Want to know how emperors used to live in India? Want to have the same imperial experience? Most of you might be interesting in going back to the ancient times. If yes, then Jaipur is the answer to your question. Yes! The majestic royal pink city of Rajasthan is a famous tourist spot of India. Full of monuments, palaces, forts, lakes, trendy markets, heritage hotels, parks and wildlife, Jaipur is an amazing place to discover. Along with these elegant attractions, one also gets a chance to enjoy the rich culture and tradition of Rajasthan.
One of the finest ways to relish the culture and tradition of Jaipur is by attending all the festivals and fairs of the city. Cultural festivals like the Kite Festival, Elephant Festival, Teej Festival and Gangaur Festival makes you familiar with the real Jaipur. These events are full of colors, celebration and cheerfulness. Every event has its own past and cultural importance. One of the most interesting things about these events is its colorful attires, which people wear during these festivals. Also, attending these events will also make you close to the locals of the city.
Moving on to famous attractions of Jaipur; Hawa Mahal, also known as ‘Palace of winds’ was constructed in 1799 by famed ruler of Jaipur, Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh and designed in the shape of the crown by Lal Chand Ustad. Attraction of Hawa Mahal is its beautiful 953 windows called Jharokhas that are adorned with elaborate latticework. Constructed in red and pink sandstone, Hawa Mahal is the main business center of the city. The monument is viewed by almost every tourist, who is on his Jaipur tours.
Amer Fort, placed on a hill near Jaipur, is yet another popular tourist spot of Jaipur area. The fort was made by the celebrated Meenas Emperor Raja Alan Singh Chanda. However it is believed that the fort was later conquered by Kachhawa rajput. Amer fort is admired for its creative style, combining both Hindu and Mughal styles together. The artistic ambiance of this amazing fort is observed through its interiors. You will be amazed to know that approximately 5000 tourist visit this magnificent structure, everyday.
Jaigarh Fort, the third famous destination of Jaipur is positioned at Cheel ka Teela, which is also known as Hill of Eagles of the famous Aravalli ranges. Jaigarh Fort as well as Amber Fort are linked by profound passages and acknowledged as one complex. The fort presents an incredible view to the tourist. One should definitely visit the fort to enjoy the true beauty of Jaipur.
Having enjoying famous monuments of Jaipur, the journey takes you to the exciting garden, Ram Niwas Garden of Jaipur. The garden was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh in the year 1668. The garden houses thrilling bird park, the Zoo, incredible Ravindra Rang Manch Theatre, beautiful art gallery, exhibition ground, restaurants and many other picnic spots. Well! All these breathtaking places are dying to welcome you. So, without much delay, get your Jaipur trip and enjoy the ambience, here.