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Jaipur, the capital of India’s Rajasthan state, was founded in 1727 by Maharaj Jai Singh II, who ruled Jaipur State from 1699-1744. Initially his capital was Amber, which lies 11 km from Jaipur. As the kingdom’s population grew, he moved the capital to Jaipur, which was developed as India’s first ever planned city, following the principles of Shilpa Shastra (the science of Indian architecture), and referencing the ancient Indian knowledge on astronomy.

It was in 1876 that the city was painted its famed pink colour – the colour of warmth and welcome – for the visit of the Prince of Wales (who later became King Edward VII). Since then, the “Pink City”, as it is lovingly called, has retained its rosy blush, which continues to charm travellers from around the world.

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Amer Fort

Located high on a hill in the town of Amer, this magnificent fort is one of Jaipur's principal tourist attractions. Built in the 16th century by Raja Man Singh I, it is known for its artistic blend of Hindu and Rajput elements. Walk along its large ramparts and cobbled paths. Explore its stately rooms overlooking mesmerising views of neighbouring Maota Lake.

Nahargarh Fort

Meaning “abode of the tigers”, Nahargarh Fort combines history with incredible views of Jaipur city from its perch on the edge of the Aravalli Hills. Built in 1734 and extended in 1868 to fortify the northern frontier of Jaipur, this magnificent red stone structure is an excellent example of Mughal architecture.

Jaigarh Fort

Experience the imposing majesty of Jaigarh Fort, built in the early 18th century, and which remains almost intact. Surrounded by huge battlements and offering panoramic hilltop views of Jaipur city, the fort houses a magnificent palace complex, a museum and armoury, as well as the world's largest cannon - Jaiban.

City Palace

Located at the heart of Jaipur, the City Palace is a glorious remnant of Jaipur's royal past, with beautiful architecture that blends Mughal and Rajput styles, vast courtyards and attractive gardens. The most commanding building is Chandra Mahal, a seven-storey tower where royal descendants continue to reside, and housing a museum showcasing royal artefacts. A must-visit for history lovers.

Albert Hall

Inspired by The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Albert Hall is exquisitely built in Indo-Saracenic style and stands in the centre of Ram Niwas Garden. Dedicated to the history of civilisations, architecture and artisan crafts, the museum displays a wide range of wood, metal, marble and clay crafts, textiles, sculptures and weapons, as well as a large collection of miniatures from the Bundi, Kota, Kishangarh, Udaipur and Jaipur schools of art.

Hawa Mahal

Visit one of Jaipur's most iconic landmarks, Hawa Mahal, otherwise known as The Palace of Winds. Built in 1799 by the poet-king Sawai Pratap Singh, the five-storey structure is made of pink sandstone and features 356 intricately carved jharokhas (windows) through which women of the royal family could observe life on the street in privacy.

Jal Mahal

From the banks of Lake Sagar, capture photos of one of the most wonderful sights in Jaipur, the beautiful Jal Mahal or Lake Palace. Appearing to float in the centre of the lake, its light, sand-coloured stone walls contrast with the deep blue of the water, creating the perfect picture of serenity.

Moti Dungri Temple

Rising in the middle of Jaipur is a small pearl-shaped hill called Moti Dungri, upon which sits an exotic royal palace styled like a Scottish castle. The highlight of Moti Dungri is the famous and auspicious temple of Lord Ganesh located at the foothill.

Birla Mandir Temple

Dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, the Birla Mandir, also known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple, is famed for its architectural splendour. Built in 1988 by the Birlas, a renowned industrialist family, it is constructed entirely of pure white marble with walls engraved with mythological tales.

Govind Dev Ji Temple

Experience the tranquility and spirituality of one of Jaipur's oldest and most sacred temples. Located in the City Palace complex, surrounded by beautiful gardens, this rare spire-less temple houses the idol of Govind Dev Ji, believed to be an incarnation of Lord Krishna. Worshipped by the erstwhile royal family, the deity is also revered by Hindus in Jaipur and nearby areas.

Jantar Mantar

The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is the largest of five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. It contains fourteen geometric devices, designed to measure time, track celestial bodies and observe the orbits of the planets around the sun. An out-of-this-world experience for astronomy enthusiasts!

Nahargarh Biological Park

Spanning 720 hectares in the foothills of the Aravalli range, the park is a delight for wildlife lovers. Take a jeep safari or go bird watching in this sanctuary of diverse flora and fauna, home to jungle cats such as panthers, tigers and lions, a range of reptiles, and over 285 species of birds.

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