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The Pink City of India

Jaipur, also known as Pink City, is the largest city and the capital of Rajasthan. The city was built by Sawai Jai Singh and was also India's first planned city. The ambience of the city evokes a royal charm combined with a rich culture, which attracts tourists from all over the world. The magnificently designed forts, beautiful havelis and serene temples add on to the eternal glory of Jaipur and make it a place worth visiting at least once in your life. The intricate handicraft items and exquisite jewellery available here is also a major reason for tourist attraction.

How to get there:
  • By Air: Jaipur is a well-connected city and there are regular flights from metropolitan cities to Jaipur. The closest airport is the Sanganer Airport that lies just 10 km from the city center.
  • By Train: Jaipur is well-connected by rail and some of the best trains available to reach Jaipur are Adi SJ Rajdhani, Pune Jaipur Express, Ajmer Shatabdi and Jaipur Express.
  • By Road: Travelling by road is the most popular and pocket-friendly means of traveling to Jaipur. You can choose from Volvos, Rajasthan state-run buses and deluxe buses that ply frequently to Jaipur. These operate from Delhi, Vadodara, Ajmer, Udaipur, Kota and Ahmedabad at regular intervals.
Best time to visit:

The best season to visit Jaipur is the winter season, i.e. from early November through to February. At this time, the weather is cool along with moderate sunlight during the day which makes it ideal for sightseeing.  You can also attend the Jaipur Literature Fest that takes place during January.

V Recommended: Food to eat
Rajasthani Cuisine
The arid vegetation of the Rjasthan lends itself in the most delicious way to the flavors of the region. From the commoner's staple Dal Bati Churma to the more indulgent Laal Maas, the Rajasthani flavors bring alive the spicy treat the royal land is much regarded for.  Click here to read more about the Rajasthani cuisine.  .
V Recommended: Things to buy
Shopping in Jaipur
When it comes to shopping, Jaipur is a shopper’s haven. One can find traditional Rajasthani jewellery and clothes at Tripolia Bazaar, marble sculptures at Chandpol Bazaar and get some amazing deals on wooden souvenirs and colorful handicrafts at Mirza Ismail Road (MI. Road). If you’re a shoe lover, you can also pick up Rajasthani jootis at Nehru Bazaar and mojari shoes at Bapu Bazaar. .
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