Jaipur is the gateway to the desert state of Rajasthan.
City Palace represents Jaipur’s history and rich culture.
It dominates the heart of the Pink City, with courtyards, pavilions, and buildings spreading over many hectares.
Architecturally, this palatial complex blends Mughal features with traditional Rajput architecture.
Jantar Mantar is an observatory that includes some 20 astronomical instruments.
The site expresses the skills and knowledge regarding the cosmos of an 18th-century court led by a scholarly ruler.
Hawa Mahal is one of the most famous architectures in Jaipur.
This red sandstone building is best known for its honeycomb-like exterior which consists of 953 small windows ornated with fine lattice works.
Established in 1887, Albert Hall Museum is the oldest art museum in Rajasthan.
Many kinds of artifacts are exhibited here, ranging from Persian carpets, paintings, jewelry, and ivory sculptures to refined works in crystal.
Here, Mughal features are combined with a Neo-Gothic layout.