Honeymoon Destinations in Jaipur
Amidst the Aravalli range , Jaipur lies in the heart of Thar desert, well connected to major city like Delhi. With major connectivity via air, rail or road, smooth drive is ensured with the national highways.With moderate temperature to extreme climates, it does not hinder with the tourists or visitors due to its charm.Below are listed some of the major location in and around Jaipur for the love buds.
The City PalaceThe royal residence with the beautifully fusion-ed Mughal and Rajasthani styles lies the City Palace known for its marble columns, ornates, carved arches and sculptures.It also houses a museum with artifacts from costumes to armory. The art gallery with miniature representations of the culture and even astronomical works in Arabic, Persian,Latian and Sanskrit by Sawai Jai Singh II.
SanganerA 12 km drive from Jaipur leads you to the Tonk Road where Sanganer is situated. The exquisitely carved Jain Temples, ruined palaces make many picturesque memories for the future. Known as the important city for crafts industry and hand printed textiles, worthy of many gifts to be bought for your partner.
AmerA beautiful complex with temples, gardens, pavilions and halls, it gives a dramatic appearance of an era that existed 2 centuries ago. The palace can be accessed only through a steep path either through a hand in hand walk or the fun ride on the amazing painted elephants.The flight of stairs that lead from Shila Mata Temple and Palace complex. Continue reading.
Ramgarh LakeLocated at a distance of 32km northeast of Jaipur, it becomes an ideal long drive and a mini picnic alongside the Ramgarh Lake.Though a huge artificial lake, it is surrounded by a tree covered hills. The antiquities of this place, the Jamwa Mata temple and ruins of old fort have a beautiful landscape in contrast to the lake.
Hawa MahalThe major Rajput Landmark, the 5 storey building with its pink splendor, honey comb sandstone windows is just perfect for tourists or even couples who would love to get a photogenic capture behind this artistic facade. The history behind Hawa Mahal
Sisodia Rani GardenThe love buds can take a stroll in this beautifully landscape garden from the 18th century. With its multilevel gardens, well lit fountains and painted pavilions and lavish living rooms. Vidhyadhar, the then planner has done it with extreme perfection.
And apart from visiting only the places, many festive occasions and fests are a must visit. Have a look at the brief of these fests: Visit more beautiful gardens in Jaipur
Gangaur FairWorth seeing the manifestations of Shiva and Parvati more popularly known as Issar and Gangaur are worshiped mainly by women. The procession involves a march along the streets by women with the idols and happy singing and colorful attires.
Elephant FestivalThis festival is celebrated on Holi eve and with all the colors in the air, it becomes a task to distinguish the intricately and colorfully decorated elephants. Heavy jewellery, adorned and studded fabric and painted elephants are worth capturing. See the colourful festivals of Jaipur
TeejAnother festival Teej is also dedicated to Lord Shiva and Parvati and women pray for a long life for their husbands. Swings decorated with flowers are a special sight during this festival.
Sitla Mata fair, Pushkar Fair, Camel festival and many others are some of the celebrations that are known for their exquisite exhibitions and displays and makes it a must visit for everyone.