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9 thoughts on “Jaipur: Behind the Pink Gates”

  1. This post reminds me of my early days of blogging when I first learned about Jaipur and its beautiful buildings, with Hawa Mahal as the most iconic of them all. Many years have passed and my only visit to India to date was only to the south, a land with distinctive architectural styles. Your post is a fresh reminder why one day I should pay this Rajasthani city a visit.

    1. Highly recommend 🙂 I am sure you will be impressed by the scale and beauty of Jaipur’s palaces and forts (will come in the next post).

      1. Thanks for sharing this, Len. Well, I’m happy to know my blog helped you plan a trip to Jaipur. Hope your experience was great. Any suggestions for the blog so it can be helpful for travelers?

      2. Not that I can think of 🙂 You have already written a comprehensive guide to Jaipur. Maybe a shopping guide for handicrafts? Jaipur have many nice shops, but they are located outside the historic core. The quality and the price are also better than those within the walls.

      3. Yes, you are right. The ones outside the walled city area offers a good variety and across all price range. There are some good places but generally these are B2B kind of places. Thanks for sharing a tip. Appreciate it, Len.

  2. Gorgeous pictures of the amazing architecture in Jaipur. We walked past Albert Hall everyday, but didn’t get inside for some reason. Nice to see it’s as nice inside as out. Maggie

    1. Thanks, Maggie 🙂 I didn’t intend to visit the museum in the first place. But I bought the composite so I decided to have a look inside. They have some nice items collected from around Rajasthan, and even from the treasury of the royal family.

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