The western state of Rajasthan is a canvas for travellers. Every corner of the state is speckled with beautiful cities oozing rich history and valour fables of the Rajputana kings. The forts and palaces are the tangible reminiscent of their might, glory and royalty still standing firm in the contemporary world. Jaipur is one such city which tops the list and ignites the emotions of the bygone era. Famously called the “Pink City”, was founded by the Maharaja Jai Singh II. The city also bragged for being the first ever planned township in India. But with the modernity embracing and remarkably fast-paced urbanisation, still, the city has managed to keep intact its rich heritage, architecture and the royalty. The reminiscent of the bygone era royalty is very much visible while exploring the colossal Amer fort. The fort is a major attraction among the travellers when it comes to architecture and Rajputana affluence. Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh fort, Nahargarh fort, Rambagh Palace, Jal Mahal are its other prominent tourist attractions.
When it comes to shopping the city and its vibrant bazaars entices travellers with its traditional handicrafts, blue ceramic pottery and souvenirs. The city acts as a gateway to the traditional Rajputana royalty.
Jaipur offers a host of wonderful activities for travellers. Right from exploring the astounding Rajputana heritage, forts, palaces and beautiful gardens. The vibrant bazaars, traditional handicrafts, artefacts, popular blue ceramic pottery and relishing the delicious local cuisine all could be simultaneously savoured. The city dons the colourful and vibrant look beckoning tourists from all over the world.