5 Most Places To Visit In Jaipur


5 Most Places To Visit In Jaipur

                          
 ABOUT JAIPUR


 Jaipur
 Jaipur

 Jaipur was established by Sawai Mansingh Dattiya on November 18, 1727. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is also known as "East of Paris" "Pink City".

About Jaipur

Jaipur was founded by Sawai Mansingh Datia on 18 November 1727. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is also known as the "Pink City" of "Paris of the East".


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5 Most Places To Visit In Jaipur



AMER FORT

AMER FORT
AMER FORT


Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastani suddenly made headlines at the beautiful Amber Fort in Jaipur. An important battle scene played by Ranveer Singh will be shot here, besides major targets will also be shot at other locations in the city. Famous for its mirror work, the fort and its history are vibrant with evening lights and sound shows. The elephant ride to the entrance of the fort and 'Ambar till night' allows tourists to see the attractively lighted chowk and palace.



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Foreigners: INR 200 for adults, INR 100 for students (admission and camera inclusive)
Indian: INR 25 for adults, INR 10 for students (admission and camera included)
Elephant ride: INR 900 for 2 people
By Amber Knight: INR 100 per person

JAIGARH FORT


Jaigad Fort, situated on one of the peaks of the Aravalli ranges of hills, is about 400 meters above the Amer Fort. It provides an excellent view of the Aravalli hills and the Amer Fort from below.


The fort is 10 km from Jaipur city. It stands at a small bend off the Jaipur-Delhi highway, which leads to the Jaiwan Cannon at Dungar Darwaza ('Darwaza' 'Dwar'), the same road leading to another important fort called Nahargarh Fort. To reach the Awami Gate near the museum of the fort, the Amer Fort can also be approached for climbing a small hill.

JAL MAHAL


Jal Mahal Mahal is a display of Rajput style of architecture on a grand scale. The building has a panoramic view of the lake, but due to its solitude from the land there is a point of view from the Man Sagar Dam on the eastern shore of the lake in front of the backdrop of the surrounding Nahargarh hills. This palace built in red sandstone is a five-storey building, four floors of which are filled with water, when the lake is full and the top floor is exposed. A rectangular umbrella on the roof is of Bengal type. The canopies on all four corners are octagonal. The palace has suffered damage in the past due to waterlogging and has also partially percolated, which has been repaired under a restoration project of the Rajasthan government.



HAWA MAHAL

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In 1799, the Kachwaha Rajput ruler, Sawai Pratap Singh, grandson of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, ordered Lal Chand Usta to expand the Royal City Palace. At that time, the Purdah system was strictly followed. Rajput royal women should not be seen by strangers nor be visible in any public area. The construction of Hawa Mahal allows royal women to enjoy every day on the road, from the street scene to the royal procession.


CITY PLACE


A structured complex of spacious courtyards, manicured gardens and beautifully built palaces, the City Palace of Jaipur is one of the places to visit in Jaipur. An impressive fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture, the palace is still home to the last ruling royal family, who live in a private part of the palace. The grand sections of the City Palace such as Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Aam, Maharani Palace, still tell tales of Jaipur's glorious past and are ideal destinations for history lovers and photographers. Set aside one day in your Jaipur travel route to walk in the corridors of the City Palace

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