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The cab service in Jaipur will assure you of a comfortable and safe journey in a duration of eight hours.
The most widely known fort in Pink City is Amer Fort which is also one of the Hill Fort World Heritage Site as declared by UNESCO. Made from pink and yellow colored sandstone, the Amer Fort dominates the periphery of the city from North. The fort dazzles in bright sunlight and attracts many a tourists. Amer Fort construction was commenced by Raja Man Singh I but it was completed by Sawai Jai Singh during the 18th century. Other than being a perfect combination of Rajput and Gujarati architectural designs, the fort is home to several amazing gardens, courtyards, palaces and religious sites. Some remarkable features of the Amer Fort are Sukh Niwas palace, Sheesh Mahal, Ganesh Pol, Man Mandir, Jai Mandir, Jaleb Chowk and the Shila Devi Temple.
The Jal Mahal is a beautiful palace in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake with five floors, four submerged in water and one over the water with an amazing terrace garden. The magnetic beauty of this palace makes one spellbound. The Jal Mahal used to be the hunting palace for the Maharajas as the Man Sagar Lake is a habitat for several species of birds and ducks.
Located 10 kms away from the city; Galtaji is a pilgrimage site of Hindus which is located in the Khania Balaji town. This town is known for the famous Galtaji Temple and other religious sites respectively. It derives its name from Galav who was a famous saint who meditated and did penance here. It was later constructed by a courtier of Sawai Jai Singh II named Diwan Rao Kriparam in eighteenth century. The religious site is also known for the natural springs which form several reservoirs and tiered waterfalls which are considered sacred. Here huge colonies of macaque monkeys reside in the Ramgopal Ji temple in the complex. These monkeys have also been featured in the National Geographic Channel’s series named ‘Rebel Monkey’.
The royal City Palace is an attractive monument of the city. Built with combining several architectural styles such as Rajasthani, European and Mughal, it is also the residence of the royal family. It is built using sandstones and marbles; it also houses several archaic gates, palaces and pilgrimage attractions. Also there is a museum for the tourists featuring manuscripts and royal costumes.
The historical astronomical observatory was built by Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734 AD. It is the largest historical observatory in India having 19 instruments built using stone and brass. It is also UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.
The Jaipur Day Sightseeing Tour with Monkey Temple with us will concludes with this and you will be transferred to your hotel at the end.
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