Whether you visit during the cooler months of the Rajasthani winter (October to April), or the heat of the summer (May to September), our hosts will ensure your stay is memorable and infused with local cultural highlights.
January, Jaipur Literature Festival
The world's largest free literary festival takes place at Diggi Palace in Jaipur.
January to February
The eleventh month in the Tamil lunar calendar. This time is considered very auspicious for occasions such as marriage, house warmings, upanayanam (sacred thread ceremony) etc. Magha month begins during the dawn of the day for heaven. In lunar calendars, Magha is the eleventh month and starts on either New Moon or Full Moon day.
March, Holi at Diggi Palace Jaipur
With colors splashing everywhere and water sprayed from water guns, people gather from all over to commemorate the festival of Holi. With Holi comes the preparation of sweets and delicacies, where Ghujiya is the most relished of all. It is believed that Holi is the day when one gets rid of past errors and ends conflicts.
From April to May, Chaitra begins with the new moon in April
Chauth ka Barwara Temple: Special Navratri prayers and rituals are held in the month of Chaitra and Ashwin. Also in the month of Magha, on the fourth day, a big mela (fair) begins and lasts for 15 days. Couples visit the temple for blessings of a happy life. New-born babies come for their ritual first hair cut.
October to April, Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore National Park remains open from the months of October to June, with the winter months (October - December) being the best time to visit. October to April are the best months to visit Ranthambore to spot tigers.
October to November
Navratri, Durga Puja, Kojagiri, Dasra, and Diwali are all festivals celebrated in the seventh month of Ashwin.