Day 3 was to start with a good brunch at Rambagh palace and We did visit Rambagh Palace again in the morning, but ended up having lunch somewhere else.We did manage to get a very good lunch , and elaborate Rajasthani Thali , and some good time spent at Jawahar circle park.We were told by the rickshaw driver that it opens at 4 pm so we skipped visiting and headed to Jawahar Circle straight.It is good monument specially for Photography and inside is a park where you can see localites and tourists altogether.After this we kind of took a break and went back to the hostel to take a break, in the evening I went shopping in and around the colonies of Jaipur where people have their own boutiques inside houses. If you have a good eye you can actually bag something good for yourself.At night we went to watch the panorama projection show in the water at Jawahar circle but unfortunately could not as the area of city was having a power cut. If you are lucky try to catch it.Albert Museum lights are worth a view from the outside although we didn't have the time to go in.
JAWAHAR CIRCLE :People of Rajasthan claim Jawahar circle as the biggest circle of Asia. It is situated along Malviya Nagar near Sanganer Airport on Jawaharlal Nehru Marg. You can found musical fountain, modern play equipments, jogging tracks, walkways, parking, landscaping, benches.One can enjoy musical fountain show everyday 7 PM which is for 30 mins.As there is problem of water in Rajasthan so government is using recycled water for fountain.Entry Fees : 10 INR for Indian and 20 INR for foreignerBest time to visit : Evening as place is too hotImportant : Keep cap and water bottle with you and stay hydratedVisiting Time : 6:00 AM - 9:00 PMAddress : Jawahar Circle, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302017Visit Duration : 1 hourMusical Fountain Show : 7 PM which is for 30 mins