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6 Places to Visit Near Jaipur

1. Bhangarh Fort – 75 km approx. Located at around 80 kilometres from Jaipur, lays the historic ghost town of Bhangarh. Bhangarh is also in close proximity to the Sariska Tiger Reserve, making it a popular spot for adventurers and tourists. The ancient town is famous for its historic buildings, temples, ruins of an ancient town and the wraithlike fort, …

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6 Famous Restaurants in Jaipur

1. Tapri Started by two young entrepreneurs in 2010, Tapri is an exquisite ‘tea bar’ located near Central Park. Its rooftop location is an ideal spot for an evening snack and the views of the giant Indian National Flag inspires a sense of pride.

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10 Things To Do In Jaipur

1. Gemstone Shopping at Johri Bazaar in Morning While the Shops in Jaipur Bazaars open after 10, one can take a leisurely stroll of the old city and discover its hidden treasures. The Johri Bazaar is known for its jewellery shops that have been run by the same families since the medieval times. If you visit Johri Bazaar between 8 …

10 Can Visit Places in Jaipur

1. Sawai Man Singh Stadium 2. Jawahar Circle 3. Jal Dhara 4. Kulish Smriti Van 5. Deer Park 6. St. Andrews Church 7. Jagat Shiromani Temple 8. Ramgarh Lake 9. Shree Sanjay Sharma Museum 10. Akshardham Temple Photo by Pranavdadhich, CC BY-SA 3.0

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Shree Sanjay Sharma Museum

A Private Museum located opposite to the picturesque Jal Mahal; The Sanjay Sharma Sangrahalaya was built in the memory of Sanjay Sharma who died in the lake.

Ramgarh Lake

Located around 30 kilometres from Jaipur, Ramgarh Lake was an artificial lake built by the Maharajas of Jaipur as a source of Water Supply. The shape of the lake made it a perfect spot for Boating Races during the 1982 Asian Games and it also remained a picnic spot for the residents of Jaipur.

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Jagat Shiromani Temple

Located in the medieval town of Amer, Jagat Shiromani Temple was constructed in the early 17th century by the orders of Maharani Kankawati.

St. Andrews Church

Known as the oldest church in Jaipur, St. Andrews Church was established by Scottish Missionaries in 1912. The missionaries were donated a piece of land by Sawai Madho Singh, the Maharaja of Jaipur near the Chandpol Gate.

Deer Park

Established by the Forest Department, the Ashok Vihar Deer Park is located in C-Scheme, Jaipur. The park covers an area of approximately 5 acres and has a healthy population of around 80 Chinkara deer.

Kulish Smriti Van

Spread in an area of 108 acres, the Smriti Kulish Van is situated near the JLN marg amidst dense forested hillocks. It is a great place for a walk in the dense vegetation without any disturbance.