Jaipur, the Pink city of India is situated in the golden triangle of Indian tourist map along with Taz fame Agra and Indian capital Delhi.
Jaipur is 265 KM away from Delhi and 240 from Agra. It is the capital of Rajasthan.
It is well connected with international and domestic air services , trains and buses. Palace on wheels is the most attractive feature for the travelers of Jaipur, Rajasthan that has saloons of old Indian Maharajahs.
Jaipur is famous for its forts, temples, palaces and gardens. It is also renowned for its handicrafts especially handcrafted Jewelry, carpets, blue pottery and garments.
It is the biggest color stone hub in India and one of the biggest in the world. Jaipur manufactures all kinds of gemstones precious and semi precious. Jaipur gemstone beads are one of its kind.
You can enjoy palacious hotels here.
You are welcome to Jaipur, Rajasthan and enjoy Indian hospitality.
Jaipur is really a great place to visit. Hawa Mahal is one of the best architecture buildings in India.
Yes your correct and also look at the photo how beautiful is that... I love that
I am starting a hub with uncommon photographs of Jaipur.
I lived in Pink city for four years.Its great place to live and I still miss that city.
i am proud to be a Rajasthani & studying in Jaipur only.
Rajasthan means : rajao ka sthan [ in English : place of kings ].
If I ever visit India... I wanna visit Tajmahal, Agra... how far is Jaipur from Agra?
150 Miles or 240 Kilometers.
Welcome to Jaipur and you can feel free to meet me at my Gems and Jewelry office.
jontutor you can come anytime.there are very good palces in India to visit and I would love to show you around.
There are beautiful palaces all over India and Jaipur has much to show.
Jaipur is developing as Edu city and Medi city. There are large number of educational institutes and Health care centers in Jaipur. This is an added attraction.
Yes, it is developing as Edu city and Health city in a fast pace.
Jaipur is a business hub too, mainly for Gemstones, carpets, blue pottery etc.
I plan on spending six weeks in India in late Sept and Oct. Jaipur sounds beautiful...any other suggestions for where to go?
Jaipur is an amazingly beautiful and interesting city.
But, for young, white, women tourists, the hassle factor there is HUGE. It's a far less relaxing place than, say, Jodphur or Udaipur, also in Rajasthan. You can't move a step in Jaipur without getting harrassed.
Jaipur is capital of Rajasthan, hence little conjusted. However, people of Jaipur are very good and co operative and they will not harass you.
There are many, Hawamahal, Amber fort, jaigadh fort, Nahargarh Fort, City palace, Galta, Sisodia rani ka Bag, Ramniwas garden, Albert hall and many many others.
You may refer to some hubs.
You can't go to Jaipur without seeing the Hawa Mahal, but the monkey palace located on the outskirts of the city is also well worth visiting. It can be quite a trek to get to the top, but it's easily worth the climb. There are literally hundreds of monkeys in the temples and you can even travel back down by elephant.
Yes, Jaipur is really a great place. As a traveller, I have been to that place and enjoyed various places including Hawa Mahal and the Palace.
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