Jaipur Sightseeing


Jaipur sightseeing is a very happening thing thats includes journey through the historic forts, temples, gardens and the palaces of the city.

Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan and is known to be the 'Pink City' of India. Jaipur sightseeing takes you to tour over the history dating back to hundreds of years.

This page gives you a list of major tourist places for Jaipur sightseeing.

Jaipur sightseeing



Jantar Mantar

- This wonderful astronomical observatory is famous throughout the world. It bears the hallmark of exceptional astronomical development of the medieval period.

Hawa Mahal

- This was constructed for ventilation for the women who used to watch the royal march through the screens of this building. This was built by poet king Sawai Pratap Singh.

Albert Hall

- This beautiful hall has now become a heritage museum of the place depicting the history of Jaipur's archeology and handicrafts.

Jal Mahal

- This palace is situated in the center of Man Sagar lake and has got a major tourist attraction.

Amber Fort

- This fort consists of amazing set of palaces, temples, gardens and halls. The Shila Mata temple has a great religious importance. Other attractions include Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan e-Khas, Sukh Niwas, Jas Temple and Sheesh Mahal.

BM Birla Planetarium

- This is an amazing scientific museum that is known throughout India and is fully equipped with modern audio-visual equipments.

Galtaji

- This place is surrounded with natural springs. This is an ancient pilgrimage center having the famous Galtaji Temple dedicated to Sun-God.

Laxmi Narayan Temple

- This temple bears the mastery of marble-cut stone work.

Govind Devji Temple

- This temple of Lord Krishna draws devotees from across the country.

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

- This place is encircled by gardens with water fountains all around which looks amazing.

Jaigarh Fort

- This fort is the abode to palaces, gardens, granary and a number of temples and has got watch towers and huge walls.

Gaitore

- This was the rest house for the kings and consists of umbrella shaped structures.

Moti Doongri

- It is built in the model of a Scottish castle.

Last Updated on 13 December 2011