Jaipur Travel Guide


Jaipur Travel Guide

Jaipur is called "Pink City". Jaipur is famous for its unique beauty, magnificent architecture and royal history. Because of the inviting palaces, exciting camel/elephant rides, vibrant Rajasthani culture, and delicious food, Jaipur takes us from a time machine to an old-fashioned journey in which the King used to sit and today in the 21st century we They introduce the Maharaja's grand-divine lifestyle.

Jaipur is a city that has attracted tourists from around the world with its aura, beauty and glitter. You can learn about Rajasthan's culture, lifestyle and folklore by coming here. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are considered to be the Golden Triangle (tourism triangle) of the tourism region of India because most foreign tourists are coming in these three zones.

Located in the mountains of Aravali, Jaipur is a beautiful city with various colors. Jaipur is beautifully decorated with beautiful hills and lakes, and glorious forts like Amber Palace, Nahargarh and Jaigad Fort decorate this. The old "Walled City" is known for its narrow streets, pink shops and buildings such as the Hawa Mahal, City Palace, and Jantar Mantar. These are the same streets that attract tourists from all over the world for their sweets, snacks and shopping. Let us give you information about the top 10 sights of Jaipur which are able to attract tourists from all over the world.

1. Birla Temple

Birla Temple of Jaipur is one of the famous temples of India. It was constructed in Birla Group of Company in 1988. This temple is made of white marble. This temple has a magnificent statue of Laxmi Narayan. Which is made from a piece of stone? The outer part of the temple is also very attractive and its stairs are also made of marble. Shankar is an attractive idol of God in the outside garden. If you want to book a car rental in Jaipur, then visit given the link and read Jaipur Tourism Packages. 

2. Hawa Mahal

The exclusive and most popular tourist destination of Jaipur, the Hawa Mahal is an extraordinary building made of red and pink sandstone. This five-storey building was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. The name of the Hawa Mahal has been taken from its unique structure. There is a network of many small windows in this building, from which the cold wind enters the palace and during the summer months the palace keeps the palace cool and pleasant. The main reason behind the construction of the palace was that the women members of the royal family had to see the city's life and procession, without getting out, sitting in the palace. This palace was built in such a way that the ladies of the royal family could see from inside, but no one could see them from outside.

This five-storey building has a specially decorated accommodation on every floor. A fascinating fountain welcomes you inside the main palace, from which you can reach different floors. From the top floor of the palace, views of City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Sirh Deari Market can be seen. There is also a small museum in which ancient artifacts related to the Rajput lifestyle are kept.

3. City Palace

City Palace is an influential group of yards, gardens and buildings that exist in the old "Wolled City". This was the seat of the Maharaja of Jaipur, head of Kachchwa Rajput Dynasty. City Palace is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Jaipur and one of the main landmarks. It was built by Sawai Jai Singh between 1729 and 1732 AD.

City Palace is the main residence of Jaipur's Raj Bhavan, although a part of the palace is currently a museum. The magnificent building of the City Palace is a unique model of Mughal and Rajput architecture. The premises of this palace include Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Queen's Palace, Shri Govind Dev Temple, Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Aam, Pritam Niwas Chowk and City Palace Museum.

Lunar mansion

Mubarak Palace


Queen Palace

4. Jantar Mantar

It is one of the top tourist destinations of Jaipur City. This monument is the largest of the five astronomical observatories present in India. It was constructed by King Sawai Jai Singh in 1727-1733. This name has been taken from the Sanskrit mantra, which means 'means of calculation'. In 2010, it was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India. This observatory has a nineteen machine made of stone and bronze. Due to the clever design and arrangement of these devices, supervisors can guess the position of heavenly bodies with their eyes.

5. Nahargarh Fort

The Nahargarh fort is one of the many countless palaces of Jaipur and beautiful historic buildings that tell the magnificent and rich history of this city. Built-in 1734 and expanded in 1868, this strong fort is visible to the whole city. Made of delicate carving and stone artwork, this fort is an impenetrable fort, which together with the two neighboring forts, Aamer Fort and Jaigad Fort, used to protect the city of Jaipur at some point of time. It was originally called the Sudarshangarh fort, but later it was changed to Nahargarh fort, which literally means "residence of Tigers".

There are many well-preserved structures inside the fort. The most beautiful is the Madhavendra Bhawan, which is a magnificent hall with complex murals and plasterwork. The Nahargarh fort was mainly used for the ladies of the royal house; hence there is also the Janaana palace. The 'Mardana Mahal' of the male members of the royal family was also constructed here.