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Jaipur Attraction Places

1. Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal is the palace is a fine example of Rajput style of architecture is greatly influenced by the Mughal architecture. Now it’s converted in to a museum with the collections include paintings, coins, handicrafts and sculptures. Now it’s showing the special feature for Jaipur-past and present difference. Hawa mahal is placed center of the Jaipur city, near the Badi Chaupad (the big square) - right in the middle of the Johari Bazaar. We believe that you are definite to find yourself out of words when you arrive here and have a look at the splendid structure that's one of its kinds in the whole world.

2. Jaigarh Fort

The Jaipur city was founded in 1727 A.D. by the greate ruler Sawai Jai Singh II and named after him. Monarch was not only a great builder, but also an astronomer under him the Jaipur City or ("City of Victory") was designed by his talented architect Vidhyadhar, gave shape to the creative aspirations of Sawai Jai Singh in the form of the dream city of Jaipur. Jaighar is one from the historical places of Jaipur City. It is responsible for the security of both Jaipur and Amber (Amber Fort). The main attraction is the Jaivana in Jaighar,world's largest cannon on wheels is here.It is Constructed in Jaighar's foundry in 1720, its barrel weighs close to 55 tons.

Wander around a bit and one can walk the ramparts and peer down the loopholes for guns and boiling oil, or check out the wide water channels. These are part of a very efficient system for rainwater harvesting, bringing in water from across the hills and into Jaigarh's 3 underground water tanks. The largest of the tanks stored 6,000,000 gallons of water enough to feed 10000 troops for 2 years. It is also believed that a huge treasure was buried under the tank until the government seized it during emergency in the 1970s. A case is till in court, but nothing has surfaced. The fort is now privately owned and the museums offer a brief but grand look in to the mighty power of the Rajput dynastys military power.

3. Albert Hall

Albert Hall museum is located in beautiful Ram Niwas Garden. This beautiful garden has a zoo also. Prominent Among The Art Galleries And Museum In Rajasthan Is Albert Hall In Jaipur Also Called The Government Central Museum, 131 Years Old Has An Excellent Collection Of Rajasthan Miniature Paintings, Traditional Royal Costumes, Woodwork And Sculptures.

It was intended as a town hall, but was soon converted to the oldest museum of Jaipur. It is a starting point for heritage walks in the old city and a venue for cultural events.

Museums are the best place to visit to know about the culture and traditions. The Albert Hall has developed based on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This graceful building was founded in 1876 by Prince Albert. It’s designed and devised by Colonel Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. It was opened in 1887 as a public museum.

The Royal Albert museum contains a rare collection of decorative art objects, pottery objects, paintings, sculptures, woodwork, natural history specimens, an Egyptian Mummy and the well known Persian Golden Carpet. In this museum one gallery is dedicated to Mehndi, body art and great Rajasthani motifs and designs are on display.

4. The City Place

The City Place of Jaipur is a most tourist attraction in Rajasthan. City Place is located center of the old jaipur; City Palace is a rare combination of the finest blends of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The City palace was originally built by Maharaja Jai Singh ji. This place has several palatial structures like the Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Badal Mahal, Shri Govind Dev ji temple and the City Palace Museum.

The city palace is divided into two parts- One part Sawai Man Singh museum and other is still the residential palace of the former maharaja.

The excellent museum has an extensive collection of art, carpets, Sanganeri block prints, Kashmiri Pashmina shawls, folk embroideries and Benares silk saris and 15th century weapons. Most important is pajamas and coat of Sawai Madho Singh, a well-built man 6 ½ feet tall, over 4 feet wide and weighed 250 kg.

Other attractions in City Places:

Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Badal Mahal, Sukh Nivas & Shobha Nivas, Shri Govind Dev Ji temple, Chhavi Nivas & Mukut Mahal.

Entry Fee:

for Indian: Rs. 35.00, Foreigners Fee: Rs.150.00

Mubark Mahal

Mubarak mahal is also called Welcome Palace. In the past time it’s as reception for visiting dignitaries. Mubarak Mahal is a building inside the City Palace Complex, built by Maharaja Madho Singh in 19 century. It has a beautifully carved marble gate with heavy brass doors on either side of this gate

Chandra Mahal

The Chandra Mahal or the Moon Palace is the centre of the palace; it’s occupied by the royal family. Chandra mahal provides a fine view of the gardens and the city. On the 4rt floor of the Chandra Mahal is the 'Shobha Nivas' or "Hall of Beauty" with mirror effects walls having exquisite blue tiled and mica decoration. The Shobha Nivas and the Sukh Nivas is still occupied by the present Maharaja.

Chhavi Nivas

The fifth floor is the 'Chhavi Nivas' or "Hall of Images", with a well polished floor of blue and white painted walls, the maharajas retreat in the rainy season. The sixth floor has rows of double columns with mirrored ceiling through which one can have a magnificent view of the rugged hills.

Mukut Mahal

The top most floors are called the 'Mukut Mahal' or the Crown Building. Opposite the Chandra Mahal lies the 'Badal Mahal' and the Govind Devji temple stands between the Chandra Mahal and the Badal Mahal. In the middle of Chandra Mahal and the Badal Mahal, a very delightful system of fountains is placed.


Inside the City Place located famous museum. The art gallery is housed in the former Diwan-i-am (Hall of Public Audience). The excellent museum has an extensive collection of art, carpets, Sanganeri block prints, Kashmiri Pashmina shawls, folk embroideries and Benares silk saris and 15th century weapons The awesome Hawa Mahal is another integral part of the City Palace.

5. Amer Fort

Amer Fort was the ancient citadel of the ruling Swai Jai Singh II clan of Amer, before the capital was shifted to present Jaipur.

The Amer palace lies within this fort complex, one of the finest examples of Rajput architecture. Construction was started by Raja Man Singh I, army commander of Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1592 and was completed by Mirza Raja Jai Singh and Sawai Jai Singh, over a period of about two centuries. The palace is situated atop a hill. Beware, there are plenty of touts around who tell you the road is bad. At the Kali temple, water or whisky is served as Prasad (gods offering). You have to ask for the whisky however.

The Amber Fort set in rugged hills is a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Constructed by Raja Man Singh I in 1592 and completed by Sawai Jai Singh I. The fort is made in red sand stone and white marble. The rugged forbidding exterior belies an inner paradise with a beautiful fusion of art and architecture. Amber is the classic and romantic fort- palace with a magnificent aura.

The interior wall of the palace depicts expressive painting scenes with carvings, precious stones and mirror settings. In the foreground is the Maota Lake providing a breathtaking look. Built mainly for the warring enemies as a safe place, the heavily structured walls could defend the residents within the ramparts of the fort.

6. Birla Auditorium

Birla Auditorium “B.M. Birla science & technology center” located in the heart of PinkCity. It’s surrounding in 9.5 acre complex, covered area of 2, 50,000 sq. ft., its including science museum, library, computer center, big exhibition hall and auditorium.

The Birla auditorium suitable for international conferences standards, auditorium has a seating capacity of 1350 people, its one of the largest auditoriums in India. Its offers unique audio visual education entertainment, auditorium is best location for cultural programs, festivals, art drama performance and trade show place.

7. Jal Mahal.

Jal Mahal “Water Palace “is a wonderful place in the middle of man Sagar Lake. Its located 6 KM before to Amber Fort fort at Amber Fort Road outside Jaipur.

Basically it’s a historical place, built by Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 AD. As we know it’s located in the middle of the man Sagar Lake. This mansagar lake was formed by constructing a dam between the 2 hills by Sawai man Singh. This is a best example of Rajputs architecture, Jal Mahal is deployed with vast architectural.

It’s also a huge place for migrating birds. Its architectural attractive water place and it’s developed for the royal duck shooting parties & for enjoyment spot. Jalmahal has 5 floors and first to four floors submerged are in the water. Jal Mahal is a romantic place with its peace full red sandstone intricate architecture.

The 200 years old impressive Jal Mahal palace is near another popular tourists attractions Amber, Nahargarh, Jaigarh fort, and sisodia garden with kanak ghati so tourist can travel all place in a single tour.

You can have a wonderful view of the lake and the palace from Nahargarh Fort also, The Palace is not open to the public, but the location is good for an early morning or evening walk.

The best time to visit the Jal Mahal or the Water Palace is during October to march. During this period you can find many visitors from all across the world out here.

We believe that Jal Mahal is one of the premier tourists’ attractions of the pink city. If you once visit this place you will love to visit it over and again

8. Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani is a perfect location to enjoy your weekend, Chokhi Dhani divided into 2 parts.


Chokhi Dhani show completely Rajasthani culture, It has 59 cottages, 33 royal cottages, 8 Haveli Suits, 4 Conferences Halls, Ethnic and Multicuisine Restaurants, Outdoor Barbeque, Chandi Mahal Bar, Rhun Jhun- Discotheque cum Bar, Kesariya- The Sansha Spa all in Rajasthani village culture.

To experience swimming with a difference, Chokhi Dhani is the right place. A dip in the sunken pool of the Kings, Kund offers the same.

To keep you fit and to give the best of massages, Tanna Tan is the health club at Chokhi Dhani. Equipped with Steam and Sauna baths, Jacuzzi, a Gym and Massage facility enriches your stay at Chokhi Dhani.

For beauty care and treatments of its guests, Chokhi Dhani has a fully equipped Salon/Beauty Parlor in its premises making it a perfect place to stay unconcerned about any needs as all is available.


Chokhi Dhani Village has been the mirror of Rajasthani culture since 1989. Chokhi Dhani Village has a different theme for each day, a festive celebration every time in a different manner with a purview of real Rajasthani village culture in fun, entertainment, games, shopping, Rajasthani diet, folk dance, music and much more.

The Chokhi Dhani Village also has a photo studio with traditional look, a national art and craft market, a museum and many more places showing Rajasthani village culture, villagers' lifestyle with a dining hall, renowned for the mouth watering and typical Rajasthani food. A place where you will enjoy coming and forgetting to leave... where you will get rid of your worries and you will drown with Rajasthani art, culture and respect for the guest

9. Jaipur Wax Museum

Jaipur Wax Museum is the first wax museum in the world, which has been set up at a heritage site. Jaipur Wax Museum has a royal section made for the majestic real life statues of the royal people. The Maharaja’s and The Maharani’s’ of Jaipur and the state of Rajasthan. The unique feature of the statues is the liveliness of the sculpted image. A background has been given to each statue to support and compliment to its celebrated history. This feature has made it one-of-its-kinds Museum and this enhances the wax figure and makes it feel larger than life. The statues are beautifully sculpted by India’s maiden and senior most wax sculptor Mr. Susanta Ray and are displayed in the ‘Hall of Icons’ section and ‘Royal Darbar’ section of the Nahargarh fort giving the city a new destination to visit and recall the legends our history has given us. Bollywood actor Govinda, who was accompanied with his wife Sunita Ahuja inaugurated the museum and unveiled the statue of megastar Amitabh Bachchan.

10. Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar at pinkcity is the largest stone observatory in the World and this feature makes it a special destination for a travelers. Jantar mantar built by Maharaja Jai Singh between 1727 and 1734, Jantar mantar means ‘calculation instrument’, it’s also belongs to Jyotisa.

Jantar Mantar is located close to the gate of the famous City Palace of Jaipur. The huge masonry instruments were used to study the movement of constellations and stars in the sky. Really it’s a very amazing architectural astronomical instruments, its designed with a special aim and its shape and setting also a very scientifically.

Jantar Mantar also famous for films locations, here so many films shoot. Jantar Mantar is wholly constructed with stone and marble. In the Jantar Mantar Sundial usually attracts the maximum attention of people, which tells the time to an accuracy of about two seconds in local time of Jaipur. Jantar Mantar was carefully renovated in 1901 and was declared a national monument in 1948. Today, Jantar Mantar has become a major tourist attraction in Jaipur.

In the Jantar mantar have followings yantra: Disha Yantra, Dhruva Yantra, Dakshina Yantra

11. Nahargharh Fort

Nahargharh Fort is situated on the ridge of Aravali. It looks most classy when floodlit at night. It was built in 1734 and extended in 1868. Nahargharh meaning abode of the tigers was built by Sawai Jai Singh to bolster the defence of Amber (Amber Fort). The fort overlooks the city and presents a glittering view of the city lights.

Nahargarh Fort is associated with several legends. Nahargarh offers exquisite vistas of the Man Sagar that boasts of a lovely duck blind right in its midst. The fort served as a rest retreat for royal guests and dignitaries who were invited to join the maharaja for duck shoots.The legend also have it that it was named Nahargharh after Nahar Singh whose spirit would destroy the construction of Nahargharh. So after a prayer to the spirit it agreed to leave on condition that the fort is named after him. Durg Cafeteria just above the entrance sells meals and refreshments, while Padao Restaurant on the west sells drinks around sunset.

In all there are 12 palatial quarters replete with interlinked corridors, kitchens and hearths at the Nahargarh zenana - each a glorious depiction of Rajputana art and taste for luxury. The Madhavendra Bhawan, built by Sawai Ram Singh II has uniquely a cluster of 12 identical suits for queens and at the head is a suit for the king himself. The rooms are linked by corridors and retain some delicate frescos as well as toilets and kitchen hearths. It was used by members of the royal family for excursion in summers and is now even a favoured picnic spot.