Sanganer is located 11 km southeast of Jaipur and serves as
the airport for the city. the small town of Sanganer located near the
airport is famed for its block printing and papermaking craft traditions.
The city of Ajmer is famous as a pilgrim place. It houses
the Dargah or tomb of the popular 13th-century, Sufi Saint Hazrat Khwaja
Moinuddin Hasan Chisti. Millions of pilgrims from all over the world throng
Ajmer to attend the death anniversary of the great saint every year.
Samode is situated in the royal Indian state of Rajasthan
around 42 km from Jaipur, the capital city. Located on way to Shekhawati,
this small village is famous for its haveli and fort. The Samode Palace now
a heritage hotel is built in the pattern of an open courtyard with rooms
leading of the arched corridor that runs along all the four sides of the
Pushkar is a city of temples of all, through not as much
old or in number as generally claimed. There are very famous temples like
Brahma Temple, said to be only one temple dedicated to Lord Brahma. Savitri
Temple on a hilltop. It has a beautiful view of Pushkar Lake in the morning.
The city of Alwar is referred to as the gateway to the
historic and colourful state of Rajasthan. The Vinay Vilas Mahal, The Bala
Fort are the main tourist attraction of Alwar. The Lake beside the city
palace complex, and the Tomb of Sultan is another place to visit.
Kishangarh the capital of princely state ruled by Rathors.
The main attraction in kishangarh are its fort and Phool Mahal now converted
in to a hotel. the town is a rich storehouse of marbles.
Nestled in a narrow valley, this beautiful garden was built
in honour of jai Singh's chief architect and town planner.
The temple of the sun god at Galta is 100m above Jaipur to
the east, a 2.5km climb from Surajpol. A deep, temple-studded gorge stands
behind the temple and there are good views over the surrounding plains.
The cenotaphs of the royal family are at Gaitor, just
outside the city walls. The cenotaph of Maharaja Jai Singh II is
particularly impressive. The cenotaphs of the maharanis of Jaipur are on
Ambr road, midway between Jaipur and Amber. Nearby is the Jal Mahal (water
Palace), in the middle of the lake and reached by a causeway.
An important historical place with the excavated remains of
a circular Buddhist temple - unique in Rajasthani and the earliest known
temple in India. Bairath also has relics of the Mauryan, Mughal and Rajput
periods. A mint constructed by Akbar, a beautiful Mughal garden and a
remarkable monument with painted chhatris and wall built by Jahangir are
A huge artificial lake created by constructing a high bund
amidst tree covered hills. While the temple of Jamwa Mata and the ruins of
the old fort are some of its antiquities, its beautiful landscape,
especially during in oils pools, makes it an idyllic picnic spot