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Certainly, Jaipur deserves to be the capital of Rajasthan even if considered in context to tourism. Be it the scenic beauty, sightseeing or and rich culture, it has it all that adds more to its worth. However, that’s not all; the city has a lot more interesting things to savor everyone’s taste buds. It has some awesome places which can’t be missed at any cost if you are visiting the place for the first time. But, to know them to stop searching out on guiding portals and continue reading this article and find out Top Tourist Places in Jaipur.
Located in Abhaneri, near Jaipur this place is among one of the largest and deepest step wells across the region. The well has around 13stories deep floors to collect the water which is nearly a depth of 100 feet. It has around 3500 steps to march down in this depth. Encompassing all these interesting details, this place offers a spectacular view and probably one of the best.
Gaitore Ki Chhatriyan
Gaitore is the cluster of royal tombs. Located a bit outside of the Jaipur, this place is the cremation ground of the city’s royal clan. Outbound from tourists and fast city’s life this place offers serenity with a sort of quietness. The place has dome-shaped architectures which have been built in impressive white marble. Among the most beautiful Indian cremation sites, here one can explore intricate carvings depicting the history.
This place is popularly known as ‘abode of tigers’ also has a unique architectural design. It has 7 interconnected same chambers and some interesting artistic sculptures. The fort also has an interesting past. It is said that during its construction time the land was haunted. With so much more chilling stories from history, one can even enjoy delicious hot food at the fort. Including that, the fort has a few ponds traditionally called ‘Bawris’ that offers a great view and you get to explore water harvesting techniques at this high height.
The Amber or Amer fort is one of the popular tourist attractions of Jaipur city. The fort has many of its divisions and separate complexes starting from adjoining the courtyard Diwan-e-aam (hall of public audience). Moving further it has, Sheesh Mahal and then Ganesh pol which leads to private chambers of the royal people. This palace is a sight to behold for the visitors for its astounding architecture and beauty. Additionally one can have fun by taking an Elephant Ride in Jaipur to reach the Jaleb Chowk, the entrance of the fort.
The palace of winds has one of its kind majestic monuments in the world. It has 953 windows with a delicate framework on them. This palace was designed for the royal court ladies to watch the streets without being observed. More than the front view; the palace’s intricate architectural design can only be understood by exploring it inside out. It is an enormous screened porch which was also built in a way to get the flow of fresh air during the time of summer season.