DATE - 4th - 6th AUGUST 2023
About Jaipur

Jaipur, popular as the “Pink City” is one of the historic and colorful cities of India. Serving as the Capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is home to architectural marvels like City Palace, Hawamahal, and Amber Fort and people from all over visit the city to witness these beauties. Jaipur is well connected almost every part of India through the means of air, railways and road.

Weather: Weather is very pleasant in August with temperature ranging from 30C to 24C.

Amer Fort


wonder shining on the hills of the Aravalli, Amber Fort is located at a distance of 11 km from Jaipur. The fort has earned a place in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India.

Jaigarh Fort


The Jaigarh Fort is a majestic stronghold built by Sawan Jai Singh II. This almost-intact fort is surrounded by huge battlements and is connected to the Amer Fort (also called 'Amber' Fort), with subterranean passages.

Nahargarh Fort


The fort was formerly built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734, seven years after he built the city of Jaipur. The fort was primarily built as a summer retreat for the royal king. Nahargarh Biological Park or Nahargarh Zoological Park is one of the most recent count to Rajasthan's adventure tourism

City Palace


City Palace has stood at the heart of the Old City of Jaipur for nearly three centuries, shortly after Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II decided to relocate his court from the city of Amber.

Jantar Mantar


At first glance, Jantar Mantar may look to be nothing more than a bunch of larger-than-life abstract sculptures. But this is not an art gallery—it's a special collection of astronomical tools started by Rajput ruler Jai Singh II to measure the heavens nearly 300 years ago.

Albert Hall Museum


The oldest museum in Rajasthan, the Albert Hall Museum boasts an extensive collection of art and historically significant artifacts. Come for the Egyptian mummy, stay to see antique coins from different periods in India's history, charming permanent exhibits of miniature paintings, 18th-century costumes worn by members of different castes, and a peculiar collection of 19th-century clay figures demonstrating all the yoga poses.

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