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4 Reasons Why I fell in love with Jaipur, Rajasthan

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Jaipur is the pink city where you'll experience history, culture and traditions. Needless to say, it attracts every year millions of tourists, from Indians to foreigners. I've read a few blogs about this but this microblog really helped me prepare my trip to incredible india:

There are many 4 places in Jaipur that made me fall in love with it:

  • Hawa Mahal: this red-sandstoned monument was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. It's dedicated to women. There they could experience the festivities of the city, sitting by the windows.

hawa mahal faqtr microblog

hawa mahal faqtr microblog

  • Amber, Jaigarh & Nahargarh Fort: Jaipur was one of the safest city in India because many forts have been built in the four corners of town. They are magnificent and are definitely worth a visit.

nahargarh faqtr microblog

nahargarh faqtr microblog

  • Jal Mahal: it stands amidst water, you'll see many paintings taking inspiration from this Mahal. Once you see it, you'll understand why ;)

jal mahal faqtr microblog

jal mahal faqtr microblog

  • Galtaji Temple: Galtaji Temple, is a sacred temple devoted to Hanuman a god of monkeys... You'll probably see hundreds of monkeys there.

monkey temple faqtr

monkey temple faqtr

Posted by sam_travels 02:38 Archived in India Tagged india jaipur rajasthan

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