Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan and also known as pink city for its red sandstone architecture of heritage sites. The city defines its royalty through ancient forts, large historic and divine palaces, a museum with rich collection of art and culture, holy temples, traditional mouth-watering food, and many more such awe-inspiring places within the city is an absolute treat to your senses. Thus Jaipur is one of the most visited and loved tourist destinations by both Indian and foreigners.
The major attractions of jaipur are its Forts & Palaces which includes Hawa Mahal the palace of winds made for the royal ladies to watch the hustle bustle of the city, Amber Fort established in 1592 stands majestically on the hill top, Jaigarh Fort is another magnet that attract many tourist about 15km from jaipur, Nahargarh Fort placed on the aravali hills provides shining view of the city lights in the night, City Palace located in center of the city combined with Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, and Jal Mahal located in the middle of the city makes it extremely charming.
Birla Temple or Lakshmi Narayan Mandir is located at the base of Moti Dungari is made of white sandstone and enhances Arial view of south jaipur, Govind Devji Temple is an ancient temple and houses the idol of Govind Devji , Moti Doongri Temple was established by Seth Jai Ram Paliwal for lord ganesha as the idol, Galtaji with natural springs and water tanks is located at low hills, Akshardham Temple (at Vaishali Nagar) with lush greenery and fascinating fountains is a must visit, Jain Temple with red stone and beautiful carvings worships the idol god adinath 14km away from city thus when you are in this royal city temples are the place to be to bring peace in inner self.
A very few people know about the list of endless things that make it an amazing shopping destination. There are some amazing shopping markets in Jaipur which make it a shopping paradise. From royal jewelry including the jhumkas, shining gemstones or warm Jaipuri quilts, head towards stalls of Johari Bazaar in the Old City. For ready-made textiles and leather shoes (jootis), try Bapu Bazaar, or for souvenirs and gifts for friends back home, like resin bangles, head to Tripolia Bazaar.
Rajasthani Cuisine was influenced by the Rajput families as well as the desert aspect of this region has remained same over the centuries. The most used ingredients in Rajasthani Recipes have been chosen, more out of hard geographical compulsion that makes it different. If you are visiting to Rajasthan you can’t come back without tasting the delicious varieties of food here including dal bati churma, laal Maas, kachoris or ghevar, thus Jaipur is the best place to hunt all kinds of Rajasthani cuisine.
Thus if you want to get the royal touch and live the history again Jaipur is the perfect place to be. Plan your trip here soon by booking your travel tickets and hotel online today.