Five Must Visit Places in Jaipur during Diwali

Few people may know that Jaipur looks stunning at the time of Diwali festival and the festival is indeed celebrated with great pomp and gaiety in the fascinating Pink City. The beauty of magnificent forts, havelis, colorful bazaars and buildings with sparkling lights are the captivating charm of the place to be visited at the time of Diwali as you will cherish and enjoy the celebrations.


The Hotels near Railway Station Jaipur bring you some of the sights best for visiting at the time of Diwali carnival in Jaipur:

1. Nahargarh Fort- To witness a mesmerizing view of the city under lights, nothing is better than a sight high above the Aravalli hills. When the city is decorated with lights all over, the scenic view you can get from atop this mansion is exceptional. Hence, foremost sightseeing point at the time of Diwali is none other than Nahargarh Fort.

2. Johari Baazar- Though Chaura Raasta and Bapu Baazar markets are decorated with same traditional lightning but Johari Baazar comes into sight totally different since it is decorated with beautiful props and posters that makes it looks extraordinary in the lights.

3. Hawa Mahal-The regal red adorned on the palace walls with Diwali lightning gives it a dazzling look. This is only once a year that you get to see the beautiful Wind Palace as illumined as on Diwali. The porch is lit with twinkling lined up diyas that is truly blissful to watch.

4. World Trade Park- Overloaded with lightning and designing, this fascinating blue glass building is an eye-catching figure amidst the celebrations of Diwali which should definitely be given a glimpse at.

5. Jal Mahal- Jal Mahal is truly a sight to behold as it seems like the palace decorated with excellent lights is floating on the Man Sagar Lake enhancing its magnificent view.

While you will be visiting Jaipur at the time of Diwali festival, you can book a stay in hotels near railway station Jaipur so that you will not have to rush here and there in festive crowd from railway station.

With this, Hotel Park Ocean, a Sikar Road Jaipur Hotel wishes you and your family members a very Happy & Safe Diwali !


Plan a surprise for karvachauth at hotels in Jaipur on Sikar Road

Navaratri and Dusshera festivities have just gotten over. But women can still be seen excited for the most awaited festival, KarvaChauth since it has a lot of significance in the lives of married couples. To seek long life and the welfare of their better halves, women will be observing nirjala fast for the whole day and, then offer prayers to Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Kartik. As the festival is coming closer, women are doing their shopping, Pooja preparations and fixing advance parlor appointments to look the best.


Where women are putting so much effort, don’t you think they would love it if they get the same treatment in return? Here are four tips which men can do for their gorgeous wives to make them feel special:

1. Luxury Spa– Woman love to get pampered is a well-known fact now. From handling household chores to work life, she deserves her share of moments of relaxation. Help her detox and rejuvenate herself by gifting her luxury spa treatment.

2. Candlelight Dinner- All one needs is a good mood, after a whole day of fasting. Book a table for dinner at "Tamasha", an amazing restaurant with soothing ambiance near hotels in Jaipur on Sikar road. A roof-top view with flowers and lights around will just be a perfect ending of the auspicious day.

3. Gift her Favorite Jewelry– Reason behind each jewelry piece adorned by Indian women is that jewelry increases the beauty of their attire. A Diamond or a gold ring would just be the right selection to make if you want to see her smile throughout the day.

4. Plan a long drive– It is obvious being a little cumbersome and tiring after a long day of fasting; hence, you can plan for a late night long drive or movie date post dinner. This tip will surely work wonders for couples.

In case, you are traveling with your partner, then you can plan a stay at hotel in sikar road Jaipur, and avail services being offered to the customers.

So, come and celebrate the auspicious festival at Park Ocean!

Why Celebrate This Long Dussehra Weekend with Budget Hotels near Railway Station

You may have been to Jaipur several times, but visiting the Royal Pink City, at the time of Dussehra Festival is a lifetime experience. An experience that one should definitely not miss as this place wears an exceptional look of colors and culture during festivities.

In Jaipur, Dussehra is celebrated with such zeal and enthusiasm as nowhere else. From burning Ravan effigy at various venues to the fun fares that follow- there are an array of fascinations listed for all.


Now that this Dussehra is falling on the long weekend, it gives all the bigger reason to plan your upcoming weekend in Jaipur and become a part of the celebrations in the town. In case you’re wondering about your accommodation due to the last minute rush in the festive season, the Jaipur hotels near railway station would be the answer to your question.

Keeping in mind the long weekend, we do have some suggestions for you:

1. To every shopping lover, Rajasthali Handicraft Emporium, a Government entity on M.I. road. The shop comprises the art and culture of Rajasthan. This shop is widely known for Terracotta pottery, paintings, silver, lakh jewelry and Kota Doria sarees, the Rajasthali Handicraft Emporium stocks them all. Blue pottery items are the traditional craft of Jaipur of Turko-Persian origin. Other than this, you can also surf Chaura Rasta and Bapu Bazar markets, if you are looking forward to shopping some exclusive Jaipur-based items.

2. Along with shopping, there are a plethora of eating joints where you can explore a lot of tasty dishes that are simply to die for. One such exquisite stop is Tamasha café at the budget hotel on Sikar Road, which is a perfect place to hang out and chill with friends. You can also try Pyyaz Kachori at Rawat, which is a delight to your taste buds or have a glass of Lassi at Lassiwala on M.I. road and Sanjay restaurant in Bapu Nagar offers you the best egg dishes like omelet kulcha, egg pizza, etc.

3. As winters are fast approaching, do not miss out on buying Jaipuri Razai, which is far and wide recognized for its warmth and quality all around the world.

So, with this, our entire Hotel Park Ocean team warmly wishes you and your family a very Happy Dusshera!

Reasons to worship- 9 Goddess on 9 days of Navratri

Navratri, literally “Nine Nights” is a Hindu Festival celebrated in Autumn every year for different reasons in various parts of the India. The celebrations of the festival includes stage decorations, recital of the legend, enacting of the story, and chanting of the scriptures of Hinduism. These nine days are also a major crop season cultural event, such as competitive design and staging of pandals, a family visit to these pandals and the public celebration of classical and folk dances of Hindu culture.

Celebrations during Navratri include stage decorations, enactment and recitals of the legends, and chanting of the Hinduism scriptures.

There are different forms of goddesses worshipped on each of the 9 days with their individual significance. The various forms are:

Day 1: Shailaputri


This day is associated to Shailaputri, literally "Daughter of Mountain", which is an incarnation of Parvati. The Goddess is worshiped as the consort of Shiva, depicted as riding Nandi with a trishula in her right hand and lotus in her left.

Day 2: Brahmcharini


Goddess Brahmcharini is worshiped on Dwitiya, who is another incarnation of Parvati and became Sati in this form. She is worshiped for moksha and endowment of peace and prosperity. She symbolizes peace and tranquility, which is depicted through bare feet walking and japamala and kamandalu in the hands.

Day 3: Chandraghanta


Chandraghanta is worshipped on Tirthiya - the name derived after Parvati married Shiva and adorned her forehead with a half lit moon. She is symbolic of valor and the embodiment of beauty.

Day 4: Kushmunda


On Chaturthi, Goddess Kushmunda is worshiped, who is believed to be the creative power of the universe. She sits on a tiger and is depicted as having eight arms.

Day 5: Skandmata


Panchmi celebrates Skandamata, the mother of Skand (or Kartikeya), whose strength transforms when her child is confronted with danger. She is depicted with four arms holding her baby and riding a ferocious lion.

Day 6: Katyayani


She is an incarnation of Durga, who is born to sage Katya and is shown to exhibit courage. She is considered as the most violent forms of Parvati, who is also known as the warrior goddess. This avatar is shown with riding a lion and with four hands.

Day 7: Kalratri


The most ferocious form of Goddess Durga, Kalaratri, who is believed that Parvati removed her fair skin and turns black to kill the demons Sumbh and Nisumbh.

Day 8: Mahagauri


Mahagauri depicts optimism. She symbolizes intellect and peace. The color Pink is associated with this day.

Day 9: Sidhidatri


0n the last day of Navratri, known as Navami, people pray to Siddhidaatri (Ardanareeswara). She sits on a lotus, has four arms and is also known as Saraswati. She possesses and bestows all type of Siddhis.

As the auspicious festival commences, Hotel Park Ocean- the best hotel on Sikar Road wishes you all a happy and prosperous Navratri!


Relish the Best Coffee in Town as suggested by the Budget Hotel on Sikar road

Ask a coffee lover what Coffee really means to him and he will lay out all of his emotions right in front of you because coffee is that amazing a thing, honestly! Well, if I put it correctly, it’s not just a thing but an emotion. An emotion that compliments every mood - be it good or bad. Coffee feels like the eternal companion who’s there without any apprehensions. Whatever may be the season, occasion, venue or reason, coffee fits itself perfectly in every situation.

If you associate with coffee in the same manner, then these five authentic and famous coffee shops around Jaipur are going to be your favorites soon. Try it yourself to see the magic unfold. We know you’re going to thank the budget hotel on Sikar Road.


Here we go:

Indian Coffee House
Coffee associates with us in a unique manner and when the external ambiance matches up to the emotions, the duo swing in a positive direction.The Indian Coffee House is one such place where you eventually get transported to an era of 80’s with its rustic furniture, old posters, servers in designated uniforms and unique cutlery. It’s a great place especially when you wish to step back, slurp in some coffee, have a bite of your South Indian dish and just relax.

Banna Ji
Located in C-scheme, BannaJi is a popular sneak out point for the young college students who can be found crowding the place only to relish the amazing coffee that Bannaji serves. Be it post-dinner coffee that you wish to try or a chilled evening with friends, it is the best place in town for the coffee enthusiasts.

Located behind World Trade Park is this dairy that serves as regular coffee spot for the school and college students of the nearby areas. GVD or GyanVihar Dairy is a hot spot for cold coffee lovers that one can pair up with sumptuous masala patties along with exploring other Street food in Jaipur.

Statue Circle
Statue Circle’s coffee is the best in town. It is basically a tiny shop near Statue Circle where the unmatchable coffee is served. Be it CCD, Barista or Starbucks, nothing wins over “Uncle ki Coffee”. The yummy coffee is evident considering each day’s footfall that this place witnesses.

So, when in town, do not forget to taste some of the luscious coffees in Jaipur. We are pretty sure you will love it!

Albert Hall Museum- One of the Exquisite Places in Jaipur

As architecturally marvelous are the forts and monuments of Jaipur, the history behind them is equally engaging to hear. We are sure you must have heard about one of the most exquisite places in Jaipur – Albert Hall Museum, the oldest museum of the state Rajasthan. But, let’s cut the ordinary, and marvel the extraordinary!


Here we share a few chunks from the history that you’d love to know about this cultural beauty in Jaipur:

The foundation stone of Jaipur’s mesmerizing Albert Hall was laid in the year 1876 during the visit of Prince of Wales, Albert Edward to Jaipur. But, even at that point in time, it was uncertain as to its use. After a plenty of suggestions about putting it for cultural and educational use, in the year 1880, Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh II approved a suggestion by Dr. Thomas Holbein Hendley, to open a museum of Industrial Arts to display products of local craftsmen. A little within a year in 1881, a small museum was created in a temporary accommodation, which even proved to be most popular.

The artifacts for the temporary museum were collected from different parts of India and eventually,its neighborhood were merged and moved to their permanent abode in the new museum.

Now, apart from the artifacts, the building itself became an integral part of the display, particularly because of its Indo-Saracenic architecture and stone ornamentation. Gradually, it also became a source of reference for Mughal to Rajput. The corridors of the museum literally speak as they are adorned with murals in a range of styles including the Ramayana. The portrayal of murals from European, Egyptian, Chinese, Greek and Babylonian civilizations were especially used to enable the people of the region to develop their knowledge of history and art.

Thus, Albert Hall not only stands as a spectacular architectural manifestations but it is also a source of historical knowledge of the civilizations, rousing artisans to hone their skills as well as developing and preserving traditional Indian arts, crafts, architectural forms.

So, when in Jaipur, do not miss out on visiting the Albert Hall Museum. You can avail our convenience facilities at Jaipur hotels near railway station to make your travelling convenient and comfortable.

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