Hawa Mahal in Jaipur was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. The Mahal is the great combination of Rajput and Mughal Architecture.It was built for royal women to make the most of festivals and events.The construction invloves pink and red sandstone,giving the monument a splendid look.
The erection is such that royal women can enjoy the view of the street and urban life without appearing in the public view.People would indentify crown of Lord Krishna who has 953 jharoka on the Mahal as it resembles the same.The Mahal has more things to tell to it’s viistors making it an unforgetable experience.
Jal Mahal, as the name suggests is the water palace in the pink city, Jaipur. Its one of the tropical architectural styles with a fusion of Rajput and Mughal structures that are just amazing to the eyes.The location is well suited for it to be called as the water palace that is in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake and it was built for the royal family to go on a summer gateway. The best time to visit would be the season of water in the monsoon which refreshes you with it’s enchanting view.There’s still more to the beauty of this Mahal.
Amer Fort is one of the most popular forts to visit in Jaipur. The Amer fort is located on a hill making it the best place for a panoramic view of Jaipur. This fort too is a combination of Rajput and Mughal architecture. The Amer fort was a strong defense house around the city. It would be stupidity to skip a Kathak performance on a full moon night with the event taking place at Deewan-E-Aam of Amber Fort. When you explore this location, surely the experience of light and sound show that presents a rich history of this fort and the city will make it difficult to be unengrossed in it. You would like to know more about this magnificent fort.