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Things to do in Jaipur

Best attractions to visit in Jaipur

1. Albert Hall Museum - Jaipur

Albert Hall Museum

Albert corridor exhibition hall is one of the real visitor puts in jaipur. Albert Hall exhibition hall Jaipur was composed by a British engineer, Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, who consolidated India Islamic design with neo-gothic that was in vogue in the Victorian time. This style of design is alluded to as Indo-Saracenic and the Albert Hall Museum is the finest case in Rajasthan. The complex was finished 10 years after the fact in the rule of Madho Singh II who chose the Albert Hall Jaipur ought to be utilized as a gallery rather than an administration working as Madho Singh I had arranged. This is one of the most seasoned exhibition halls of Jaipur and keeps the substance of the Maharajas of Jaipur. There are number of patios, passages and towers remaining as an image for rich engineering legacy of the nation.

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2. Amer Fort - Jaipur

Amer Fort

The Amber Fort was built by ‘Raja Shri Maan Singh JI Saheb’ (Maan Singh I) (December 21, 1550 – July 6, 1614) in 16th century. Man Singh, one of the first war chiefs or the trusted general of the Emperor Akbar. Akbar included him among the ‘Navaratnas’, or the 9 (nava) gems (ratna) of the royal court. Man Singh began the construction of a fortress-palace of white and red sandstone i.e. Amber Fort in 1592. He was the Kacchwaha (Rajput) of King of Amber, a state later known as Jaipur. Nearby he ordered to set a small temple devoted to ‘Sheela Mata’, his patron goddess.

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3. City Palace - Jaipur

City Palace

A complex of patios, greenery enclosures and structures, the amazing City Palace is ideal in the focal point of the Old City. The external divider was worked by Jai Singh II, yet inside it the castle has been amplified and adjusted throughout the hundreds of years. There are royal residence structures from various times, some dating from the mid twentieth century. It is a striking mix of Rajasthani and Mughal design. Entering through Virendra Pol, you'll see the Mubarak Mahal (Welcome Palace), worked in the late nineteenth century for Maharaja Madho Singh II as a gathering community for going to dignitaries. Its multiarched and colonnaded development was concocted in an Islamic, Rajput and European complex stew by the engineer Sir Swinton Jacob.

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4. Govind Dev Ji Temple - Jaipur

Govind Dev Ji Temple

The GovindDev Ji Temple is an extremely well known place that is critical, profound and religious goal for Hindus, particularly for the lovers of Shree Krishna. The sanctuary is encompassed by many gardens in which there are couple of excellent light fixtures (which originated from Europe) and numerous artistic creations of Indian craftsmanship. The Govind Dev Ji Mandir is a hallowed place that was made for the eighth symbol of Shree Krishna ji maharaj. This wonderful sanctuary is situated in the pink city of Jaipur which is a well known traveler goal. Prior the icon of Govind Ji Maharaj was kept at the Vrindavan sanctuary situated in north Indian condition of UP (Uttar Pradesh) yet later on Raja Sawai Jai Singh ji conveyed it to Jaipur.

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5. Hawa Mahal - Jaipur

Hawa Mahal

The Hawa Mahal Jaipur is the beautiful many windowed extension of the City Palace that is said to resemble the honeycomb structure of a bee’s nest. Since the construction of the Hawa Mahal Jaipur in 1799 the building has become the iconic structure of the city and the pink sandstone palace is considered as the finest example of Rajput architecture. The Hawa Mahal Jaipur covers 5 floors and this pyramidal structure signifies both the crown of the Hindu god Krishna and the the tail of a peacock implying royalty and power.

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6. Jaigarh Fort - Jaipur

Jaigarh Fort

The Jaigarh Fort is a majestic stronghold built by Sawan Jai Singh II. This almost-intact fort is surrounded by huge battlements and is connected to the Amer Fort (also called 'Amber' Fort), with subterranean passages. Apart from the intricate architecture of the fort, the fort was also renowned for a huge treasure that was believed to be buried under the fort. It is now said that the government of Rajasthan seized the treasure when it was discovered in the 1970s. The Jaigarh Fort was built to secure Jaipur City and the Amer fort from warlords and rivals.

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7. Jaipur Zoo - Jaipur

Jaipur Zoo

Jaipur, the lively city of Rajasthan thrives in tradition, glorious past, legends, splendor, and architectural magnificence in addition to panoramic natural beauty. Jaipur is so lively and energetic. A single trip to this eye-catching city is perpetual. Among several attractions, one of the trinkets of Jaipur is the Jaipur Zoo, which is otherwise known as the Zoological Garden. Among the diverse parks in Jaipur, Zoological Garden is considered as the most excellent sanctuaries in Jaipur.

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8. Jal Mahal - Jaipur

Jal Mahal

Possibly the most serene sight amidst the chaos of Jaipur is the beautiful Jal Mahal Jaipur, the Water Palace. This low-rise symmetrical palace, that once was a shooting lodge for the Maharajah, appears to float in the centre of Sagar Lake. The light sand coloured stone walls of the Jal Mahal Jaipur are at a stark contrast to the deep blue of the waters of the lake, while from the innards of the palace lush foliage sprouts. Apart from the small market stalls and camel rides there is not much else to do at the Jal Mahal.

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9. Jantar Mantar - Jaipur

Jantar Mantar

"Jantar Mantar" these two enchanted and puzzles words droning in India by many individuals in their youth to satisfy their supernatural dreams however these words are more than that. The expression "Jantar Mantar" actually signifies "instruments for measuring the agreement of the sky". In Jaipur city there are royal residences, sanctuaries, greenery enclosures and lakes they all have their significance in their place however the cosmic observatory set up by the ruler Sawai Jai Singh have International significance. The Jantar Mantar houses different design and prophetic instruments that have gotten the interests of cosmologists, history specialists and planners around the globe. It is thought to be one of the biggest observatories at any point constructed.

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10. Moti Doongri and Lakshmi Narayan Temple - Jaipur

Moti Doongri and Lakshmi Narayan Temple

Among the important landmarks dotting the southern horizon is the small privately owned hilltop fort of Moti Doongari which is shaped like a Scottish castle, the Ganesh Temple at the foot of the hill and the marble built Lakshmi Narayan Temple. The mouth watering Indian food cooked here will add four moons to your travel. Not only Indian food, but the thai, chinese and contenintal food will also render a unique experience. The best part is its location, that is, being in the hub of city, there is no problem of transportation to travel destinations.

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