Monuments/ Statues in Jaipur

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Monuments & Statues in Jaipur

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  • Film G
    New England859 contributions
    When visiting the Palace you’ll see this. Lovely to see. Walk in and stroll around. A visit is 5 minutes, unless you’re an architecture fan.
    Written 11 April 2022
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  • jazsacher
    Bangkok, Thailand1,407 contributions
    We loved our visit to Swagasuli Tower in Jaipur. We had a universal entry ticket which applied to about 10 different sites across and outside of Jaipur and this tower was one of the sites included. We began to climb the circular ramp up the tower and were mesmerized about how long and claustrophobic the climb was. I am still scratching my head as to how a structure like this was ever built... it was simply impressive beyond words. Once we arrived at the tower top I was slightly disappointed with the view which I thought would be more impressive. I really thought the sites from the top would be more impressive but it seemed a bit bland to me. Nonetheless, I would enthusiastically endorse a visit and climb up this tower. We were lucky that there were minimal crowds with us during the visit which would have been difficult given the small space at the top.
    Written 6 November 2019
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  • Jayan
    Kottayam, India78 contributions
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    The forty five degree weather could mot prevent me from an ever memorable vist to National war memorial (Amar jawan jyothy).

    India gate complex mainly consists of India gate, National war memorial (Amar Jawan Jyothy) and Param Yodha Sthal. Param Yodha sthal is under renovation and we cannot enter there now. I think there is no need to explain the importance and history of these monuments here.

    No entry fee is there to visit this complex. But, you are under surveillance of our Jawans. Evening is the best time to visit the place. It is a large hexagonal park. Facilities available to pay our tributes digitally to Vir Jawans. A Souvenir shop available near north gate ( on our way to exit) There you can purchase some valuable items related to our armed force. Neat toilet complex and Drinking water is available near to it. But, it is better to keep drinking water with you as covering the entire area will take some hours and general hot climate will make you tired.

    Near the entry gate you can have some chtas, cut fruits, cut vegetables etc. Restaurants etc are not available near by.

    You cab reach here from New delhi railway station by by metro by taking a single ticket p to Khan market. But you have to change from the yellow line metro to Violet line at central secretariat station. Khan market station is about 1.5 km away from India gate. Bus No. 894C also will lead you to India gate entry with cheap rate At exit gate lot of auto rickshaws are waiting for you. But I think there is no regulation on the retes.

    Written 21 May 2022
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  • Gaurav
    Gwalior, India17 contributions
    Nice place for a picnic. Statue of jai Singh is there in between the round about who constructed this beautiful city. There are food stalls near to it.
    Written 8 September 2020
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  • UMESHGOYAL
    Jaipur, India47 contributions
    I visited the gallary on saturday. It is a newly developed visit place and people also donot know about it. In this Gallery , the various ancient sculptures recovered from many location of Rajastha i.e. Bharatpur , Jhalawar , Kota and Jaipur etc.
    This collection includes Jain Tirthankars,Hindu god , goddess and dieties. As this art gallery is newly constructed , it gives feelings of cleaniness and calm just as Buddha Caves. The old Water Pond called "Chhoti Chauper Kund" also rebuilted .
    Its visited charges are very nominal Rs. 10 For Indian ,Rs. % for Indian student and Rs. 50 for foerigners.
    Written 7 February 2021
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