Traveling is not only fun, but also gaining knowledge about a place, weather, traditions, culture, people and their daily routines. Because all these constraints vary from one place to another place, hence, travelers find true interest in finding and imbibing various cultures through visiting different places around the globe. Out of too many cultures in the world, the Royal Rajasthani culture gained special attention in the eyes of world travelers. Many people from the nooks and corners of the world, come and visit the Palaces and regal lifestyle of Maharajahs in Jaipur. And, the City Palace of Jaipur is such a destination for a person to know the whole about the stories behind the people who ruled India, especially Rajputs and Mughals.
Generally, travelers explore the places in a very detailed way. And the travel bloggers don't like to leave a single inch of any place they visit, because they love to capture the moments and write about them to share with the world, like how I do through my travel blogs and in this article, I'm gonna describe you how I visited the City Palace of Jaipur in a detailed pictorial manner.
So, after taking the tickets from the counter to enter the Palace, I stepped in with my tour guide. And we were welcomed so courteously by a few photographers of the City Palace, who click the pictures of the visitors with various pagidis which specify their culture. And if you like to get a hard copy, you can collect them after your visit by paying a certain amount of 350 to 1500 rupees of various sizes. Yes, everything is payable inside out of the City Palace.
Normally, after seeing the vast premises of this Palace, any visitor gets confused about what to click, whom to click and where to click. Hence, we end up clicking every single detail, which is good, but most of the time, in the process, we forget to get ourselves pictured at the most important spots of the place. But, during my visit to this Palace, I have almost covered all the spots.