May 19, 2024Republic Lifestyle Desk

Top Jaipur Attractions You Must Visit

The Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, a five-storey honeycomb-like structure with numerous windows and jharokhas, is known as the "Palace of the Winds" due to its exceptional ventilation.

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Bapu Bazar, located in Jaipur, offers a variety of shopping items including accessories, shoes, handlooms, artificial jewellery, brass works, and precious stones, reflecting Rajasthan's vibrance.

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Amber Palace Fort, a top tourist attraction in Jaipur, is a massive palace complex built with pale yellow and pink sandstone and white marble, divided into four main sections with courtyards.

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Nahargarh Fort, built in 1734, houses Madhavendra Bhawan, a summer royal family summer destination, and is now a popular picnic spot with stunning city views.

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The Jal Mahal, a famous tourist spot in Jaipur, was originally built as a hunting lodge for Maharaja Madho Singh I during duck hunting trips. The palace in Jaipur, known for its serene lake banks.

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City Palace, a renowned architectural icon, preserves Jaipur's city history and serves as a home for the royal family. Divided into two parts, it features courtyards, museums, houses the royal family.

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Gaitore Ki Chhatriyan is the royal crematorium grounds for the Kachwaha Rajput clan, designated by Jaipur's founder in the 18th century. The complex features shrunken open-air palaces.

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