Jodha-Akbar Bollywood movie shot at Amer Fort, Jaipur
Jaipur is a city that has well-preserved its heritage and heritage buildings. The city still has a number of heritage monuments and buildings that attract both locals and the tourists with their beauty. Today on World heritage Day, we bring you this beautiful video showcasing the beauty and heritage of the city of Jaipur.
The video 'Jaipur Nagri by City of Jaipur' has been compiled and edited by the team of cityofjaipur.com and we would like to appreciate Harish Satwani and Past Pages for capturing the pink city in such an amazing manner in their documentaries.
Share your views about this video from the Jaipur streets.
• The first ever World Heritage Day was celebrated on 18 April 1982 by the International Council on Monuments and Sites in Tunisia.
• UNESCO recognised this day in the year 1983.
• Before this, every 18th April was celebrated as World Monuments and Archaeological Sites Day.
This beautiful photograph clicked from the ancient Garh Ganesh Temple shows breathtaking views of the entire pink city. The panoramic photograph taken from Garh Ganesh temple captures all of Jaipur, right from Nahargarh Hills to Jal Mahal and the walled city area of Jaipur. Built by Sawai Jai Singh I, the temple itself is a significant part of Jaipur's rich heritage. it was built in a way that the idol of Lord Ganesh was visible from Chandra Mahal.
The heritage sites in Jaipur are so beautiful that these are the first choice for shooting location for Films and TV shows. Also the government is making it easier for film makers to shoot at the exotic locations in Jaipur. Since the introduction of single window by the tourism department, it takes only 15 days to get the permission for shooting at Jaipur heritage sites. This has only led to an increase in the demand for these locations. The demand further increases if the film or TV show is based on some historic story. Check out the 16 Bollywood movies shot at Jaipur locations.
On the World Heritage Day 2017, you can enjoy free entry at all state museums of the Department of Archaeology and Museums. On this occasion you will be welcomed with shehnai vaadan, painting competition, folk dance performances and other interesting cultural programs.