Visit the Important Historical Places in Jaipur by Boarding a Hyderabad to Jaipur Flight

Jaipur, also popularly termed as the Pink City is one of the beautiful cities of India. On a visit to this place, you can experience the royalty of this place. Jaipur has a great collection of monuments and a single visit won’t suffice. You need to visit to this place again and again in order to know this place properly. With a blend of a number of markets, forts, temples, foods etc, Jaipur pleases each and every visitor with its unique flavor and essence.

There are a number of historical things that one can see in Jaipur. Known as the land of the Rajputs, Jaipur bears an intrinsic site with its amazing architecture and designs and the location of such monuments. Indeed, this place is an amazing workhouse of so many wonderful marvels. You really need a long itinerary in order to cover up the entire places of Jaipur. And, when you are done, you can also do some shopping there or grab a bite of some of the delicacies native to this place.

Historical Places to Visit in Jaipur

Jaipur is loaded with lots of options when it comes to monuments. So, you can literally explore all those monuments and your sightseeing will still not be completed. So, here is the list of some of the famous sites.

1. Amber Fort:

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Aravalli Hills | Image Resource : blogspot.com

This is the most exotic and one of the most hunted places by the tourists. Located atop the Aravalli Hills, this fort has a mesmerizing beauty to watch. The construction of the fort was done under the supervision of Raja Man Singh I and later the completion of the work was done by Mirja Raja Jai Singh. The architecture is simply amazing and lot of care has been taken in order to defend any form of enemy attack. The interior of the fort is simple amusing, with a splendid shower of glassworks, giving a dazzling view to the place. Well, try to visit this fort in the early hours when the ray of sun falls on it to experience the amazing sight

2. Hawa Mahal:

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It was constructed in the year 1798 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. This is a five story building and the architecture is simply mind blowing and fascinating enough to woo every form of visitor. Along with the amazing architecture, there are some engineering skills that can be seen inside the Hawa Mahal. Special mention goes to the windows that are placed in such a way that no matter which time of the year you are in, the gentle breeze will always be refreshing enough and touch your soul. This was one of the favorite destinations of the Rajput families, who used to visit this place during the summers. Even if you want to experience the same during summers, just book a Hyderabad to Jaipur flight and get set to explore this beautiful creation of the Rajputs.

3. Nahargarh Fort:

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Nahargarh Fort | Image Resource : blogspot.com

Once considered to be a haunted fort, Nahargarh Fort is one of the beautiful monuments of Jaipur. It was constructed by Jai Singh II and rests amidst a beautiful landscape. It played an important role during the Sepoy Mutiny in the year 1857, which was then used as the shelter place for the wives of the British. The Aravalli Hills, which is the location of the fort seems to light up beautifully during the night time with the magnificent view of the fort, thereby giving a dazzling view.

4. Jal Mahal:

This was once a beautiful palace and of immense importance during the Rajput rule. Although, the beauty remains unparallel, but this has been converted to a hotel now and needs to be seen from a distance unless you have booked a stay in this hotel. However, this classic architecture has a breathtaking view and beauty and hence visiting it at least once needs to be done for sure. The design of the building is a blend of Rajputs and Mughal displaying the importance of Rajputs during the Mughal rule.

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