Endless Summer, Jaipur India

Royalty comes at a price!!! Well I lived this old saying when I visited the Royal City of Jaipur in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is famous for its royal, colorful and vibrant lifestyle.

But what its infamous for is its brutally hot Summers. So I Braved to Travel to its heart and capital city of Jaipur or Pink City as its fondly called. Jaipur got its name as Pink city is because most of the structures in here are made of Terracotta shaded Natural Stone which gives an evident impression of Pink blocks every where you go in the city.

I recommend you to travel to Jaipur to experience its Rich Heritage of Royal Families, Feel the vast cultural history, dive into the colorful markets, have a stomach full of fruit shakes with heart filled with Love and compassion from Rajasthani hospitality.

Amer Fort
City View from the Fort
Inside the Fort
Beautiful Garden in between the Fort,used to be a rose garden during the royal era.
Head Queen’s Room
Lounge Area in the Fort used to be filled with exotic flowers so that air could be filled with fragrance for Queens.
Entrance to the Queens Area in the Fort. It has multiple secret passages to each courtiers room so that King can go to anyones room at night without letting others know ๐Ÿ˜‰
View from the Top of the Fort.
Tired as Hell but never stop posing
Heritage behind the Doors.
The Great Wall of Rajasthan
Equisite Mirror work detailing on the Ceilings.
These Mirrors act as Light Fixtures during the day as Light reflects.
Canon as a showpiece


Royal Court
Between the In and Out

Jaipur provides a lot of attractions for Tourists like Royal Forts,Mahals, Restaurants and Temples from Royal Era. Architecture is Magnificent from the old times still intact and in itself a wonder to see.

Chokhi Dhani- One of the most well know Restaurants in India #Must Visit
Afternoon Pool with Family

Hot day with lots of pool time is always a good idea… ๐ŸŠ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Ž

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This Trip holds a special place as it was with Family and specially my Mom.

Happy Mother’s Day. Thanks to Mom for always being there ๐Ÿ™‚
Us as Always.

See you Again with lot more Rajasthan to cover.ย Share if you have been to Jaipur or Rajasthan.

Happy Weekend and Happy Mother’s Day to All.



7 thoughts on “Endless Summer, Jaipur India”

  1. Hello, Thanks for sharing such a fantastic blog.I really appreciate your blog to share information about Jaipur โ€ฆVisiting in Jaipur is amazing experience. Jaipur is a place with a glorious past and a very rich historic background. People come from far off places just to get the taste of its beautiful monuments and their architecture.

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