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Weekend Destinations from Jaipur

Jaipur, also known as 'Pink City', is the capital of Rajasthan. It was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1727 AD. Jaipur is famous for its rich cultural heritage and has today become the most popular tourist destination in India. Here, one gets to see the architectural marvel of ancient forts and monuments that stand tall even to this day. The city has acquired the name, Pink City, because of the extensive use of pink color on the walls during the visit of Prince Wales. Jaipur today attracts a huge number of tourists from all over the world.. 


  • Abhaneri

    Abhaneri is originally named as Abha Nagri. It was built by King Raja Chand of Gurjar Kingdom in 9TH century. View Details

  • Bagru

    Bagru is art of block printing has given Bagru a prominent position in the textile printing industry of India. View Details

  • Bairath

    Bairath (Viratnagar) is famous as a heritage place where one can witness periodical remains of Mughal and Mauryan architecture. View Details

  • Karauli

    Karauli is most visited sites in Karauli are the Kaila Devi Temple situated at the bank of Kalisil river and a few more constructions. View Details

  • Ranthambore National Park

    Ranthambore is famous for its wide variety of wild animals. its diversity in animal life, vegetation and picturesque landscapes.

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  • Ramgarh Lake

    Ramgarh Lake is a popular picnic spot during the monsoon season as the lake gets filled with water.View Details

  • Sambhar

    Sambhar is known as Sambhar Lake Town and also Salt Lake City. Sambhar Tiger Sanctuary is also a popular destination.View Details

  • Samode

    Samode is one interesting and an opulent place near Jaipur. It is Mughal style and patterns in its spectacular structure. View Details

  • Sanganer

    Kite festival in Jaipur is a splendid celebration and an apt place for kite lovers as one can see multiple kites flying in the blue sky.
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  • Sariska National Park

    Kite festival in Jaipur is a splendid celebration and an apt place for kite lovers as one can see multiple kites flying in the blue sky.

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