Jaipur Travel Guide

Jaipur is known as the pink city as the historic centre of Jaipur is painted a terracotta pink colour and there is even a local law that instructs all buildings within Jaipur be painted the distinctive pink. The reason is that this pink is a royal colour and the entire city was painted, under the direction of the Maharajah for the visit of Prince Albert in 1876. Jaipur is situated between Delhi and the popular western Rajasthan area, therefore the city is a convenient destination to add to any tour of the region. For visitors following the shorter “Golden Triangle Tour route” Jaipur has a unique atmosphere and heritage when compared to Delhi and Agra. Travellers can explore Jaipur city with excursion to Amber Fort, which is famous for 17th century air-conditioning system and Rajputana architecture. Enjoy Elephant ride while going up to the fort, photo stop at Jal Mahal, visit City Palace, Jantar Mantar & Hawa Maahl, Alberto Hall Museum. Evening explore local Markets in Jaipur for shopping. This capital of Rajasthan is also a gateway to other tourist places like Ajmer, Pushkar, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Mount Abu in the state.

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A state that invites visitors with melodic tune of ‘Padhaaro Maare Desh’(Come to My Land), Rajasthan beckons the rich culture and history of India. Most of us recognize Rajasthan as a state of vibrant folk dance and music, gigantic forts and palaces, spicy food, colourful and large turbans, extensive golden sand desert, camels and the pride of Rajasthani men, Moochh (Moustache). Thus making it an incredible place to visit and enjoy unforgettable holidays. Sprawling in an area of 342239 sq km, Rajasthan is a North Indian state which seems befitting for visitors of all ages. In other words, tours in Rajasthan are a way to acquaint one with history, culture, wildlife and nature along with adventure of a place that is just so exceptional A state that invites visitors with melodic tune of ‘Padhaaro Maare Desh’(Come to My Land), Rajasthan beckons the rich culture and history of India. Most of us recognize Rajasthan as a state of vibrant folk dance and music, gigantic forts and palaces, spicy food, colourful and large turbans, extensive golden sand desert, camels and the pride of Rajasthani men, Moochh (Moustache). Thus making it an incredible place to visit and enjoy unforgettable holidays. Sprawling in an area of 342239 sq km, Rajasthan is a North Indian state which seems befitting for visitors of all ages. In other words, tours in Rajasthan are a way to acquaint one with history, culture, wildlife and nature along with adventure of a place that is just so exceptional

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