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Places to Visit in Jaipur with Timing

Places to Visit in Jaipur

Places to Visit in Jaipur

Hello friends, Here in this article we talk about a very interesting topic: places to visit in Jaipur with timing.

Visit in Jaipur

If you planned a holiday tour in Jaipur. So, the Jaipur sightseeing tour is an admired tour. And confused about places where to go and, when to go during the Jaipur sightseeing tour. thus you can contact a tour planner and take a good Jaipur sightseeing tour package.

Diwan-E-Khas

(Private Audience Hall) is housed between the Art Gallery (formerly the public (audience) diwan-e-aam hall and the Armory. The most attractive features are the two sterling silver vessels (in the gallery paved with marble) in which Maharaja Madho Singh II, a Hindu devotee, took holy water during a visit to Europe. Both vessels are massive standing 160 cm and have a capacity of 9000 liters each. They are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest silver vessel in the world.

The art gallery of the old Diwan-E-aam has a well-preserved ceiling on which the original semi-precious stones still retain their Suspended from the ceiling is a massive crystal chandelier. The art gallery also has miniature paintings from the Rajasthani, Mughal, and Persian schools with religious themes mainly scenes from the Ramayana. There are among the 20,000 manuscripts including the museum boasts. One can also see the most beautiful rugs from the heart of Afghanistan and Lahore.

Chandra Mahal

It is the only part of the complex that is inhabited and occupied by the royal family. The ground floor of the palace is open to visitors and has some exhibits. In the outer courtyard is the elegantly designed Peacock Gate.

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

  • Entrance fees for Indians
  • Adults (camera included): INR 100
  • Children (05 to 12 years old): INR 50
  • Video camera: INR 300
  • Entrance fees for foreign nationals
  • Adults (including camera including entrance ticket to Jaigarh Fort): INR 400
  • Children (05 to 12 years old): INR 250
  • Video camera: INR 300

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is the largest and best preserved of Sawai Jai Singh’s five observatories. It is constructed of stone and marble whose decor and forms have been scientifically designed and which is one of the pinnacles of medieval Indian astronomy.

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  • Entrance fees for Indians
  • Adults (camera included): INR 50
  • Children (5 – 12 years old): INR 15
  • The full ticket will be charged for children over 07 years old.
  • Entrance fees for foreign nationals
  • Adults (camera included including entrance ticket to Jaigarh Fort): INR 200
  • Children (05 to 12 years old): INR 250
  • Video camera: INR 300

Moti Doongari Temple and Lakshmi Narayan

Among the prominent landmarks that dot the southern skyline is the small private hilltop fort of Moti Doongari which is shaped like a Scottish castle, the Ganesh temple at the foot of the hill, and the Lakshmi Narayan temple built in marble.

Opening hours: 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. & 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Hawa Mahal – The Palace of Wind

The Wind Palace – a fascinating landmark of Rajasthan, was built by order of the poet king, Sawai Pratap Singh in the 18th century, and is Jaipur’s most exquisitely designed monument. What is seen from Serah Deori bazaar is the rear of the five-story, multi-niche complex. It was designed to provide an adequate vantage point behind the carved stone meshes as screens for the women of the palace to watch the royal processions pass through the bazaar.

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  • Entrance fees for Indians
  • Adults (camera included): INR 50
  • Student (5-12 years): INR 5
  • The full ticket will be charged for children over 07 years old.
  • Entrance fees for foreign nationals
  • Adults (camera included including entrance ticket to Jaigarh Fort): INR 200
  • Children (05 to 12 years old): INR 250
  • Video camera: INR 300

Govindji Temple

The city palace complex also houses the Govindji temple which is a temple of Lord Krishna and a great no. of people visit it. The temple is built in such a way that the king could see the deity of Chandra Mahal in front. The temple is surrounded by gardens and palaces. Govind Devji’s image was originally installed in a temple in Vrindavan.

Jagat Shiromani Temple

The magnificently carved temple of Jagat Shiromani houses the idol of Lord Krishna and is popularly associated with the famous poetess Mira Bai. As a result, the ancient Narsinghji temple and the Panna – Meena – ki – Baodi stepwell, which still bears witness to its past glory are also located nearby.

Fort Jaigarh

The western skyline is dominated by the vast parkas (walls), watchtowers, and gates of Jaigarh Fort. It is one of the few military structures of medieval India preserved almost intact containing palaces, a garden, open and covered tanks, a granary, an armory, a well-planned tower, and giant mounted cannon – the Jai Ban – one of the largest in the world.

  • Entrance fees for Indians
  • Adults (camera included): INR 100
  • Student (5-12 years): INR 35
  • Camera/video camera: INR 200
  • Entrance fees for foreign nationals
  • Adults: INR 200
  • Children (05 – 12 years old): INR 85
  • Video camera: INR 400
  • Cars are allowed inside at INR 50
  • The full ticket will be charged for children over 07 years old.

Man Sagar Lake (Jal Mahal)

Jal Mahal was built by Sawai Pratap Singh in 1779 AD in the middle of Man Sagar Lake as a place of pleasure. As a result, the lake was formed by building a dam between the two hills by Sawai Man Singh I. Also, during the winter months, large numbers of migrating birds can be seen by the lake.

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