Sunrise Health Resort

Village Sar (Bilochi) at D-Zone, Chandwaji, Jaipur-Delhi Bypass Hwy, Jaipur, 302001, India
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Elephant Transport at Amber Fort

by lynnehamman

The plight of the elephants that have to carry tourists up to Amber Fort disturbs me deeply.
Elephants are meant to inhabit forests and jungles- not cities.Moreover, they are not meant to trudge miles along burning hot tarmac-covered roads, carrying tourists. I understand the thrill that a tourist may feel, having a ride on an elephants back- but there is a huge difference between carrying up to 4 people up a steep hill (to Amber Fort) in the heat, and taking a tourist for a short walk.
Elephants that are used for transportation at Amber have to make the 11 km walk from their compound in the old city at Jaipur every morning, carry passengers all day, and then walk back to Jaipur. The heat is intolerable. They suffer from sunburn, and the hot tarmac must be agonising on their feet (often affected by foot disease) Their Mahouts, who also work under difficult circumstances and often have concern about the welfare of the elephants, have to prod them with metal goads. This desparate, painful discipline is needed to keep their charges in order. Elephants need a lot of water every day, and the water supplies are low in summer.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE take this advice if you care for animals- WALK up the hill to the fort, or take a jeep. It will be one less load on a Jaipur Elephant.

The flower Market

by schlumpf about The flower Market

As you would see from the picture, the man on my right side is thinking “And who tha hell is this man? And what tha f*** is doing here?!”...That’s why, you gotta come to this amazing market.
None is stressing you, and you are the main attarction. Passing trought the streets of this cool market, someone will offer you a piece of flower, and he is seriously offering you this!!!! Something that will never happend again in the whole country!.
The market is pretty small, but walk trough it, up and down, is a pretty nice activity that will take you a couple of hours.
The smell that there is in the whole area is somehting beautifull.
If you keep the Hawa Mahal on your backside, just cross the street and keep the right. The market is located 100 meter on the right, you cannot miss it!

temple

by shane_balmes

Amber Fort is located a few kilometers from from Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan. It stands perched atop a cliff beside the Jaipur Delhi Highway. The architecture is a fine blend of the Mughal and Rajput schools of architecture, beautifully combining white marble and redstone.
One if its attraction is the Amber Palace, a magnificent structure built within the Amber Fort. Large, sprawling gardens, grand, chambers and large rooms, a rich decoration and excellent planning mark the construction of the Amber Palace. Built by Man Singh I, a Rajput ruler of Jaipur belonging to the Kachwaha clan and a general in the Mughal army, the Amber Palace boasts of spectacular structures such as the Ganesh Pole, Jai Mandir, Sheesh Mahal and Sukh Niwas.

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Celestial Observations: Jai Praksh Yantra

by atufft

Jai Singh II's most original astronomical device at Jantar Mantar, and perhaps also the most challenging in terms of construction, is clearly the Jai Praksh Yantra, a pair of hemispheres of made from marble capable of determining both the ecliptic pole during the day and the celestial coordinates at night. There is cross of wires the axis of which during the day casts a small shadow on the 4 meter wide hemisphere belowl, providing the ecliptic pole. At night a special sighting tube is placed in the wire set-up, and the view climbs under the hemispheres to view the celestrial body. The reason two hemispheres were constructed was for continuous observations throughout the day and night. Another device of interest is the round shaped double equatorial sundial. Among the other devices, the big astrolabe is interesting in part because it is made from a special alloy of seven metals that Jai Singh II developed to overcome the problem of expansion and contraction of the device due to hot and cold temperatures during the day and night. The astrolabe, a device already well known to mariners, is a star chart engraved in a metal disc. Similar to a slide ruler in operation, moveable rulers calculate the rising and setting points of celestial bodies. With a sighting tube the zenith distance of a star can be determined as well. At Jantar Mantar, there are several such fixed devices that require less precise operation but nevertheless due to their larger size produce more satisfactory results and accuracy. Standard astrolabes are between 30 and 50 cm in diameter while the astrolabe of Jai Singh is a huge two metres in diameter. There's also an interesting device that resembles, but with much greater accuracy, the effects of Stonehenge, upright stone pillars that cast shadows over a complex of precisely constructed marble vectors. See the link below for a more in depth explanation of the construction and purpose of devices at Jantar Mantar.

Palace of Winds

by Bjorgvin

One of the most famous sights in Jaipur is the Hawa Mahal (The Palace of Winds, 1799), which is in fact not a palace, but a beautiful façade of pink sandstone with c. 950 airy windows. At these windows the ladies of the court used to sit and watch the life on the streets without being watched.

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