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Most beautiful and famous Jaipur's monument

The one important thing that Jaipur is famous for is the Monuments of Pink city. The city is furnished with the historical and magnificently established monuments which not only symbolizes the old customs shared by the king of Jaipur, but also the outstanding architecture involved in the same.

The monuments of jaipur is one great attraction to the tourist visitors which involves the feel of the king Man Singh’s life and one can feel the royalty of the late king by being the part of such great and outstanding monuments. The monuments include the following:

Location: Jaipur, Rajasthan
Built By: Raja Man Singh in 1592
Architecture: Rajput style of Architecture

Bagru is a small village,located at a distance of 30 kms from Jaipur but Bagru Is Also Famous for his Temples.

Chandra Mahal is the most impressive palace in the complex. It is a seven-storied palace used as the residence by the royal family.

City Palace, Jaipur is a complex
of palaces and was the official
residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur.

Jantar Mantar

The King Sawai Man Singh was the king involving keen knowledge and wisdom with astrology part of the same list. he built jantar mantar to assist the astronomical calculations. It is an observatory which consists of eighteen equipments for astrological studies. Jantar mantar is entitled as India’s proud answer to the greek observatories which is situated in jaipur, delhi, Ujjain, Mathura and Varanasi.

Birla Temple

Birla temple also known as Laxmi Narayan temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and his wife Goddess Laxmi. The temple was build by Birla group associations in the year 1988 below the hills of Moti Dungri temple. Birla temple is the best example of architectural importance built with white marble stone. The temple is furnished with beautiful lavish sculputes, museum, and mythological themes with fortified walls explaining traditional events. Enjoying sun set sitting in the big and beautiful garden of the temple acts like a cherry on top of the cake.

Galtaji is an ancient Hindu pilgrimage
site situated 20 km from Jaipur in the
Indian state of Rajasthan,


In 18th century, as a planned and beautiful city Jaipur to conceive a shape, and if there exists deceased souls of the kings to its dynasty, then it has to be Gator.

Ghat K Bala Ji
On the Jaipur-Agra highway
near Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh.

Govind Dev ji As the name suggests, this temple is of Lord Govind Dev ji – The original idol of Lord Goivnd Dev ji was found by a lady named Rupa Goswami about 450 years ago.

Govind Dev ji Temple

It is said that during the reign of Aurangzeb, the idol of Lord Shri Krishna shifted from Vrindavan Dhaam to jaipur and consecrated at Suraj Mahal of city palace in the year 1753, where it is right now. The temple was built by Sawai Pratap Singh 2, a devotee of Lord Krishna. Govind Devji temple has an equal importance with respect to other ancient temples in jaipur sharing the glimpse of heritage and architectural importance.

Jaipur Artwork in Amber Fort

Jal Mahal is situated in the middle of the Man Sagar.

Jal Mahal, the palace under water

Jal mahal is known as the eye-popping make over monument in jaipur. This palace is situated in the middle of the ManSagar Lake in Jaipur whch was renovated and enlarged in the 18th century by the king jai Singh II. Across the Lake, one can view the aravali hill which is furnished by the beautiful temples and historic forts on Jaipur. Jal mahal is the most attracted place as a palace under water is not seen anywhere in the world which shared the old royal customs and traditions of Rajasthan.

Khole Ke Hanumanji

Samode Palace

Sheesh Mahal

Albert Hall Museum

Hawa Mahal

Sisodia Rani Garden

Hawa Mahal, the wind palace

Hawamahal is famous for its beautiful architecture of medieval age which is sitated near the residence of jaipur royal family, i.e., city palace. Hawamahal was built in 1799 by king Sawai Man Singh, and designed by Lal Cand Ustad. The monument was designed keeping in mind the arid climate of the city. It was designed in such a way that cool breeze flows continuously inside the palace even in hot and dry weather. Because of specific scientific principle the hot winds transforms to cool winds when contracted.

The architectural design involves around hundreds of small sized windows which helps in maintaining a cool weather inside the palace when the royal families used to visit Jaipur and stay here.

All these monuments are the royal examples furnishing the beauty of Jaipur with pride honours and diligence.

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