Rajasthan, famous as the ‘land of kings’, possesses the best specimens of Indian art, architecture, and culture. When it comes to gathering information about and looking into the true and mesmerizing history of India, no other place can serve the purpose like Rajasthan.
1. Amer Fort Situated in Amber, few kilometers away from Jaipur, constructed by Sawai jai Singh, this Fort leaves the visitors spellbound with the art and architecture that has been endowed to it. On the inside visitors get a chance to see Diwan-i-Aam and Diwan-i-Khaas along with Sheesh Mahal, Jai Mandir and other temples, Kesar Kyari garden, etc. Most appropriate time to visit: November To February Opening hours: 9:00 Am – 4:30 Pm
City Palace, Jaipur One of the best historical monuments in Jaipur, built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh, the City Palace reflects the amazing blend of Rajasthani tradition and Mughal architecture. Inside it there are many minor palaces like Chandra Mahal, a number of gardens and temples. Most appropriate time to visit: October To March Opening hours: 9:30 Am – 5:00 Pm
Jaigarh Fort Lying 400 metres above Amber Fort, this fort is known as ‘Victory Fort’. One can have the best view of Aravalli hills as well as Amber Fort standing at Jaigarh Fort. The most interesting thing kept here is ‘jaivana Cannon’. Because of rumors of some treasure buried here, this fort was initially closed for common people but now it is open to all to experience its wonderful palaces, gardens, temples and museum. Most appropriate time to visit: November To February Opening hours: 9:00 Am – 4.30 Pm
Nahargarh Fort Constructed by Sawai Raja Jai Singh in 1734, this historical monument in Jaipur serves the purpose of protection that was to be provided to the Jaipur’s early rulers’ capital city Amber. It is said that this Fort was haunted by the spirit of king Nahar. Madhavendra Bhawan, used for summer retreat by the king’s family is worth watching in Nahargarh Fort. Most appropriate time to visit: November To February Opening hours: 10:00 Am – 5:30 Pm