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  • Amber (or Amer) Fort

    Amber (or Amer) Fort

    Amber Fort is the iconic attraction of Jaipur and a must on your itinerary. Suraj Pole, the sun facing royal entrance to the fort, is one of the classic blends of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Marvels like Ganesh Pol, Sila Devi Temple, Sheesh Mahal, Magic Flower Fresco and Man Singh ...

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  • Chokhi Dhani

    Chokhi Dhani

    The Chokhi Dhani Village Resort is a place where the old and the young alike can have fun! The resort has a rustic rural setting and takes you into the world of Rajputs. It captures the true spirit of Rajasthan and gives you a chance to pamper yourself with a ...

    For Kids Cultural
  • Jaipur Literature Festival

    Jaipur Literature Festival

    A five-day festival of the who’s who in the literary world. Meet writers, poets, playwrights, artists and journalists from around the world with back-to-back parallel sessions on various current issues. All this toppled with great food and a musical evening which has now become a main attraction of the event ...

  • Elephant Festival

    Elephant Festival

    Come to Jaipur at the time of Holi (in March) and witness the most loved sport in a most unique setup- Elephant Polo! Watch elephants bedecked and embellished with garlands and ornaments. Some of them are also painted with vibrant colors. The best-looking elephant is awarded. Spot the female elephants ...

  • Gangaur Festival

    Gangaur Festival

    One of the most popular festivals in the state of Rajasthan, this festival is ideally meant for the womenfolk who pray for an eternal life of their husbands. More popular for unmarried girls, during this festival, girls wish for a husband like Lord Shiva. Celebrated during the Chaitra period which ...

    Cultural Religious
  • Teej Festival

    Teej Festival

    Celebrated during the monsoon season in the month of July and August, Teej is eagerly awaited by women across Jaipur. Worshipping for the long life of their husbands, the festival is marked by many preparations like buying new clothes, applying mehendiI, singing songs and taking rides on swings. The local ...

    Cultural Religious
  • Donkey Festival

    Donkey Festival

    Celebrated only in Jaipur, this unique festival sees all the donkeys coming together at a place along with their caretakers. Donkeys are decorated and the best looking donkey is awarded. Donkey racing is organised which is an interesting sight to watch out for. Held in the month of October, a ...

  • Galtaji Temple

    Galtaji Temple

    Just 10 kilometres away from the city of Jaipur, this temple is also known as the monkey temple owing to the large number of monkeys present at the temple premises during daytime. Surrounded by small hills, Galtaji temple is dedicated to the Sun God, Balaji and Lord Hanuman.

  • Jawahar Kala Kendra

    Jawahar Kala Kendra

    Founded in 1983, Jawahar Kala Kendra is a cultural centre where both classical and folk art forms come together and put up a spectacular show celebrating Jaipur heritage.

    From plays like Rangayan, Kadva Sach and I will not cry to mythological tragedies at the performed at the open ...

    Cultural Museum
  • Ladli Vocational Training Centre

    Ladli Vocational Training Centre

    Not exactly a touristy place but you would love to come here and touch lives of the little angels living here. A charity home, Ladli Vocational Training Centre is managed by the government of India who cater to the basic needs of living, education, food and training for orphaned children. ...

  • Gatore Ki Chhatriyan

    Gatore Ki Chhatriyan

    Surrounded by green hills, the Gatore Ki Chhatriyan is a complex of temples and tombs in the foothills of the Nahargarh (Tiger) Fort. It was the royal crematorium for the majestic rulers of Rajasthan. The beautiful edifice also has a cenotaph for each of the more famous maharajas cremated there. ...

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