7 Most Intagrammable locations in Jaipur

Instagrammable locations in Jaipur

If Instagrammable locations in Jaipur is what you’re looking for, you’re at the right place.

Our country offers the best of everything. Whereas, Royalty is the highlight that sings the tale of rich and heroic Indian history.

We have a rich history and craftsmanship which makes our infrastructure unique.

One such beautiful place is Jaipur, commonly known as the Pink City. The name Pink comes from the color scheme of the buildings.

Jaipur is the capital city of the state of Rajasthan. It was founded in 1727 by a Kacchava Rajput ruler Jai Singh II.

Although the city is beautiful throughout, here’s a list of some magnificent locations. By getting yourself clicked here, you can not only create memories but also an amazing photo album that never gets old to look at. These locations are every travel enthusiast’s favorite.

We have listed the 7 Most Instagrammable locations in Jaipur:

1. City Palace, Jaipur

The Jaipur City Palace was established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. He moved his court in 1727 from Amer to Jaipur.
The palace was the venue for all the cultural and religious events until 1949.
The city palace got converted into a museum of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. The complex consists of several galleries, courtyards, a restaurant, and other buildings.
The beautiful colors and architecture make it a favorite spot for people.

Jaipur City Palace

2. Amber fort, Jaipur

Situated in the town of Amer, the Amber fort is also known as Amer Fort, which lies 11 km away from Jaipur city. This fort is on a hill called “cheel ka tila” of the Aravalli range and is a principal tourist attraction in Jaipur.
The fort’s architectural design is greatly influenced by Mughal architecture. It’s a four-level palace with a courtyard on each level. The building is constructed of red sandstone and marble. The palace was the home of Rajput Maharajas.
The picture below is of Ganesh pol (gate) which is the entrance to the private palaces of the Maharajas.
Isn’t this place just too magnificent to miss the eye?

Amber Fort

3. Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal was designed by Lal Chand Ustad and the palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. Sawai Pratap Singh was inspired by the Khetri Mahal, built in the year 1770, which is knowns as the wind palace. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khetri_Mahal)
Hawa Mahal consists of 953 small windows also termed as “Jharokha”. These Jharokhas are decorated with latticework.

Hawa Mahal

4. Patrika Gate, Jawahar Circle

The diameter of the Jawahar circle is 452 m, which is huge. According to the locals, it is the largest circular park in Asia. But in reality, the largest circle is in Putrajaya, Malaysia with a diameter of about 3.5 km. Nevertheless, it is Jaipur’s one of the most popular destinations. People come here for spending their leisure time.
The entrance of the Jawahar circle garden is the place where you will find most travelers. Seen here, are the Instagrammers and photographers with their cameras, posing and clicking.
Located on a 30-minutes ride, outside of the city center.
The Patrika gate serves as an entrance to Jawahar Circle Garden. The best part over here is you will get such beautiful pictures. The gate itself is an imposing pink sandstone structure. While every surface of the walls, ceilings, and archways is fascinating. Intricate detail and vibrant pastels adorn the structure.

Patrika gate

5. Nahargarh Fort

Can’t say if it is true! But the fort was believed to be haunted by the spirit of Nahar Singh Bhomia. The spirit obstructed any constructions in the fort. There’s a temple within the fort, built in the memory of Nahar Singh to pacify his spirit. It is also said that the name of the fort was Sudarshangarh. Due to this legend and the temple, it was later renamed after Nahar Singh.
The fort stands on the edge of the Aravalli range with Jaigarh and Amer fort.
Visiting hours are between 10 am to 10 pm. The nightlight of Jaipur city is worth watching from atop the fort.

Nahargarh Fort

6. Panna Meena ka Kund

For the last two decades, the local municipal authority is maintaining this step well. Thus, you will find many travelers coming here to take some good pictures. Although this stepwell is not the largest in the state, it has great historic importance. The stepwell is square in shape with adjoining stairs built along all 4 sides of the walls. There is a room on the northern wall that was used for festive and ceremonial purposes. This stepwell is yellow in color and lies right next to the Amber fort.

7. Bar Palladio in Narain Niwas Palace

Hotel Narain Niwas Palace is one of the finest heritage hotels in Jaipur. It showcases the amazing amalgamation of historic and modern times. The palace was built in the year 1928 by General Amar Singh Ji. This palace is designed in the popular Anglo-Indian style from the victorian era. And is one of the best heritage hotels in the country. Furnished with Ethnic Indian handicrafts, Rajputana-Jaipur-style painted walls in bold electric colors. Hotel Narain Niwas Palace makes an exclusive retreat to its guests.
Bar Palladio is a restaurant and lounge within the hotel. A classic example of Interior design that beats every other in the country.
A must-visit for travelers.

Read more about Hotel Narain Niwas Palace

https://hotelnarainniwas.com/about-us

Bar Palladio

Photographed by Sanya Chugh

Also Read:

https://chalghume.com/5-indian-places-resembling-foreign-destinations/

2 Replies to “7 Most Intagrammable locations in Jaipur”

  1. Wowww❤️❤️

    Thank so much bhn for Sharing such wonderful places, will definitely remember these for future trips. ❤️❤️

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