On this day of Mahashivratri, check out the most auspicious Shiva temples in Jaipur that you must visit to celebrate Mahashivratri in Jaipur.
Great tourist place and a wonderful picnic spot for the locals, the beautiful Statue Circle Jaipur is a tribute to the founder of Jaipur, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Let’s know more about Statue Circle Jaipur.
The exquisite palaces of Jaipur await your presence with heart filled with enthusiasm. One can revel and rebel with this gregarious curiosity to find out what lies in all these wonderful palaces of Jaipur India.
Khole ke Hanumanji temple is one of the religious places located in the vicinity of the Jaipur city. Read to know more about the magnificent temple.
The ancient historic temples of Jaipur make an important part of the overall identity of the city of Jaipur, which is why the city is also known as Chhoti Kashi.
Amar Jawan Jyoti is a monument constructed to pay tribute to all martyrs and soldiers.
Nahargarh Biological Park is another hangout spot for nature and wildlife lovers as wild animals are provided great comfort and healthy food here.
Kanak Ghati of Jaipur is a fascinating place to dwell with the scenic nature amidst its lush green landscape and enjoy a little picnic.
Visit the top museums and galleries in Jaipur, which attract people with their collection of interesting artefacts.
With its rich heritage and culture, the Jaipur city also has a few decent museums and galleries, which exhibit interesting artefacts and antique pieces that interest both visitors and locals.
Walk Through War Museum, which is entirely dedicated to the brave-hearted soldiers, is a great site to spend peaceful, serene evenings in the Jaipur city.
Check out these 6 day out places in and around Jaipur and spend that perfect day out with your friends.
Pink city Jaipur is a beautiful city with a variety of sensational spots, extravagant hotels, splendid palaces and other romantic sites for couples to visit and spend some quality time together.
The foundation stone of this stadium was laid during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II, who was also famously known as SMS.
Jaipur is a beautiful city and monsoons make it even more amazing. Here is a list of top 6 places to visit during monsoons in Jaipur to make the most out of Jaipur rains.
From the longevous and majestic forts to the pink dyed Parkotas, the Jaipur City has a lot to be proud of.
Ravindra Rang Manch holds a distinct lace as the renowned cultural center of Jaipur
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Birla Planetarium Inaugurated by the then Prime Minister if India, Pundit Jawaharlal 29 1962 Birla Planetarium holds a distinct place for the astrology aficionado and space connoisseurs alike
Rajasthan is a state that is profoundly blessed with many accomplished artists who excel in their relevant field of art
Jaipur is home to several ancient temples of great religious significance and architectural magnificence.
Ganesh temple is beautiful shrine and famous for its divine blessing upon the Pink city. You can feel the tranquility of the spiritual aura of this place.
This grand temple was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh II during 1735.
The Birla Temple is centrally located and easily accessible from all parts of the Pink City.
Pink City has been wearing beautiful colour, and welcoming its visitor with great love, compassion and care for long time and giving some of the best tourist places to visit and enjoy
Swami Narayan Mandir (Akshardham Temple) is one of the most visited and popular spiritual sites of Pink City
Shri Veer Hanuman Samod Temple also known as Shri Samod Balaji is one of the most ancient religious place in Rajasthan.
Jeen Mata Mandir, located 110 km from the Jaipur city is a place of religious significance as well as a sightseeing spot.
Enjoy the real beauty and peaceful ambiance of Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh, one of the most visited tourist spots of the Pink City
The pink city Jaipur is no less green. It is home to a number of well-maintained gardens and parks in every locality. Discover some of the most popular gardens of the Jaipur city.
Although there are many gardens in the Pink city, but the tempting allure of Central Park has a different appeal.
The city of Jaipur is home to a variety of architectural marvels from historic times.
Jal Mahal is an 18th century palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. Jal Mahal Jaipur is famous for its exquisite architecture.
This sturdy, sprawling fort was built in 1726 by Mahraja Jaisingh II when the Jaipur was made capital of the state. The 3 Km long fort had a distinct identity as the best foundry of the country and many high-end canons were cast in the compounds of its canon foundry
Constructed several centuries ago, Amber is the principal tourist attraction of Jaipur. This massive and sprawling for depicts the erstwhile royal lifestyle of Rajput kings. The fort is mainly built with Red Sandstone and houses various beautiful palaces and temples.
Among the three major forts: Amber, Jaigarh and Nahragarh the Nahargarh held a distinct value due to its sky-kissing height and fortifications
HawaMahal of the most prominent architects of the era Lal Chand Ustad used best of his artistic skills and architectural excellence to conceptualize and plan the design of the palace
Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is a planet observatory that was built by Mahraja Sawai Jai Singh in 1738
City Palace is a prominent tourist hotspot in the city, famed for its awe-inspiring palace complex of wonderful palaces, art galleries, gardens, courtyards and richly decorated gates.
Albert Hall Museum is the oldest museum of Jaipur, Rajasthan. It holds a rich collection of artefacts including paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, colourful crystal works, etc.
Explore historic Jaipur through the ages; from being the royal land of Rajput Kings to witnessing the British colonial age. Jaipur brings you a number of magnificent forts and palaces, old museum, clock towers and other historic structures that would take you to centuries ago.