This princely house for former royalty houses is complete with old world charm surrounded by colorful markets and chaotic streets. A part of the Golden Triangle, Jaipur is a definite travel destination along with Agra and New Delhi.
The royal food, unmatched architecture and raw natural beauty in the rural areas of Rajasthan will be enough to make Jaipur a world class destination. Nevertheless, there is much more to this city. Jaipur is replete with fascinating festivals, richly decorated elephants known for their work, cultural insights, and a maze of colorful dream palaces at every turn. You will not only be enchanted by this city, but you will be pleasantly surprised by its colorful and ethnic charm.
City Palace Jaipur
Amber Fort and Palace
Jantar Mantar Observatory
Markets and Shopping
Government Central Museum
The Kite Festival is a bright celebration for Rajasthan, with the main festivals held in Jaipur. If you enjoy kite flying, you should visit both cities on or around January 14.
The Gangaur Festival celebrates the heavenly bliss of Goddess Parvati. The Gangaur festival celebrated for a full 18 days is a long, colorful procession.
Teej festivals celebrate the arrival of birds with nature's monsoon, monsoon, greenery and social activities, rituals and customs. The festivals are dedicated to Parvati, also known as Teej Mata.
Dhulandi Mahotsav is referred to as the festival of colors, which is celebrated all over India a day after Holika Dahan and the beginning of spring. On this day, everyone plays with colors and water and the celebration can last all day.
Jaipur is known for its many famous handloom items and crafts. Government showroom of Rajasthan, MI Road, Johari Bazaar, MI Road, Nehru Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar has Rajasthan government showroom. The markets are usually closed on Sundays.
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Jaipur International Airport is called Sanganer Airport. Domestic flights are connected to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur, Udaipur and many other places. There are also international flights from Jaipur.
The most convenient and affordable way to travel to Jaipur is by road. Regular service of AC and Deluxe buses is available to all the major cities.
Jaipur is well-connected via rail from Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, etc.
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