The next I moved was Nahargarh Fort which is set on the edge of the Aravali hills. Established as the summer palace for the royal family, the main palace within the fort is recognized as Madhavendra Bhawan. Additionally, there are nine other double storied living spaces within the fort. Clearly depicting the Indo-European architectural style, royal frescos, and marble carvings can still be seen on the interior walls. Connected to Jaigarh Fort, the landscapes of Jaipur city are stunning from the heights of Nahargarh Fort.
It feels that you have not traveled much yet by reading this, but literally walking throughout the forts and palaces was as same as walking some km continuously but with an amazing view.
And I was too hungry at this moment, so I found out a nearby restaurant to eat- Nahargarh Palace restaurant.
Wanted to try something of Jaipur itself so I ordered Daal Baati A popular dish of Rajasthan, it was served with hard wheat rolls and ghee. Soon as I checked more restaurants I realized that most local eateries in Jaipur have it on their menu.