The Night Illumination of of Amer Fort is just fantastic! You are going to love the place in the night as the illumination keeps you mesmerised! Please have a closer look of the pictures to realise... more
Diwan-I-Khas or 'Hall of Private Audience' is an open marble paved pavilion with a double row of columns with scalloped arches. It was originally the Diwan-i-Am (Hall of Public Audience) until the... more
The Hawa Mahal is probably the most recognisable monument in Jaipur - I'd certainly dreamed of visiting it since I was a child! Built in 1799, by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh as a continuation of the... more
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 made from... more
Built to be a pleasure palace for the royal family in 1799, Jal Mahal Palace (translated as Water Palace) of Jaipur is an extremely romantic place with its red sandstone intricate architecture casting... more
I just adore monkeys and there was no way I was going to pass up the opportunity to go to Galta Temple. After stopping for a very late lunch we went to Galta Temple – also known as Monkey Temple.
This is one of the most beautiful and significant place of Jaipur. Unfortunately, we just could not make a proper visit to this place , just drove past from below. The pictures also were taken from... more
Visit Choki Dhani you'll definitely feel the ambiance of authentic Rajasthani village.
They have a restaurant and even a hotel which could be costly though, they have some packages available. Kindly... more
I revisited this place again on 16th November'2012. This time I could take pictures by going inside the campus! I used my 10-20 lens!
The Birlas are one of the richest Industrialists of India, who... more
It's not hard to understand why Jaipur is called the pink city when one sees the city walls! Built in 1727 when the city was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the walls encircling most of the old city... more
Jaipur was a favourite spot with the important personalities of the British Raj and the Maharajas always arranged for their guests of honour elephant rides up to the Amber palace. Even today, the... more
The Central Museum has vast number of antiques stored in and is absolutely fabulous.
One of the oldest and the most famous Museum is the Government Central Museum or Albert museum was constructed... more
The Maharaja of Jaipur holds control over the City Palace, but has been required for political and cultural reasons to open up most of it to the public. However, there are parts of the City Palace... more
One palace have many names like Shesh Mahal, Mirrors Palace, Diwan-i-khas, Jai Mandir etc.The marble jai Mandir, the Hall of Victory is famous for its inlaid panel and dazzling mirrors fabulous... more
The camelride goes through several villages, a small dessert and a large savanna area. In the villages the people want to get to know you better. They like being on pictures and touching your hair.... more
This palace was bult by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1710 A.D. for accommdating his rani (Queen).Who was priacens of Udaipur and who wanted to live in a separate palace other then those in Amber.She... more
The most sumptuous palace in Jaipur (that is open to the public, at least), Rambagh Palace is also the city's most expensive hotel, run by the Taj Group. It is set amid impeccably manicured gardens... more
We heard that Jaipur was the place to buy silks and jewelery and we did but I found the experience frustrating because in the bazaar there are a ton of stalls the majority of which sell cheap fabrics,... more
Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan and also part of the Golden Triangle which also takes in the cities of Delhi and Agra. There are several palaces and forts which pay homage to the past ruling...
Jaipur is in the middle of the golden triangle of the indian tourism which includes Delhi, Agra and indeed, Jaipur.
This very impressing city isn’t really big, but is fullfilled of important sites......
The city of Jaipur has long been associated with Indian royalty. Mulgal kings and Hindu Rulers have both considered Jaipur to be a focal point of their rule(s). Jaipur is also considered to be part of...
Jaipur is first well planned city in India,only the walled city is Pink color.
Its capital of Rajasthan state.Famous for Palaces,
forts,beautiful gardens&shopping for jewellery.258 km from Delhi.Delhi...
We visited Jaipur from 30th April to 4th May'12 but I was not at all satisfied as I missed many places and what I could see was all in a hurry. This happened as this was my official visit and despite...