Sugan Niwas Palace

Vijay Path (Behind Sindhi Camp Bus Stand), Bani Park, Jaipur, 302006, India
Sugan Niwas Palace
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Travel Tips for Jaipur

Nut sellers in Jaleb Chowk

by Willettsworld

If you like your nuts then this is the place to come to whilst in Jaipur. For some reason all the nut sellers seem to be congregated here - here being the road you take into the City Palace complex from the Hawa Mahal (off of Siredeori Bazaar, which runs outside the Hawa Mahal). Don't quite know why they're here. Suppose there's a lot of passing trade.

Carpets and More

by NedHopkins about Rajasthan Small Scale Cottage Industries

Carpets, jewellery, and souvenirs of all kinds (statuettes of Hindu gods, the Buddha, and historical figures, for example) are sold in this emporium.

A Government of India certificate gives assurance that none of the store's products were made by child labor.

I bought a gorgeous, 6x9' Indo-Persian carpet (handwoven, silk, 1600 knots psi). I was told it would go to New Delhi that very day; be shipped by DHL; and arrive at my home in California 10-14 days later. It did: it beat me home.

If you visit the store, ask to see the huge marble replica of the Taj Mahal that's kept in a curtained-off storage area. Carpets. Prices are better than what I found in Delhi.

The jewellery and souvenir items were not much different from what one finds in tiny to large stores all over India. Small, woolen carpets can be had for less than US$200; 9x12' and larger silk rugs can go into five figures.

food at night at fort with night stay

by kuldip.rawal

the best part about nahar for is , you can go there in the evening and enjoy the sun set . and they have rajasthan tourism hotel at the fort where the food is great. only one room in the entire hotel is avaialable for guest and spending a night there is wonderful experience as you can enjoy view of jaipur from the top of the hill

visit of Amber Fort

by Hui-Hui

The castle was built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh. Its gate is magnificent of rice-yellow color. There are Diwan-i Am (Hall of Public Audience) and several palaces like Sheesh Mahal (mirror palace) and Sukh Niwas (summer palace). There is a source of water in the summer palace and water flows through the canals inside marble walls for cooling down the room temperature. Rain palace is the upstairs of winter palace. There is a bronze pipe fixed on exterior wall of the door. Before a long curtain was hung there with water flew from the pipe up to down for making ambiance of raining day. Mirror palace decorated with countless mirrors and carvings is just shining! Anyway, amber fort is an excellent example showing how luxury royal family's life was!!

Birla Temple

by nupz

Birla temple is also called as Laxmi narayan Temple and is one of the grandest temple in the mordern architecture.It was completed in 1988 and completely made up of white marbles.It is situated just below the famous moti dungri hills.

The attractive stained windows glass windows of the temple depict scenes from Hindu Mythology. The idols of the temple look so real as if, they would utter a word just now. Amongst all the idols, the marble idol of Ganesha is a masterpiece which looks almost-transparent. The idols of Lord Vishnu and his consort, Lakshmi attract the attention, being made out from one piece of marble. The temple also portrays great historical achievers, philosophers and religious saints such as Socrates, Zarathustra, Christ, Buddha, and Confucius.

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