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Museum Walk With Vibrant Markets

  • Museum Walk With Vibrant Markets

    India as a country has been acknowledged for the long list of traditions that it monopolizes over other countries. The idea of touring India emancipates the person into a new world order. Every state, every city, has a rare taste of its own culture. Pink city is undoubtedly most particular in the notion of festivals and traditions it culminates. Initiating from the kite festival, the elephant festival, holi, teej, literary festival, Jaipur international film festival etecetra are a segment of its juncture.
    There is this one tradition unlike others which the tourists can subjugate over others any season or day, is the Jaipur City Walk. A guided tour that originates from the Albert Hall Museum and swan song is at Choti Chaupar. In the midst it canvases New Gate,Thateron ka Rasta, Anant Bhagwan ka Mandir, Sarvajanik Kuan, Jain Temple, Andheri Darwaja, Rajasthan School of Arts, and Maharaja Girls School.
    Taking off from the Albert Hall Museum, the reason why that place was build by King Sawai Ram Singh II is explained. The grandeur of this place holds since 1876 AD and an astounding example of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture contemplated by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob.
    Next pit stop of Jaipur City Walk is at New Gate. The history behind this is, once the whole old city was encircled with a huge wall and there were only seven gates through which one could enter or exit this place. New gate is the 8th pol or gate which was opened up across the Ram Niwas Bagh in the middle of 20th century.
    Then comes to Nanak Ram Patel ki Gali or Thatheron Ka Rasta, where brass making craftsmen reside and still work with the traditional hand tools.
    Anant Bhagwan Ka Mandir along Nataniyo ka Rasta is the next big centre of attraction of the Jaipur City Walk. This temple is over 250 years old still preserving the old materials and building skills.
    Walking down the lane ,now you will find the Sarvajanik Kuan or The Public Well – the place where women used to gather while drawing water and shared talks .
    Sangh Ji – Jain Temple is famed for its conventional Kundan work on the walls, built in 1731.
    The Jaipur City Walk goes dark as you now enter a dim passage covering Sanghon Ka rasta to Kishanpole Bazar over which buildings exist.
    In comes Nataniyo ki Haveli, now commonly known as Maharaja Girls School.
    And this great guided Jaipur City Walk comes to an end at Choti Chaupar - one of the three large civic squares space casted at the cross section of crucial streets, being the assemblage in fairs and festivals. Think pink, get linked to the history and heritage of Jaipur with Jaipur City Walk.



    Albert Hall is one of the well-known Museum which was built by "Sawai Ram Singh II" in 1868. This museum has a wide range of collection of art and culture. The museum includes ancient sculpture, paintings, costumes, decorative ware, miniature portrait, metal ware, brassware, woodwork, pottery and carpets which attracts your eyes.
    City Palace Museum was built by Raja Jai Singh 2. City palace welcomes you with an outstanding brass gateway. The first building comes is the "Mubarak Mahal" which has a great textile section of the Museum. These tourist attractions not only gives pleasure to eyes but also makes the museum look more different and beautiful. Other tourist attractions inside the museum are Shri Govind Dev Ji Temple, Diwan-e-khas, Chandra Mahal and Badal Mahal. This is one of the major tourist attractions of the city which is visited by every travelers round the world.

    >> In this heritage walk, you will be taken to visit the pre-historic buildings which are now turned in famous museums of the city.
    >> These museum houses the ancient sculptures, painting, history and culture. One will enjoy the beauty of the museum and will surely be overwhelmed by the royal architecture.
    >> After the famous Albert Hall, you will be taken on a short 2 km walk through one of the famous market in the Old Pink City "Tripolia Bazaar".
    >> This bazaar is famous for its handicraft items, precious stones, silver jewelries, miniature paintings and several other items.
    >> Enjoy the local markets and narrow streets.


    >> Duration: 3-4 Hours - RATE – 25 USD PER PERSON
    >> Meeting Point: Ram Niwas Garden at 9:00 AM everyday
    >> Total Distance Covered: 8-10 Km max.
    >> Ending Point: Ram Niwas Garden or City Palace as per your Tour
    >> Group Size: Min-2 and Max-10
    >> Tour Price Includes: Tour Guide, rikshaw ride, Snacks and Beverages.



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