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JAIPURRAJASTHANSHOPPINGFAIR & FESTIVALUSEFUL INFODIL COOL WORLD
Climate
Access
Forts & Monuments
City Palace
Jantar Mantar
Albert Hall
Statue Circle
Moti Dungri
Hawa Mahal
Gaitore
Kanak Vrindavan
Jaigarh Fort
Nahargarh Fort
Amber
Museums
Albert Hall
City Palace Museum
Parks
Kanak Vrindavan
Sisodia Rani ka Bagh
Vidyadhar Gardens
Lakes
Galtaji
Temples
Govind Dev Ji
Birla Temple
Moti Dungri Temple
Fair & Festival
Elephant Festival
Gangaur Festival
Jaipur Festival
Teej Festival
Kite Festival
Near Jaipur
Tonk
Sanganer
Bagru
Samod
Sariska Tiger Reserve
Ranthambhor National Park
Abhaneri
Kaurali

FORT & MONUMENTS

Statue Circle

Statue Circle Jaipur..favorite lounge of Jaipur and a place for evening out, with 'Meals on Wheels' standing byThis is a traffic round about In Jaipur. The Statue Circle is not only the most famed circle but the most swarmly situated too. Almost half the Jaipur passes by it. It is the favorite lounge of Jaipur and a place for evening out, with 'Meals on Wheels' standing by. Strangely it acquires its name of statue circle after its figurine rather than the grand Sawai Jai Singh the founder of modern day Jaipur. His statue stands in full imperial symbols of staff and Jai Singh is made out to be holding out astrological diagrams to exemplify his proclivity for astrology. The memorial is be fitting to the great sovereign, builder and futurist. The lighting and the colorful fountains cheer up the roundabout and its surrounds.
 

Moti Dungri (Ganesh Temple)

In the middle of Jaipur rises a small hill Moti Dungri meaning pearl hill, because it looks hill Moti Dungri Ganesh Temple Jaipura drop of pearl. An exotic palace is parched which is a replica of Scottish castle once occupied by Maharaja Madho Singh's son. From There on remained as a private property of the ruling family. In the recent past it served as a home for Rajmata Gaytri Devi and her estranged son Jagat Singh. The mere view of this castle is exotic enough. The highlight of this place is the famous and auspicious temple of Lord Ganesh, which is frequently visited by almost whole of Jaipur and people from outside.
 

Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal JaipurPoet king Sawai Pratap Singh built this palace of winds. This is the most easily recalled landmarks of Jaipur and is also its icon. Located in the city Palace it is best viewed from the outside for the palace is really a facade. This five-storey building overlooking the busy bazaar street is a stunning example of Rajput architecture and artistry with its pink delicately honeycombed 953 sandstone windows known as 'Jharokhas'. It was originally built for the ladies of the royal household to watch everyday life and processions in the city from their veiled comfort.
 
Most people come here to get a view of the facade but they can also climb to the top for a wonderful view from the latticed windows. There is also a small archaeological museum there. Entry to foreigners/citizen is Rs 30/10.

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