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Monday, November 27, 2017

Rajasthan Culture Tour Jaipur


Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan, Also known as the Pink City, With numerous forts, palaces, flourished gardens, trendy restaurants and shopping centers, this magnificent capital city rarely disappoints visitors. The major highlight of Jaipur tour is the City Palace that showcases the superbJaipur - Rajasthan lifestyle and artifacts of yesteryear. The best time to take a tour to Jaipur is from October to March. With uncountable tourists attractions, Jaipur tour promises to offer the best time of your life. City Palace is located in the heart of the pink city. A part of the City Palace has been transferred into a museum and another part is a residence of erstwhile royal family. With a splendid collection of paintings, weapons, swords and antiques, the City Palace of Jaipur is a repository of the wealth of artistic treasure. Amber Fort is another place worth seeing. Visit Seesh Mahal in the fort. The fort showcases the fine architecture of Hindu and Muslim. Hawa Mahal, erected in 1799, is a popular monument of the capital city. Jal Mahal is situated over the Man Sagar Lake. In the midst of water, the palace can be accessed only by boat. Jantar Mantar, Nahar Garh, Samode Palace, Ramgarh Lake and Vidyadhar's Garden are some of the other noteworthy places to see in Jaipur.

History

Jaipur was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II (1693-1743), is the capital of Rajasthan. It is a major attraction for the first-time visitor. Jaipur is surrounded on all sides by rugged hills, crowned with forts & enclosed by embattled walls. The Old City (Known as the Pink City) is a great place to wander around. The whole city was painted in Pink colour by Maharaja Man Singh II when Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, visited Jaipur in 1876 AD. Today, every home within the city is obliged by law to maintain its facade. It is a very well planned city laid out in a grid pattern and was designed by a young Bengali engineer and scholar by the name "Vidyadhar Bhattacharya".


Jaipur was and remains the only city in the world, symbolising the nine divisions of the universe, through nine rectangular sectors sub-dividing it. Jaipur is a royal city & this is its most noticeable aspect, small buildings & festivals testify it.


Jaipur & its surroundings are rather like an endless museum. The city also offers an endless variety of crafts. Jewellers here still fashion the beautiful enamel-on-gold pendants, studded on the reverse with precious stones or pearls & turquoise that one sees in miniature paintings. Jaipur's lacquer bangles are famous all over the world.


Places of Interest (Jaipur)

Amer Palace

High on the rugged hills outside of town sits ancient forts, including Amer (often called the Amber Fort), where the Jaipur royal house held court for seven centuries. Visitors ridding painted elephants can ascend to the fort to see magnificent gateways, courtyards, pavalions, and a gliterring chamber of inlaid mirrors.


Hawa Mahal

Jaipur's most famous landmark is the Palace of the Winds or Hawa Mahal, a fantasia of 1953 ornate of windows set in a rose-colored five storey facade. The palace , tier upon tier of curved arch surmounting fairy casements with "jali", lattice work screens. From here the ladies of the court could look out at festive processions without jeopardizing their modest seclusion..


City Palace

A pride of peacocks adorn an ornate doorway in Jaipur's City Palace. Palace retainers stand at attention as in the past when Jaipur Court was headquartered here. The palace is now a fine museum. It houses a remarkable collection of textiles, paintings, manuscripts, and extraordinary weapons. On display there are two huge urns of silver, said to be the largest silver vessels in the world. Nakkarkhana-ka-Darwaza, the imposing gateway of the City Palace guarded by stone elephants, is monumental.


Jantar Mantar

The architectural astronomical instruments of 18th century Rajasthani king named Jai Singh contained in an amazing, three-storey-high complex known as Jantar Mantar.


Jaigarh

The western skyline is dominated by the extensive walls, watch towers and gateways of Jaigarh built by Jai Singh in 1726. It is one of the few military structures of medevial India preserved almost intact, containing palaces , gardens, open and covered reservoirs, a granary, an armoury, a canon foundary and several temples. It is the royal treasury for several years. The world's largest cannon on wheels is to be found here. The fort has its own museum and provide an excellent view of Amer Palace.


Jal Mahal

A picturesque palace admist the Man Sagar Lake. It is Jaipur's lake palace surrounded with water. It is built for royal duck shooting parties.


Nahargarh Fort

Built in 1734, the Nahargarh Fort lies north-west of City Palace and provides some stunning views of the city down below both during daytime and night.


Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

Has beautiful gardens, fountains, pools & some magnificent pieces of sculpture.


Ramgarh Lake

A huge artificial lake created by constructing a high bund amidst tree covered hills. While the temple of Jamwa Mata and the ruins of the old fort are some of its antiquities, its beautiful landscape, especially during in oils pools, makes it an idyllic picnic spot.


Samode

The beautiful Samode Palace, has been rebuilt and renovated and provides a fine example of the Rajput haveli architecture and is an ideal spot for outings. The highlight of the building is the exquisite Diwan-i-Khas, which is covered with original paintings and mirrorwork.


Sanganer

This small town is entered through the ruins of two ' Tripolias ' or ' Triple-gateways '. The town has a ruined palace and a group of Jain temples with fine carvings. Entry to the temples is restricted. The town is an important centre for craft, industry and produces some of the finest hand printed textiles from units of block and screen printers. This textile is popular all over the country and abroad. It is noted for its hand printed handloom industry using simple techniques.


HOW TO GET THERE

Air : There are flight connections to Delhi, Kota, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Aurangabad, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
Rail: An excellent connection from Delhi is Shatabdi Express which provides a fast, air-conditioned rail service. Other connections to Jaipur are from Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Secunderabad, Agra, Lucknow, Mumbai and Calcutta.
Road: A convenient mode of travel to Jaipur is by road, through a network of comfortable tourist buses. Rajasthan Roadways runs excellent regular service of AC and Deluxe Coaches from Delhi (From Bikaner House, Pandara road and ISBT, Kashmeri Gate) Some Road distances are Delhi 259 km, Udaipur 405 km, Jodhpur 336 km, Ahmedabad 657 km.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Nahargarh Biological Park & Zoological Park at Jaipur

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Biological Parks In Jaipur Rajasthan India

Zoological Park at Nahargarh in the city of jaipur open from 4 th june 2016
Timing : Morning 8.30 Am - 5.30 Pm




Nahargarh Biological Park is located in the vicinity of Nahargarh Fort, outside Jaipur located on the outskirts of the city near Jaipur- Delhi highway. This Biological Park is spread over 7.2 sq km of Nahargarh Sanctuary Park. This park consists of granite rocks, quartzite rocks and also consists of the region covered by dry deciduous and tropical rain forests. Wild life animals are provided comfortable environment in National Biological Park as their main aim to serve animals. Healthy food as well good care is also provided to the animals in this National Park which is deserved by them. The caretakers in this park are also very animal friendly and take care of animals that are under their wards. There are currently 23 lions and 12 tigers at National Biological Park according to the Central Zoo Authority.

Amazing art work at Nahargarh Biological park Jaipur

An Amazing art work done by our artists( team of The Ranthambhore school of Art) at Nahargarh Biological park, Jaipur.

Fort of Amer

Located in district of Amer, a district which has 4 sq kilometre area, and is in close proximity to Jaipur (11 kilometres), in Rajasthan state, Amer Palace is a popular tourist destination. Amer, the district stands high on one hill and is acknowledged to be frequently visited by the tourists every year. This region Amer was initially constructed by Meenas while later it was governed by Raja Man Singh.

The fort of Amer is also well known for its Hindu architecture style and different elements. Through its cobbled paths, series of gates, and large ramparts, this fort overlooks the popular Maota Lake.  

The fort has aesthetic ambience which is much prominent within its walls only. Built of marble and red sand stone, the magnetic and opulent palace has foundation on 4 levels and each of this has a courtyard. The palace has Diwan-e-Aam also called Hall of Public Audience, Sukh Niwas (having cool climate, artificially built by winds which blow over the water cascade in this palace), Jai Mandir, Sheesh Mahal (mirror palace), and Hall of Private Audience also called Diwan-e-Khaas. This palace was once the home of kings of Rajputs and their respective families. Just at the palace’s entrance there is a gate called Ganesh Gate which has a temple next to it devoted to Sila Devi, goddess that belonged to Chaitanya cult. This idol of Sila Devi was given to King Man Singh when he conquered victory over Raja of Jessore of Bengal in 1604. Jessore at present is in Bangladesh.

Amer Fort together with Jaigarh Fort is situated just above the Cheel ka Tall (acknowledged as Hill of Eagles) at the Aravalli hill range. The Jaigarh fort and the Amer Palace are at times considered as one complex since the two are linked to each other via subterranean passage. The passage was actually an escape route during war times for enabling the royal members of the family and others to relocate to more redoubtable place – Jaigarh fort.

Annually the number of tourists that visit this fort was reported as five thousand visitors every day with 1.4 million being during the year 2007 itself. This was mentioned by Department of Archaeology and Museum’s superintendent.

During the 37th summit of World Heritage Committee hosted at Phnom Penh, Cambodia in year 2013, Amer Fort together with other 5 forts in Rajasthan was announced as a heritage site by UNESCO as significant part of group of Hill forts of Rajasthan.

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      Wednesday, January 4, 2017

      Planning to Visit "NAHARGARH BIOLOGICAL PARK JAIPUR "






      If u are plan for outing sunday with your childrens than its a good place.
      Following are the things you should keep in mind if you are Planning to Visit NAHARGARH BIOLOGICAL PARK Jaipur "

      1. Please carry a student ID if you are a student, ticket price for students is rs 20/-, otherwise rs 50/- for indians & rs 200/- for foreigners.
      2. There is a 2 km distance between the ticket counter and the entry gate of park, so either you can walk 2 km or you have to pay rs 200/- for car, 40 or may be 50 for bike. don't know exactly about bus fare but may be rs 500/-
      3. Camera's like dslr etc have extra charges i.e., rs 600

      so keep these fares in mind & then plan to go.

      Sunday, June 5, 2016

      Visit Online Nahargarh Biological Park Jaipur- Biological Parks In Rajasthan India

      Biological Park at Nahargarh in the city of jaipur open from 4 th june 2016
      Timing : Morning 8.30 Am - 5.30 Pm.
      Nahargarh Biological Park Jaipur



      Nahargarh Biological Park is located in the vicinity of Nahargarh Fort, outside Jaipur located on the outskirts of the city near Jaipur- Delhi highway. This Biological Park is spread over 7.2 sq km of Nahargarh Sanctuary Park. This park consists of granite rocks, quartzite rocks and also consists of the region covered by dry deciduous and tropical rain forests. Wild life animals are provided comfortable environment in National Biological Park as their main aim to serve animals. Healthy food as well good care is also provided to the animals in this National Park which is deserved by them. The caretakers in this park are also very animal friendly and take care of animals that are under their wards. There are currently 23 lions and 12 tigers at National Biological Park according to the Central Zoo Authority.


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