Jaipur is one of the most important destinations on world-renowned golden triangle tour of India, Jaipur appears as any North Indian city unless you know its specialties. It is known as the pink city of India, this capital of Rajasthan state which attracts all and sundry. There are several factors that attracts tourist to its land. One should be aware of the fact that the state Rajasthan is the region which shares the moment of pride and honor because of its enriched heritage and culture all over the world. Jaipur is a place where the fusions of traditions along with modernization are seen.
In the hearts of the Rajasthani people one can feel the essence of the rich and diverse culture of Rajasthan. With the increasing globalization, the people of Jaipur are still attached with their values and rituals that allow them to signify and share the unique fusion which melts with the people in the front. The temples in the region of Jaipur are famous for its faith and reliability of people towards their god. Temples like Khole ke hanuman ji, birla mandir, moti dungri, ghad ganesh and many more has a special religious importance in the hearts of the people and make it the place of compulsion for the people who have faith in almighty.
There are various buses for Jaipur Darshan. These buses include each important place to see in Jaipur. The booking of these buses can be done online as well as one day before also one can take a ticket to visit Jaipur City. There are many monuments in the Jaipur city which one should visit while visiting Jaipur. There is good wealth of heritage in this city that is explored by Jaipur darshan. The bus takes you to the places like:
Hawa Mahal- This building is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha and is built in pink and red sandstone. It is a five storeyed, pyramid shaped structure which is made up of 953 small casements. Each encasement consists of sculptured architecture work on pink windows, curved roofs and small balconies with many windows.
Jantar Mantar- Jantar Mantar is also very famous for its architecture. It is also known as Jaipur Observatory. It contains 14 major geometric devices for tracking stars in there orbits, predicting eclipses, measuring time, finding out the inclinations of planets and determining the altitudes of celestial bodies. The largest instrument is of 90 feet height. Its shadow predicts the time of the day.
Nahargardh fort- Nahargarh fort is located approximately at a height of 700 feet and it is nearly about 15 km away from Jaipur city. This fort was built in the year 1734 for residence and security. Nahargrah fort is also named as “Tiger Fort”. Indo- European style is shown in the architecture of Nahargrh fort. Nahargarh basically means the abode of the tiger and is one of the best three forts situated in Pink City.
Amer fort – Amber Fort is located at one end of the passage which was the original capital of royal family of Jaipur. To the west of the Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort is constructed on a hill. Akbar once visited Amber and saw Jodha Bai, sister of Maharaja Man Singh and this act as a cemented relationship between the Mughals and the royal family of Jaipur.
There are other places to explore the heritage of the city. If you want to explore the grandeur of the forts, then Jaipur is the city to be. Here you can find a number of forts and fortresses in and around the city, resources to sustain a living with a touch of class. When one has finished exploring the deep corners of Jaipur at street level, he can get an awesome overview of the whole city by taking a balloon ride. This is the new way to explore the Pink City and it will cost around $300 for a one hour trip and it includes views to the Aravalli Mountains and the desert, it’s the perfect way to end Jaipur tour. At places like choki dhaani and aapdho rajasthan, people can share the beauty of colourful and alluring Rajasthan and its culture by different dance forms, cuisine which can be found at one place without compromising with the quality and value of customs.