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Jaipurites like spending time at parks


Many people love lazing around in the morning, sleeping till late, but this does not hold true for most Jaipurites. People in Jaipur prefer spending their mornings in park – walking, jogging, cycling, meditating, playing, exercising and doing yoga.

Health conscious people

People in the Pink City are pretty conscious of their health and well-being. Visit any nearby park in your locality and you’ll get to see a number of health-conscious people making good use of the early morning hours. Kids prefer cycling or running behind each other, playing together while youngsters can be seen jogging or doing yoga ‘aasans’. A number of older ones can also be seen taking a stroll around the parks, doing yoga or, even slow running to keep them fit. Perhaps, these people are the reason behind Jaipur’s numerous parks.

Sports enthusiasts

Another category of people that you’ll get to see in parks are the sports enthusiasts. Even during the hot summer days, there are both youngsters and kids, who can be seen indulged in their favourite sports. Watching a game of football, basketball or volleyball is also an interesting thing to do when you visit the parks in Jaipur.

Nature lovers

Jaipur gives you a number of spacious, green parks, which lure every nature lover. Sitting amidst the beautiful greenery is itself a great experience. One of the most popular parks in Jaipur is the Central Park, which receives hundreds of visitors every morning and even in evenings.

Jaipur Parks – the best place to de-stress

Sitting amidst the scenic green surroundings is itself is a huge stress buster for the people of the city. Then, there are people who jog around the park with their earphones in and music on. Music relaxes their soul while jogging keeps them fit. Many form groups and have fun together, while practicing yoga ‘aasans’ or carrying out ‘laughter sessions’.

If you aren’t amidst the ones who have parks as a part of their daily routine, now it’s time for you to make it one. Try Jaipur’s lovely parks out and meet new, lovely people there. Stay fit, de-stress and enjoy!

 


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