Inaugurated in 2010, Jal Dhara is a kilometer long picnic and recreation spot for the locals and tourists. The term ‘Jal Dhara’ translates to a ‘stream of water’ and is known for its fountains and a manmade water stream that stretches to almost half a kilometer.
Known to be the largest traffic roundabout in Asia, Jawahar Circle is a famous park in Jaipur. The diameter of the circular park is 452 meters with a circumference of almost 1500 meters. The Entrance of the park although a recent construction, is built in a typical ornamental Rajput style and resembles the architecture of the pink city.
Often abbreviated as the SMS stadium, it was built during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and is known to have hosted both national and international cricket matches.
1. Kanak Vrindavan/Kanak Ghati 2. Sisodiya Rani Gardens 3. Statue Circle 4. Garh Ganesh Temple 5. Moti Doongri Ganesh Temple 6. Jawahar Kala Kendra 7. Raj Mandir Cinema Hall 8. Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple 9. Vidhyadhar Gardens 10. Amer Sagar Lake
1. Nahargarh Fort 2. Jaigarh Fort 3. Amber Fort 4. City Palace 5. Hawa Mahal 6. Govind Dev Ji Temple 7. Jal Mahal 8. Albert Hall Museum 9. Jantar Mantar Observatory 10. Galta Ji 11. Birla Mandir 12. Gaitore 13. Pink City Bazaars 14. Chokhi Dhani 15. Ram Niwas Bag
Established in the 18th century by the Rajput ruler Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the city of Jaipur is the capital of the North-Western state of Rajasthan. It was established as the first planned city of India (way before the British established Calcutta) and is known for its unique blend of traditional Hindu architecture with Persian style frescoes.
Located at a short distance from the Anokhi Museum, Amer Sagar Lake is one of the hidden jewels of Jaipur. Amer Sagar is a manmade lake built during the 17th century by Raja Man Singh of Amer.
Located in close proximity to the Sisodiya Rani Palace gardens, the Vidhyadhar Gardens is a tribute to Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya, the chief architect of the city of Jaipur.
Dedicated to the mighty monkey god, Lord Hanuman, the Khole ke Hanuman Ji temple is located at a picturesque setting amidst the Aravalli hills. The temple is said to have been founded at the spot where Lord Hanuman rested while looking for the magical herbs for the injured Lakshamana.
Opened in 1976, and built in a unique style that merges modern architecture with art deco influences, Raj Mandir Auditorium is one of the most popular cinema halls in Rajasthan.