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Jaipur is a unique city. It is a living monument to the genius of Indian town planning and architecture. Popularly known as the ‘Pink city’, Jaipur is also the Capital of the state of Rajasthan. It is one of the most visited tourist places of India being one of the constiuent destinations of the famous tourist itinerary, The golden triangle of India. It is as popular as Delhi and Agra to foreign visitors.

                Built in 1727 A.D. by maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, Jaipur displays a remarkable harmony and architectural splendour. The old city is a great place to wonder around. The whole city was painted in pink color by maharaja Man Singh II when prince of wales, later Edward VII, visited Jaipur in 1876. It is a very well planned city laid out in a grid pattern and was desigened by a young Bengali engineer and scholar by the name “Vidhyadhar Bhattachyra”. How ever in wake of time, the city over grew in size and extensive colonies have now sprung up out side the old peripheral wall which is also giving way at many places. Jaipur is steeped in history and culture. Here the past comes alive in magnificent forts and palaces, blushed pink, where once lived the Maharajas. The busting bazaars of Jaipur, famous for Rajasthani jewellery,fabric and shoes, possess a timeless quality and are surely a treasure trove for the shoppers. This fascinating city with its romantic charm takes you to epoch of royalty and tradition.


Population         :

2,324,319 (2001)

Altitude :

431 mts.

Best season :

September to March

Languages :

Hindi, English, Rajasthani, Urdu.

Access : Delhi 272 km.       


  • City palace

  • Mubarak Mahal

  • Diwan-i-khas

  • Diwan-i-am

  • Chandra Mahal

  •  Mukat Mahal

  • Badal Mahal

  • Govind Deoji Temple

  • Mahraja Sawai Man Singh II Museum

  • Jantar Mantar

  • Hawa Mahal

  • Swargasuli (Isarlat)

  • Ram Niwas Garden

  • Museum and Art Gallerie

  • The Albert Hall

  • B M Birla Planeterium

  •  Moti Doongri and Lakshmi Narayan Temple

  • Statue Circle

  •  Jain Temple

  • Galtaji

  • Sisodia Rani Palace &Garden

  • Vidhyadhar Garden

  • Jaigarh

  • Nahargarh

  • Gaitor

  • Kanak Vrindavan

  • Others- Mahahrani-ki-chhatri, Jal Mahal, Man Sagar lake


  • Sanganer (12 km.)

  •  Bagru (35 km.)

  •  Ramgarh (25 km.)

  •  Samod (40 km.)

  • Amer

  • Shilamata

  • Ganesh Pole

  • Sukh Niwas

  • Jai Mandir

  •  Mohan Bari  of Kesar Kyari

  • Dilaram Bagh

  • Jagat Shiromani Temple

  •  Art and Craft

How to reach :


Air         :           Jaipur has its own airport, and is well connected to all other tourist and
                          business centres.

Rail            :       An excellent connection to Delhi by intercity express  Shatabadi
                           Express and the Pink City Express. Other connections to Jaipur are
                           from Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahemdabad,  Secunderabad,
                           Lucknow, Jammu, Mumbai and Cochin etc.

Road          :        Jaipur is 262 km. from Delhi. A big fleet of deluxe and air
                             conditioned buses is operated by the Rajasthan roadways between
                             Delhi and Jaipur.