Places To Visit In Jaipur | Where To Go

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Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, is situated 268 km from the capital of India, Delhi. And it is the 10th most populous city in India, and one of the top tourist destinations near Delhi. Along with Agra and Delhi, Jaipur has Indian tourism’s golden triangle. Here we are listing down some of the popular places to visit in Jaipur. And is one of the famous tourist destinations of Rajasthan.

Most Attractive Places to Visit In Jaipur:

Jaipur aka "Pink City" has enticing scenes that must have emerged in your mind as soon as you hear the name, right? The city is said to have been painted pink in the joy of welcoming the Prince of Wales and since then it came to be known as Pink City. The first thing that will come to your mind in Jaipur's sightseeing will be Hawa Mahal and of course, it should also come because you are familiar with its incomparable beauty.

Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal is located in the heart of Jaipur city. This palace was built by King Sawai Jai Singh after his Ashwamedha Yagna for bathing with his queens and pandits. Along with this, he used to come here to Bharmana with his queens in his spare time. However, this palace has now developed into a bird sanctuary. There are between two and a half to three thousand migratory birds. Along with this, there is also the largest nursery of Rajasthan, with more than 1 lakh trees planted.

Jaigarh Fort

Jaigarh Fort is a major tourist destination in the pink city of Jaipur, India, which is a very grand structure located on the top of the 'Chil Ka Teela' hills in the city. This beautiful structure was built in 1726 by Sawai Raja Jai Singh II to protect the Amber Fort. Let us tell you that an underground route goes from this fort to Amer Fort and it is also called "Fort of Victory".

Hawa Mahal

This palace, built by Maharaja Sawai Singh, is a symbol of indomitable beauty. This palace was built for the royal nobles so that they could become an audience of festivals, festivities, and movements in the street, Maholle. It is built by Hindu, Rajput, and Islamic architecture, with 953 jharokhas from where you will be able to see the surrounding views. The air passing through the vents will take you to a world of peace, where you will not get tired of collecting the sweet air of pleasure.

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