Jaipur is the capital of the Majestic Rajasthan. Also known as the Pink City, Jaipur is one of the most famous tourist spots in Rajasthan. Cloaked in the forever glorious history of the Rajputs, Jaipur celebrates and retains its old world charm. The city offers travellers beautiful destinations to gaze their eyes upon. On top that one can also experience the beautiful Rajputana Tradition amidst warm hospitality.
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Built by Maharaja Man Singh 1, the Amer fort is one of the most lavish and exquisite forts in the whole of India. Made from yellow and pink sandstones, this fort is an emancipation of architectural beauty. The fort stands as the testament to the rich history of the Rajputs. Spend a beautiful time as you unravel the architectural finesses and ogle over the masterful creation of such a fort.
Build by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, the City Palace is one of the most popular destinations from tourists in Jaipur. Situated in the old part of the city, The City Palace once used to be the seat of the Maharaja of Jaipur. The architecture bears resemblance to both Rajputana and Mughal styles. The building is designed immaculately and bears a lot of beautiful handiworks.
Hawa Mahal is a beautifully structured monument that attracts a lot of tourists from all over the world. The palace has a lot of windows to keep it cool during the summer, from which the name is derived. The mahal is made out of red and pink sandstones which gives it such a beautiful aesthetic. The mahal also looks like a crown which adds to royalty quotient.
Nahargarh Fort, is constructed on the edges of Jaipur, is known for amazing views on the city. Decorated with intricate carvings and stonework, the Nahargarh Fort is an invulnerable design and along with its two adjoining fortifications - Amer and Jaigarh once remained as the solid protection of Jaipur city. The Nahargarh Fort gives where you're certain to partake in an all encompassing perspective on the city of Jaipur.
Situated close to the City Palace in the grand city of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar is the biggest stone astronomical observatory on the planet. Inferable from its rich legacy and scientific value, Jantar Mantar in Jaipur has additionally been included on UNESCO's rundown of World Heritage Sites. This antiquated review brags of nineteen instruments worked out of stone and metal and was worked by Raja Sawai Jai Singh in 1727-33. The astute development and arrangement of these instruments permitted the onlookers to take note of the place of magnificent bodies with their unaided eye alone. Time has failed to lay dust upon this wonder.
Flanked by rich green gardens, the Albert Hall was laid on 6 February 1876 when Albert Edward visited India. The displays of the gallery have an assortment of antiques and relics from an earlier time that will take away your breath away. The old coins, marble workmanship, ceramics, rugs and particularly the Egyptian mummy are a treat to the eyes of history buffs. The Indo - Saracenic enlivened vaults and complicatedly cut curves developed from sandstone is hypnotizing.
It is perhaps the most excellently designed royal residence worked by consolidating the Mughal and Rajput styles of engineering. The view from an impressive distance while drifting is to the point of entrancing you. During the nights, the fort lights up and the view is totally exquisite. With its noteworthy excellence and laid-back mood, the Jal Mahal has turned into a genuine traveler enchant.
Jaigarh Fort is a magnificent fortification constructed by Sawai Jai Singh 2. The fort is one of the strongest forts in the entirety of Rajasthan. Also known as the ‘Fort of Victory’ the Jaigarh Fort is surrounded with beautiful greeneries and battle fortifications. The fort also offers a beautiful view of the Jaigarh Fort.