Jaipur Pink City
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Today we are going to talk about Jaipur- Pink city of Rajasthan which is also known as Pink City. Jaipur is a beautiful state nestled in the lap of Aravalli hills, Jaipur- Pink city was founded in 1727 and present Jaipur, also known as the capital of Rajasthan, is also famous for its royal families and is also renowned for its pink colour.
The work of designing Jaipur was entrusted to Mr Vidyadhar Bhattacharya Ji. Today Jaipur holds a unique name for Gems Stones in the world and today almost every Royal family of the world You will get to see the Jaipur made gems, even if you see it in the Winter Palace in Russia,
You can reach to Jaipur directly from any part of India. Like Delhi to Jaipur, Agra to Jaipur, Chandigarh to Jaipur, Hyderabad to Jaipur. You will get many trains, buses and direct flights throughout the day. The city bus service from Delhi to Jaipur is excellent. Every day there are more than 20 luxury buses that depart from different places in Delhi and reach you at the main areas of Jaipur. You can take the Volvo bus from Delhi to Jaipur, and it will take approx 3 – 3.5 hrs. Sindhi Camp, it is called the Central Bus Stand, and Jaipur Main Railways station is also nearby.
Now let’s talk about the history of Jaipur,- pink city the story goes like this: In 1876, the Prince of Wales visited India, and at that time jaipur’s name had come in the form of Pink City, then at that time. Raja Shri Ram Singh Ji had instructed that the whole of Jaipur be decorated with pink colour, which itself Amazing view is that even today all the buildings inside Jaipur City are houses and especially government buildings. All are painted in pink colour. Jaipur traced its origins in 1727 when it was founded by Raja Jai Singh II of Amber when It gained momentum very quickly, and the population increased here due to the increasing water scarcity. He calmed his capital in the new city of Amber.
Jaipur is also knows as Pink City and upon arrival, the visitors understand the reasoning behind the name immediately. Every building in the historic center of the boundary wall is pained with a Pink Color.
The history of the Pink City of Jaipur is such that when Prince Albert and Queen Victoria’s visit to India was fixed in the years 1876, then this order was given by Maharaja Ram Singh of Japer’s royal family to welcome them and In compliance with his order, the entire Jaipur city was painted pink. The history of pink is that it is a symbol of hospitality and it is believed to enhance friendship.
But as time went on, it started fading from the practice of pink color and Rajasthan government is not feeling that the name of the pink city is being lost somewhere, so many laws should be made about it, the faces of all the buildings of the city under pink color Be made mandatory
Jaipur’s glorious history is alive even today in various Havalies, Palaces. In some palaces, the royal family of Jaipur still resides. The visitors of these palaces get mesmerized by seeing the exquisite carvings of these palaces and their interior.
By the way, there is a lot of places to see in Jaipur, but most famous are – Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Birla Mandir, Moti Dungri Temple and Jaipur hats & markets.Apart from tourism, Jaipur has also made a special place in the field of Gems & stones.Today, the highest number of Gems – Stones are craved in Jaipur, and they are sent to different countries of the world within a vast quantity. Jewellery made in Jaipur also has a unique identity in the world.
Getting to Jaipur
To get to Jaipur, I took an express train from New Delhi which only took four hours. I heard the trains in Northern India were notorious for running late, but this one departed and arrived exactly when expected. I left really early in the morning (around 6am), so I was glad I didn’t have to wait at all in the train station since the train left directly from Jaipur as opposed to being a stop along the way.
Arriving to Jaipur Junction by Train
Getting to the main station (Jaipur Jn.) can be a bit overwhelming. I chose a hostel that was only a 5-minute drive away. When you arrive, there will be guys that come up to you offering rides and even full-day tours and packages for the following day. Be wary of those kinds of offers as they’re often disguised as scams in bigger Indian cities. To get from the station to your accommodation cheaply, try to bargain with the rickshaw/tuk-tuk drivers. Suggest half of their initial offer and walk away when they don’t agree.
Jaipur Pink City in 1 or 2 Days !!!
Because Jaipur has become the biggest tourist spot of India, hence the question definitely comes in the mind of the tourist who comes here that in how many days can we explore pink city, can Jaipur be completely explored in 1 day or 2 days? these are repetitive question and I will try to answer all these questions in this blog.
Yes, we can cover the main tourist places of pink city in one day, but this will make your schedule very tight and you will not be able to spend time on every spot according to you, so you can assume 2 or 3 days to explore to pink city fully.
But if you want to see the surrounding area in addition to the standard tourist spot of pink city, then take 4 to 5 days because the surrounding areas of Jaipur are still very good to see.
Tourist Places in Jaipur
Places to Visit in Jaipur
Govind Dev Ji’s temple holds a special place in their hearts for jaipurites . Most Jaipur residents start their day by visiting Govind Dev Ji temple, and they start any of their promising work by remembering him.
Although the temple remains open for the whole day, but a visit to Thakur ji only during the pre-designated slots
The first Aarti of Thakur ji is at 4:30 in the morning, which is also called Mangla Aarti, but it becomes very early for the visitors, for which the visitors attend the Aarti between 7:30 and 9:30.
The Jhanki period is of half an hour, and it is said that the atmosphere there becomes very magical and supernatural at that time.
Moreover, it is an exclusive way you can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the entire area. Another alternative is to visit Wind’s Cafe opposite Hawa Mahal.
Hawa Mahal is open from Visiting Hours – 9.30 AM – 5.00 PM,
Entry fee for Indians: 50 Rs. Entry fee for Foreigners : 200 Rs.
Jantar Mantar, a 300 years old solar observatory has fully functional instruments. The readings from these instruments match closely with modern gadgets. Out of three Jantar Mantar built by Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II in numerous cities, the one in Jaipur is still intact and well-maintained. Although each instrument has an information board, hiring a guide is highly recommended as he can explain how each instrument functions in a more practical way. Another alternative is an audio guide.
Entry Fee and Timings
Adult :- 50 Rs Per Person (Indian), 15 Rs Per Person for Indian Student.
Foreign Tourist :- 200 Rs Per Person , 100 Rs per person for Int. Student
Jaipur City Palace
The City Palace was built by the founder of Jaipur, Maharaja Sawai Singh II. It is a grand palace for a blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, which is seen on its beauty. The last ruling royal family still lives in a Private Section of this fort and this it has not been opened to the general public.
Mubarak Mahal and Rani’s palace is admirable. There is also a museum inside which there is a collection of the fabulous Pashmina shawls.
Entry Fee and Timings
The entry fees of the City Palace Jaipur ranges from INR 130 to INR 500.
- For Indians – INR 130
- For children – INR 70
- Foreign tourists – INR 500
- Photography Fee – INR 50
- Videography Fee – INR 150
- Sr. Citizen fees -INR 110
- Audio Guides – INR 200
Note: It is highly recommended to carry a guide or an audio guide, to get an overall view of the entire palace.
The City Palace opens every day at around 9:30 am and takes you at least 3 hours to visit the City Palace. The City Palace Museum is two different places where you can ask and get a ticket for it. October to March is the best month to visit Jaipur.
Jaipur Forts (Pink City - Forts)
Amer Fort considered to be the pride of Jaipur is located at a distance of 11 km from Jaipur. This fort was built on the top of the Aravalli mountain, due to this its grandeur is seen from a distance. It was made of pink and yellow sandstone when the first ray of sun falls on it, and it seems that the fort looks like made of gold. In 1552 AD, King Mansingh I, considered to be the most special person of Akbar, built this fort and the residence of Rajput rulers is also quite. This fort is also known as a maze for a long time because the travellers who come here often forget their way and for this, I keep going round and round. This fort also has a significant place in Indian history.
It will take around 3-4 hours to explore it, and it will be better for you to take an audio guide so that you can get detailed information about the history of the fort and some other places. Elephant riding is also a popular tourist activity.
Saturday 8am–5:30pm, 6:30–9:15pm
About 11 kilometres from Jaipur, Amer Fort, is one of the magnificent forts of India. This fort is the biggest and famous fort of Rajasthan. Within the fort, you can see the magnificent blend of the architecture of both Hindu and Muslim religions. The Sheela Devi Temple and Ganesh Pol are one of the main places for this, and it is also a gate that leads to the palaces of the kings. This fort is made of pink and yellow sandstone, and when the first rays of the morning hit this fort, this fort looks like gold made.
By Train: Amer Fort is just 13 km away from Jaipur railway station which is connected to major cities. You can board a bus or take a taxi to reach Amer fort from here.
By Air: Jaipur Airport is about 20 km away from Amer Fort. The airport has flights to and fro all major cities of India. You can take a taxi or travel by bus to reach Amer fort.
Now you can enjoy a sound and laser show in Amer at night, it is an approx of about 50 minutes show.
Timings are: – English: 7:30 pm. Hindi: 8:30 pm.
Entry Fee:- 300 Per Person
After the Amer fort, 2nd famous fort is Jaigarh Fort, the fort of Jaigarh was built by King Jai Singh II in 1726 for the protection of Amber and his district.is it also knows as Cheel ka Teela.
History Of The Fort
- The Jaigarh Fort is an opulent structure built in the early 18th century. Amer, the city in which the Jaigarh and the Amer fort are located, was ruled by the Kachawahas from the early 10th century.
- During the Mughal dynasty, the Jaigarh Fort became their empire’s main cannon foundry and was also used as storage stronghold to store ammunition and other metal required for war.
- During the successive wars that broke out in the Mughal dynasty in 1658, the cannon outpost at the Jaigarh fort was protected until the protector, Dara Shikoh, was defeated and executed by his own brother, Aurangzeb.
- Later, the fort was handed over to Jai Singh II and he is known to have molded the great ‘Jaivana Cannon’, along with using the devices and the foundries inside the fort.
The Jaigarh fort was never conquered in battle, and was also the strongest of the three forts in Jaipur. During the Mughal dynasty, the fort bore witness to an ambush by Aurangzeb who defeated and killed his own brother who was the overseer of the cannon outpost in the fort. Apart from that, the fort never witnessed any major resistance, and only test-fired the world’s largest cannon, once!
Nearby Tourist Attractions
- Amer Fort
- Vijay Garh
- Aravalli hills
Jaigarh fort timing :- 9:30am–4:45pm
Jaigarh fort entry fee
The entry fees of jaigarh fort is Rs. 35.0 per person for Indians, 85.0 per person for foreign tourists, . The entrance ticket price of this place is the official fee for entry to and visit of the place during its opening times.
Nahargarh Fort stands on the edge of the Aravalli Hills, overlooking the city of Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Along with Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh once formed a strong defense ring for the city.
Famous For :- History,Scenic views and medieval architecture.
Entrance Fee:- Rs 50/ Per person for Indian Nationals, Rs 5/- per for for Indian Students. Rs 25/- per person for foreign Students and RS 200/- per head for foreign tourists.
Opening Hours:- 10:00 am – 5:30 p.m (daily)
Visiting Duration:- 2-3 hours
Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple located in Jaipur. The temple was built by Shri. B.M. Birla and Birla Foundation in 1988. This temple is completely built of white marble. Birla Mandir is the temple of Lakshmi Narayan, and it is built near the Moti Dungri, being made of white marble, it seems as if the sun is rising, surrounded by lush green gardens, this temple is worth seeing.
Three domes have been built in the Birla temple, which also depicts the three religions. The walls inside the temple have mythological paintings of Geeta inscribed, and the walls are decorated very beautifully. Apart from Geeta, many other beautiful figures have been made on the inner walls of the temple; it adds to the beauty of the temple. It is worth seeing in the architecture of the temple. A large garden has been built outside the temple. Taking photos inside the temple is forbidden, but we can take pictures outside the temple courtyard—a snacks shop near the temple gate, also, from where you can bring light snacks and cold drinks. The most important part of this temple is the massive idol of Lord Lakshmi Narayan. This idol is made from a single stone and is made to look very beautiful, and the icon is decorated beautifully and Has been dressed in a gorgeous dress. Apart from the idol of Lord Lakshmi Narayan, there are other idols of God, the idol of Lord Ganesha, which is equally astonishing and admirable.
How to Reach Birla Mandir ,Jaipur
The international airports of the city is located 15 kilometers from Birla Temple. Once tourists reach the airport, they can easily take a bus or a taxi to finally arrive at Birla Temple.
Tarkeshwar mahadeva Temple is popular as Tarkeshwar Ji Mandir in Pink City, Jaipur. This well-known pilgrimage is dedicated to Shankar bhagwan” lord Shiva” and was established in 1784 A.D. The Shivlinga inside the santorum- sanctum is made up of Blakc Stone (marble). This Mahadeva Hindu Temple is a very ancient and the oldest temple in Jaipur City. The festivals- Mahashiva Ratri, Deepavalia, Nrisingh Leela and ,Annakuta are celebrated with a fervor and devotion inside this temple every year .Every Monday is the day of special worship of Mahadeva.
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Garh Ganesh mandir
The temple is devoted to Lord Ganesha. This temple is located on the very top of Kadamb Dungri. The Mandir overlooks Nahargarh Fort on the opposite and Jaipur City on one side. It functions as the North East (Ishan Kone according to Vastu Shastra) boundary of the City.
History of Garh Ganesh Temple
Form of a fortress. The temple was assembled by sawai Jai Singh ll on It retains its eyes that are auspicious around Jaipur’s Town. Until Jaipur was created Ashwamedha Yagna was performed by jai Singh ll. The shrine was built by him and constructed the temple of Lord Ganesh. It might be stated that the temple is approximately 300 years old. Provided this, the statue has been put in this way Sawai The temple is constructed in
Interesting Garh Ganesh Temple Facts
- On the contrary to Pink City this temple is coloured yellow.
- The only way to reach the Mandir is by trekking for 500 meters.
- There are 365 stairs to the temple, signifying 365 days of the year.
- This temple was built using Tantrik Rituals.
- For many years there was no electricity in this temple. It was by the efforts of local leader Late Girdhari Lal Bhargava that the temple was electrified.
- Maharaja of Jaipur use to see the Idol using binoculars every morning.
Chand Bawri, Step Well
It’s among the stepwells on earth as well as among the most gorgeous ones. Found in the eastern region of the state of Rajasthan, it was constructed by King Chanda someplace in the 9th century. The Chand Baori isn’t a simple landmark to locate, so it’s among those hidden secrets of India! Stepwells, also referred to as bawdi or even baori, are unique for this state. The molds have measures built. Bottom of this well. Baori one was constructed during the 8th and 9th centuries and contains 3,500 The Chand Baori is a stepwell constructed more than a thousand decades back from Rajasthan’s Abhaneri village. The stepwells were constructed to give water through. Steps arranged the Chand
How to Reach there:-
- Abhaneri is in Dausa district of Rajasthan, about 90 km from Jaipur. It is best to do it as a day trip from Jaipur.
- On the way, you can also visit Bhangarh Fort – the most haunted place in India.
- You need 30-60 minutes to see this place. I spent about 2 hours as I was exploring all possible sculptures.
- Guides are available at the site, but if you have read this post, you would not really need them.
The measures form a maze and the play of shadow and light on the arrangement gives it a look.It had been so with three storeys with lovely jharokhas, galleries supported the baori includes a precise pattern.
The staircase on the left, you may observe the baori narrowing ruled over parts of Rajasthan. Their funding was Mandore close pratihara dynasty was during century AD, and in their peak on two balconies that are projecting and columns enshrining sculptures that are lovely sides down below. Because it was constructed by King Chand Raja in the Gujara Pratihara clan named, Water over the 3 sides while the side boasts of a pavillion .
Visitors are attracted by its own geometry alike although The structure isn’t utilized as a nicely.Towards the floor, criss-crossed with dual flights of steps on three It’s an enclosed courtyard type of construction.
Harshat Mata Temple
About 100 meters to the west stands a solitary temple with a dome roof. It is dedicated to Harshat Mata who is also referred to as Harsiddhi Mata in many texts. She is supposed to be a goddess of happiness and Joy. Now, who would not like her blessings.
The Harshat Mata Temple was built by the same king at the same time. In fact, ancient step wells were always located next to a prominent temple. The only exception I have seen is Rani ki Vav in Patan. It is a small temple on a high platform that you need to approach through a flight of stairs.
Jaipur - Shopping
Best Place of Shopping in Jaipur 2020
- Johari Bazaar – For Jewelry
- Tripolia Bazaar – For Bangles
- Chandpole Bazaar – For Handicrafts
- Kishanpole Bazaar – For Textiles
- Nehru Bazaar – For Traditional Jootis
- Sireh Deori Bazaar – For Street Shopping
- Bapu Bazaar – For All Jaipuri Items
- Mirza Ismail Road (MI Road) – For Pottery
- Tibbati Market – For Local Souvenirs
- Anokhi – For Colorful Garments
- Gaurav Tower – For Local Products
- The Gem Palace – For Antique Charms
- Kripal Kumbh – For Blue Pottery
- Aravali Bazaar – For Home Decor Items
- Purohit Ji Ka Katla – For Wedding Items
- Teatro Dhora – A Stylish Multi-Brand Store
- Jaipur Pink – A Designer Souvenir Store
Pink City is home to India’s largest and the most fabulous collection of jewelry of all types. Jaipur, famous for jewellery and clothes, is visited the most by people who love both. There are many famous markets in Pink City selling precious stones, gems, semi-precious stones, and jewelry with a limited warranty. And Johari Bazaar is one of the earliest Jaipur shopping places where you can buy all these. The plethora of choices and amazing designs makes it one of the best places to shop in Jaipur and also, it will leave you spellbound, especially the wonderful handmade, delicate jewelry.
Specialty: Jewelry with precious gemstones, and handmade necklaces are some of the best things to buy in Pink City which are available at reasonable prices at this Pink City market.
Open: All 7 days open | Johari Bazaar Timings – 10 am to 11 pm
Location: Johri Bazar, Gangori Bazar
Nearest Bus Stop: Badi Chopar Bus Stop
Tripolia Bazaar is known for its lac jewelry and the beautiful varieties of bangles. It is one of the best places to shop in Pink City for bangles and similar items. Shop for the textiles in Tripolia Bazaar. Flaunt the popular Bandini tie and dye fabrics with rich embroideries are also available here. Since you can also buy designer carpets, brass ware and other traditional wears here, this market can be considered as one of the most amazing places to do shopping in Jaipur.
Specialty: Shop for lac jewelry which comes with exquisite designs at this Jaipur shopping place.
Open: 7 days open | Tripolia Bazaar Timings – 10 am to 7 pm
Location: Tripolia Bazar, Kanwar Nagar
Nearest Bus Stop: Choti Chopad Bus Stop
Chandpole Bazaar, one of the traditional shopping markets in pink city, is where the creativity comes alive; where you can come across handicrafts, carvings made out of marble and other hand-looms. At the Khazanewalon ka Rasta, you can shop for popular pieces like the traditional and flamboyant shoes, pretty handicrafts, perfect sculptures made of wood and stones, carpets, turbans or anything that you absolutely love!
Specialty: Don’t forget to shop for marble sculptures which come in all hues and designs and relish in street shopping.
Open: 7 days open | Chandpole Bazaar Timings – 11 am onwards
Location: Indira Bazar, Topkhana Desh, Jhotwara
Nearest Bus Stop: Choti Chopad Bus Stop
Kishanpole is best known for textile goods which can be bought at reasonable prices. It is also one of the best places to visit in pink city for shopping, to get your loved ones some wooden souvenirs; as Kishanpole Bazaar is home to many skilled artists renowned for their unique wooden carvings.
Specialty: Check out the wonderful wooden sculptures and souvenirs at this pink city shopping place
Open: 7 days open | Kishanpole Bazaar Timings – 11 am to 9 pm
Location: Kishanpole Bazar
Nearest Bus Stop: Choti Chopad Bus Stop
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Frequently Asked Questions
Honest Answer Questions
Why Jaipur is called Pink City, is the most asked question, so its story is that when the Prince and Queen Victoria of Wales decided to visit India in 1806, then Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur was invited to welcome him. Jaipur had painted the entire city of Jaipur with pink colours, and its beauty was made soon after that, since then Jaipur was named as Pink City.
There are many places to visit in Jaipur but most popular are :- Amer Fort, City Palace, Birla Mandir, Moti Dungari, Nahargarh fort, Jaigarh Fort, Galta Ji, Garh Ganesh Temple, Albert Hall etc.
There are many things to do in Jaipur. During the day you can see the significant tourist places of Jaipur, and when the heat of the sun gets down in the evening, you can enjoy shopping in Jaipur or Jaipur is also known for its handicrafts, and the street food of Jaipur is also delicious. You can also buy a bandhej saree from here.
Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh (1727)
281 K.M Via NH-8
Golgappa :- Chawla’s and Nand’s
Pyaaz Kachori :- Rawat Mishthan Bhandar
Masala Chai:- Gulab Ji Chaiwala
Best of Indian Street Food:-Masala Chowk
Kaathi Roll:- Al Bake
Pav Bhaji:- Pandit’s
Chicken Tikka:-Sethi Bar-Be-Que
Kulfi Faluda:-Bapu Bazaar
Sweets from Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar (LMB)
Fast Food:-Aunty’s Cafe
Cold Coffee:- Gyan Vihar Dairy (GVD)
Places to visit in Jaipur at night / Night out places in Jaipur
Deewan-e-Aam of Amber Fort
The Statue Circle
Jawahar Circle Garden
Sisodiya Rani Bagh
Jawahar Kala Kendra
Jaipur Bar Stock Exchange
Socorro – Crowne Plaza Jaipur
Raj Mandir Cinema
Hotels in Jaipur / Best Hotels in Jaipur
The Oberoi Rajvilas Jaipur
Crowne Plaza Jaipur Tonk Road
Le Meridien Jaipur Resort & Spa
Royal Heritage Haveli
Umaid Mahal - Heritage Style Hotel
Mahal Khandela-A Heritage Hotel & Spa
Cygnett Inn Grand 4 stars
Hotel Ankur Palace
Hotel Radha Palace
Hotel Holiday Home
Hotel Golden Inn
Backpackers Villa Jaipur
Blue Beds Hostel
Chokhi Dhani, Pink City Jaipur
Chokhi Dhani may be a concept capturing the colourful spirit of Rajasthan and ensuring an ideal Rajasthani experience. Inbound and native tourists have a desire to experience the unique Rajasthani culture. The real Rajasthan, the villages, the paintings, Bani Thani art, the wall decorations, Dipak wall, the fresh air, the evening performances, the keenness , the ‘manuhar’ (a delicate request to eat till your heart’s desire), the traditions, the costumes and eventually but not least the emotions .
At Chokhi Dhani we bring that each one for you. Our aim is to preserve and encourage the village art and culture, to urge today’s generation closer to the roots and therefore the globetrekkers to ascertain Indian village life.
The place is simply faraway from the hustle of the town center where nature is alive, natural scenic views are able to serve you and where you’ll feel the fresh air of Indian rustic villages. A place which isn’t too far to succeed in , situated on a national highway booming with peace and quiet. A place where you and your family love to come again and again…
You will instantly notice the friendliness and smiles; Chokhi Dhani reception, we’ve the simplest cooks from royal palaces and artisans from everywhere Rajasthan. Our master architect visited nearby villages, haveli and palaces before starting. We collect artifacts from various parts of Rajasthan but mainly tried to form our own, in order that you get the unique. We use purely hand crafted material for decoration and merged it with all modern amenities for your comfort.
What is the meaning of chokhi Dhani?
Chokhi Dhani, meaning ‘excellent village’, is a mock Rajasthani village fair, dining and a fun place for outing with the entire family including kids. It is a concept capturing the vibrant spirit of Rajasthan and ensuring a perfect Rajasthani experience.
What is the entry fee for chokhi Dhani Jaipur?
- Chokhi Dhani Village resort. Chokhi Dhani Village resort..
- Dance performances. Dance Performance in Chokhi Dhani. …
- Indian acrobatic shows. Puppet Show in Chokhi Dhani.
- Animal back rides. Camel Safari in Chokhi Dhani.
- Sightseeing. Sightseeing in chokhi dhani.
- Head massage.
How far is chokhi Dhani from jaipur?
around 22-25 kms
Can we stay in chokhi Dhani?
We have stay in chokhi dhani resort. We spent two nights at the chokhi dhani, The service was impeccable, the rooms well appointed and the restaurant offerings were excellent as well. Though I didn’t use it personally, the pool area was lovely and nicely maintained. I would definitely recommend this hotel!
Patrika Gate is one of the famous monuments and tourist attractions of Jaipur. It is about a 30-minute driver from Jaipur City and also known as the gateway to Jawahar Circle Garden. Whatever any tourist comes to Jaipur, they can’t miss this spot. The Patrika Gate is also an excellent place for photographs and is considered one of India’s most beautiful sports.
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