“Padharo Mhare Desh”


An exquisite blend of tradition, velour and modernity, Jaipur is an exceptional example of a late medieval town that has evolved over time & defined new concepts for a thriving trade and commercial hub. Established by the Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the 1927, Jaipur was the first planned city of India. As the capital of the north western state of Rajasthan, The city impeccably showcases the glory of the royal desert state that are enticing enough to make an ardent visitor return back to explore the mysteries of this majestic city.

The grandeur of the city is difficult to elaborate in words. The graceful architecture of the City that runs across in pink color has earned it the title of "The Pink City". The walled city of Jaipur holds the honor of being the second Indian city to get the recognition as a UNESCO world heritage site. Being the land of Maharajas, the city is dotted with numerous impregnable forts, majestic palaces, serene temples that are complemented by the bustling bazaars in the stately street grid.

Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, City Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Nahargarh Biological Park, Jaigarh Fort, Moti Doongri Temple are some of the major tourist attractions that reflect its elegant past. The city serve as a heaven for tourists, shoppers and enthusiasts with its intricate Gems and Jewellery, Blue Pottery, Textiles, Handicrafts and Sumptuous Cuisine that includes the delicious Dal Baati Churma, Pyaaz ki Kachori, Lal Maas etc.

The city while preserving its vibrant cultural fabric has amalgamated well with technology & modernization. Jaipur represents cool combination of Ancient royal heritage and Modern lifestyle. It is one of the fastest growing cities of India with a well planned metro network and productive investment opportunities like Mahindra World City, World Trade Park, etc. The growth of the City is also contributed by the rapidly developing social infrastructure with super-specialty hospitals and medical centers, institutions of higher-learning and schools, malls, entertainment centers and sporting facilities. Jaipur is well connected to all major cities in India by roads, rail and air.

Paul McCartney wrote and recorded the Jaipur tribute song "Riding into Jaipur" whose minimalist lyrics say: "riding to Jaipur, oh what a delight, oh what a delight, it is".

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