Fast Facts about Jaipur



342,239 km2 (132,139 sq mi)

6,663,971, (2011)

October to March

Hindi, Urdu, English

Historical Fort and Royal palaces

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The crowning glory of Rajasthan- the ravishing city of Jaipur is known for its royal legacy and its vibrant colors. Pacing with the international standards this city retains the originality of the Rajputana culture.

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Introducing Jaipur

Jaipur needs no formal introduction as today this city comes in the top most cities frequently visited by tourists from all over the world. The pink color has become an inseparable part of this city but Jaipur is also known for its vibrant colors. You can find people wearing bright colors and it seems like that this city is having some celebration or the other all around the year.

Pink color represents the royalty and romantic ambience of Jaipur and its vibrant colours introduce the visitors to the legacy of Rajputana kingdom. Jaipur is like a diamond in the crown of Rajasthan state and draws maximum number of tourists every year. From high-class boutique hotels which make you feel like a prince to road-side dhabas where you can enjoy local Rajasthani food, Jaipur has lots to offer. Buying ethnic jewellery and other stuff is also very popular among tourists. Make sure you visit this city with high expectations as this city will not let you down.

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History of Jaipur

Jaipur is known to be the first planned city of India and this itself enhances its importance and authenticity. Words can go less when describing about the history of making of Jaipur city. This city dates back its history to the 12th century when the Rajput clan of Kachchwaha came in the Aravalli Hills and made Ajmer their capital. The Kachchwahas belonged to the warrior caste of hindus, fondly called as Kshatriyas. In the 18th century, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II decided to shift his capital and laid the foundation of Jaipur in 1727. Being a mighty warrior and even a greater astronomer, Jai Singh kept a sharp eye on every detail in the construction of this city.

The whole architecture of the city is based on Shilpa-shastra, that is the hindu style of architecture. Scientifically as well as architecturally, the grandeur of Jaipur was considered the best of the Indian continent. To ensure that Jaipur is secured from all the sides, Jai Singh made the provision of encircling the city with huge fortification walls which opened at seven strong gates. Every fort and palace of this city speaks volumes about the victorious personality of its planner, who is Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II himself. Once can easily feel the romance and the bravery in the air of Jaipur. No doubt that journey to a cultural India will stay incomplete without visiting Jaipur.

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