Jaipur and its historic beautiful places

Jaipur is capital city of province Rajasthan. This city was founded by Maharaja Jai Sing 2 on 18 November 1726. Jaipur is also called Pink City because all the historic buildings are built by pink sandstones. According to my indian friend who works at h2o air water Americas Jaipur is very famous tourists’ destination.

City Palace:

City Palace complex is located in north of Rajasthan. It was built between 1729 and 1732. City palace is complex of buildings which has Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces in side and many other buildings. Part of Chandra Mahal is museum and major part is still royal residence. Mubarak Mahal is great example of Rajput and European style architect. It is now a museum; cloths of royal family are displayed in museum and many other things belong to royal family. Chandra Mahal has total seven floors and each floor has specific names. Sukh-Nivas, Rang Mandir, Shobha Nivas, Chhavi Nivas, Shri Niwas and Mukut Mandir are name of floors.

Jal Mahal:

Jal Mahal or Water Palace is located in center of Man Sagar Lake. The Palace and Lake was renovated on 18th century. The boats that float and take the visitors to that Water Palace are designed in Rajasthani style. This is scenic view; palace surrounded by clear water.

Jantar-Mantar Observatory:

Jantar-Mantar is such an amazing place which is built by Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh 2. It is situated near Hawa Palace and City Palace complex. This place is point of interest of hundreds of astrologers, historians and travellers and they come and see this place with amazement. Maharaja Sawai Singh had great interest in astronomy and believed on such things. This Jantar-Mantar was completed in 1734CE.  Jantar-Mantar has a great unique and impressive collection of astronomical instruments; some of them are largest built ever in their categories. They are made up of stone and brass. Instruments are fixed on grounds.