Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur

State: Rajasthan
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Coordinates: 27.000000 76.000000
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The royal city of Jaipur is referred as the Pink City, mainly because of the pink color of the buildings situated in the heart of the old city. Surrounded by craggy mounds and beleaguered walls, this city is full of mesmerizing imperial legacy and superlative well preserved edifice.

The largest city of Rajasthan is undoubtedly an embodiment of majesty and vivacity. The well planned city was established in the year 1727, by Jai Singh II. This versatile tourist destination is rich in legacy, ethnicity and architecture. With impressive citadels, grandiose palaces and serene temples it allures number of tourists not only from India but also from other countries as well.

This magnificent city has a number of other things to offer. Jaipur is renowned worldwide for producing stunning handicrafts and superlative jewellery. This amazing work of art certainly adds a novel color and verve to the exclusivity of this grandiose state. Also the verdant green surroundings and the magnificent landscape act as the cherry on the cake. The city definitely provides to make a pleasing vision that tends to beguile the visitors.

To enjoy the real beauty of this place without getting parched by the seething heat, the best time is from October to March. The traces of history are the main appeal of this place.  One of the most visited forts of Jaipur is Amber fort, Nahargarh fort, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal and city palace. To add to the exquisiteness of this city there are gleaming markets, which are full of hand-dyed and embroidered textiles, unsurpassed jewelry pieces and luscious food. Jaipur certainly is the apposite blend of heritage, palaces, ethnicity and the lavishness of this place can be experienced only by visiting this place once.

 



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