afpak, spies, historical fiction, alternative sexualities, memoir writing, cricket writing, as well as writing about politics, pirates, natural history and the life cycle of the humble honey bee! I can't wait- it’s going to be our best year yet.”

Sanjoy K. Roy, producer of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, said, “Once again ZEE JLF will bring the best minds from across the globe to Jaipur for one of the greatest literary gatherings! The Festival has grown year on year and last year welcomed over 2.5 lakh booklovers to the Pink City.” 

The 77 authors announced to participate in the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival are below. More participants will be announced over the next months leading up to the Festival.
1. Adam LeBor 2. Ahmed Rashid 3. Akhil Sharma 4. Alberto Manguel 5. Alexander Kozlov  6. Alexis Wright  7. Ali Cobby Eckerman 8. Amish Tripathi  9. Amrita Tripathi  10. Anatole Lieven 11. Arshia Sattar 12. Arvind Krishna Mehrotra 13. Ashwin Sanghi  14. Bettany Hughes 15. Charles Glass 16. Chetan Bhagat 17. Christina Lamb 18. Christos Tsiolkas 19. Clare Wright 20. Cornelia Funke 21. Damon Galgut 22. Daud Ali 23. Deepti Kapoor 24. Devdutt Pattanaik 25. Eleanor Catton 26. Elizabeth Gilbert 27. Esther David 28. Fady Joudah 29. Gilbert King 30. Girish Karnad 31. Hanif Kureishi 32. Helon Habila 33. Jorie Graham 34. Kalyan Ray 35. Kate Summerscale 36. Kedarnath Singh  37. Kevin Powers 38. Laila Lalami 39. Linda Colley 40. Mahua Manjhi  41. Maria Chaudhuri 42. Mark Gevisser 43. Mark Haddon 44. Meena Kandasamy 45. Mihir Sharma 46. Molly Aitken  47. Narayana Murthy 48. Nasreen Munni Kabir 49. Nassim Nicholas Taleb 50. Navtej Sarna 51. Neel Mukherjee  52. Nicholson Baker 53. Paul Theroux 54. Peter Bergen 55. Peter Frankopan 56. Peter M. Sacks 57. Pradyot Bikram Manikya Deb Burman  58. Prashant Jha  59. Raj Kamal Jha 60. Rajdeep Sardesai 61. Rakshanda Jalil 62. Rohan Murty  63. Sadaf Saaz Siddiqi  64. Sahar Delijani 65. Salima Hashmi  66. Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay  67. Sheldon Pollock 68. Simon Armitage 69. Somy Roy  70. Sudha Murthy 71. Sushama Deshpande 72. Tom Holland73. Tshering Tashi  74. Urmila Pawar 75. V.S. Naipaul 76. Vijay Seshadri  77. Vinod Kumar Shukla

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Sanjay Omelette, Eggs, Egg Pizza Jaipur.

With every season cuisine in Jaipur Changes, So for Winters it’s Egg Time. Although there are other cuisines also but in this post we will talk about Tasty dishes prepared from Egg in Jaipur like Massala Omelette, Boiled Eggs, Plain Omelet with Bread and Most Important EGG PIZZA by Sanjay Omelette, Bapu Nagar, Jaipur.

Sunday, 10 November 2013

Pushkar, Camel Fair.

Pushkar Fair or you can Say World’s Largest Camel Fair is happening this year from 10th to 17th November 2013, Dates of 2014 are 30th October to 6th November and Dates of 2015 are 18th November to 25th November. Also Known as Pushkar ka Mela is the annual five-day camel and livestock fair. Pushkar is 14km from Ajmer and 140km from Jaipur, Best way to go to Pushkar is by Car from Jaipur it takes approx 3hr, or you can also take public vehicle like Bus or Train from Jaipur to Ajmer and then from Ajmer to Pushkar this Journey will going to take approx 4 to 5 hours. Pushkar Fair is one of its kind and you have to see it to believe it.