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Cherish the royal legacy at the Pick City of Jaipur
Jaipur is the vibrant capital city of Rajasthan. It is a colourful city, gifted with the name of Pink City from its pink coloured architecture. Witness a nice blend of old and new lifestyle as you walk along the old pathways of this princely state, glittering with shopping malls and with swarms of bikes.
The City Palace is the centre of attraction of Jaipur. With its majestic architecture, precious stone studded interiors and a gallery of rich paintings, belongings of the royal family and artefacts, this palace exhibits royal lifestyle of the Rajput clan.
The Hawa Mahal is an amazing architecture. With 983 windows and numerous ‘jharokhas’, this palace is aptly known as the ‘Palace of Winds.’ The royal ladies used to watch the processions and daily life from these windows.
Spend some romantic moments with your loved ones at the tranquil environment of the Jal Mahal, located at the heart of the deep blue waters of the Sagar Lake.
The Amber Fort encircled with the rugged hills, stands as a proud epitome of Rajput gallantry. Enjoy a majestic tour to the Fort on a decorated elephant, just like a Rajput monarch. Constructed with red sandstone and marble, the Fort exhibits Hindu style of architecture.
The Nahargarh Fort used to be another important part of the defence ring of the capital city; get a bird’s eye view of Jaipur from here. The Jaigarh Fort is the best looking fort at Jaipur, constructed amidst lush greenery and known to house the world’s largest cannon on wheels.
Jaipur, the shopper’s paradise is famous for its designer leather shoes, famous boutique dress materials and beautiful mehendi designs. The evenings are entertaining here with folk songs, dance and puppet shows.
As you walk along the cobbled paths of golden Jaipur, the proud history of India unfolds itself among the rugged terrains, placid waters and palatial palaces of the city.
As you experience a royal life at the palace turned hotels of Jaipur, do not miss the extravagant Rajasthani cuisines of dal batti, churma, spicy ‘lal maas’, sweet ghewar and steaming hot payaaz kachoris.
The Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is one of the oldest observatories of the country. With world’s largest stone sun dial and numerous scientific tools, this 200 years old astronomical centre is a must visit in Jaipur.
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