The Tale Of Kite Flying From The Royal Quarters Of Rajasthan | Read
PUBLISHED ON: January 13, 2017 | Duration: 1 min, 38 sec
As the harvest festival of Makar Sankranti approaches, the blue skies of Jaipur are dotted with millions of colourful kites. The tradition of kite flying here is rooted in a tale that began 200 years ago - which sees kites of all shapes and sizes held on an end by people wearing the choicest of clothes and a common glee on their faces. The winter winds do not seem to deter the people of this desert state.