The land of maharajas with multiple maharanis is surely a good time!
When you step into Jaipur during the winter season, you’ll be welcomed with brazen cold winds putting your entire body into a chill zone but at the same time, the sharp sun rays will try and burn your skin as well. In the night, your wanderlust with the moon will begin, the big, bold, and beautiful piece of the celestial body which covers a significant part of the Jaipur night sky.
Jaipur in Rajasthan has a very strong welcoming culture wherein people will be eager to address your needs and make you feel comfortable. Choose the people you want to be comfortable with wisely or else you’ll simply be a victim to quid pro quo (not in a good way). For example - A chatty taxi driver guiding you throughout the place will simply expect you to tip him well, which isn’t the problem but if you don’t tip him or less, he might get aggressive with you on the pretext of his guidance towards you.
The beautiful language of Marwadi is the local language and you’ll see almost everyone conversing in the same. Hindi-speaking folks can grasp a few words and manage to understand the language otherwise it will be an alien language to all. Nonetheless, plenty of taxi drivers learn the English language to impress and connect with the incoming foreign tourists who form a significant part of the tourism industry in Jaipur.
Jaipur has been adorned with three forts during its historical period –
b) Jaigarh and
c) Amer fort