30 March is commemorated as Rajasthan Diwas marking the origination of the state. On this occasion, the capital city, Jaipur greets the city with special celebrations. This year it is the 73rd foundation day of Rajasthan. The celebrations will be organized by the state government at Albert Hall.
A large number of people will come here to participate in the program organized by the state government. Visitors will get to witness a breathtaking ensemble of folk performances by 550 folk artists at Albert Hall, Jaipur. Along with this, tourists get to enjoy folk performances at all government monuments in all districts of Rajasthan and students can avail free entry in all government monuments on 30th March.
Special arrangements at roads leading to Albert Hall
In view of this, special traffic arrangements have been made around Albert Hall for two days to avoid traffic jams. Traffic police are given the responsibility of maintaining traffic right from managing the vehicle parking and to maintain vehicles plying on the connected routes. Therefore, if you constantly pass through this route or are about to leave, then you may change your route. The entry to these routes have been stopped.
According to the DCP Traffic Shweta Dhankar, “The vehicles of VVIPs coming to the program have been parked on the left side of Albert Hall. Parking for VIPs has been earmarked on the right side of the Albert Hall. Entry of all types of vehicles will be prohibited inside Ram Niwas Bagh.”
During the program, vehicles coming from New Gate, MI Road, Sanganeri Gate will not be allowed to enter Ram Niwas Bagh. People coming to the program will be able to park at Ramlila Maidan, inside Ram Niwas Bagh, at Ravindra Manch. Ram Niwas Bagh Square, Ram Niwas Bagh Back Gate, Museum Road, MGD will not allow entry on March 29 from 6.30 pm onwards. Traffic plying on JLN Road, Tonk Road, MI Road, Govind Marg can be diverted as per requirement.
The land of Kings, Rajasthan Union came into existence on March 30, 1949. This day, the kingdoms of Jodhpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, and Bikaner were accessed together to form a state. Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan, the largest state of India in area and seventh largest in India in terms of population.