As we all know Jaipur the Pink City of our nation is a historical place with so many Kings and Queen residing in the past. It is known as the pink city because the Pink color denotes Hospitality so the Maharaja Ram Singh painted the whole city Pink to welcome the guest.
In fact, there is an Ajmeri Darwaza in the city after which all the buildings and homes are painted pink.
So the forts and places that make Jaipur a must visit city are
Amer Fort- This fort was built by Man Singh 1. This great fortification involves a broad castle mind boggling, worked from light yellow and pink sandstone, and white marble, and is separated into four fundamental segments, each with its own yard. It is conceivable to visit the fortification on elephant-back, yet creature welfare bunches have condemned the keeping of elephants at Amber in view of reports of manhandling, and in light of the fact that conveying travelers can make enduring wounds the creatures. This fort will surely give you goosebumps as this was the birthplace of Akbar’s wife Jodha Bai.
Jai Garh Fort- The next fort is Jai Garh it consists all the Jewels of Jaipur with the world’s largest cannon of 250 ton. That cannon was only made into work once with killing lots of people and the one who was behind the cannon lost his ears and he died. The Jaigarh Fort also has some weapons and armor suit stored in the palace itself which was used at that time. It is 17 km away from Amer Fort.
Nahargarh Fort- Nahargarh Fort is especially known for the view, if you are at the fort you will able to witness the full view of Jaipur City.
it was a miserable place with grand structures and a couple of spots to eat. Yet, now the stronghold is clamoring with disturbing because of the current opening of the glass royal residence and wax exhibition hall.
The wax historical center has some notable identities including any semblance of Amitabh Bachchan. The historical center alongside the life-like imitation of numerous national legends likewise has point by point sceneries and all around planned sets.
Jaipur is one of the first planned cities in India. It was planned according to Indian Vastu Shastra by a Bengali architect named Vidyadhar Bhattacharya in 1727. The directions of each street and market are East to West and North to South.
There are many more places to visit in the city such as World Trade Park, Gaurav Tower.