Excited about Udaipur Lantern Festival 2017? Here is a Glimpse of What will happen this Year!

From past 5 years, UdaipurBlog is taking an initiative to celebrate a safe and fun-filled Diwali at a commonplace. This year to foster this legacy, UdaipurBlog is celebrating Udaipur Lantern Festival 2017. Every year the festival witnesses amazing live performances by various artists, a bustling bazaar with local finds and foods, art installations and fun activities. This is year too UdaipurBlog is coming up with a fun packed festival for the people of Udaipur.

You can be a part of the biggest Diwali celebration in the entire Rajasthan with 6000+ attendees who shall enjoy this year’s ULF 2017.

We get so many queries asking about the whole schedule of the fest. So coming straight to the fun part! The festival will commence at 4 o’clock in the evening on Sunday, 15th October 2017 at Shouryagarh Resort and Spa. From 4 pm to 6 pm attendees can enjoy fun activities and games, click photos and selfies with friends and family and have a gala time.

Udaipur Lantern Festival 2017
Udaipur Lantern Festival 2017

Post 6 pm starts the musical tour, starting the eve by local performers; we will take you on a journey of Sufi Rock fusion music. The band named Swaraag will take over the stage to enthrall you by the Sufi music paired with soothing tunes of the sitar, tabla, harmonium and other instruments.

Then, comes the most awaited performance of the evening- Papon, who will mesmerize us with his heart whelming voice. The ‘Moh-Moh Ke Dhaage’ artist will take charge of the whole soul of the festival.

Post Papon, a DJ performance to make you dance on the groovy Bollywood dance numbers. The frolicsome festival shall meet its end with Lantern Lighting.

List of Performers


Swaraag Band

They are a Folk-rock & Sufi Fusion Band. Swaraag Music Team has specialization in Indo Western fusion genre of music. They belong to Jaipur and have been performing since several years.


Udaipur Lantern Festival 2017

Angarag Mahanta is known by his stage name Papon. He is one of the most eminent Indian singers. He has set his feet as a composer and record producer as well and also runs a band called Papon and The East India Company.

DJ Kavish

Udaipur Lantern Festival 2017

Belonging to the City of Lakes; Dj and a Remixer, DJ Kavish plays different styles of music including Bollywood, Commercial Pop, Punjabi and Retro and knows well how to make you dance on the floor.

If you’re still thinking why you should be present at the ULF 2017, here’s a glimpse of the awesomeness!

You will listen to the best sound system – L-Acoustics K2 by our sound partner Mega Sound. The sound is sure to get you pumped up! You can get a lot of food items to savor from SpicySigdi. If you love the production then thank The Backdrop for it getting an amazing setup. Fan of the Radio 91.9 Radio City? Then be sure to make it to the festival to enjoy the best of LED displays from Bharat LED. The stage light partner is Ananta Stage Craft and set design partner is Shubh Beginnings. While our Merchandise partner is the Online partner is Witty Feed. Our Self Drive Partner is ZoomCar, and guess what! You can get a flat 20% discount on rides by ZoomCar during the course of the festival.

Our Print partner is Dainik Bhaskar and Digital Marketing Partner is Vivir Media. Celebration Mall is the Mall Partner and water partner is InstaQua. Beautiful pictures will be taken by Prakash Creations. Party props partner is Astronomia Shoppe bringing some of the best props for your pics. Our Associate Partner is Livspace.

Apart from these, you will have plenty of fun games and stalls to enjoy every minute of the fest. Mocktails, food, dance, music, ultimate pictures and loads and loads of memories till the next Udaipur Lantern Festival.

Until then,

Save the Date: 15th October 2017

Time: 4 pm to 11 pm

Venue: Shouryagarh Resort and Spa

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We hope to see you in the Udaipur Lantern Festival 2017!!!




पराठों की दुनिया में आपका स्वागत है!

द ललित लक्ष्मी विलास, उदयपुर में 11-20 अगस्त तक फ़ूड फेस्टिवल चलेगा । इस दौरान लक्ष्मी विलास, उदयपुर आपके लिए लेकर आया है 10 तरह के पराठे । इस मानसून में अगर आप पराठा खाना चाहते है तो आपको कहीं इधर-उधर जाने की ज़रूरत नहीं है । इन 10 दिनों में आपको 10 अगल-अलग तरह के पराठो की वैरायटी मिलेगी वो भी रॉयल व्यू के साथ ।

फ़ूड फेस्टिवल ‘पराठा जंक्शन’ 11 अगस्त से 20 अगस्त तक चलेगा ।

कुछ चुनिन्दा पराठो के नाम इस प्रकार है : डबल डेकोर पराठा, ये आपको चीज़ स्टफिंग के साथ मिलेगा । इसके आलावा बीटरूट पराठा, चायनीज़ लिफ़ाफा पराठा, चिकन कीमा पराठा, मेवा पराठा और भी बहुत कुछ ।

जब हमने हेड शेफ़ सुदर्शन से इस आईडिया की बात करी तो उन्होंने अपने ही शब्दों में इसके पीछे की कहानी बयां कर दी,

“ जब मैं दिल्ली में था तब सुबह उठते ही पराठा और लस्सी चाहिए होती थी, उसके बाद ही पुरे दिन के काम के लिए घर से बाहर निकलता था । मैं उदयपुर आया तो देखा, यहाँ पर्टिकुलर पराठो के लिए कोई अच्छी जगह नहीं है । बस तभी ये सोच लिया था, उदयपुर को तरह-तरह के पराठे खिलाऊंगा ।”

अगर आप पंजाबी खाने का लुफ़्त राजस्थानी तौर-तरीकों से लेना चाहते है तो पराठा जंक्शन आप ही के लिए है ।

मानसून, फतेहसागर, राजस्थानी मेहमान-नवाज़ी और पंजाबी टेस्ट, इससे बेहतर क्या कॉम्बिनेशन मिलेगा ।



पराठा जंक्शन, फ़ूड फेस्टिवल :

Date : 11-20 अगस्त

Time : लंच 12:30 – 3pm | डिनर 7:00pm-10:30pm

Venue : पद्मिनी, द ललित लक्ष्मी विलास

Cost : Veg – 499 rs | Non-Veg –  599 rs (GST के साथ)


Eid: A Festival of Breaking Fast

Muslims across the country ended their Ramadan fast on Wednesday and began the festivities to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr. This Festival marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, and the celebrations mark the conclusion of the twenty nine or thirty days of dawn-to-sunset fasting , which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramazan with sighting of the moon on Tuesday night.

Thousands of Muslims visited mosques across the Lake City on Wednesday morning to celebrate the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. People gathered at Paltan Masjid, Dholibawadi Masjid, Khanjipeer Masjid and other mosques in different parts of the city to offer prayers. People dressed in the best offered special namaz at the mosque.

Udaipur Bohras, Muslims

About  Eid-ul-Fitr :

The day of Eid-ul-Fitr truly symbolizes holiness, tolerance, courage and godliness.

Arabically Eid means ‘Festival’ and Fitr means ‘Breaking Fast’  considered as one of the major festival for Muslims. Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated by feasting on several varieties of ‘sevaiyan’ (vermicilli).

Socially, Eid-ul-Fitr reminds us of the noble human feeling to share the festivities besides embracing people from all walks of life.

Another important aspect of Eid ul Fitr lies in the distribution of charity on the day. Every Muslim who has some means must pay Zakt-al-Fitr, a sum to be donated for the month of Ramadan, to serve Humanity. It has never said that a non-follower of Islam be not helped or sympathized for the simple reason as Allah is not the God of Muslims alone but He is Rehmatullil Aalameen, meaning that He is the God of all people irrespective of their faith, caste, color or creed. It can either be in the form of cash or basic foodstuff, including wheat, barley, dates, raisins etc. It is done to spare a thought to the plight of the poor and is different from the normal Zakat, which is given to purify one’s wealth. Holy Quran recommends giving donation to the poor on this auspicious day, the best time for which is before going to the mosque in the morning, to offer prayers.

Id-ul-Fitr is also a festival that cultivates brotherhood and connections, as people visit each other on this days. Friends, relatives and loved ones are greeted and offered sweets. Gifts are given to children, mostly in the form of money. Sisters and daughters also receive gifts on this occasion. Some Muslims also pay a visit to the graveyard, a custom which is known as ziyarat-al-qubur, to pay homage to the departed souls. Some scholars also believe that the month-long fasting is undertaken to acknowledge the superiority of the spiritual realm over the physical realm. Nevertheless, the spirit of conviviality surrounds the celebrations of Eid ul Fitr throughout the Islamic world.

This day of happiness is also a day of introspection for Muslims who should spare at least some time to see if their actions and character can be assessed favourably in the light of Islamic teachings as to whether they have contributed to the well-being of their fellow beings, non-Muslim brethren and the nation above all.