Jaipur is also known as Pink City for its trade mark building, it is the capital city of Rajasthan combines the allure of its ancient history with all the advantages of metropolis and it’s globally known for its colored gems.
Amber Palace is at a distance of about 11 kilometers from Jaipur, now a UNESCO world Heritage site. The Palace, located in craggy hills is a beautiful mélange of Hindu and Mughal styles. Made entirely of red sandstone and white marble, visitors are left spellbound by the magnificence of the palace. City Palace located deep within the walled city, the City palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Sing II. A beautiful fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture, the palace is still home to the last ruling Royal family.
Jantar Mantar now a UNESCO world Heritage site, Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is considered to be the largest of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. Hawa Mahal, literally known as the Palace of Winds, was built by the poet king Sawai Pratap Singh as summer retreat for him and his family. This unique five-storey structure is a blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture
Albert Hall Museum (Central Museum) this buillding gets its name from The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the inspiration for its design. This museum displays a wide range of metal objects, woodl crafts, carpets, arms and weapons, natural stones and ivory goods. Nahargarh Fort sits produly on a ridge of Aravalli Hills, creating an impressive northern backdrop to the city of Jaipur. It was constructed during the reign of Jai Singh in 1734. Jaigarh Fort was built by Sawai Jai Singh II in early 18th century. The ancient construction retains most of its imposing citadel appearance; visitors can see the world’s largest cannon here.