Jaipur is one of the most- attended festivals in Rajasthan. The most colorful festival of Rajasthan provides unlimited fun and frolic. This festival is celebrated on 14th of January every year, the day of Makar Sankranti. The popularity of the International Kite Festival in Jaipur is such that it attracts kite fliers from far off corners of the country. The thrill and excitement lingers in the air and everyone is enchanted. Join the joyous mood of Jaipur and celebrate the pleasure of flying kites.
The international Kite Festival in Jaipur has a long-standing history. The custom of flying kites is associated with Makar Sankranti. People celebrate the blessed day by flying kites, from their rooftops. Kite flying competitions are also organized on this festival.
People fly kites on Makar Sankranti because they receive the benefits of sun exposure. During winter, our body gets infected and suffers with cough and cold and the skin also gets dry during this season. When Sun moves in Uttarayana, its rays act as medicine for the body. During kite flying the human body is continuously exposed to sun rays, which eradicates most of the infections and in sanitation.
The International Kite Festival of Jaipur has grown into a magnificent event. It experiences a huge participation. The festival is inaugurated at the Jaipur Polo Ground. The festival is divided into two sections, one is the Kite War and the other is the Friendly Kite Flying Session. The Kite festival is inaugurated at the Jaipur Polo Ground.
Kites of every shade of indigo, ocher, red, blue, yellow, green, fushcia, indigo, ochre, pink, orange against the blue January sky is a dazzling sight. From dawn to dusk, people of all ages fly kites rejoicing in the spirit of the day. Crowded rooftops, fun-loving rivalry to outdo each other, and delicious feast are the hall-marks of the day. People are seen indulging in the appetizing flavors of sweets prepared specially for the day.
Dates for International Kite Festival Jaipur 2019
International Kite Festival Jaipur 2019 will be celebrated for 3 days. The festival starts on 14th January and shall continue till 16th January.
How to Reach
Jaipur has its own city airport.The air terminal receives both domestic and international flights. From the airport taxis, autos, buses and cabs commute to the city. Our bikes available at Airport. We were provided paid pickup and drop-off facility for our customer.
Jaipur is well connected to almost every part of India through the means of Indian Railways. There are several trains commuting to the city. For a royal experience one can take the Palace on Wheels. Luxury trains and other rail rides run on the route. Our pickup point also available at Jaipur Junction, Durgapura Railway Station, Gandhinagar Railway Station and Jagatpura Railway Station.
Jaipur has a good network of roads. Frequent connections are available from Delhi and major cities of India. Luxury buses, state owned buses are run by Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC). Cabs, taxis and private vehicles also commute to the capital city of Rajasthan. Our bikes available at Sindhi Camp (Polo victory) Main Bus Stand, Rambagh
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Welcome guys… we often hear that this bike is powered with a 4 – stroke CC engine. But do we know exactly what does a 4 – stroke engine is? Immerse yourself in the details and discover more about this thing.
All automobile engines can be divided into 2 categories – Spark Ignition Engine and Compression Ignition Engine. All Spark ignition engines essentially consume gasoline as fuel and compression ignition engines use diesel as fuel. Spark Ignition engines can be divided into 2 categories – 2 and 4 stroke engines.
All modern motorcycles are using 4 – stroke engines as their feeding device. The reason behind that are good mileage and a clean environment. Then, let’s understand what a 4 – stroke engine is –
A 4 Stroke Engine Is Made Of Following Essential Components –
- A cylinder
- A piston
- Two valves (One inlet and another exhaust)
- Cylinder head
- A spark plug
- A carburetor
- A crank shaft and connection rod
- A cam shaft to control the sequence of valve operation
There are more systems connected to an engine such as the accessory gear box, the transmission system and the cooling system, etc… Superbikes can have more advanced components, such as turbochargers and fuel injectors.
The piston moves alternately inside the cylinder within its highest possible point and the lowest possible point that is called TDC (Top Dead Centre) and BDC (Bottom Dead Centre). The diameter of the cylinder is called “Bore”. Let’s see how the strokes are useful for the engine to work and produce power for our beloved bike.
Induction Stroke – The piston travels from TDC to BDC and absorbs the air fuel mixture provided by the carburetor. In this movement, the inlet valve remains open and allows the mixture of air and fuel to enter. Then, when the piston reaches BDC, the cylinder is filled with a highly flammable air fuel mixture ready to ignite.
Compression Stroke – The piston now travels from BDC to TDC and compresses the air fuel mixture to make it more powerful and more flammable. Both valves remain closed in this position.
Power Stroke – This is the only blow that produces power and, therefore, is called power stroke. The valves remain closed and, just after completing the compression stroke, the spark plugs spark. The mixture of air and fuel is ignited and the explosion of gases pushes the piston towards BDC.
Exhaust Stroke – Our last blow is the only one responsible for cleaning the engine. The exhaust valve remains open. The piston travels from BDC to TDC and the burned gases are expelled from the engine. The cycle continues and our engine continues to produce energy for our motorcycles.
The connecting rod and the crankshaft transmit the power of the piston to the accessory gearbox. The complete system is working in synchronization so that there are no misalignment that can create discomfort inside the engine.
Roadies Rider is Jaipur based bike rental company. They offered bike on rent rent in Jaipur to different locations of Rajasthan, Agra and Delhi.