The Amber fort has been home to 28 kings of the Kachwaha dynasty until their capital was moved to Jaipur.
SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW (SON ET LUMIÈRE) AT AMBER FORT :-
The sound and light show at Amber Fort is a glorious attempt in reviving the pride, history and traditions of Amber. The show highlights the local legends, folklore, and celebrates the maestros of folk music, who, to this day, continue to give Rajasthan its unique identity. The show has been set in a spectacular location, with a brilliant view of Amber Fort & Palace Complex in the front, the rising Jaigarh on the left, and magnificent hills behind it.
October to February -6:30 pm (English) / 7:30 pm (Hindi)
March to April – 7:00 pm(English) / 8:00 pm (Hindi)
May to September – 7:30 pm(English) / 8:30 pm (Hindi)
SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW (SON ET LUMIÈRE) AT KUMBHALGARH FORT :-
Elegantly nestled atop the craggy hills of Aravalli, the beautiful Kumbhalgarh fort plays host to one of Rajasthan’s most brilliant light and sound shows. The evenings here are brought to life with this spectacle of lights and sounds, which narrate the secret history hidden behind the stone façade of this majestic fort.
The locals here claim its wall to be the second largest in the world, after the Great Wall of China. However, the only way to validate this statement is to make your way here, ideally around 6:45 PM, and see for yourself, while enjoying the beautiful spectacle.
RAJASTHAN INTERNATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL (A.K.A JODHPUR RIFF) :-
A real delight for those who have a ear for folk music, the Rajasthan International Folk Festival (RIFF) held in Jodhpur sees more than 250 musicians and performing artists attend the event. These artists make their way here from all over India and the world to celebrate Rajasthan’s rich musical heritage. Treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind folk music festival that is an amalgamation of international and local folk music to produce a stellar production set against the backdrop of the majestic Mehrangarh Fort.
This annual festival was started in 2007 by the Mehrangarh Museum Trust and the Jaipur Virasat Foundation, two of India’s leading heritage trusts, collectively called the TRIFF Society. The society has taken up this initiative in a bid to promote the tradition folk music and art form and they accomplish this task with great aplomb by arranging an assortment of events like a jazz night, a Rajasthani night, gypsy dance performances, traditional dance forms and even early morning ragas. What’s more, this event is planned to coincide with Sharad Purnima, a harvest festival celebrated on the full moon day in the lunar calendar.
COKE STUDIO :-
MTV’s Coke Studio is known for its brilliant live studio recorded performances by music legends. On 17th October 2015, Coke Studio, held at Jaipur in the backdrop of a magnificently illuminated Albert Hall enthralled people with a spectacular line-up of musical talents such as Amit Trivedi, Ram Sampath and Sona Mohapatra. It was attended by over 10,000 people.
These are some World Famous Shows that reflects Rajasthan’s tradition & beauty in a other way.