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Delhi To Jaipur Pink City Package Tour

Amer Fort: Also sometimes referred to as Amber Fort, it is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Jaipur. It perches on a hill and was built by Raja Man Singh. This fort is known for its unique architecture which emphasises the Rajputana style. This majestic fort is very big and can also be seen from far, especially because it is built high up. It was the residence for the Rajput rulers and their families. Amer is one of the towns in Jaipur and it is where this fort is located. There are many things to see in Amer fort but the most famous is its ‘magic flower’. It is a fresco painted around the mirror palace.

Birla Mandir: This temple has been named after BD Birla and is another prominent tourist attraction of the Pink City Jaipur. Situated on the foothill of Dungari Hill, this temple is also called Laxmi Narayan Mandir. The temple looks incredible during the day but at night when it is bathed in light it appears simply stunning. There are three enormous domes and each one represents a unique religious significance.

Jantar Mantar: Jantar Mantar is the place where the medieval astronomical instruments are being kept. It was built during the rule of Maharaja Jai Sing II around 130 AD. The place had been restored under the guidance of an amateur astronomer, Major Arthur Garett. The world ‘Jantar’ means instrument and ‘Mantar’ means formula. So, Jantar Mantar simply means instrument of calculation.

Hawa Mahal: This Palace of Breeze was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799. The design concept was proposed by Lal Chand Ustad. The palace has been built in the likeness of the crown of Lord Krishna. This five storey building’s design in inspired by honeycomb and features more than 900 skylights. The place was built in way so that the royal ladies could look at the street without getting observed from outside.

Albert Hall: The Albert Hall Museum was opened to public in the year 1887. It was designed and planned by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. Here you can see lots of old paintings, ivory, stone, crystal items, and a lot more. Situated on the outskirts of the city, this museum is quintessential Indo-Saracenic revival architecture.

City Palace: This was the seat of the rulers of Jaipur, who were the head of Kachwaha, one of the most prominent Rajput clans. This Palace includes Mubarak Mahal and Chandra Mahal. Although some parts of Chandra Mahal have been reserved for royal residence, most of it is now a museum. The palace is very well known for its lush gardens and impressive architecture.

Jal Mahal: Also known as Water Palace in English, Jal Mahal is built right in the middle of the famous Lake Man Sagar in the city of Jaipur. Maharaja Jai Singh II played a crucial role in restoring and renovating the palace and the water body around it. The palace has again been restored recently and has got a beautiful uplift.