The Royal soil of Legends !!! (Rajwaras)
The land of Rajwaras, JAIPUR, where every niche that tells the tales of the victory and romance of royal Rajputs was first built in 1727 by Maharajah Jai Singhji II of Kachhwaha Rajputana.
Nestling at 258 kilometers from Delhi, Jaipur is also known as the Pink City and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The ancient capital of Rajasthan is a part of “The Golden Triangle” that includes Delhi and Agra. The strong forts and palaces of the city depict the real picture of undying zeal that rotates the traditional heritage of India, inthe lifestyle of the Maharajahs.
Like any other northern parts of India, Jaipur has a pleasant temptation that welcomes hundreds of tourists every season. The charm of summers is totally different from that of winters. Make a visit to the magnificent forts and palaces, that gives you a royal touch of ancient times, the comfort and decor cannot be bypassed once you are here in Jaipur.
The entire city is enclosed by a city wall prominently known for its rich architectural and historical legacy, like the city palace complex, Hawa Mahal, and Amber Fort.
The City palace complex gives you an idea of magnificent architecture, art and sculptures work in Jaipur.
The Hawa Mahal (palace of winds) will blow you up with the cold winds, that give you a sense of fresh air conditioned hall during summer heat. The Amber Fort, 11 km from Jaipur is must a see. The interior walls of the fort are excellent mixtures of both the Hindu and Muslim style of ornamentation. Jaipur handicraft Mela (fair) has all if one is looking for some exclusive shopping of traditional artifacts of Rajasthan and hand print textiles. It also surprises you with the huge range of famous sculpture and painting on silk, miniature, cotton, marble and paper.
The Taste of Jaipur !!!
How come Jaipur’s royal kitchen can be ignored which is notable for its authentic food. Mishri Mawa and Ghewar are the most demandable tourist delicacies in the Jaipur. The capital is never the less in wide range of other items too such like the Gram flour, which is a major ingredient used to make some of the delicacies like Khata, Gatta Ki Sabzi and Pakodi. Powdered lentils are used for Mangodi, Papad. Bajia and corn are used during the preparations of Rabdi, Kheechdi, and Rotis. Various chutneys are made from locally available spices like turmeric, coriander, mint and garlic. If your want to taste the real Rajasathani flavor then Choki Dhani is the ideal place, presenting the unending courses of Rajasthani delicacies.
The old & Famous Bazaars !!!
Your Rajasthan tour is incomplete, if you do not shop for ancient jewelry, precious stones, textiles and leather wears. Its an integral part of Jaipur too, the bustling bazaars of Jaipur city, some dating back to 18th century, also attract thousands of tourists. Shopping in Jaipur is all about adventure and knowing the value of artistic items. Some of the ornaments, once made for the Kings, are so exclusive and decorative with the original handwork that you will not find else where in India. The jewelry is made by local artisans in traditional way, who are into the business for generations. There are numerous bazaars Johari Bazaar, Khazane Walon ka Rasta, Tripolia Bazaar and Bapu Bazaar are quite famous market hubs of Jaipur. The Johari Bazaar is popular for it’s jewelry production, and is especially known for precious, semi-precious stones, which are internationally famous for its cutting and polishing. Jaipur is also famous for the leather items like traditional footwear’s, leather jooties, belts and bags.
The Handicrafts !!!
Rajasthan handicrafts known worldwide for their expertise, are durable and delicate, which earns dubious popularity as they reach the shops for sale. The sophisticated skill and handwork adds everlasting charm when these handicrafts are spread on floor surface of your homeVisit Sanganer – 16 km in the south range of Jaipur is a hub of block printing and tie and dye . It includes a unique range of collection starting from painting on silk, miniature, cotton, marble, gem stone, paper and the paintings defining the ancient time of Mughals. textile. For block printing fabrics there are number of shops including the sakshi, which also has the tremendous range of Blue Pottery. About 20 Km from Sanganer is a small village called Bagru, which is also popular for its block printing, particularly of colorful design featuring circular motifs. You can place your order here for the required textile print that can be delivered directly to your residing place.