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Jaipur Travel Information

  • Official Language Rajasthani
  • Location North India
  • Zip Code 3020xx
  • Tel Code 0141
  • Famous for Heritage

People interested in enjoying a royal experience must plan a vacation to the most spectacular destination Jaipur. The alluring city Jaipur is a well planned city of India and it is part of the Golden triangle tour along with Delhi and Agra.
The colorful streets, majestic festivals, interesting fairs, historical wonders, forts, monuments along with mouthwatering delicacies turn the city into an attractive destination. All the constructions in the city are a blend of the Rajput and Mughal architecture style. Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort are some of the mind blowing forts that grab the attention of international travelers in the major destination of India.

The capital city of the desert state Rajasthan is a living memory of the brave Rajput rulers and was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh ll. The ruler of Amber designed this modern and a well planned city in the year 1727 on November 18th and it was even named after the ruler.
He built this a beautiful city and made it to be his capital to overcome the water scarcity in his kingdom. Following all the classic rules of the Vastu Shastra he took extreme care in building the whole city along with complete security aspects. Wide roads, huge constructions, lush gardens, heritage sites, add an extra charm to the uniqueness of the spectacular city Jaipur. Jaipur became the famous Pink City form the year 1876 as it was decorated in the color pink to welcome Prince Albert and Queen Elizabeth ll.

The exceptional beauty and the marvelous attractions made the city to be a part of the most popular tourist circuit Golden Triangle along with Delhi and Agra. Festivals and fairs are the part of the magnificent city Jaipur and one can explore the culture and tradition during throughout the year in this fascinating city.

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