Jewel-toned turbans are everywhere in Rajasthan's capital. Day 1JaipurHotelsMapMom and her baby before the palace where ladies of the royal household watched the world go by.JaipurHotelsMapJaipur's most distinctive landmark, the pink-sandstone Hawa Mahal, built in 1799.JaipurHotelsMapThe streets of Jaipur are a chaotic mix of old and new. Amber FortHotelsMapA musician serenades in the Amber Fort.JaipurHotelsMapKids at play in a courtyard. Amber FortHotelsMapWatch out for scavenging monkeys. JaipurHotelsMapThe push and pull of a human-powered rickshaw.Hawa Mahal HandicraftsHotelsMapThe streets buzz with motorcycles, rickshaws, buses, cars, cows and pedestrians. JaipurHotelsMapA woman buys spices in the market. Amber FortHotelsMapRooftop monkeys at the Amber Fort. Amber FortHotelsMapThe honey-toned fort-palace of Amber rises from a mountainside 11km NE of Jaipur.Amber FortHotelsMapLocals at the Amber Fort. JaipurHotelsMapTraditional dress is the norm. Amber FortHotelsMapConstruction of the Amber Fort began in 1592, with war booty used for materials. JaipurHotelsMapNo license required?Jal MahalHotelsMapThe Jal Mahal was constructed so ladies the royal court could escape Jaipur's summer heat.Amber FortHotelsMapThe Amber Fort cascades down a hillside in the former capital of Jaipur state. Amber FortHotelsMapOne of four courtyards in the Amber Fort near Jaipur. Amber FortHotelsMapThe Jal Mandir (Hall of Victory) is known for its delicate marble relief panels.Jal MahalHotelsMapNightfall at the Jal Mahal.JaipurHotelsMapNamaste, Jaipur!