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Ram Bagh, Jaipur Tour PackageHistory of Jaipur

Maharaja Jai Singh II, a Kachhwaha Rajput, who was ruled from 1699 to 1744, Jaipur founder, the pink city in 1727. Originally his capital was Amber, which lies at a distance of 10 kms from Jaipur. Maharaja (King) feel the need to shifting his capital city due to increase in population and growing scarcity of water. Jaipur is the first planned city of India and the Maharaja (King) took great importance while designing this city of success.
After many battles with Marathas, Jai Singh was devoted on the security aspect of the city. Due to this motive, he focused on his scientific and enlightening interests to make a dazzling city. Being, a lover of mathematics and science, Jai Singh wanted advice from Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, a Brahmin scholar of Bengal, to give support to him design the city structural design. Vidyadhar referred the ancient Indian journalism on astronomy, books of Ptolemy and Euclid, and discussed the preparation with the King.
With a calculated plan, the construction of the city on track in 1727. It took around 4 years to complete the major palaces, roads and square. The city was build following the main beliefs of Shilpa Shastra, the Indian structural design. The city was divided into nine blocks, out of which two consist the state buildings and palaces, while the remaining seven blocks were selected to the public. In order to ensure the security, huge fortification walls were made along with seven physically powerful gates.
According to that time, design of the town was very highly developed and certainly the best in Indian subcontinent. In 1853, when Prince of Wales visit Jaipur, the whole city was painted in Pink color to greeting him. Still, the orderly and broadly laid-out avenues, decorated in pink provide a magical charm to the city. Jaipur is rich in its enlightening and architectural attractiveness, which can be traced in the various chronological and aesthetic places that exist in in the city. This city of conquest really wins the hearts of the people with its impressive personality.

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Location: On Delhi – Jaipur highway, 11 kms from Jaipur.
Built By / in: Raja Man Singh I 1592.
Highlights: Wonderful carvings and minute mirror work.
How to reach: You can reach Amber Fort either by taking local buses from the city or by Hiring taxi.

Amber Fort is located in Amber city (Jaipur), which used to be the capital of the Kachhwaha clan, till Jaipur was made the official capital in 1727. The Amber Fort looks eye-catching, all-built in white sandstone and red granite. To add to its attraction, Maotha Lake makes its background. The sparkler mirror image of the Fort, on the still waters of the lagoon, seems to be a beautiful daydream. Amber Fort is frequently well-defined as Amer Fort. In 1592, Raja Man Singh I started building of the castle. However, the Amber Fort took its in attendance form during the control of Raja Jai Singh I.
The external outer shell of the Fort, being forceful and rough is totally different from its middle. The internal of the Fort provides a gentle and warm ambience, which is least expected from its outer shell. The amazing beautification of the Amer Fort is influenced by both, the Hindu and Muslim method of enhancement. Delicate paintings of hunting scenes on the walls describe the temperament of the Rajputs, who were exploratory, innovatory and hedonistic.
The convoluted carving on the stockade and ceiling simply astonish the visitors. The minute mirror work adds to the majestic look and crowned heads of the halls. The Amer Fort unquestionably captivates the tourists with its creative quality of delicate labor. The mighty walls guarantee the security of the Fort against the invasion of the enemies. The Fort is divided into four subparts.
Kali Temple, which is also known as Shila Devi shrine, forms the part of the castle. It is renowned for its wonderful history, enormous silvery lions and gray doors. The Hall of Public audience, Diwan-I-Aam is a pavilion with double row of columns. Ganesh Pol, another feature of the Fort, directs the way to the colonized apartments of the King. The Hall of Victory, Jai Mandir has an eye-catching ceiling comprised of mirror work and an inlaid section. The Fort has frequent other halls and pavilions with their own particular desirability.
The best part of this traveler magnetism situated on a sneaky hill, is the imperial Elephant ride. The perfect beauty of the castle can be enjoyed splendidly with an Elephant ride. Amber/Amer Fort is the part of Jaipur and its royal family. A trip to City palace, Jaipur Vacation PackageJaipur would be positively incomplete, without the visit to this majestic Fort of Amber.


Location: Next to the renowned Hawa Mahal.
Built By: Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh.
Highlights: A blend of Rajasthani and Mughal Architecture.
How to reach: You can easily reach City Palace by taking Local bus, rickshaw and tax.

Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh built City Palace outward show one of the most memorable tourist attractions and a major magnetism in Jaipur, The gorgeous palace all over his time in power. Among the different forts and palaces of Jaipur, City Palace stands apart, with its wonderful art and structural propose. City Palace complex covers a vast area, which is separated into a progression of estate, court and buildings. To begin with, Raja Jai Singh built the outer wall occupying a enormous area. The succeeding rulers constructed the additional majestic buildings later.
A part of the beautiful Palace still make home for the earlier Maharaja(King). The location consists more than a few buildings like Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Mukut Mahal, Maharani's Palace, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the City Palace Museum. One would move on the road to across the Mubarak Mahal, as one enters the first four-sided figure. Sawai Madho Singh builds Mubarak Mahal in the 19th century to consider his guests. Today, it has transformed into a set of costume gallery, which displays imperial attires of the Kings.
After crossing the first square, a beautiful gateway welcomes to Diwan-I-Khas, a hall meant for private viewers. It has two genuine silver vessels on display and they are acclaimed to be the world's major silver craft. These vessels were made for Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh II to carry water from River Ganga to drink on his trip to England. Diwan-I-Aam, which was intended for public audience, forms the other attraction of this courtyard. At present, it makes an art gallery showcasing enthralling painted ceilings and rare ancient handwritten unique manuscripts of Hindu scriptures.
In the series, Maharani's Palace, which was destined for royal queens, has been converted into a museum, showcasing arms dated back to 15th century. Chandra Mahal is essentially regarded as the best part, out of the whole tour to City Palace. It has seven stories and each story is known by a different name. The uppermost story is known as Mukut Mahal. The astonishing architecture of this Palace with fragile paintings, mirror work on walls and flowery decorations, makes it a "must-see" for every guest. In the present day, this palace serves as the home of ex-ruler.


Location: Next to the entrance of City Palace.
Built By / in: Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799.
Highlights: its Rajputana architecture.
How to reach: One can easily reach Hawa Mahal from the city by taking local Buse, rikshaw, taxis.

Hawa Mahal is a major landmark and a famous tourist attraction of Jaipur. The Palace offers a beautiful sight to behold. The splendid Rajputana architecture of Hawa Mahal, still speaks the glory of the royal family. However, you can also find a quick look of Mughal architecture, which is blended flawlessly to make it different from others. The literal meaning of Hawa Mahal is Palace of Winds. Hawa Mahal was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799.
Hawa Mahal is a pyramid-shaped facade with five stories. It has 953 small windows decorated with tiny latticework. These pink brickwork windows normally known as "Jharokhas" are constructed in such a approach, that it looks like a Hawa Mahal, Jaipur Tours & Travelsgiant honeycomb. The air circulation through windows represents the marvelous touch of Mughal scheming, which keeps the Palace forever cool. The small screened balconies and domed roofs with hanging cornices enhance the beauty of the Palace. The Pyramidal outline and copying of pattern makes it more attractive in look.
As a matter of fact, Hawa Mahal is understood to build for the women of the Royal Families, since they had to observe strict "purdah" (cover). The small windows and screened balconies serve the women to watch procession and different behavior taking place on the streets. In this behavior, the women could enjoy a sense of freedom without showing themselves.


Location: 15 Kms from Jaipur, 400 ft above Amber fort.
Built By: Between 15th and 18th Century.
Highlights: Showcases world’s largest Cannon.
How to reach: You can easily reach Jaigarh Fort by taking local bus or hiring taxi.

Jaigarh Fort is located on the top of the hill, by the name of Cheel ka Teela (Hill of Eagles). Jaigarh Fort is also recognized as the 'Victory Fort', located at a relaxed distance of 15kms from Jaipur. Jaigarh Fort is considering as one of the stunning forts in India. This Fort is on top of the hill, while Amber Fort is at the bottom. Many people regard the two as one compound however both of them are well linked with well-guarded passages. Jaigarh Fort positioned centrally in the thorn-scrub hill, leaves a stern impact on the watcher at once.
Jaigarh Fort was made to tighten the security of Jaipur and Amber. Due to this fact, one may not find this fort as artistic as other forts and palaces, but it certainly has its own charm. The Fort has many structure of medieval India, which are worth exploring. It has several palaces, granary, well-planned gun foundry, several temples and a tall tower. Jaigarh Fort used to serve as the middle of artillery manufacture for the Rajputs.
The highlight of this Fort is the massive cannon by the name of Jaivan, which was made in the same production house. Jaivan, the cannon, is believed to be the largest cannon in the World and the main attraction of the Jaigarh Fort. The Fort disclose the mastery over architecture of the earlier age. Jaigarh Fort has many wide water channels, which were a part of a rainwater harvesting system. The Fort also has 3 antiestablishment tanks, the largest one of which can store 60, 00,000 gallons of water. You can plan to visit the armory and museum, which are worth seeing.


Location: just next to the entrance gate of City Palace.
Built By: Maharaja Jai Sawai Singh, Between 1727 and 1733.
Highlights: Largest stone Astronomical Observatory in the World.
How to reach: You can reach Jantar Mantar very Easily from city by taking Bus, Rickshaw or taxi.

Jantar Mantar at Jaipur is the largest marble observatory in the World and this characteristic makes it, a special target for a traveler. Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is one of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Jai Singh, the creator of Jaipur. During the era between 1727 and 1733, Jantar Mantar took its form and structure. Initially Jantar Mantar was named as Yantra Mantra, which means instrument and formulae, but due to mispronunciation of the term, it is distorted to the documented name.
Jantar Mantar has a extraordinary collection of architectural astronomical instrument. It portrays striking attempt of the ancestors, who were interested in astronomy and knowledge of outer space bodies. Above all, this observatory still, provides accurate information, which can be compared with today's modern instruments unquestionably. The mix instruments, whose settings and shapes are logically designed depicts the forte of Medieval Indian Astronomy.
Jantar Mantar is wholly constructed with stone and marble. The observatory has fourteen statistical instruments for measuring time, predicting eclipses and to establish other astronomical events. surrounded by all the instruments, the Sundial regularly attracts the maximum attention of people, which tells the time to an correctness of about two seconds in local time of Jaipur. Jantar Mantar was carefully renovated in 1901 and was acknowledged a national monument in 1948. Today, Jantar Mantar has be converted into a major tourist attraction in Jaipur.


Location: Lies 6 Kms north of Jaipur, just below the jaigarh fort.
Built By: Maharaja Jai Sawai Singh in 1734.
Highlights: Offers picturesque view of Jaipur.
How to reach: One can easily reach Nahargarh fort from the city by taking local buses or by hiring local taxis.

Nahargarh Fort is the first of the three forts built by Maharaja Jai Sawai Singh of Jaipur. The Fort stands at the top of rough point of the Aravalis and offer a spectacular view of the City. Maintenance this fact in mind, the fort was made to serve as a way of supporting the safety of Amer. The term "Nahargarh" refers to "the Abode of Tigers", so it is also well known as the Tiger Fort. The Fort was constructed primarily in 1734; however further additions did the following rulers in the 19th century make to it.
According to a marvel, the Fort was named after a prince, whose spirit used to haunt the construction site. As a result, a tantrik was called and the ghost agreed to leave the fort only if, the fort was named after him. There are numerous buildings situated inside the Nahargarh Fort and between them, Madhavendra Bhawan appeals the most. It was built by Sawai Ram Singh II and has a sequence of interrelated rooms with colorful corridors and hallway. This Place was used as a picnic spot for the members of the Royal family.
Another major attraction of the Fort is that, it provides an striking view of the Man Sagar Lake and the outer edge. The geometrically designed Nahargarh Fort looks at its best in the night, when it is luminously lit. To add flavor to your trip, the cafeterias inside the fort offer the premium drinks and snacks. Nahargarh Fort forms a amazing backdrop of Jaipur and offers a impressive view of the city illumination.
However, the older parts of the Nahargarh Fort got ruined with the times, but the further additions to the Fort, are still charming and fresh looking. Nahargarh Fort stands as a symbol of the majestic heritage and speaks of its majestic past. A visit to this fort will definitely make your trip, a unforgettable one.

Elephant Festival, Jaipur Holaday PackageFAIRS AND FESTIVALS

Fairs & Festivals of Jaipur: Festivals are the occasions that add color to life. When it comes to Jaipur, the royal city celebrates each and all festival with full pleasure and excitement. The multicolored city gets brighter during the commemoration of exacting festival. There are many festivals, which the city observes like any other part of the empire. But the city celebrates some unusual and attractive fairs & festivals in there have style. The fairs and festivals, which are, value mentioning are Elephant carnival, Teej celebration, Kite fiesta and Gangaur fair.
Jaipur Fairs and Festivals are inseparable constituent of the cultural identity of the city. The cheerful city looks more exciting during the party; people take pleasure in these festivals care aside all their tensions and doubts. If you want to explore the civilization and society of Jaipur, festive period is the right time to visit the capital. In this article, we will explore a number of the major festival of Jaipur.

Elephant Festival: The Elephant carnival is one of the most popular festivals of Jaipur city, Rajasthan’s Elephant festival has its own attraction and is celebrated every year in March on the time of Holi, the festival of colors. The festival has a unique concept of its own kind. The colorful festival of Holi is celebrated all through India, but the festival gets a few more excitement added to it, when it combines with the Elephant carnival of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The Elephants develop into the major magnetism of this festival in their elegant attires.

Gangaur Festival: Gangaur is a important festival of Jaipur, especially meant for the women. Gangaur festival is widely acclaimed and celebrated all through the state of Rajasthan. The word Gangaur is resulting from two words, 'Gan' and 'Gauri' which are synonyms of 'Siva' and his consort 'Parvati' respectively.

Kite Festival: Kite Festival is a popular festival of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Kite flying is enjoyed by people of all age groups. on the other hand, 14 January, the day of Makar Sankranti, makes the administrator day for flying kites in Jaipur. People make most out of the festival by flying kites for the full day.

Teej Festival: Teej Festival is one of the mainly popular festivals of India. Festival of Teej is extensively celebrated, but its real charm can be found only in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Teej celebrates the arrival of monsoon, after the boiling sun of summers. Teej is celebrated in the month of 'Shravan' (July-August), according to the Hindu date book.


Shopping in Jaipur: Jaipur is a city of vibrant colors and markets (bazaars) of Jaipur verify this fact. Jaipur's colorful markets offer a great break to stop and shop on you tour. Usually tourists include shopping and visiting the lively markets of Jaipur in their itinerary. While moving through the markets, you will come across the vivacious culture of this region. Jaipur is the perfect place to shop for Handicrafts, antique, gems, jewellary carpets, textiles leatherware, pottery and metalwork.
In Jaipur, there are many markets to in attendance you the art and craft of Rajasthan. Kishanpol Bazar, Haldiyon Ka Rasta, Mahiharon Ka Rasta, M.I. Road, Jauhari Bazar, Bapu Bazar, Nehru Bazaar are the main markets of Jaipur. One cannot describe in lexis, the variety of products, which these markets present. You have to visit the city to understanding the actual range of material. Shopping is a thrilling activity in Jaipur. If you don't visit these markets of Jaipur, you will be absolutely at wrong. Without a shopping spree in Jaipur's markets, no tour to Jaipur is full. In this segment, we will tell you about the shopping attraction of Jaipur.

Jaipur Fabric and Carpets: Jaipur is considered as the best city to superstore in Rajasthan, India. This majestic city offers you the best of long-established Rajasthan. Jaipur is famous for its light colored fabric and textile. Tripolia marketplace, Kishanpol bazaar, Bapu and Nehru Bazaar are the various markets of Jaipur, where you can discover carpets and fabrics.

Wooden Craft, Jaipur Holiday PackageJaipur Handicrafts: Handicrafts of Jaipur are well known all through the world for their characteristic quality and exclusive variety. Due to this fact, Jaipur is also familiar as crafts capital of India. The Royal Family of Jaipur patronizes the craftsmen and artisans, which led to the successful of arts and crafts in Rajasthan. If you are an art fan, Markets of Jaipur offer rich and an assortment of handicrafts of importance.

Jaipur Camel Leather Items: Rajasthan is famous for its leather craft industry. Many a people of different places in Rajasthan are busy in the same industry. Leather items like Mojaris (Slippers), Jutis, Sandals, Bags, Purses and shoes made in Jaipur grab the due interest of the tourists.

Jaipur Jewelry and Gems: Rajasthan is famous for its long-established jewellery since immeasurable years. When discussion about Rajasthan, Jaipur is always the midpoint of attraction. From centuries, this royal ground has been flourished with valuable stones and jewelry. Jaipur is renowned for its elite designs and impressive jewelry.


Jaipur has a long position tradition of giving a warm royal welcome to their guests and treat them to all the display, show and splendor of its royal past. This center of Rajasthan has a number of good to most excellent hotels with world-class amenities and attractive historical anecdotes to accompany them, especially the tradition hotels that were once used as private residences by royal families. Even the hotels on the lower rung of the arrangement present friendly employees, good foodstuff and a relaxed stay.
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Climate: Extreme Type Summer
Temperature: Min: 25.8 °C, Max: 45 °C
Winter Temperature: Min: 5 °C, Max: 22 °C
Annual Rainfall: 555 Approx

Weather of Jaipur can be termed as lukewarm, being situated in the desert region. The three main seasons, winter, Monsoon, and summer respectively, influence the city of Jaipur. Located at an altitude of 431m above sea level, Jaipur has great type of Climate. Summers are really hot with shining sun on the head where winters are relatively cool. However, the nights in winters are bitterly chilly.
The climate and weather of Jaipur is usually hot. The summer season persists from Mid-March to June success to the highest temperature of 45°C. The showers of Monsoons come usually in the month of July preceded by sand and thunderstorms. The city doesn't receive much rainwater. During the post-monsoon period in September, Jaipur gets hot spell once again. In winters, the city of Jaipur observes bright and pleasant luminous days, though the temperature can get to a low of around 5ºC during the nights.
Frequent problem in winter season is mist that covers the whole city in the evening. Winters control the land of Jaipur from the month of October turn over the month of March. The best time to visit Jaipur is during winters, when the weather is enjoyable and very good to travel around the regal city of Jaipur.

Best Time to Visit Jaipur: Essentially, Jaipur is a hot place dominated by three main seasons. The summer season persists from Mid-March till June, Monsoons continues from July to September and Winters from October to March. During summers, the temperature rises to 45°C with the minimum of 25.8°C. With such high temperature, it is not preferable to visit the place during summers.
One cannot plan to go for sight-seeing in the scorching sun of summers. Being located in a desert area, the climate of Jaipur is dry and hot. Monsoons too doesn't relief the dry city as Jaipur receives very low rainfall. Winter season is the best time to visit Jaipur. The temperature touches maximum to 22°C and gets down to the extent of 5°C.
In winters, one can enjoy the regal city of Jaipur to its full. The spectacular views offered by the ancient monuments of the city fascinate the visitors. The city looks awesome in the winter evenings when it gets covered with fog. Jaipur offers rich food with lots of butter and ghee, which is best enjoyable in the winter season. To put succinctly, the best time to visit the incredible Jaipur is between the months of October to March.

Folk Dance, Jaipur Tour PackageJaipur Culture: Jaipur is a land of cultural heritage unfolding the legacy of the royal past. When you are planning to visit Jaipur, it is important to know about the culture, customs and traditions that are followed there. However, Jaipur has joined the parade of metropolitan cities; still there are some traditions and customs in the city, which you will find quite surprising.
Jaipur is the commercial centre for most of the rural regions of Rajasthan, so you could come across typical Rajasthani men and women wearing turbans and ghagra-choli respectively during your stroll in the city. The cultural prosperity of Jaipur is visible in its local festivals and fairs. In this article, we have covered the people, cuisine, language, religion, folk dance and music of Jaipur.

Cuisine Jaipur's cuisine is rich like the royalty of Jaipur. Cuisine of Jaipur offers many delicacies to gratify the appetite of every taste. In Jaipur, lot of ghee and butter is used in cooking the food. Dal-Bati Churma, Dahi Vada, Mawa Kachori, Besan Ka Gatta, Ker Sangri, Pyaaz Ki Kachauri, Chakke Ki Sabji and Jodhpur Ki Rabri are some of the main attractions of Rajasthani cuisine. Rajasthani Food is usually vegetarian, pure and nutritious.

People People of Jaipur are quite rugged in their appearance. However, these desert people are well-built, cheerful and simple rather untouched by the swiftness of modern times. Here, people prefer to wear bright colored clothes, as if they are compensating for the barren landscape. Women of Jaipur like Red, yellow, green and orange colored attire with a dazzling work of gold/ silver zari or gota. Tribal Ladies wear loads of Silver jewelry even men too can be spotted wearing earrings. The men wear turbans or pagadis of bandhej (tie & dye) in bright colors.

Languages Language is a crucial medium to communicate. The primary language of Jaipur is Rajasthani. However, Marwari, Hindi and English are also prevalent in the city.

Religion The main religion which is followed in Jaipur is Hinduism. Other religions include Jainism, Islam, Sikhism and Christianity in the decreasing order.

Folk Dance and Music Dance and Music of Jaipur bring liveliness to the desert lands of Rajasthan. "Ghoomar" is the main folk dance of Jaipur in which the ladies flaunts their huge ghagras or skirts while dancing. Regarding music, the people of Jaipur share the royal interest of Rajputs in Morchang, Naad, Tanpura, Sarangi and many others.

Area: 200.4 sp. Km
Geographic Location: Jaipur is located at 26.92 degrees N and 75.82 degrees E.
Attitute: 431 m above sea level
Three main seasons – summer, monsoon, winter
Climate: Summer (March to June)
Winter (November to February)
Monsoon (July to September)
Maximum Temprature:  
Minimum Temprature:  
Rainfall: 555 mm Approx
Languages: Rajasthani,Hindi and English
Religion: Hinduism is the major Religion observed here, other religions include islam, jainism, Sikhism and Christinity,
Best time to Visit: Winter
STD Code: 0141

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