Jaipur- the place where culture amalgamated with the heritage that signified the richness and ancient royalty of the Rajput culture in every corner of the city. From palaces to ancient temples, royal heritage forts to colourful bazaars, and markets with popular gemstones and spices, you will find an array of things that make Jaipur a very popular holiday destination for foreigners.
Fort and Palace
The Pink City of India: Jaipur is the place that holds a list of many 19th-century man-made miracles where the royal Rajput families used to live in elite leisure. Amber Fort- a pale yellow and pink sandstone-made miracle that used to be a resident of Sawai Man Singh and his royal family.
City Palace- a popular tourist destination during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II that portrays the entire Mughal and Rajput Architecture designs. The palace has several attractions like galleries, Sheesh Mahal, a library, gardens, pavilions and temples.
Jaipur is very famous for its colourful bazaars, which will make you feel the heartbeat of the city and the bustling chaos of markets. Enjoy shopping at the local shops to buy the finest jewelry, handcrafted decorative items, colourful dupattas and embroidered fabrics that you will never find anywhere else.
Based on the outskirts of Pink City- Hathi Gaon is a perfect getaway for people who want to spend their time amidst peaceful nature and want to have fun riding those magnificent elephants, talking with the local people to discuss their routine life while having a good coffee or tea.
Take a ride on gigantic but friendly elephants with your loved ones and explore the local villages nearby to experience the roots of the city.
Well, there is no doubt in saying that a visit to Jaipur would be incomplete without experiencing the charm of Chokhi Dhani at least once.
Chokhi Dhani is an ethnic village theme based resort in Jaipur that will make you undergo an obsolete Rajasthani cultural experience and its tradition. Along with that, visitors can enjoy fun activities, traditional cultural performances by trained artists, puppet shows, folk dance, and the most savored North delicacy- the Rajasthani Thali.
Block printing in Sanganer and Bahru
Rajasthan is famous for its block printing designs and textiles, which are popular worldwide. The origin of the famous block printing is Jaipur, and its colours and patterns reflect the rich heritage of Rajasthan’s ancient culture. Spend your time witnessing how the artisans make these beautiful designs on the material and how these products are used in textiles and home decor. The global popularity of Rajasthan and Bagru prints highlights the universal appeal of their craftsmanship and the enduring charm of traditional textile art.
The thing that makes Rajasthan a popular tourist destination is its delicious food, which is relished across the globe. The perfect blend of spices, the richness of curries, the ultimate combination of sweet and spicy, and aroma are what make the ideal Rajasthani cuisine.
From the famous Dal Baati Churma to Gatte ki Sabji, Gajar ka Halwa and Moong ka Halwa, enjoy your favorite lip-smacking dishes during your visit to Jaipur.
Interesting walking tours
Embark on interesting walking tours into the local streets of the Pink City to witness the people doing their day-to-day chores, explore the hidden gems of the city, and monuments and, in between, savor the spicy and tasty street food.
Explore all the local markets, from Johari Bazaar to Tripolia Bazar, and click pictures of the architectural marvels and famous landmarks of the city. Lace up your walking shoes and let Jaipur unfold its wonders one step at a time.
Jaipur has a very rich culture and religious heritage and is home to very popular ancient monuments and temples which portray stories of the ancient medieval period. Birla Mandir- located at the heart of the city dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, the Govind Dev Ji Temple in City Palace- is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is known for its divine aura and vibrant festivities.
Each temple in Jaipur narrates a tale of devotion, history, and architectural brilliance, making the city a pilgrimage for both the faithful and admirers of artistry.