An offbeat guide to Jaipur

The enormously thought-provoking history and culture of Rajasthan speak to the travel-frenzy minds of its tourists in ways like no other state in India does. The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, famously known to the world as the marvelous ‘Pink City’ stands uniquely amongst all other cities in this rich historical quest. Jaipur in all its magnanimity is the gateway to India’s most ostentatious state. A semi-desert area, Jaipur attracts millions of tourists from around the globe year-round. The streets, regal markets, royal forts, and statuesque palaces, exquisite art and cuisine of this city unfold the long-aged history in a remarkable way. There is not one, or two but a long list of factors that make Jaipur a must-visit place for all the travel fanatics and history lovers. One must plan and research all the places they ought to visit for a hassle-free trip they can enjoy and grasp the picturesque sights properly. Visiting a place like Jaipur is at least a 3-day affair which if possible should be stretched to a relaxed 6-day trip. Always make sure to book a reliable and top-rated cab in Delhi because the travel time is long.

KNOW ABOUT THE PINK CITY– The city was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II. It was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in the year 2019. The wall marking the boundary of the pink city is 3 meters wide and 6 meters tall. Seven magnificent gates provide entry to this city. Covered with rich past and embodying regal heritage, the Pink City is considered to be the royal city oozing with beauty and attraction.

What are the must-visit Tourist spots of Jaipur?

  • JAL MAHAL– Sitting right at the center of the Man Sagar lake lies the splendid Jal Mahal. It is a wonderful creation, bordered by the Nahargarh Hills. This tourist place, once the shooting lodge of the Maharaja, is currently fascinating visitors throughout the world.
  • Jantar Mantar Fort– Situated near the regal City Palace, this fort is the largest stone astronomical observatory in the world. It comes in the list of world heritage sites. The monument was built by Raja Sawai Singh. The place was used to observe the position of the heavenly bodies with naked eyes.
  • Hawa Mahal– It was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799. It has thousands of small windows that let cool breeze to gush in and hence keep the place cool even in the summer months. One of the main reasons behind the construction of this structure was to let women see the festivals from these windows, keeping intact the cultural and religious values that were considered relevant in the past.

What offbeat things can you try in Jaipur?

1) Take a rickshaw ride in the narrow streets- The markets of Jaipur are crammed with e wheeled rickshaw. They offer short distance travel at a reasonable cost in the narrow streets where other vehicles will not be able to find their way.

2) Soar in the Hot air balloon– The famous city tour inside a hot air balloon takes the view of the entire city, helping you explore Jaipur in all its majesty.

3) Eat Pyaaz ki Kachori– The popular delicacy of Rajasthan is famous for its mouthwatering taste. Rawat Misthan Bhandar is the place that makes the best of this delicacy.

4) Drink a glass of lassi– Try this refreshing and energetic drink made from milk. The Jaipur lassi is available in two variants as sweet and salty.

5) Shop for gems and handicrafts– Jaipur markets have beautifully designed handicrafts that have no match. They attract visitors from all over the world.

The journey from Delhi to Jaipur – A travel map

The major highlights that you can experience during your trip from Delhi to Jaipur are-

  • Experience the beauty of the village resort and Rajasthani dance.
  • Explore the Famous Pink City markets.
  • Enjoy the famous Elephant ride at the Amber Fort.
  • Exploring the entire outskirts of Rajasthan.
  • Witnessing the splendor of lakes and forts.

You can book a Delhi to Jaipur Taxi which is the most convenient and economical way to travel hassle-free.


Witness the splendid beauty of Jaipur along with the ethnic welcome of Rajasthan. The city stands tall with pride and gallantry welcomes us for a thrilling experience in the lap of tradition.

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