Jaipur Sightseeing

A magnificent city of splendour, Jaipur is the epitome of colour, heritage and culture. The place’s everlasting seeping pink, to monuments which stand tall telling historical stories, to the culture which lays embedded in hearts of the people, it is a proof of a larger than life feeling which was carried by the same spirited ruler from years.

The city which seems full of a cultural merge ad a time pause of centuries encapsulates plethora of attractions for a person to sightsee and enjoy. Some of the prominent ones:

Places to Visit

Amber Fort

This magnificent fort comprises an extensive palace complex, built from pale yellow and pink sandstone, and white marble, and is divided into four main sections, each with its own courtyard.

Hawa Mahal

A mahal constructed to empower Rajputana women whilst following traditions, the 953 windows gives us a glimpse of all the women’s heads popping out to experience the city’s celebrations.

City Palace

A city within a city by its vast coverage of area of "Diwan-e-Aam", "Diwan-e-Khas", "Chandra Mahal", "Mubarak Mahal", "Pritam Niwas Chowk", "The Clock Tower" and so on.

Jantar Mantar

One of the largest observatory, having the world’s largest sundial as well, the astronomical instruments are among some of the most important ones to calculate the most accurate measurements of time, constellations and other astronomical wonders.

Jal Mahal

Originally chosen as a hunting ground spot for hunting ducks by the Maharajas, this building soon set itself as a beauty waiting to be explored among waters. The five-storey structure has its four floors completely submerged offering an incompletely complete look.

Albert Hall Museum

An art gallery dressed into a splendid structure, the museum holds enthralling displays aimed at history, culture and royalty. The expansive courtyards, architectural beauty and erected pillars, enhance the charm of this place.


Known to be derived from a mispronunciation of ‘Gaye Ka Thor’ meaning resting place of the departed souls, the Rajput essence seeps into you with this new experience.

Jaigarh Fort

Jaigarh Fort is a grand structure perched on the top of the 'Cheel ka Teela' hills in the Jaipur. This magnificent edifice was commissioned by Sawai Jai Singh II in the year 1726 to protect Amer Fort.

Nahargarh Fort

Embellished with delicate carvings and stonework, the Nahargarh Fort is an impregnable structure and together with its two neighbouring forts - Amer and Jaigarh once stood as the strong defence of Jaipur city.

The city is filled with highlights of immense exquisiteness, valour, antiquity and allure. Prominent highlights include:

  • Having your heart filled to the brim with vibrant bazaars and their offerings of fine handicrafts.
  • Sightseeing places of wonder and amusement at City Palace.
  • Getting a bird’s eye view from the top of Nahargarh Fort.
  • Inspecting the world’s largest cannon on wheels at Jaigarh Fort.
  • Capturing wildlife at Zoological Garden.
  • Worshiping Lord Ganesha at Moti Dungri Temple.

A city which is as vibrant as this one leaves no room of doubt on how they celebrate their festivals. Grand processions, colourful essence which covers the city and more provide an aura of happiness, passion and tradition.

Gangaur Festival : A festival devoted to one’s significant other and is celebrated by worshipping Lord Shiva and Goddess Gauri. The unmarried women observe this festival in accordance to wish for a good husband and married women observe this festival to wish for their husbands’ well-being, prosperity, longevity, and a happy married life.

Elephant Festival : Marked on the eve of Holi, in the month of March, this festival is grand with processions of elephants, camels, horses and folk dancers who inculcate a spectacle of traditions to show off the ultimate celebration of Holi, the festival of colours which has a special place in Rajasthan’s heart.

Kite Festival : Held on January 14 every year, The International Kite Festival celebrates the transition of the sun from Sagittarius to Capricorn. A myriad of kites follows of all shapes and sizes as they cover the skies of Jaipur in an umbrella of vibrancy. The festival sees tremendous competitors passionate about kite flying from everywhere and is a state holiday declared by the government.

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