Fusion of conventional and contemporary era comes alive in Jaipur
The pink city home to the Hawa Mahal conjures up images of royal Rajasthani women hiding coyly behind screens; of pomp and pageantry; colorful holi celebrations and a vibrant, bustling life.
Jaipur has a hot and dry climate and the best time to visit it is in winter, after October, right up to the end of March. While here, you can visit the priceless Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, the city palace, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal, Rambagh Palace, Central Museum, Amber Fort and the Albert Hall museums. The city palace and forts give you an idea of how Maharajas lived.
Jaipur is a royal city but offers a plethora of experiences to tickle all your senses. A stroll through the bazaars with aromas of spices, perfumes and food can tempt you to try all these. If you wish to buy some unique apparel, there are innumerable shops and Jaipur has its fair share of jewelers as well as handicraft shops to help you take back mementoes of your visit. A visit to Jaipur is like sampling the spicy, delicious Rajasthani cuisine: the taste lingers.
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