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Jaipur Overview :

Summarise the City : Pink City Jaipur City Guide Hawa Mahal  
Best Time to Visit : October to March
Experiences : Forts, Palaces, Shopping
City calling Code : +91-141
Recommended no. of days for a Tourist : 2 Days
Best Buys : Handicrafts, Lac Bangles, Block Printed Textiles, Gems and Jewellery
Jaipur City History :
The cultural hub of India, Jaipur is one of the most enticing and consequently the best selling tourist destinations of the country. In the year 1727 the Rajput ruler Sawai Jai Singh commissioned a Bengali architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya to design a city to accommodate the increasing population of his existing kingdom Amber. Vidyadhar also lived up to his expectations and designed the first planned city of India befitting the glamour, glory and grandeur of the Rajputs. The city was painted in pink, a color of hospitality, to welcome Prince of Wales in the year 1876. With all the modern comforts of life Jaipur has retained an old world charm. The monuments, telling the tales of royalty, never fail to stir a traveler's curiosity and imagination. Every nook and corner of the city corroborates the its cultural richness. Besides the monuments and culture the accommodation facilities at Jaipur also play a major role in wooing a fair chunk of tourists to India. It offers you an opportunity to have a first hand experience of the kind of life, which the erstwhile Rajput rulers lived. As here many of the royal residencies have undergone metamorphosis to become heritage hotels. But fret not if you do not want to burn a hole in your pocket, cheaper options are also available.

The other attractions like the ethnic Rajasthani delicacies, endless variety of crafts and glittering gems and jewelry are all irresistible. Thus with ample attractions, easy accessibility, and strong infrastructure to cater to the needs of the tourists Jaipur well deserves the place it holds on the world tourist map.

Jaipur Tourist Places / Attractions :

Amber Fort :

At a distance of 11 km from Jaipur, on the mighty Aravallis stands the sprawling Amber fort palace. Raja Man Singh started its construction in late 16th century. Few additions were made by subsequent rulers. This palace built mainly in red sandstone and marble is an excellent example of fusion of Hindu and Muslim style of architecture. The strong exterior of the fort symbolizes the might of the Rajputs while the delicate interiors (the fine lattice windows, frescos, finely sculptured pillars) speak about their refined taste.

In front of the fort was the 'mawatha' lake, which sheltered the crocodiles to protect the fort. In the midst of the lake area lies the Mughal style saffron garden. In the fort, the 'Diwan-i-am, the Diwan-i-khas and the 'Sheesh Mahal' with exquisite mirror work catch attention. The technical water cascade cooling system and the sandalwood door in the Sukh Mahal are very appealing. Besides, the Kali Temple is also worth paying a visit.

The most distinctive feature of the fort is the elephant ride that you can opt to climb up the fort but for it you have to shell out some money.

The Amber Sound & Light Show : Essentially a theatre show without live actors. Covers the story of Amber Fort & Jaipur dynasty, with appropriate blend of history, anecdotes, music and effects. Show runs daily in sequence 1st English and 2nd Hindi. English (6:30 pm) & Hindi (7:30 pm) Timings are revised through the year in accordance with the change in daylight timings. The gallery can accommodate 300 persons. Currently in English & Hindi - plans afoot for simultaneous watching in multiple languages. Duration of the show - approximately 52 minutes.

Amber holds the history of a citadel, pulsating with a legendry past of 600 years and 28 kings of the Kachhwaha dynasty, before their capital moved to Jaipur. Through their unique diplomacy of strategic alliances, their valor and strength, the rulers not only established a long dynasty but, in time, also played a part in changing the destiny of medieval India.

Through this Son-et- Lumière spectacle, an attempt has been made to revive the pride of Amber and bring forth the traditions that colored the lives of its people and the pomp that once existed in its fullest form. This musical extravaganza has highlighted the local legends, folklore, with a myriad of music that continues to give Rajasthan its unique identity. The show is a simple attempt to end the silence that had long fallen upon Amber - for the spirit of Amber is eternal. Amber once again springs into life – feeling youthful yet carrying those nostalgic moments that once made Amber a very lively citadel.

Script (Hindi):
Script adaptation (English): Mrinalini Ghadiok
Lead Voice: Amitabh Bachchan (Hindi), Jitender Ramprakash (English)

Show Venue : Kesar Kiyari Complex (Between Maota Lake outside Amber Fort near BUS parking)
Ticket Cost : {Rs.200/- per person in English Time: 06:30 PM Daily} / {Rs.100/- per person in Hindi Time: 07:30 PM Daily}

We would resume our summer timings from 13th April'2011 onwards, i.e. ENGLISH at 7:15 PM and HINDI at 8:15 PM.

Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(2 Hrs) 150 Rs. / 1 Elephant Ride 990 Rs. for 2 Persons No 8 AM - 6 PM
Jaigarh Fort :
Overlooking the outlying region of Jaipur and the Amber fort is the 'Victory fort', which sprawls on the top of the hill of eagles (locally called 'cheel ka tilaa'), and represented and reminds of the might of the Rajputs. Majorly a sturdy military structure, it is well fortified by the extensive rugged walls, with flame-shaped battlements, running all around the 3 km spread bastion of early 17th century.

The fierce firepower of its days, and still, the world's largest canon on wheels, Jaivan, is probably the most pictured at this fort. Its 'vital-stats' were enough to keep the enemies off, so the only time it fired was at its dramatic 'test-firing'. The (test-) fired canon ball landing more than 35 km away had a killing effect on many houses and resulted in a lake like formation where it hit. Also, the lake near this canon is a deliberate and a strategic attempt to help the cannoneer escape as soon as he fired it.

Other legends include the huge capacity water tanks that used to treasure the loot of the Rajputs in the warfare. This buried fortune was the source of construction of old capital of Amber, and Jaipur. Presently, the fortune is sill buried in its legendary past, and one can treasure it via…!

Plus, the puppet shows with melodious shriek of the puppeteer and zigzagging waist and body of the puppets; 7-storeyed watchtower, Diva Burj, where the Jaigarh fort towers above all; the military engineering at the canon foundry; museums collections of swords, shields, 50 kg canon ball, too long guns, conks and containers for oil, coins, and wine, maps, photographs, paintings, and howdahs [elephant saddle] and also, once a vantage point to check the nearing enemy the fort is now a tourist's viewpoint to see the snaking walls and the beaten tracks.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(1 Hrs) 75 Rs. (Admission free with City Palace) Public Holidays 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Jantar Mantar :
Jaipur is the proud owner of the best preserved and also the biggest of the 5 observatories built throughout the country by Raja Sawai Jai Singh. At first sight it appears to be consisting of weird geometrical figures, built in stone and marble, lying in an open area. But a careful observation will give you an idea of their significance and also allow you to appreciate the genius of Sawai Jai Singh. The words Jantar Mantar are derived from Sanskrit words Yantram (meaning instrument) and Mantram (meaning calculation). So, this observatory is actually a place where huge stone instruments were used to trace the movements of the celestial bodies so that the king could perform his rituals at the most auspicious moment. Like the 'Samrat Yantra', the biggest sundial in the world records the local time of Jaipur to an accuracy of upto 2 seconds; the 'Dhruva Yantra' helps in finding out the position of the Pole star at night and also those of the 12 zodiac signs.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(30 Min) 10 Rs. Entrance is free on Monday No 9 AM - 4:30 PM
City Palace :
Get awed or get jealous by the flamboyance of the Royal heritage, which, with its tastes and achievements, has been having a pronounced influence on the region and its people. City palace Museum or Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II museum (or SMS museum!!) captures and showcases such a heritage of affluence and social position in its part of the City palace premises, which itself is a royal residence since the 18th century. Strong- and delicate-work of 'those' periods are still resplendent in its clothing, paintings, recreational instruments, manuscripts, chariots, photographs & photography instruments, armoury, and arts and crafts and, of course, the Rajput(Rajasthani) architecture complimented by that of Mughal style, that houses these invaluable valuables. These artifacts have been treasured inside different museums depending upon their type.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(1.5 - 2 Hrs) 200 Rs. Per Adult Public Holidays 9 AM - 5 PM
Govind Dev Ji's Temple :
Situated in the City Palace complex, the temple of Govinddev ji enshrines the idol of Lord Krishna (along with Radhaji) who is patron deity of the Jaipur's royal family. The image of the deity was brought here from Vrindavan by Raja Sawai Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipur. The architectural evaluation of the temple brings out nothing much to wonder about but still everyday it attracts a huge crowd whose devotion, with which they collectively chant the hymns, is definitely noteworthy. The arties (prayers) are performed 7 times a day and each time the costumes of the idols are changed and bhogs are offered. The activities in the temple reach the peak during 'Janmashtmi', a festival to celebrate the birthday of Lord Krishna.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(15-20 Min) No Entrance Fees No TBA
Birla Laksmi Narayan Temple :
A modern catholic approach to religion is carved on the white marbles and architecture of Laksmi Narayan Temple. It is the gift of the Birlas [leading industrialists of India] to the pink city, hence the name Birla Temple. Placed at the foot of the Moti Dongri [the Pearl hill], the impressive view of the replica of Scottish castle called as Moti Doongri Palace topping the hillock and the calm surrounding alongside the busy road, makes it a cool place to hang out, and is visited especially by the locals.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(30 Min) No Entrance Fees TBA TBA
Hawa Mahal :
Built in 1799, by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, is the most recognizable monument of Jaipur. The 5 storied stunning semi-octagonal monument having 152 windows with over hanging latticed balconies is a fine piece of Rajput architecture. Originally designed for the royal ladies to watch and enjoy the processions and other activities, on the street below. Now it houses a well laid out museum. The display “Jaipur past and present” is the special feature of this newly setup museum.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
(30 - 45 Min) 10 Rs. TBA 10 AM - 4.30 PM
Nahargarh Fort :
This comparatively small but sturdy fort at Jaipur was built on a hilltop by Sawai Jai Singh in 1734 to strengthen the defense of Amber. The fort offers a picturesque view of Jaipur. The view of sunset from this place is especially spectacular. Inside the fort are 9 apartments, one for each of the 9 queens of the king. They are arranged in such a manner that the king could visit any of his queens without the knowledge of the other. Legends have it that the fort is named after a prince Nahar Singh whose spirit lived at the site of the fort and hindered its construction. When some special prayers were performed it agreed to leave the place but only on the condition that the fort be named after him. Some say it is called so because the place abounded with tigers at that time and 'Nahargarh' literally means abode of tigers. Anyway, now the place is absolutely safe to visit.
Suggested Time Required to See the Place Entrance Charges For Foreigner Close Day (If Any) Open / Close Time
( 45 Min) 50 Rs. No 9.30 AM - 5.30 PM

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Jaipur Sightseeing Tour By Bus :

Tariff : 250 Rs. Per Person.

Timings : 9.00 A.M. To 6.00 P.M.

Inclusion : A/C Delux Coach

Tour Detail : Amber Fort & Palace, City Palace & Museum, Observatory (Jantar Mantar), Hawa Mahal (Front View), Jal Mahal (Front View), "Gaitore" Maharaja's Cenotaphs (View on the Way), Laxminarayan Temple (Birla Mandir), Kanak Virndavan

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Jaipur Festivals :

Elephant Festival Jaipur : Feb - Mar On the Festival of Holi.
India's national festival of Colours, Holi, in Jaipur, is the day to witness yet another kind of festival. Amazingly caparisoned elephants, the symbol of strength, take the center stage - elephant parades, elephant races, elephant polo matches, elephant beauty pageant and elephant vs. man tug-of-war. The Royal Chaugan stadium of Jaipur is the setting for this spectacular jamboree that culminates with colorful melee created by throwing of flowers and colors at each other to celebrate the festival of spring, Holi,. Folk songs, music, dances, camels, and horses complete the patchwork.
Gangaur Festival : March - April
Gangaur is Rajasthan's most important local festival. Although celebrated all across the state Jaipur becomes an obvious choice for it offers the comfort of watching the festivities and procession, marking this festival, from atop shops with proper seating arrangements done by the State Tourism Body. If not for the mythical origins the festival can be attended to see the culture of dance, music, food and festivities woven around it. It's an experience to watch whole of the town and nearby villages turned out to observe the ceremonies and cultural procession from Triploia Gate of City Palace. Beside the symbolic image of Godess Gauri there are also traditional dancers and musicians, decorated elephant, camels, horses and bullock carts et al make it worth it.
Teej Fair : July - August
Teej is one of the most widely celebrated festivals of Rajasthan. Swings, traditional songs and dancing are the unique features of Teej celebrations in Rajasthan. Women perform traditional folk dance dressed in green colored clothes and sing beautiful Teej songs while enjoying their sway on swings bedecked with flowers. Teej is celebrated with immense fun and fanfare in the capital city of Jaipur. On this day, women and young girls wear their best clothes and adorn themselves with fine jewelry. They gather at a nearby temple or a common place and offers prayers to Goddess Parvati for well-being of their husband. On the occasion of Teej, markets in Jaipur are stocked with trendiest women accessories and clothes. Most of the fabric clothes display laheria (tie and dye) prints. Sweet shops keep different Teej sweets but ghewar is the main sweet of the season. At some shops malpuas and fenis are also prepared in great quantities. All over Rajasthan, swings are hung from trees and decorated with fragrant flowers. Women both married and unmarried love to swing on these swings to celebrate the 'sawan festival'.

Jaipur Excursions

Samode : 65 K.M. from Jaipur
50 kms North of the Jaipur into the rural settings the small village of Samode rewards you with a view of an old palace that still retains its charm. Medieval architecture is displayed in its exquisite marble work, antiques, mirror work, paintings and interiors esp. in the Diwan-e-khas.
Ajmer / Pushkar : 130 - 140 K.M. from Jaipur
Ajmer, at a distance of 12 Kms from Pushkar, is the place to see mausoleum of the Sufi Saint Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti, The Dargāh Sharīf. The Shrine is revered by all people irrespective of their religion, class, sex etc. Be there to see the heights of reverence and faith, for example, in the two huge cauldron, that devotees fill with rice, grains, money and prayers and vows. Inside the main complex of white marble too on can see numerous red-thread tied on the grill around the tomb as a symbol of a secret prayer or vow.

Pushkar is One of the oldest town of India and an important Hindu Pilgrimage Pushkar is a traveler’s-choice for the mystic appeal around its lake, temples, Ghats and the bazaar. It is said to have been born out of a dropped lotus in the lake and that’s why the name Pushkar, meaning ‘Flower’. Pushkar for Hindu devotees is the place to visit one of the very few Brahma temple in the world. Brahma, in Hindu mythology is the ‘God of Creation’ from whose hand the lotus dropped into this valley and formed the revered Pushkar lake. Few hours at Pushkar should involve a holy dip in Pushkar lake from anywhere along the 52 Ghats (steps), a visit to the 14th century Brahma Temple and Camel safari. If one wish to see this usually sleepy town bustling – time your visit around the Pushkar Camel Fair.
Ranthambore National Park : 185 K.M. from Jaipur
Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most renowned national parks in Northern India. The park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, which is about 130 km from Jaipur. Being considered as one of the famous and former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, today the Ranthambore National Park terrain is major wildlife tourist attraction spot that has pulled the attention of many wildlife photographers and lovers in this destination. Ranthambore National park is spread over an area of 1,334 sq km along with its nearby sanctuaries like - the Mansingh Sanctuary and the Kaila Devi Sanctuary. The park is majorly famous for its tigers and is one of the best locations in India to see the majestic predators in its natural habitat. The tigers can be easily spotted even during the day time busy at their ordinary quest- hunting and taking proper care of their young ones.
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