6 Amazing Places, Every Photographer Must Visit In Jaipur

16 04 2018

Jaipur is undoubtedly every shopaholic and foodie’s paradise but there is no denying fact that our flamboyant Pink City is every photographer’s dream come true too.

Whether you are a passionate DSLR photographer or enjoy clicking through your Smartphone, in either of the cases we know that capturing the Pink City through your lens will make you fall in love with the city even more.

  1. Hawa Mahal

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The most famous pink sandstone architectural marvel – Hawa Mahal with its five storeys and 953 windows is every photographer’s delight. Not just the exterior but also the inner technicolored mirrors of Hawa Mahal will automatically unleash the shutterbug in you!

  1. Jal Mahal

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To sit by Jal Mahal is every Jaipurite and tourists’ favorite spot. Watching the magical lake and mesmerizing architecture of the palace with your loved one surely offers an unforgettable affair. Sunrise and Sunset are the best times to get some terrific shots at this place with a perfect blend of nature and architecture.

  1. Albert Hall Museum

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Residing in the Ramniwas Garden, Albert Hall is the oldest museum in Rajasthan. A classy example of Indo-Saracenic architecture, the early morning visit to Albert Hall offers the most picturesque view with the pigeons sitting on its Chattris or flying all around under the azure blue sky.

      4. Panna Meena Ki Baori (Stepwell)

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Panna Meena ka Kund or stepwell near Amer fort is one of the treasured places for the photographer in you. Although all the stepwells have their own magical charm, this one is comparatively less populated and shines out its real vibrancy during the rainy season.

  1. Nahargarh

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Lying on the edge of Aravalli hills, Nahargarh fort has been a romantic spot in many Bollywood blockbusters. Just go up there, and you will instantly get the perfect panoramic shots of the lovely Pink City.

  1. Devraj Niwas

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If you find the Jaipur Summers a bit too harsh, you can also indulge in some indoor photography at the serene ambience of the colonial-styled- Devraj Niwas. Soaked in the glory of nature, the hotel not just ensures a quintessential residing experience but also a paradise for the photography enthusiasts. The sun-kissed yellow exterior walls of the resort make up for an edgy canvas to click some mind-blowing selfies. Also, the lush green walkway full of tropical plants not just renders a soothing feel to the guests but also gives them an opportunity to capture the flora and fauna of this 60 years old property!

Experience the unparalleled blend of nature with contemporary design and book your stay-cation now.

Devraj Niwas

Near Moti Mahal Cinema, Khasa Kothi Crossing, Jaipur – 302016

info@devrajniwas.com

Telefax: (+91) 2200550, 2200660 ,9001277333

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5 Must- Visit Places in Jaipur for History Buffs

30 03 2015

Famous for traditional old monuments, Jaipur is one of the most magnetic and must-visit cities of India. Forts, palaces, local markets, zoos, temples, etc, – with so many places to visit, times always falls short to take a complete tour of the city. Even if your trip to Jaipur is short, you must visit the following places to catch a glimpse of impressive history of Jaipur.

Hawa Mahal (Palace Of Wheel)
No tour to Jaipur is complete without seeing Hawa Mahal. Constructed in 1799, Hawa Mahal is a landmark of Jaipur. Experience the pink city through the jharokas which overlooks the main street of Jaipur’s lively Old City, was built so that the women of the royal household could watch the streets below without being observed.

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Visiting Hours: 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. daily

Nahargarh Fort (Tiger Fort)
Forming a remarkable backdrop of Jaipur is the Nahargarh fort. For exotic tales and brilliant sight of the Man Sagar lake and the vast sprawling city of Jaipur, a visit to the beautiful Nahargarh is must. The fort was built 1734 by Jai Singh for the protection of Amer in 1734 and extended in 1868.The fort is located on the Aravali Hills. 

nahargarh Fort
Visiting Hours: Sunrise to sunset, daily. Palace opens from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. daily

Jaigarh Fort
Built in 1726, the massive Jaigarh Fort contains the world’s largest cannon on wheels, and holds great appeal for military lovers. It’s amongst the most well preserved monuments of medieval India. The cannon has never been fired though, and neither has the fort been captured.

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Visiting Hours: 9 am to 5 p.m. daily

Amber Fort and Palace
Amer Fort is another breathtakingly beautiful tourist attraction of Jaipur. It was the original home of Rajput royalty until Jaipur city was constructed, and contains a number of breathtaking palaces, halls, gardens, and temples. The fort entrance is reached by walking up the hill, going in a jeep, or taking a lurching elephant ride. The evening sound & light show, which brings alive the Fort’s history, is impressive and must-see.

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Visiting hours: 8:00 am – 5:30 pm daily (Image via Google)

Albert Hall Museum
This old and famous museum was modeled on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The large concert hall was constructed in 1876 for one sole purpose, to ensure Prince Albert of England would visit Jaipur during his tour of the country. This extravagant gesture by the Maharaja guaranteed the prince’s visit and today the Albert Hall Jaipur has been converted into Albert Hall Museum (Central Museum) that displays relics from Jaipur’s history.

Albert Hall
Visiting Hours: 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. daily

If you haven’t got a chance to know history of monuments of Pink City yet, plan a trip to Jaipur right away. To add comfort and luxury to your trip, the Devraj Niwas, Jaipur offers you a boutique accommodation in the heart of pink city. Set amidst lush greenery, the property is situated at just 1.5 km from Jaipur Junction and 5 minutes drive from Sindhi Camp Bus Station.








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