Top 4 Must-Visit Attractions in Jaipur

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City Palace

Built in the 19th Century by erstwhile Raja Sawai Jai Singh, the exquisite City Palace of Jaipur is a sight to behold. Marked by expansive courtyards and galleries, this Palace displays the true grandeur of the Rajputana Kings. An interesting facet of the Palace, is the seamless blend of European,  Mughal and Rajput styles of architecture that are displayed throughout the complex. A testament to the artistic sensibilities of a bygone era can be seen in the exquisite facade of City Palace.

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Hawa Mahal

The Rajputana women strictly adhered to the custom of Purdah and were forbidden from wandering the streets of the city. Hawa Mahal, also known as Palace Of Winds, was built for Rajputana princesses who could now witness the festivities of the kingdom without being viewed by menfolk. A glorious structure built of pink sandstone, the Hawa Mahal is an ingenious creation of the Rajput era, and is considered to be one of the most popular tourists spots of India.

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Jantar Mantar

The Rajputs were not only known for their might, but also for their wit. The intriguing layout of the Jantar Manar is a testament to the scientific know-how of the Rajput Kings. Astronomers, scientists, and tourists flock to Jantar Mantar in large numbers to witness the beauty and scientific accuracy of the structure. Declared to be a world heritage site by UNESCO, Jantar Mantar also houses the world's largest sundial, making it an unsurpassable experience.

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Jal Mahal

A palace mounted on a glistening lake is a vision straight out of a fairytale! But in Jaipur, this magical scene unfolds right before your eyes in the form of Jal Mahal. This unique palace is located right in the middle of Man Sagar Lake and is known for its picturesque setting. Enveloped by Nahargarh hills, the palace is a marvel of Rajput architecture. Tourists can reach the palace by hiring local ferries and can enjoy a panoramic view of the lake by standing on the terrace gardens