Architectural Buildings in Jaipur

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Architectural Buildings in Jaipur

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  • Chris T
    Seattle, WA13 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Never knew this place existed until a guided Golden Triangle tour. I found it a hidden gem, at least for American travelers!
    Written 5 April 2024
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  • Janka K
    Brno, Czech Republic6,372 contributions
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    Visiting just the facade of this building, this place is iconic enough for you to make some nice photos from Jaipur.
    The street in front of the building is super crowded, though, so expect a lot of heads around you on and at your pictures. If you want a clean shot, it might take some patience and waiting time to get to the right moment and then you need to promptly use it.
    For the front facade of the building, no ticket is needed.
    Written 17 February 2024
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  • Gareth K
    Glasgow, UK5 contributions
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    Great piece of architecture in the Amber Fort.
    Pretty unique, although the Agra Fort has the "jewellery box" which is a precursor to this.
    Recommend visiting early to see the elephants drop off tourists and beat the rush. (We never went up that way) They stop early to save them from the heat.
    Written 23 January 2024
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  • neeratraveler
    San Francisco, CA217 contributions
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    Birla Mandir Temple is famous and popular. It is made of white marble and dedicated to God Vishnu. It was nice to see the spacious temple and walk around it.
    Written 18 March 2024
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  • ldgp14
    Walsall, UK2,873 contributions
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    The Jal Mahal is in the process of being renovated so it should open to the public one day. So for the time being it is just a photo op from the side of the lake, still vety beautiful though and I'm sure when it gets renovated it will be stunning.
    Written 14 February 2024
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  • Molly M
    London, UK56 contributions
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    Well worth the trip. It is out of the centre of town a bit but it is beautiful. I would recommend going at sunset to see it in daylight and all lit up.
    Written 5 April 2024
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  • Devendra G
    India957 contributions
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    We visited the hanuman ji temple in the afternoon. There was not much rush, and we had a very good darshan. The energy level of the temple is such, that we stayed in the temple for 45 minutes. Felt very peaceful and would like to go back when I visit Jaipur. Jai bajrang bali.
    Written 24 September 2021
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  • Sukanya D
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India1,066 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was my third visit and it was still wonderful...except for this new trend. Wedding/pre-wedding shoots and Reels.
    These people were EVERYWHERE dressed in the most garish costumes and ENTIRELY HOGGING the spaces even remotely giving a proper view. A place like Amer Fort is bound to be crowded. This is not what I am irritated or angry about. It is the hogging of photogenic angles and keeping others away.
    As tourists we are constrained for time. Locals celebrating have ample opportunity to spend time. They are so reluctant to allow others even the chance for a decent shot.
    I feel the time for such 'shoots' must be restricted by the Fort management...this situation is simply waiting to escalate into ugly fracas in the near future.
    The Fort itself is reasonably well-maintained but as a third time visitor over four decades, I can see where my first memories clash with the latest ones.
    However, you cannot go to Jaipur and not visit Amer Fort with its Ganesh Pol (Gate).
    Written 3 March 2024
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  • marc r
    Pune, India56 contributions
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    The structure is inside the City palace Jaipur , the inside of this is now a musuem and photography is not allowed inside but you can take photos from outside.
    Written 8 November 2023
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  • Nandini
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India245 contributions
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    Tucked away, we decided to go here . The staff at the counter were very cordial and we were informed that till 31st October, it is on a 505 discount of entry tickets. On entering the garden, we thoroughly enjoed ourselves but it hardly takes much time to see the multi layered garden. What we found more interesting is on coming out of the garden, on the walls opposite to it, the paintings are still visible and given the fact, that there were on time tested palace walls, it mage it more special.
    Written 25 October 2020
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  • podrozniczka60
    New Jersey14,845 contributions
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    This impressive Hall is a part of the Amber Fort. It offers the open view in three directions and emanates a powerful feeling. It served as an audience hall for the public.
    Written 25 February 2023
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  • Jayan
    Kottayam, India88 contributions
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    JAI HIND
    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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  • Prathamesh Sawant
    Mumbai, India491 contributions
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    Its a big complex with the temple, administrative quarters etc within the premises. I understand that its a quite a self sustained complex with them growing their own food and dairy.
    Written 8 April 2019
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  • kukariamba
    Danderyd, Sweden1,647 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of 7 gates in Jaipur. Many shops and a local market nearby. A good place to admire a local life.
    Written 21 February 2020
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  • One_of_the_BOFs
    Cheltenham, UK7,262 contributions
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    Ridhi Sidhi Pol leads to an inner courtyard within the City Palace where you will find four beautiful doors/gates.
    These are the Peacock Gate (autumn), the Rose Gate (winter), the Green Gate (spring) and the Lotus Gate (summer).
    Written 21 February 2019
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