Jaipur – The Pink City

India is a vast country with diverse landscape – from Himalayan peaks to Indian Ocean – and history reaching back 5 millennia. It will take you back in the era of history to landmarks including Delhi’s Red Fort complex and massive Jama Masjid mosque. Not to forget the Agra’s iconic Taj Mahal on the Yamuna River, symbol of love and romance. Varanasi, the spiritual capital of India where Pilgrims bathe in the Ganges, and Rishikesh, a yoga centre and base for Himalayan trekking.

You can’t get enough of India. Living a whole lifespan is not enough to experience spiritually and culture.

Parallels and meridians bring you the top tourist spot where we try to get you the India’s best as squeezed experience as possible.

Rajasthan is always one among them.The state is home to some of the finest monuments of the country that can give you a taste of India. From traditional clothing characterized by ghoonghats and turbans to a rustic, rugged terrain that includes a major part of the Great Indian Thar desert, Rajasthan has enough to keep you intrigued. Not to forget, historyand heritage that will take you back in time to its glorious past places among itself.

One such magnificent city is Jaipur.

One of the glorious structure which will sweep you off your feet is the Amber Fort, In addition to Amber, other nearby attractions include Sariska National Park to the northeast.

Jaipur is a popular tourist destination and a commercial trade centre with major road, rail, and air connections. From various industries and hub of manufacturing different products, Jaipur’s famous arts and crafts include the making of jewellery, metalwork, and printed cloths, as well as stone, marble, and ivory carving.

The city is known for its beauty, and it is unique in its straight-line planning. Its buildings are predominantly rose-coloured, and it is known asthe “pink city.” The dominant buildings are the City Palace, part of which is home to the royal family of Jaipur; Jantar Mantar, an 18th-century open-air observatory; Hawa Mahal (Hall of Winds); Ram Bagh palace; and Nahargarh, the Tiger Fort.

From being known as the most celebrated and vibrant city, Jaipur has a story of its own. The Pink City itself invokes lively images of festivities, colours, traditions, captivating architecture and exquisite Rajasthani cuisine.

There goes few reasons why Jaipur is a must visit city once you are in India. Rest the city is full of hidden treasures waiting to be explored by you.



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