Jaipur popularly known as Pink City is the capital and the largest city of Rajhastan State. Jaipur was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II on November 18, 1727. Rajhastan as a state is rich in culture and heritage and the same goes for Jaipur. It is enriched with history, culture, architecture and art. Along with its heritage Jaipur is also a well-planned city.
Many old forts and palaces have been converted in to world class hotels. The first impression of Jaipur is a desert with camels, cotton-candy colored turbans which are the traditional turbans that people wear in Jaipur. Women wearing bright colored saaris or ghagras are seen in Jaipur and many palaces and entertainment. Jaipur is also popular for its music, folk dance and art.
Jaipur is more like an endless museum because it has so much to offer especially tourists are more attracted to Jaipur for its heritage. Jewelry is also another ornament that enhances the charm of Jaipur. It is traditional and shows the royalty of that region since Rajhastan is known for decades of Royalty. The designs give a royal look and are most made of precious stones and un-cut diamonds. The colors used in the jewelry depict the culture of Jaipur which is the liveliest.
Today the city of Jaipur is major tourist attraction in India and offers world class hotels for tourists. The hotels are made in a way that show the royalty of this region and makes the tourists feel like a part of those times when Royalty was present.
Tourists can visit the centuries old Palaces such as Amer Palace. Hawa Palace or palace of the winds is a major tourist attraction is Jaipur, the way it has been built is truly mesmerizing. The palace has tier upon tier with windows carved with lattice work which were used by women in that era to witness the festivities. Jal Mahal is another heritage site in Jaipur which surrounded by a lake known as Man Sagar Lake. The palace is unique because of the water surrounding it the palace also reflects on the lake.