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Jaipur Literature Festival!

From January 20-24, 2012 literature lovers from all over the world, including some very known names will be flocking to the Pink City to drink in the ambience at the five-day long extravaganza which will play host to over 200 speakers from across the globe. They will debate, discuss and read from their works at the Diggi Palace, Jaipur.

This event is one of the largest literary festivals in Asia that drew 7,000 patrons over five days in 2008, ballooned to 60,000 last year and organizers are expecting thousands more this year. And this time, you will see writers such as Michael Ondaatje, Fatima Bhutto, Ben Okri and David Remnick here. Oh yes, Salman Rushdie’s attendance is still a mystery! Perhaps, we can see Oprah Winfrey at the do.

The festival remains, as it started, open and free for everyone. But in an effort to streamline entry, for the first time organizers have asked people to register online before the festival this year, to enhance the safety.

The Jaipur Literature Festival will also host four musical evenings for the music enthusiasts. The musical four nights will have the touch of Rajasthani,  Pop, Sabri Bothers, Sufism, Band and Sahrang, with world wide artists performing in it. These musical evenings at Jaipur Literature Festival are no less than any classy ones. So don’t think of giving them a miss! 

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Nevertheless, Arya Niwas Group of hotels will be at its best hospitality to welcome all the esteemed patrons of Jaipur Literature Festival.

If you love art and literature and wish to attend the Jaipur Literature Festival, just plan your  vacations to Jaipur and rediscover the art and literature in this  Royal Pink City with Arya Niwas Hotels. For special tours to Rajasthan log on to http://www.aryaniwas.com/, Send us mail to info@aryaniwas.com  aryahotel@gmail.com  or call us at +91 (141) 4073450, +91 (141) 4073400, +91 (141) 2372456

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Run by the entire family, Arya Niwas opened its doors for guests in 1983. As no family member had any exposure to regular hotels & their operations; they did what they thought was right. 27 years later, it now has 92 rooms & 3 sister concerns.

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