Pink City- Jaipur
Jaipur is not much costly to visit. “The Pink City” of the blushing shade. Also, its well-known buildings, Jaipur are a significant wonderland of culture and heritage, brimming with architectural gems. Food is very tasty in Jaipur. It’s also a paramount stop in India’s well-known Golden Triangle, a well-liked visitor circuit. Let’s start with knowing some magnificent places to visit while your Jaipur sightseeing tour, ask your tour operator to include these places to your Jaipur sightseeing tour package. Here are some places to visit in Jaipur to enjoy magnificent tour to pink city.
Jaipur in Golden Triangle India
There are many places to visit in Jaipur. Let me tell you about some places. As you know this city is one of the main destinations of golden triangle India tour followed by Agra then Delhi. You can also expend your tour two words these tour destination of golden triangle tour.
Jaipur Sightseeing Sites
These are the best places to visit in Jaipur.
- Hawa Mahal
- Nahargarh fort
- jantar mantar
- Amber fort
The Hawa Mahal is the place in the city of Jaipur. This amazing palace is a master piece and was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799. It is very unique in structure and has beautiful small windows. Hawa Mahal allows cool air to enter the place through the windows of the palace. Also, Hawa Mahal is a red and pink stone structure that looks like a crown. Hawa Mahal has 953 small windows and also known as “jharokhas”. The Hawa Mahal is based on five floors and each floor has uniquely designed.
Nahargarh fort is on the Arawali hills which overlooks the Indian state of Rajasthan Jaipur. The original name of this fort was sudhershangarh, but it came to be known as Nahargarh which means the abode of the gardeners. Popular: The belief is that the Nahar stands for Nahar Singh Bhomia. Whose spirit haunted this awakening and obstructed the construction of the fort the spirit of Nahar was specified by building a temple in his memory inside the fort, which thus came to be known by his name.
Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is considered to be the largest of five observatories. It was built during the reign of Maharaja Jay Singh || during 1720. It includes 14 major instruments for measuring time, tracking constellations, and even observing the sun. As a result, the world’s largest sundial and it is the world heritage site of UNESCO. Jantar Mantar is near Hawa Mahal. The name jantar is derived from a Sanskrit word Yantra which means instrument machine or mantar from mantrana is also a Sanskrit word consolation.
City Palace and S.M.S. II Museum
The city palace is situated in the middle of the Jaipur city, which is a great example of Rajput and Mughal architecture. Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Mukut Mahal, Maharani’s Palace, Shree Govind Dev Temple and the City Palace Museum all of them are part of city palace. You can see the Diwan-i-Khas has a private audience hall of the world’s largest sterling silverware Maharajas by the name of Gangajeli. Also, the Palace was also a patron of religious and cultural events, as well as the arts, commerce and industry.
Amber fort is one of the most interesting places in Jaipur. Fort is situated on the hill at a distance of 11 km from Jaipur. As a result, the ancient Amber fort is 1 of the most renowned forts in Rajasthan- state. It was built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh or popularity known as Amber palace, Amber fort is mixture of both Hindu and Muslim design.
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