Places to Visit in Jaipur
Places to Visit in Jaipur, as the capital of Rajasthan it is, in Jaipur, there are dozens of places worth seeing and endless things to do. It is true that being one of the largest and most populated cities in northern India at first glance can be a little overwhelming, but if you give it the opportunity, you learn to love it.
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Places to Visit in Jaipur
Places to Visit in Jaipur, the Amber Fort is located about 10 kilometers from Jaipur, you will taking in car which was booked by India’s Invitation to get to the base of the hill where it is located. Once there, you can climb perfectly on foot in a 10-minute walk, although they will surely pressure you to do it by jeep or elephant. Elephants (who are really elephants) live in conditions of slavery and suffer terrible maltreatment from birth to death for the entertainment of tourists.
Palace of the winds
Places to Visit in Jaipur, Icon of Jaipur, the facade of the Hawa Mahal does not go unnoticed. On what it represents there are two theories: some say that it has a peacock tail shape, while others say it is a crown. Maybe neither of them is true.
Places to Visit in Jaipur, The Hawa Mahal was an addition to the Royal Palace that was once destined for the harem. Hence its 953 windows, which allowed women to observe the movement of the city without being seen. The wind that circulated through them gave the palace its name.
Places to Visit in Jaipur, the residence of the rulers of Jaipur from the first half of the 18th century, this complex of buildings and courtyards presents an exquisite fusion of Rajput and Mughal architecture. Unfortunately, for the most part, it is only possible to see the outdoor spaces. Only the entrance to the Mubarak Mahal (the “guest house”) is allowed, where there is currently a very interesting exhibition of costumes and dresses of the royal family, the armory and the audience room. The private palace (Chandra Mahal) is accessible only with a guided tour for which you have to pay a good supplement.
Places to Visit in Jaipur, the largest of the five astronomical observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh II (the other four are in Delhi, Ujjain, Mathura and Varanasi) is composed of 16 enormous calculation instruments, some of which are still used to predict phenomena such as the arrival date of the Monsoon.
Places to Visit in Jaipur, the visit is very interesting, especially if you have a good guide that explains in detail the operation of each of the instruments. If not, you can also rent an audio guide. Yes, I advise you to wear a good cap: there is no shadow and the sun hits hard. A very beautiful view of both the Jantar Mantar and the Palace can be obtained from the top of the Hawa Mahal.
Cinema Raj Mandir
Places to Visit in Jaipur, outside the walls of the old town, this cinema is, in my opinion, a really essential visit in the city. In addition to the interior of the building, which is at least picturesque (you have some bad photos in this post), for giving yourself the pleasure of watching a Bollywood movie in one of the most famous cinemas in the country.
The best lassi in Jaipur
Places to Visit in Jaipur, finally, you can not leave the city without trying the delicious lassi of “Lassiwala”, a small place on MI Road, almost reaching the doors of the Pink City. The local imitators are counted by tens, but it is easy to distinguish the original by the tails that are formed before it. Warning: they are doing so well that they only offer lassi until lunchtime.