Jaipur is a popular destination in India.

The capital of Rajasthan and also the largest city. Founded in 1727 this beautiful city has embraced the progressive culture along with traditional era of yester years. While the traditional bazaars take pride in their 200 years old cultural fabric scintillating Malls and modern markets too have fitted themselves very well. In one city you can witness the blend of modern and ancient cities. The walled city flanks the old traditional Jaipur and outside the walls exists the modern swanky Jaipur with multistory buildings in skyline.

The City offers many attractive monuments like Hawa mahal, Jantar Mantar, City Palace, Sisodia Rani ka bagh, Albert hall Museum, Amber fort, Nahargarh fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Galta and Gaitore.
Beyond city lights explore Ajmer and Pushkar ghats.

Explore the bylanes of walled city to treasure the arts, craft, tie & dye colourful fabrics and jewelry unique to Jaipur.


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