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Mehndipur Balaji
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Jaipur-Agra Highway.
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Bhangarh Fort #havankrege
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Birla Mandir
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Jaipur, One of the most culturally profound cities in India is a prime tourist destination. Flecked with “must see places”, it can be very ambitious seeing it all in one go, especially if one is short on time.

Below, I have listed few attractions at Jaipur which do hold most of the visiting population.

Jaipur Donkey Festival: This unique festival is known for its eccentricity, where the donkeys come together with their care takers and the best looking / smartest one wins the competition! Donkey race is also organized, which is an interesting sight to watch. This 500 years old festival takes place in the month of October, and is known as “Gadarbh Mela”.

JAIPUR MONUMENTS

- Amber Fort

- City Palace

- Hawa Mahal

- Jaigarh Fort

-Jantar Mantar

-Nargarh Fort

- Gaitore

- Statue Circle

JAIPUR EXCURSIONS

- Abhaneri

- Bagru

- Bairath

- Karauli

- Ranthambor National Park

- Sanganer

- Samode

- Sambhar

- Sariska National Park

- Tonk

FAIRS & FESTIVALS

- Gangaur Festival

- Teej Festival

-Jaipur Literature Festival

- Kite Festival

- Elephant Festival

TEMPLES AT JAIPUR

- Galtaji

- Birla Temple

- Govind Devji

- Moti Dungri


- Pushkar: Hilly area around Jaipur. Way to Pushkar is via Ajmer city. The famous Darga is worth a visit as it is known nation wide for full fill in the wish.

Pushkar is well known as "The Stoners" city located 30 km up on hill. Place is famous for its cafe and meditation huts, people from around the world visit here for its spiritual beliefs and well known on Stoners cook book. The Only bhramaji's(worshiped as creator of this world) temple is located here. Alcohol is banned but people looking for things can find there way.

- Narhgarh: A fort on top of hill, o can feel the road up hill nowhere in Jaipur. Place went viral after "Rang De Basanti" featuring the famous Bollywood celebrity Aamir khan. Place throws an exceptional view of Jaipur. It has lot to explore but be aware of wild animals in forest around.

- Bhangarh: Place is away from Jaipur a cold dead Fort, way to Bhangarh makes you feel like traveling in a lonely planet. Place attract tourist as it has haunted history and well known haunted place on social media but place is quiet boring during day time. College students for thrill, visit at night which makes one really shiver of cold and fear. If you wanna feel the thrill, ill suggest you to go at night.

Fort is quiet exciting, you can wander anywhere you want, the more you look will make you find more, be aware of bats when you are heading towards dark tunnels or rooms. You will find hundreds of tourists around, it will be best for you if you hire guide in case you are interested in history.

- Kaali Mat Temple: One of the beautiful and quiet place at Jaipur located in city at Malviya Nagar. Place has a Kaali Mata temple after you cross way going from forest. You can climb up on mountain for city view if you can dare for it because it is illegal.

- Galta Ji: One from many Places for religious people, you have to climb up the hill for temple visit.

- Birla Mandir: Temple is famous tourist spot built up from imported white marble. Designed beautifully, at side of JLN marg, the stairs at the last as you can see moving vehicles and city lights which may take you to another time of your life.

Cool right?

These places are popularly known and visited by tourist and locals, but sometimes I feel, is that it?

Well NO! Travelers have always found the hidden , so did I!

Jaipur is way good to travel and even settling down to an extent, even more than people think it is. For obvious reasons.

- Rusirani Village: I read about this wonderful village on a travel blog, and upon visiting, I was amazed by the villager’s solemness and open mindedness. This small village is situated somewhere between Jaipur and Agra , giving a feel of real traditional Rajasthani culture. Being a traveler, I felt totally safe and welcomed here. The village is surrounded by green patches and hills on all sides.

- Hathini Kund: A pond somewhere between Nargarh hills, one can reach here by passing through forest which starts besides Charan Madir ( A temple on way to Nargarh ).

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- Gaitore cremation site - This cloistered place lies 15km from Jaipur city, where all the royal Kings (or “Maharajas”) are cremated. This secluded fort is encompassed with hills on all the sides and is indeed a very peaceful place There are many royal cenotaphs, chiseled artistically in traditional Rajasthani style, for each Maharaja of Jaipur.

- Chandlai Lake: A lake quiet dirty on way from Jaipur to Delhi. Place is quiet and at best when dusk start falling till dawn. College students often come here to roll up and have a quality time. Few places are enjoyed at peace. There's a temple nearby, you can visit if you are religious. Can't be a bad place for day out, The road itself gives you a trippy time.

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From one of my favorite movie I have always believed that few moments are beautiful to feel rather than picturing.

- An Air base station beyond Jal Mahal, where you can find mesmerizing waterfall.

- Neota Dam, here you can enjoy your fish with beer, might be on a peir.

- The Monkey Temple (Galwar Bagh): On arrival, there are like thousands of monkeys waiting for your arrival at the Galwar Bagh. It’s indeed a photographer’s dream destination . The monkeys ain’t even a bit shy and can easily snatch food stuff from the hands. This could have been an attractive destination, but for the dirt and neglect, few sights are a bit obnoxious.

- The Great Wall of Jaipur: This beautiful stretch of wall can’t go unheralded from the famous trio forts (amer-jaigarh-nahargarh). The stretch of this wall is approximately 5-6 km and was built in the 18th century. The wall resemble the Great Wall of China in the way that they traipse up and down the hills and valleys.

- Jaipur Literature Festival: If you are plan to visit Jaipur for few days, check out for Jaipur literature festival ( largest literary festival in world ), a three day festival which gather authors from around the world. If you have time and interest you can Volunteer for a great experience. #ashotwithCHETANBHAGAT #backstage #volunteer

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#myteam

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#JLFnight

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- Mehendipur Balaji: The famous haunted temple at Dausa is well known for presence of spiritual powers. It is said that when people are under influence of evil powers they visit here for peace and cure. They also mentioned that you need not to look back while leaving the temple, if you hear your name or you feel that somebody is calling you, it makes the evil spirit enter in your body.

From a native point of view, Jaipur Club life is quit cool, but city miserably fails at night life, the only spot where one can go out for food is Sindhi Camp ( Do watch out for Police, they wont let you ride easy there ;) )


- Shahpura: The place is 80 km away from Jaipur on Jaipur-delhi highway, popularly knows as biker's point.

Overall, Jaipur was a great experience while People are mean and business minded, so better maintaining a distance.

Few good Places to have quality time are :-

- Talk of the town

- Old take away

- chokhi Dhani

- Paan wala near Panchvati circle in Raja park

- Lassi wala on MI road

- Saras parlour

- Mohammadi chicken

- Amritsari Kulche in RAJA PAR- Hanuman Dhaba RAJA PARK

- Paan wala AJMERI GATE

- Colour Bar

- B2B


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