Day 01 :Jaipur
when you reach our adviser will greet you at the Railway station/Airport and then you will be directed to the resort. There will be some refreshment at resort. After refreshment, begin visiting all these places:
Albert Hall It is situated in the wonderful garden of Jaipur town, Ram Niwas Bagh. This was produced by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh in the year 1886 under the drought aid operate of Rs four Lacs. The technique of the building was finished by Sir Swinton Jaicob. Presently the hall is utilized for museum objective.
It Created in the 19th century, Mubarak Mahal displays the architectural wonderful thing about medieval India. The nobles in the court of the strong Rajputs developed this wonderful manor.
Sisodia Rani Palace:
It and Garden A magnificent garden, which signifies about of Sawai Jaya Singh's infinite love towards his Queen, Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh in Jaipur attraction the tourist with its creative beauty. Set up in 1728, this garden accomodates a wonderful blend of Mughal and traditional Indian architecture.
is a well famous tourist attraction that is popular for its wonderful architecture. This temple is located in Vaishali Nagar and is widely known for the wonderful idols, carvings and sculptures.
Day 02: Jaipur
After morning meal we will continue to visit
It is a well regarded hall of attractive mirrors situated inside the Amber Palace. A fundamental part of the Jai Mandir, this has been specially developed by creating the ceilings and walls of the hall with intensifying mirrors, which reflect light rays.
It is located southern place of the courtyard of the main palace inside the Amber Fort. This amazing structure has an image of elephant headed Lord Ganesh, that is beautifully designed with various colours. Ganesh Pol was produced by Raja Jai Singh II, who belonged to the Rajputana clan.
It was created during the 19th century and it is in the midst of the well regarded architectural landmarks of medieval India. This Mahal was designed by the nobles of Rajput rulers. It is in addition known as 'Palace of Welcome' and was produced for greeting the imperial visitors.
It, a fantastic palace in the town of Jaipur, is enclosed by great walls on all of the sides. It is in addition homes visitor's halls, pavilions as well as several other vital buildings. The designing work of this palace was commissioned by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in the early 1730s.
It was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II between 1727 to 1734. The word 'jantar' signifies instrument, whereas 'mantar' explains system or calculation .Located in Jaipur, this monument is among the 5 astronomical observatories located in India.
Day 03: Jaipur
The Hawa Mahal:
It developed in 1799 by Sawai Pratap Singh, was created by Lalchand Usta. It is a five-storey constructing that has greater than 950 windows. The latticework was created for offering women to see everyday activity of the city.
Govind dev ji's temple:
It is a sacred shrine situated in the main complex of the Hawa Mahal. This temple is devoted to Lord Krishna and is managed by the Jaipur imperial family. It was designed at the time of the 18th century and is decorated with amazing paintings.
We will ride returning to Train station/ Jaipur airport .