India keeps calling its guests/tourists back. Talking specific about Rajasthan, tourists truly believes in the tagline –
“Jane kya dikh jaye!”
That means- The more the travelers explore the state the more is the probability that they’ll be surprised and for sure will be bound to visit it again.
Today the blog will be focusing on a city in this cultural and remarkable state-
Being the capital of Rajasthan it does take the responsibility of being clean , green and ideally beautiful.
The Pink city so known doesn’t just pleases our eyes with its colors that can be seen everywhere but also with the number of places it got to explore.
It is the largest city of Rajasthan and the western India with a population of about 3.1 million .
Jaipur is a major hub for arts and crafts. It has many shops which sell traditional products like antiques, gems, bangles, jewellery, handicrafts, carpets, pottery, textiles, leather and metal products. It also is one of India’s largest manufacturers of hand-knotted rugs.
- The Hawa Mahal
- Jal Mahal
- City Palace
- Amer Fort
- Jantar Mantar
- Nahargarh Fort
- Jaigarh Fort
- Garh Ganesh Temple
- Birla Mandir
- The Vidhan Sabha
- The Jaipur Zoo
Some Non-Cultural Attractions Are:
World trade park
The construction of this shopping mall is worth Rs. 350 crores and is build in heart of the city. The building contains two seperate blocks; one in North and other in South which are separated by city street. The two buildings are joined by a bridge, which has restaurant.
The interesting part is it includes a display system where 24 projectors create a single image on its ceiling. This is the first system of its kind in the world. It takes around 1-2 ho/urs to visit all of it which includes-
– Corporate office, rather serviced offices.
– Five Star Luxury Facility Hotel.
– Retail Showrooms of International and National Brands.
– Food Court with cuisines from 15 countries.
– Physical Fitness and Health Club.
– Club Lounge.
– 2 Screen Multiplex.
– Art Gallery and Museum.
It has 1100 Computerized Car Parking System, Computer Controlled Building Management System (BMS), 32 escalators and 28 high speed lifts, Electronic Trading Facilities of Stocks and Export Enquiry centres.
It is a complete package to spend a luxurious day.
This is the biggest circular park in Asia developed on highway.
The circle’s diameter is of 452 m whereas the circumference measures around 1420 m. This park was fully developed by JDA (Jaipur Development Authority), and is one of the favorite leisure place. It has a walking path , food stalls, night illuminated musical fountain show from 7:00-7:30 pm.
The highway around the circle is also encircled by gardens to sit and relax.
Nothing in Jaipur can beat the feeling of seating on those grass at mid-night and watching vehicles passing on highways in the cold breeze.
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