Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, the Hawa Mahal is one of Jaipur's major tourist attractions. Shaped like a pyramid, this five-storeyed palace is also known as the Palace of Winds.
Also known as the Birla Mandir, the Laxmi Narayan Temple is one of the religious tourist attractions of Jaipur. Beautiful idols of Hindu gods and goddesses adorn the temple, which looks amazing in the night.
Jaigarh Fort Known as the Fort of Victory, Jaigarh Fort is the most imposing tourist attraction in Jaipur. At a distance of about 15 kilometers from the city, perched in the midst of thorny hills, the Jaigarh Fort offers a panoramic view of the city.
The royal cenotaphs, just outside the city walls, beneath Nahargarh, are an appropriately restful place to visit and feel remarkably undiscovered. The stone monuments are beautifully and intricately carved.
A pre-historic Hindu pilgrimage site, the Galtaji Temple, is located only 10km away from Jaipur. One of the jewels of Jaipur, the temple complex encompasses natural fresh water springs and 7 holy 'kunds' or water tanks.
The temple of Govind Dev Ji is one of the most sacred and famous tourist destinations in India. It is located in the City Palace complex, in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The deity, Govind Dev Ji, is none other than Lord Shri Krishna himself.
There are plenty of observatories all over the world, but the Jantar Mantar is considered to be one of the largest observatories ever built.
The Kanak Vrindavan Valley is an exotic place in Jaipur, and is located on the way to the Amer Fort. Nuzzled at the bottom of the Nahargarh hill, the garden complex is surrounded by popular tourist spots such as the Amer Palace and Jaigarh fort.
Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh is situated at a distance of 10 km from Jaipur city and lies on Jaipur-Agra highway. This royal garden was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1728 for his second queen Sisodia.
The Moti Dungri Ganesh Temple was constructed by Seth Jai Ram Paliwal in the early eighteenth century, and continues to be one the most popular tourist destinations in Jaipur.
The famous Raj Mandir cinema hall, known for its archaic architecture is the pride of the city. The magnificent architectural wonder has been honoured with the title of 'Pride of Asia'.
Birla Planetarium in Jaipur is one of the main attractions in the itinerary of travellers. The planetarium is an important landmark within the city, which offers some very interesting facts related to technology and science.
The Vidyadhar garden is a pristine garden located in the heart of Jaipur. One of Jaipur's best-preserved gardens, this picturesque garden is aesthetically designed and was built in the memory of Jaipur's chief Architect, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya.
The Albert Hall Museum also known as Central Museum is located in the Ram Niwas Garden. Ram Niwas Garden is located outside the city wall which is located opposite to the New Gate in Jaipur.
Known for its artificial lake, Ramgarh is situated at a distance of approximately 35 km from Jaipur city. The lake covers an area of 15.5 sq. km and had once been a major source of water for Jaipur city.
Among its many bazaars, one of the famous ones is the Kishanpole bazaars. Situated in the heart of the city, it is one of the busiest bazaars in Jaipur where one can go and experience the variety which the market offers.
Johari Bazar, located at the junction of Haldion Ka Rasta and Gopalji Ka Rasta in the Pink City Jaipur, showcases a vivacious mixture of countless hues reflecting the veritable side of the city.
Nahargarh fort, standing tall amidst the Aravalli range, is the pride of the city of Jaipur. Along with Amber Fort and Jaigarh fort, Nahargarh acted as a defensive circle to guard the city of Jaipur.
Rajasthan's most vibrant city, Jaipur, is enveloped in myriad colours. Known across the country for its sheer splendour and royalty, the Pink City's most famous landmark is the bustling Statue Circle.
Chokhi Dhani is a concept capturing the vibrant spirit of Rajasthan and ensuring a perfect Rajasthani experience. Inbound and native tourists have a desire to experience the unique Rajasthani culture.
Jai Mandir, also known as “The Hall of Victory”. Jai Mandir was constructed later by Mirza Raja Jai Singh I. Mandir have lusted ceiling with embedded mirror poeces in it.
Ganesh Pol is in the south side of the courtyard of the palace in the Amber Fort. It was built in the honor of Mughal Emperors under whom the Maharajas of Jaipur served in their army.
From modest beginnings in 2006, the Jaipur Literature Festival has grown into the largest literary festival in Asia-Pacific. In 2012, more than 100,000 people attended hundreds of sessions over the Festival's five day duration.
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