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Jaipur Tour

Rajasthan Tour BookingA part of the Golden Triangle Tourist circuit, Jaipur along with Delhi and Agra is one of India's most popular destinations. The city's regal aura coupled with its excellent infrastructure and the traditional Rajasthani hospitality of "Padharo Maro Desh" is the main reason why tourists from all over the world flock to this princely state again and again.

The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur also known the Pink City is renowned the world over for its majestic forts, opulent havelis, beautiful lakes and shimmering sand dunes. Designed by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya as per the Shilpa Shastra- an ancient treatise on architecture and built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II to accommodate the increasing population at Amber, Jaipur is one of the best planned cities of the pre modern era. Built entirely of pink stucco in imitation of the red sandstone buildings of the Mughal cities, the city has been divided into nine blocks and is encircled by a wall that has seven gates. Even today, the city is still remarkable for the width and regularity of its streets.

A thriving tourist destination, people from all over the world come to visit Jaipur. The city's many forts and palaces are what attract the tourists in the first place. The City palace, the Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar observatory, Jal Mahal and Nahargarh Fort are some of the famous attractions of the city.

Shopping in Jaipur is always pleasurable. Jaipur is famous for its semi-precious stones, miniature paintings, silver jewellery and lac items and the city's colorful bazaars make shopping an exhilarating experience. And for those wanting to try their hand at some delectable Rajasthani cuisine, there are many restaurants around the city which provide clean, hygienic and sumptuous traditional Rajasthani cuisine.

Rajasthan Tour BookingHistory of Jaipur :

The history of the Amer-Jaipur region can be traced way back to the 11th century when Prince Dulha Rai left his patrimony of Narwar for Dausa in Eastern Rajasthan. Married to a daughter of a Chauhan Chief of Moran, he with the help of the army of his in-laws captured Dausa and Bhandarej and consolidated his position further by annexing Manch (Ramgarh),and defeating Bargujar chief of Deoti (Rajorgarh- Paranagar region). A very brave name, his chivalrous acts are narrated in the bardic tales and also in a love lyric originally composed by Kushal labh, a Jain, resident of Jaisalmer in 16th cent. His son and successor Kakil Dev was equally brave. He established his control over the Amber-Bairath region, built the Ambikeshwar Mahadeva Temple, and made Amber his capital.

The city of Amer continued to grow as each successor began to consolidate his position and extend the frontiers of the kingdom. Prince Pajwan, who fought alongside the valiant Prithvi Raj in the campaigns against the Chandelas of Mahoha, Jaichand of Kanauj and in the battle of Tarain and Maharaja Prithvi Raj, who led the Rajput confederacy alongwith Rana Sanga of Mewar against Babar were some of the brave Kachhwaha rulers who fought valiantly for the glory of Amer.

However, it was under Maharaja Bharmal, the fourth son of Prithvi Raj that Amer became a very powerful Rajput state and began to play an important role in the subsequent history of Rajasthan. He was the first Rajput king who realized the importance of allying with Akbar- the great Mughal king. This alliance, which continued for well over two centuries proved to be of great help to both the parties. While the Mughals gained unflinching loyalty and great administrative skill from the Kachhwaha Rajputs, the rulers of Amber by allying with the Mughals were able to give the much needed peace and prosperity to their people, which in the long way went in establishing Amer-Jaipur as one of the most thriving city in the State.

The next important ruler to have come to the throne of Amer was Sawai Jai Singh II. A great Statesman and a keen astrologer, he along with his architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya laid the foundation of the present city of Jaipur. Built to accommodate the increasing population at Amber, the city of Jaipur designed as per the ancient Shilpa Shastra is one of the best planned cities of the pre modern era. Divided into nine blocks and encircled by a masonry crenellated wall that has seven gates, the city follows the grid system with wide straight roads, streets and lanes.

However, it was in the 19th century that Jaipur earned the epitaph “Pink City'. There is a very interesting story behind it. According to the local fables, when some ambassadors of the Prince of Wales visited the city prior to his visit, someone insultingly called them the 'pink-faced monkey', as a result of the contempt for the British who had India under their clutches. To make up for his rashness and as a diplomatic tact, Raja and his ministers maintained that the person had called them so in reverence, as the 'monkey' was worshipped in the region as 'Hanuman' and pink was the sacred color of the region. To give conviction to their seemingly improbable reason they painted the city pink on the Prince's arrival. Others maintain that city was painted pink merely because the contractor was unable to supply any other color in such huge quantities. Since then the pink color has been associated with Jaipur.

Rajasthan Tour BookingClimate of Jaipur :

Located near the desert, Jaipur has an extreme climate- hot and scorching summers and cool winters. The temperature varies from 45 degrees in summer to below five degrees in winters. Monsoons are not much of a problem and visitors can visit Jaipur anytime between September to March.

Facts and Figures of Jaipur :

  • Population : 2,324,319
  • Altitude : 431 meters above sea level
  • Languages : Hindi and English
  • Best time to visit : October to March
  • STD code : 0141

How to reach Jaipur : The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is about 258 kilometers from Delhi, 232 kilometers from Agra, 350 kilometers from Gwalior and 405 kilometers from Udaipur. Being a part of the Golden Triangle Tourist circuit that includes Delhi and Agra, Jaipur is well connected with major parts of the country and easily accessible by air, road and rail.

By Road : Jaipur is well connected by road to all major towns of India. A network of good motor able roads and private and government buses connect Jaipur to the nearby cities.

By Train : Jaipur is well connected by trains to all the major cities of India. There are many trains that connect Jaipur with all the major cities of India. For those keen to enjoy a royal ride, there is the Palace on Wheels, which leaves Delhi every Saturday and passes through a number of tourist destinations in Rajasthan.

By Air : The Sanganer Airport located just 10 km from the city connects Jaipur to all the major cities of India.

Rajasthan Tour BookingTourist Attractions :

Jaipur TourThe City Palace : Built in early 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the City Palace represents a unique blend of Rajasthani and Mughal styles in its pillars, arches, mehrabs, grills and beautiful inlay works. A symbol of the royal elegance and courtly splendor, a part of this palace is still occupied by the royal family. The palace complex comprises of many structures, courtyards, gardens and halls like the Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal and Badal Mahal. There is also a famous temple called the Shri Govind Temple within the precincts of the palace as well as a museum called the City Palace Museum.

There are two main entrances to the palace: the Jaleb Chowk and the Tripolia Gate side. As one enters from the Birendra Pole from the Tripolia Gate side, one finds the imposing Mubarak Mahal. Built by Sawai Madho Singh II in the 19th century to welcome his guests, the Mahal has now been converted to a textile museum where various royal costumes like the exquisite and precious Pashmina Shawls, Benarasi silk saris, Sanganeri prints, Tie and Die Lehariya including the voluminous clothes worn by the giant Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I (1750-68) are displayed. Also on display are various musical instruments, glass cutlery and Indian games.

A seven storied Palace, where each level has a distinct name, the Chandra Mahal located on the northwest part of the palace towers high above all the surrounding buildings. While the two lower levels i.e the Silek Khana display different kinds of arms and armour of the Kachhwaha rulers of Jaipur, the Sukh Nivas or the 'Hall of Rest', is the drawing and the dining area. On the fourth floor is the 'Shobha Nivas' or 'Hall of Beauty' which is decorated with mirrors all over and has gold leaf and mica decorations. The fifth floor is the 'Chavi Nivas' or the 'Hall of Images' and the sixth floor is known for the beautiful view it offers of the surrounding area. The uppermost floor is called the 'Mukut Mahal' or the 'Crown building'. Towards the north of Chandra Mahal there is the Jai-niwas garden and in the midst of the garden is the Shri Govind Devji temple.

From the Sileh Khana, one moves into the Sarvatobhadra, which, in the 18th-19th century used to function as the Diwan-e-khas- the place from where the Maharajas used to give their advice to their ministers. The area has now been converted to a visitor's rest's area where two silver jars weighing 345 kg each - the world's largest silver vessels are displayed.

From Sileh Khana towards interior courtyard there is the Sarvatobhadra which is known as Sarvata also. During 18th-19th century this place was used as Diwan-e khas, where Maharajas used to give their advice to their ministers. Now this area has been converted to visitor's rest's area and the world's largest silver vessels are also displayed here. There is another gate from eastern side to enter into the Art Gallery. This Art Gallery, which earlier used to function as the Sabha-niwas, now houses a a rich collection of Rajasthani Miniature Paintings, 17th century Persian carpets, paper cuttings, illustrated and un illustrated manuscripts like the Ragamala, Durga Path, Srimad-Bhagavata , various photographs and photographic instruments, as well the the life size portraits of the various rulers of Jaipur.

Rajasthan Tour BookingAmber Fort : Located at a distance of 11 kilometers from Jaipur is the Amer Fort, one of the most important monuments of Rajputana. A stunning piece of Indian architecture, the exterior of the Fort is not in the least like its interiors. While the outside is very imposing and rugged looking, the inside is very comforting with warm interiors influenced by Hindu and Muslim style of ornamentation. One of India's best-preserved medieval citadels, the fort built of white marble and red sandstone is renowned for its Sheesh Mahal- the Mirror Palace. Patterned mosaics, colored glass and mirror decorate the Sheesh Mahal from floor to ceiling, creating a palace of almost unbelievable beauty.

Amber Fort jaipurThe interiors boast of expressive paintings that come alive with intricate carvings, precious stones and minute mirror work. The fort is divided in four sections and one can reach them either by climbing the imposing stairway or riding royally on top of an elephant. Surajpol, which is the main gate, leads to Jaleb Chowk, the main courtyard. From there one has to climb up the stairs to reach the palace. The fort is dominated by two buildings- the Diwan-e-Aam (the Hall of Public Audience) and the intricately painted double-storied Ganesh Pol gate which leads to the residential apartments of the Maharaja. The Jai Mandir or Hall of Victory has a dazzling mirror ceiling and an inlaid panel, the Sukh Niwas or Residence of Pleasure has an ivory inlaid sandalwood door and exquisitely carved jaalis or screens while the Zenana or Palace of Women has rooms that are connected by a common corridor.

Hawa Mahal jaipurHawa Mahal : Jaipur's best-known landmark, the Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds built by the poet King Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 is a remarkable structure that overlooks one of the main streets and also provides some excellent views of the city especially the Jantar Mantar. Designed for the royal ladies to watch and enjoy the processions and other activities, on the street below, this five storied stunning semi-octagonal monument having 953 windows with over hanging latticed balconies is a fine piece of Rajput architecture. Built of pink & red sandstone as a giant honeycomb, Hawa Mahal is an extension of the Zenana (women's chambers) of the City Palace complex. The palace gets its name because of its small windows that circulate cool air naturally throughout the building even in the hottest months of June and July. Beautifully carved and outlined with white border and motif, the Mahal is truly a fine representation of Rajasthani architectural style and artistry. The best time to visit Hawa Mahal is in the early morning, right when the sun is rising for it is at sunrise that the Mahal looks totally mesmerizing like an impalpable dream. A small archeological museum located just near the Mahal further provides a glimpse of art and craft of Rajasthan.

Jantar Mantar JaipurRajasthan Tour BookingJantar Mantar : One of the five observatories built by the astrologer king Sawai Jai Singh II, the Jantar Mantar of Jaipur was constructed in the year 1728 A.D. Located close to the City Palace, the Jantar Mantar, which is a mispronunciation of Sanskrit word Yantra Mantra has been described as the most surrealistic and logical landscape in stone. It was built to measure the local time, the sun's declination, altitude, the declination of stars, planets and to determine eclipses.

There is a very fascinating story behind the construction of the stone observatory. As per the story, the Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II sent his envoys to various parts of the world who then returned with many manuals on astronomy containing cutting-edge technological information. Among these manuals was a copy of La Hire's "Tables". Impressed by it, Sawai Jai Sing II ordered the observatory to be constructed as per the details available in this manual and amazingly, after Jantar Mantar was built, it was discovered that the Observatory was more accurate than the Table itself.

Instruments in the Observatory :

  • Samrat Yatra : Samrat Yantra consists of a massive triangle with a curved structure on both sides.
  • Ram Yantra : It is an instrument used to indicate the altitude and the azimuth or declination of celestial bodies.
  • Jai Prakash Yantra : It is used to find out the positions of the celestial bodies during days and nights. It is a two hemispherical bowl structure, which represents the celestial sphere and there is a vertical rod in the center.

Rajasthan Tour BookingJaigarh Fort : Falling in the category of the ‘Giri or Parvata Durg’, the Jaigarh Fort standing in the midst of thorn-scrub Aravali hills is one the most forbidding and imposing forts of Jaipur. Located in the old city of Amer, the Jaigarh fort built by Mirza Raja Jai Singh was subsequently developed by his succeeding rulers. Sawai Jai Singh II contributed to a great extent in modernization and remodeling of the fort as evident from a poem composed by Puran Kapadi, a court poet of Sawai Jai Singh.

Jaigarh Fort jaipurSpread along an area of 3 km from north to south and 1 km from east to west and standing on top of an hilltop at a height of 500 ft., the fort is one amongst the few hard-core fortress and military structures of medieval India that is still well preserved and intact. Built to bolster up the defense of Amer, the fort of victory unlike most other forts and palaces of Jaipur is quite plain and simple. It has moats and all the features one would expect of a full-fledged citadel.

On entering the fort from the main gate, the Dungar Darwaza, one cannot but get overwhelmed by the breath taking views that it offers of the city below. Built between the mid 15th and mid 18th century, the fort has palaces, granary, a well-planned cannon foundry, several temples, a tall tower and a giant cannon known as Jaivan, believed to be the largest cannon in the world. The Subhat Niwas or the hall for addressing the soldiers standing on a huge platform has a beautiful 18 pillared hall; the Khilbati Niwas was a meeting place where the Army Generals, nobles and other confidants met to discuss war strategy; the Laxmi Vilas is probably the most beautiful building of the fort. With beautifully carved pillars and araish worked floors and doors are made of sandalwood with inlaid ivory work, it was the royal entertainment area where the royals witnessed music and dance shows.

However, it is the Jaivana, reportedly the world's largest cannon on wheels that forms the highlight of the Jiagarh tour. Built in the Jaigarh's foundry during reign of Maharaja Sawai Jaisingh, the canon weighing 50 tons with a trajectory of about 20km is said to have been fired once during its lifetime (in 1720). The impact of it was so enormous that a lake got formed at the very spot where the cannon ball landed. Many houses collapsed in Jaipur and the person who had fired the canon died immediately after the firing, before he could even jump into water. Infact, such was the fear of the canon that nobody ever attacked the fort. There's even a notice here which proudly says, "because of the strong defense system, management and the foresightedness of the rulers, the enemy never dared to enter the fort." Despite its awesome firepower, the canon has delicate scrollwork of birds, foliage and a roaring elephant at its mouth.

The Fort has a lot of wide water channels, which were a part of a rainwater harvesting system. There are 3 underground tanks at the fort, the largest one of which could store 60, 00,000 gallons of water. A very interesting story is associated with this tank. It is said that all the spoils of war were stored in this special underground vault and that every new ruler would enter this treasure chamber after his coronation and take all he could carry on his person. Infact, such was the rumor of the treasure that it led the Government of India to close the place to the public for seven years while, it tried to retrieve the treasure. Though the treasure was never found, the GoI in its efforts to find the treasure drained the three arched water tanks in the hope of finding the fortune there.

Other sights worth seeing at the fort are the seven-storied Diya Burj, the turret of lamps from where ones get a panoramic view of the city of Jaipur; the Sagar Talav, with octagonal bastions and huge dams, is one of the fort's grand reservoirs and a fine example of the Rajasthani ingenuity; the museum of artifacts , which houses a huge collection of paintings, photographs and coins; the 'theater' hall where the rajas had their share of entertainment - dance, music recitals and puppet shows- a tradition that has been kept alive even now.

Since it was built as a military fort, Jaigarh fort is full of secret back passages. At times of emergency, it acted as a strong bastion by offering the royal family, who used to stay at the Amer Palace, a chance to escape.

Rajasthan Tour BookingNahargarh Fort jaipurNahargarh Fort : Built in 1734, the Nahargarh Fort provides some stunning views of Jaipur city. One of the first three forts built by the rulers of Jaipur, the Nahargarh fort which means the abode of the tigers, just like the Jaigarh fort was built to bolster up the defence of Amer. Though it was built by Sawai Raja Jai Singh, certain additions and modifications were made to it in the 19th century by Sawai Ram Singh II and Sawai Madho Singh II.

A very interesting feature of Nahargarh Fort is the Madhavendra Bhawan. Designed by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, the designer of Jaipur, the Bhavan has a cluster of 12 identical suits for queens which are arranged in such a way that the king could visit any one queen’s room without the knowledge of the others. At the head of the cluster was a suit for the king himself. Set in the shape of a rectangle, the palace has some very beautiful frescoes and stucco designs. During the rainy season, it was used as a monsoon retreat. While the queens used to come here for a stroll, the king used to go on a duck hunting spree. Nahargarh Fort was also the place where the royal treasures were kept before Man Singh II moved it in the 1940s to Moti Doongri.

There is a very fascinating story behind the naming of it fort. According to the story, the fort is named after Nahar Singh, a Rathore prince whose spirit would cause mischief and delay the construction of the fort. To appease the spirit, a prayer was held and the ghost agreed to leave on condition that the fort is named after him. Later on, a small fortress was built at Purana Ghat where the spirit could reside.

Rajasthan Tour BookingKanak Valley : Settled in the midst of the beautiful Aravalli ranges on one side and the Dharbawati River on the other is the Kanak valley. A popular place for picnics, excurions and film shooting, the valley with its dhok and kadamba trees, cascading waterfalls, brooks, ponds and tons of vegetation, including many flowering and fragrant variety of plants makes an idyllic stopover point for the wearied traveller.

Nestled in the foothills of Nahargarh hills, the complex houses temples that are at least three centuries old. The temples of Govind Deoji and Natawarji are located here. It is said that the founder of Jaipur Sawai Jai Singh himself named the place as Kanak Vrindavan because the beautiful place reminded him of Vrindavan, the land of Lord Krishna. He therefore installed an idol of Shri Govind Deoji and built a temple in his honor. A truly fascinating piece of architecture, the temple is a real sight to behold with its intrinsic chhatris and beautiful jali and mirror work.

The Garbhagriha, the place where the Lord is seated is simply breathtaking for its 'panni work'. Lying at the threshold of the Garbhagriha is the parikrama, a small fountain made from a single glistening marble block. In between the two temples lies the Kanak Bagh- a geometrically designed garden with eight sections, four chhatris and four kabanis all arranged geometrically. A series of fountains carpeted by lush green grass further adorn the Bagh. However, it is at night when the temple is lit and strains of bhajans and aartis reverberates through the air and during the Teej and Gangaur festivals that the beauty of the temple is further enhanced.

Sisodia Rani ka Bagh : Built in 1728 by Raja Sawai Jai Singh for his Sisodia bride, the beautiful Sisodia Rani ka Bagh appears like a green oasis in midst the vast barren land. Located on the Jaipur Agra road, the garden provided the perfect gateway to the queen to escape the daily court intrigues and enjoy the beautiful landscape and fresh air. Laid out in the typical Mughal style with fountains, water channels and many painted pavilions; the multi-tiered garden depicts the legend of the eternal lovers Radha-Krishna in its many murals and paintings. Nearby these beautiful gardens are the natural springs of Galta where the famous temples of Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman are located.

Laxmi Narayan Temple : The Laxmi Narayan temple also known as the Birla Mandir is located close to the Moti Doongri fort. Dedicated to Shri Lakshmi-Narayan, the temple built by the Birlas,a wealthy industrialist family symbolizes the secular spirit of the country with its three domes representing three different faiths. Built on an elevated ground, the temple surrounded by large lush green gardens is made entirely of marble. An architectural marvel, the temple which appears to glow in the moon light, the temples houses many Hindu deities of Hindu pantheon while its exterior showcases great historical personages and religious figures from other religions, which includes - Socrates, Zarathustra, Christ, Buddha and Confucius.

Rajasthan Tour BookingShopping in Jaipur :

A number of handicraft items and other artifacts make Jaipur a wonderful destination for shopping and its colorful bazaars offer tourists a great opportunity to shop and enjoy the vibrant culture of the region. Jauhari Bazar, Bapu Bazar, Nehru Bazar, Chaura Rasta, Tripolia Bazar and M.I. Raod are some of the areas where one can here shop for jewellery, beautiful gems, semi precious stones, kundan and minakri work (enamel work on gold), cotton fabric including sanganeri prints, tie-dye, and fine kota doria The exotic blue pottery, enamel ware and brass ware, make excellent souvenirs and gift items. The pink city is also famous for its woolen carpets, cotton rugs, and leather footwear, specially embroidered Jootis.

Shopping in JaipurIn Jaipur, special streets and city sectors are earmarked for special products. The Jauhari Bazaar is famous for precious and semi precious stones, Kundan jewelry and silver jewelry. Infact, the city of Jaipur enjoys a high reputation for the manufacture of jewellery. It is one of the most active jewel markets and is famous all over the world for its precious and semi-precious stones as also for the cutting, polishing and setting of these stone, particularly that of diamonds, topaz and emeralds.

Jaipur is also famous for its textiles. The tie and dye (bandhej) fabrics are very typical of this region. The Sanganeri and Bagru block prints are the craze these days and the best shops are lined along the Jauhari Bazaar and Badi Chaupar. The Pink city is also known for producing soft and warm quilts. Jaipuri razai as it is called is quiet popular and most Indians touring Jaipur shop for these quilts. Though these quilts weigh quite a lot they are fairly warm. One can shop for these quilts and also for antiques and pseudo-antiques at the shops lined across the Hawa Mahal.

For those interested in blue pottery and hand made paper, Sanganer is the perfect place to visit. The narrow Khajanewalon-ka-Rasta off Chandpole Bazaar is the main center of stone carving. A lot of shops dealing in marble statuary can to be found here and while the Maniharon-ka-Rasta in the Tripolia Bazaar area specializes in lac bangles, Ramganj Bazaar, is known for its traditional chappals and jutis (leather footwear).

Shopping is an exciting way of discovering the art and craft tradition of the region and no tour to Jaipur is complete without a shopping spree in its colorful bazaars. For those, who want to watch the celebrated minakars, kunda workers, gem-cutters and ornament makers at work, a visit to their workshops at Jadiyon-ka-Rasta, Gopalji-ka-Rasta, Haldiyon-ka-rasta and the adjoining lanes is a must.

Rajasthan Tour BookingEating out in Jaipur :

Eating out in JaipurFor those wanting to enjoy a hearty meal, Jaipur has a lot of eating joints that offer traditional Rajasthani food to Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine. For those keen to savor the rich Rajasthani food there is Choki Dhani- a five star ethnic resort that offer only traditional vegetarian meals in their rustic way with lots of desi ghee and no tables. Here, one can enjoy various folk performances and a camel and elephant ride before lunch or dinner. There are also various multi-cuisine restaurants.

For those wanting to enjoy a hearty meal, Jaipur has a lot of eating joints that offer traditional Rajasthani food to Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine. For those keen to savor the rich Rajasthani food there is Choki Dhani- a five star ethnic resort that offer only traditional vegetarian meals in their rustic way with lots of desi ghee and no tables. Here, one can enjoy various folk performances and a camel and elephant ride before lunch or dinner. There are also various multi-cuisine restaurants.

A few eating joints in Jaipur are :

Coffee Shops :

  • Baradari Mansingh Hotel: Hawa Mahal Jai Mahal Palace
  • Neel Mahal: Rambagh Palace
  • Palms: Holiday Inn

Fast Food :

  • Fresh Flavours: Subhas Marg, C-Scheme (Vegetarian)
  • Garden Cafe: A-6, Mahaveer Marh, Near Statue Circle
  • Hotel Breads: Sarojini Marg, C- Scheme.
  • Pizza Hut:Ganpati Plaza, M.I. Road Surya Mahal M.I. Road (Multi Cuisine)
  • Wimpy: Raja Park (Burgers, Pizzas)

Rajasthan Tour BookingBars :

  • Chetta Hotel: Jaipur Ashok
  • Madhu Shala: Mangal Hotel
  • Maharani Express: Manarani Palace
  • Hotel Mansagar: The Trident
  • Talab: Swagatam Hotel
  • Madhu Shala: Hotel Teej
  • Sheesh Mahal:Welcomgroup Rajputana Sheraton
  • Polo: Rambagh Palace
  • Hotel Rana Sanga: Roof Top Mansingh Palace
  • Rang Mahal: Jai Mahal Palace
  • Saqui: Gangaur Tourist Bungalow
  • Tarang: Hotel Clark's Amer
  • Umar Khayaam: Hotel Khasa Kothi