Ever since our inception, we always made sure of 2 things; one that we love our customers back much more than they love us, and second, that they KNOW IT. For this very reason, we at Arbor Leather hold Annual Giveaways every year to show our appreciation towards our customers and to let them know that WE LOVE YOU. :)

So, with HOLI just around the corner, we are holding a giveaway from 10th March - 16th March, 2019 where we will be pampering our customers with FREE Premium Memberships, Huge Discounts, Limited Edition Designs, CASH REWARDS WORTH 15,000USD, including a Grand Prize -A 12-DAY FULL EXPENSE PAID HOLIDAY TRIP TO INDIA FOR TWO PEOPLE DURING HOLI FESTIVAL worth 10,000USD.

Our Previous Winners

Have a close look of the party we hosted for winners of ARBOR Mega Giveaway last year.

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ARBOR's Grand Giveaway 2019


Arbor : Rewards for ALL

To show our appreciation towards our customers, this year we have decided to reward all the customers with something they would love, and not just some lucky ones. So this year, everyone who buys a package will get:

1) Lifetime Membership to Arbor Club worth 499USD


2) Lifetime Free Shipping on all purchases worth 150USD


3) ADDITIONAL 10% OFF on all packages. Instant Savings 400USD




To keep the adrenaline pumping and the hearts jumping, we got to have something unique and something awesome. So, we have decided to hold a draw where we will select 10 winners among the customers who buy our first 200 Packages. They will win :

1) 4 Individual Winners will Win 100USD in Cash / 150USD in Arbor GiftCard

2) 3 Individual Winners will Win 200USD in Cash/300USD in Arbor Gift Card

3) 2 Individual Winners will Win 500USD in Cash/750USD in Arbor Gift Card


To know about trip details and to have a peek at our PREVIOUS YEAR WINNERS, please click the button below. All prize options are subjected to customer choice and interest.

click to Have a peak at our awesome plan! (travel ITINERARY)

  • Day Wise Plan
  • Holi Festival
  • Royal Rajasthan

(11 Nights - 12 Days) Ex-Jaipur-Chittor-Udaipur-Mount Abu-Jodhpur-Jaisalmer-Bikaner-Jaipur

Day 1 :

Arrive at Jaipur and Enjoy the Dhulandi Festival Specially set up for you. Play with colours and enjoy the local dance, music and cuisine for the day.

Day 2:

Arrival at Jaipur: Arrival Jaipur at airport / railway/Bus station and transfer to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Evening visit to Nahargarh Fort to see city light
Illumination.. Can have dinner at Durg Cafeteria (optional). Night stay at RTDC Hotel Teej, Jaipur.

Day 3:

Jaipur: Morning sight seeing of Amber fort, have elephant ride from the foot hill to the top of the hill (optional). On the way visit Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal. After Lunch visit to City Palace Museum and Observatory. Evening free for Shopping. Night stay at RTDC Hotel Teej, Jaipur.

Day 4:

Jaipur - Chittaurgarh - Udaipur: Leave after break fast and Arrive Chittorgarh by lunchtime. After lunch visit to Fort and Leave for Udaipur in Evening to arrive at Udaipur and stay at RTDC Hotel Kajri.

Day 5:

Udaipur: Morning visit to City Palace, Jagdish temple, Sahelion ki Bari, Lok Kala Mandal and PratapSmarak. After noon excursion to Haldighati, NathdwaraTemple-Srinathji Darshan and on return visit to Ekligji Temple, the deity of Mewar rulers. Night stay at Hotel Kajri,

Day 6:

Udaipur - Ranakpur - Mount Abu: Leave after break fast. Enroute visit at Ranakpur the 14th century Jain temple having 1444 pillars, not one of which is alike in
its carving. Cupolas surround the five spires. After lunch drive to Mount Abu and Night stay at Hotel Shikhar.

Day 7:

Mount Abu: Morning visit to Delwara Temples, Guru Shikhar. After lunch visit to Nakki Lake and sun set point to view the sun set. Evening stroll around Nakki Lake. night Stay at Hotel Shikhar,

Day 8:

Mount Abu - Jodhpur: Leave after break fast. Arrive at Hotel Ghoomar by lunch time. After lunch visit to Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada. Evening visit to market for shopping. Night Stay at Hotel Ghoomer,

Day 9:

Jodhpur - Jaisalmer: Leave after break fast and arrive at Hotel Moomal by lunchtime. Rest in noon. At 4 pm drive to (Sam) sand dunes to see the sun set with
camel ride (optional). Return back to Jaisalmer for night stay at Hotel Moomal.

Day 10:

Jaisalmer: Morning Sight-seeing of Fort, Jain temples, Havelis and Gadhisar lake. After noon visit to Lodurva Jain temples and Vyas Cenotaphs. Night Stay at Hotel Moomal.

Day 11:

Jaisalmer - Bikaner: Leave after break fast. Arrive by lunch time and check in at Hotel Dholamaru. After noon Visit to Fort and museum. Night Stay at Hotel Dhola Maru.

Day 12:

Bikaner - Jaipur: After breakfast leave for Jaipur and arrive by after noon and your tour ends. Departure on ward by train/air.


Dhulandi Festival (Festival of Colours) is celebrated all over India a day after Holika Dahan and marks the beginning of spring. On this day, young and old alike play with colours and water, and the celebrations can last for the better part of the day. The festival is celebrated in a very special way in Jaipur, where the Department of Tourism organizes an event meant especially for foreign tourists. The event is held on the lawns of the Khasa Kothi hotel and visitors to the event can have a grand time playing with dry colours while dancing to Rajasthani folk music performed by local artists. Come envelop yourself in the colours of spring! Witness stunning cultural performances by folk artists. The city folk put in a lot of effort and heart to make this festival not just a hit but also unique. And it is this that generates excitement among the locals while attracting a huge crowd from different parts of the nation and outside.

This is where you enjoy it SAFELY!!! 

Click to know More about Holi / Dhulandi


    Holi in Jaipur and most parts of India is a two-day festival marking the onset of the season of spring. Holiis widely recognized as the Dhulandi festival in Jaipur and neighboring areas of Rajasthan, and is celebrated on the second day, following Holika Dahan. Holika Dahan or the traditional bonfire is observed post-sunset on the first day of Holi, and is known by several names, the most popular among them beingChhoti Holi and Holika Deepak. As per Hindu scriptures, Holika Dahan commences on the evening of Purnima (Pradosh Kaal), after Bhadra, in the month of Phalguna. As the festival of color and gaiety, Holi or Dhulandi brings along a much needed fervor amongst the population, as young or old alike gather around to celebrate it.


    The legend associated with Dhulandi is as fascinating as the festival itself.It states the popular story of Prahalada, the famed devotee of Hindu God, Vishnu. Hiranyakashyap (also known as Hiranyakashyapu), king of demons had obtained a boon that bestowed on him five special powers, which made him nearly invincible. His special powers included –
    1. No human being or animal could ever kill him
    2. He could be killed neither indoors nor outdoors
    3. He could be killed neither at night nor during the day
    4. No Astra (projectile weapon) or Shastra (handheld weapon) could ever kill him
    5. He could be killed neither on land nor in the sky
    The boon not only made him powerful but also arrogant, and Hiranyakashyap went on oppressing the poor and the weak. He even forced his subjects to worship him as their new god. However, his own son Prahalada had devoted himself to Lord Vishnu, and continued praying to him alone. Angered by this, Hiranyakashyap subjected him to various punishments, none of which could break his resolve. Eventually, the king sought help of his demonic sister, Holika, who having received a boon from Lord Brahma; another Hindu God, had been rendered immune to fire. To put an end to Prahalada’s devotion, Holika sat amidst a roaring pyre,carrying Prahalada in her lap. However, Prahalada was graced with life for his undying devotion towards Vishnu, while Holika burned in the pyre to everyone’s surprise. Vishnu, the protector of mankind, to restore balance on Earth, then incarnated in the form of Narasimha (half man, half lion), and eviscerated Hiranyakashyap with his lion paws (neither Astra nor Shastra) while placing him on his lap (neither land nor sky) towards dusk (neither day nor night), killing him. The defeat of the tyrant Hiranyakashyap restored people’s faith in Lord Vishnu, and they rejoiced throwing colors in the air. This legend can be traced back to Chapter 7 of Shrimad Bhagavata Gita, ancient Indian scripture and revered text to Vaishnavism.


    The commemoration of Dhulandi in Jaipur witnesses amazing enthusiasm and grandeur. The locals gather around on Dhulandi smearing bright colors on each other with utmost gusto, painting the Pink City in multiple happy colors as if it were a canvas. As dusk descends, people visit each other’s homes, sharing greetings and joy while indulging in delicacies, thandai (sometimes with Bhang) and light conversations. The Department of Tourism too gets in on the festivities, making special arrangements on the occasion of theDhulandi festival in Jaipur, at the Khasa Kothi Hotel. Tourists from different corners of the world are welcomed to brilliant colors andfascinating folk music and dance. The lively celebrations etch lasting memories in the heart of the visitors. And as they prepare to leave for their homelands, they also take along a part of this influential culture of the city.


    The Dhulandi festival in Jaipur essentially marks the victory of Prahalada over Hiranyakashyap,of good over evil. The end of the mighty demon king had put to rest the fear he had instilled among his subjects and they were once again free to keep faith in their gods. When burning the traditional bonfire, city folks pray for all their evils to be expended in the fire (just like Holika) leaving behind what is good and pure. Besides the religious value, the festival also lends people achance to forget their differences and start on a fresh note by embracing each other. On the whole, Dhulandi or Holi in Jaipuris a memorable experience for anyone who visits the city during this time.

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Winner's Testimonials

"I won the Arbor Giveaway in 2017 and I was called by the company to India during the festival of Diwali along with my husband. I couldn't have asked for anything better. We enjoyed the thrill of Diwali, the breathtaking fireworks till late night and then we got a chance to explore Darjeeling and Sikkim, the beautiful serene state in India with lovely people, mesmerizing landscapes and amazing food. AND ALL THIS FOR FREE! Thanks Arbor <3"

― Victoria Burton

"My dream came true when I won the Arbor Giveaway in 2018. I was called and I got to take along my Girlfriend for the trip. I must say that they fulfilled every promise they made and even more. I got a 10 days long ALL-FREE trip to explore Kerela, the most beautiful place i have ever been to. Everything was paid for and Arbor was even kind enough to fulfill my request to extend my visit for 2 days and help me visit Lakshdweep islands, that too FREE OF COST. I just LOVE you people. "

― Apollo Rogers

"See clouds of neon-colored powder envelop villages across India during Holi Festival. Each year, crowds gather to celebrate the beginning of spring with an explosion of color, traditional folk music, and more. The festival of Holi with its inescapable vibrancy and unmatchable appeal rightly corresponds with the nature and feel of Rajasthan. Holi in Jaipur, the Pink City of India, is celebrated with special fervor and charm. The city folk put in a lot of effort and heart to make this festival not just a hit but also unique. And it is this that generates excitement among the locals while attracting a huge crowd from different parts of the nation and outside."

National Geographic

"When in Rajasthan, live the life of the royals. When in Rajasthan, explore the historic moments that bards yet sing about. When in Rajasthan, watch the big cat stroll across the forest. When in Rajasthan, experience! Discover Rajasthan, India’s Incredible Wonderland."

Literally translating to "Land of Kings", Rajasthan gives the actual glimpse of the Royalty and natural serenity along with stark contrast in climate in a small piece of land.  

Rajasthan Tourism

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