Have you been yet to India's own royal city also cutely known as the Pink City of India due to its royal and blushing coloured historic palaces and forts ?? Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan holds an exotic charm that attracts lots of tourists every year. Jaipur gives you a peep into the luxurious lifestyle of the Kings and Queens of the Palaces and makes you experience the same. Jaipur is a wonderland with lots of architectural enchantment, amaze, full of rich culture and heritage.
Usually, the summers are hot which makes Jaipur, not a much-preferred destination to be visited during those days. Winters seem pleasant making it ideal to visit Jaipur during cold days. Thus the best time to visit Jaipur is from November to Mid February.
There are varied options available for sightseeing at Jaipur via car. You can book a car depending on the number of days you are planning to have a stay in Jaipur. The Maximum number of Hours per day where you can book a car for seeing Jaipur is about 8 hours approximately. There are different car options available which can be chosen depending on the number of family members and depending upon your comfort. The rentals of the car per day also vary according to different tours and travel companies. The easiest and most comfortable way to enjoy your journey is by way of hiring a car as it goes by your time and comfort and the drivers are well versed with the places of sightseeing so that saves ample of time for you to utilize the same for to visit different other places.
1. City Palace
This is the oldest palace of all with a history of being up for three centuries and is still home to a Royal Family. This palace is a perfect example of something that is called extravagant and enchanting in true words. The palace includes Mubarak Mahal, the Armoury, Pritam Niwas Chowk(Peacock Courtyard), Diwan-e-amm, Chandra Mahan, and various other places inside the palace.
2. Hawa Mahal
This palace which was built long ago allowed the ladies in the palace to watch festivals on street without been seen. This palace is known as Hawa Mahal as it has 953 windows that allow the passing of plenty of breezes. It resembles the crown of God Krishna. Architecturally made honeycomb-like with salmon pink coloured sculptures making it adorable.
3. Amer Fort
This fort is a perfect example of what amazing architecture looks like. Laid into four separate sections this fort lays a garden courtyard for each section. The most visited fort lies around 11 KMs away from Jaipur. Known for its various underground tunnels which can be explored by the common public.
4. Jantar Mantar
These are huge sculptures that were built up for reasons like time measurement, star tracking, predicting eclipses and so much more !! These were built around 300 years ago by the ruler of this palace. This is a large stone beautiful astronomical observatory.
5. Jal Mahal
A magnificent palace floating in the Man Sagar Lake is just a piece of Miracle. This palace was once a shooting place for the Kings. This place attracts large tourists every year
1. Birla Mandir
One of the most magnificent temples also known as Laxmi Narayan Temple is a place full of calmness and serenity. This place is illuminated at night which leaves us spellbound. The lush greenery matched with the shiny marble stones presents a breathtaking view of the temple.
2. Nahargarh Fort
Located on the edges of the Aravalli Hills, there holds a majestic view of this fort that overlooks Jaipur and offers a gorgeous view of the city's landscape. It is a worth watching view of the sunset from here.
3. Jaigarh Fort
Jaigarh fort is located 500 Ft above sea level which offers a pretty view of the landscapes. This fort was known for its prominent activities and is still a famous attraction due to its huge cannon on wheels.
4. Gatalji Kund
Gatalji Kund is considered one of the most sacred places as it is a belief that all our sins are washed away after taking a dip in the Kund. Also, there is a miracle mystery that states as water in this Kund never dry off. This temple has holy shrines of Shri Krishna, Hanuman Ji, and Lord Ram.
5. Shopping in Flee Market
Get some time out of the sightseeing and take away some of the most beautiful traditional Rajasthani things handcrafted by the residents of Jaipur for your loved ones and for yourself. You can try shopping at Bapu Bazaar or Johari Bazaar, Nehru Market, and many other places at Jaipur.
1. Panna Meena ka Kund
This is an ancient stepwell that can be reached by descending a series of stairwells. The architectural structure makes it so mesmerizing to your eyes that you wouldn't want to miss any chance to click yourself at this place.
2. Albert Hall Museum
This is one of the ancient museums in the town which also holds as a home for seven mummies. This museum consists of huge rare and beautiful articles drafted by the locals and artisans and also many other articles which one should not miss.
3. Akshardham Temple
This temple is also known as Iscon Temple, also known as Hare Rama, Hare Krishna Temple. Best known for its serenity and peace. This temple also holds various attractive light shows.
4. Jhalana Leopard Safari
Treat to the wildlife lovers this place holds an abundance of thrill and excitement. From young to elderly everyone can enjoy this place spotting free moving leopards and many other wild animals here. This park is located at the center of Jaipur.
5. Choki Dani
This place offers authentic Rajasthani food, folk music, puppet shows, dance performances, magic shows, arts and crafts, and lots more in perfect Rajasthani culture.
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