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Rajasthan Patrika crosses the half-century mark

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Rajasthan Patrika crosses the half-century mark

Rajasthan Patrika is celebrating 50 years of existence and excellence on March 7, its foundation day. March 6 and 7 have seen various activities around the event, including a Diwali like atmosphere in Jaipur and 10 other cities of the state – Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner, Sikar, Ajmer, Kota, Alwar, Bhilwara, Jaipur and Pali.

To celebrate the day with its readers, Rajasthan Patrika is giving out special discount coupons with its editions, which can be redeemed at various shopping outlets. Moreover, an entire edition has been printed in golden, which embeds the completion of the Golden Jubilee of the newspaper.

Not forgetting its social obligations, Rajasthan Patrika has been running a campaign depicting various evils and concerns of the society. There have been several activities focused on patriotism, entrepreneurship, health and addiction, woman and education. Events that lead to sharing the success stories of achievers in life will also be part of the celebrations.


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