Main Languages: Hindi, English, Marwari & Rajasthani
Population: 3,102,808 (approximately)
Location: Jaipur is capital of state and located in central Rajasthan, India.
Climate: Extreme climatic conditions with average rainfall, comfortable for traveling into typical desert weather.
Best Time to Visit: September to March.
Prime Attractions of Jaipur
Amber Fort –
This fort is very famous in Rajasthan. It is a great architect developed by the king. This is made by using white marble and sand stones; it is fantastic mix of Mughul and Rajasthani style of buildings. There are few temples and palaces inside the surroundings. Over two centuries have been passed, after its existence. It has a big temporary tank of water by the name of Maotha, that full fill the need of water inside and gardens of Amber fort. You can enjoy the elephant ride on way of exploring the fort.
Jaigarh Fort- This is also a great place of visit in Jaipur, with palaces, garden, watch towers, weapon store, huge storage rooms etc.
Hawa Mahal –
This is a palace, which was built 1799 in such a manner that, breeze blows all over the palace, hence palace remains cool in summers. This is the most famous building standing at the center of the city and on main road. Them main aim behind making this sculpture was to facilitate the royal women, a change to enjoy the processions and festivals through the mini screen windos- “Jharokhas”. This is really a well planned designed architect of old days of Jaipur.
City Palace –
This is a royal palace of the city. It was built by Sawai Jai Singh, with a beautiful garden attached to it. It is extended in vast area. There is a museum inside the palace which represents a fantastic collection of ammunitions, jewelry, different type of coins, wall painting, and miniature style of paintings.
Jantar Mantar –
This has a very huge heritage importance among the other heritage buildings. This is great example of observatories, designed by our ancestors. Sawai Jai Singh initiated this great sculpture of late medieval period in India. This observatory has been very impressive tourist place among foreign and domestic visitors.
This most beautiful and amazing hall, it has now turned into a legacy museum that place where you can educate about the history of Jaipur. The ultimate example of handicrafts and architecture Jaipur
BM Birla Planetarium- The ultimate place of amazing scientific museum. It is well-known all over India and with the facility of effective modern audio-visual equipments.
This place has a great surrounded with natural springs. This is an ancient pilgrimage center having the famous Galtaji Temple dedicated to Sun-God.
Laxmi Narayan Temple-
The interior of the temple is built amazingly. The white marble gives it a perfect elegant look; people come to see the decoration of lord Laxinarayan and goddess Lexmi. It has many stories, crafted in the form of marble statues on the walls inside.
It is been said that Lord Govind Devji is the guardian of Jaipur city. Tourists come to know the reasons after visiting this temple during Jaipur tour. Lord Govind has followers from across the country.
This is the temple of Lord Ganesha, which geives the blessings for all who come to Jaipur. This was designed in such a ways that it looks a model of a castle.