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Makar Sakranti Jaipur 15th January 2020

It is generally celebrated on or close to the 14th of January every year .We fly kites on our roofs and eat “til ka laddu”, play music. And in the evening we light a fire ballon in the air. After that all members of the family do dinner together .

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Jal Mahal Jaipur Water Palace Known for its aesthetic beauty, architecture, temples, palaces, food, hand printing, blue pottery and jewellery, Jaipur started being called the Pink City back in 1876. So being from Jaipur, I would like to welcome you to my city, just as British Royalty were welcomed in 1876. In Jaipur when we meet our elders we say “Namaste.” To say this we bring the palms of our hands together before the face or chest and join them as if bowing. In reply the other person also greets you in the same way and says “Namaste”. Or if we are meeting someone who is very old like our grandparents, then we touch their feet to get blessings from them.

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Makar Sakranti Jaipur

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Jaipur
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