Do you love to travel? Does your camera accompanies you everywhere you go? If the answer is yes, chances are that you are also a passionate photographer who wishes to capture the essence of every place you visit.
If you are planning to visit Jaipur anytime soon, these are some of the places, which you must capture-
Jal Mahal, also known as the Water Palace, is a place which is loved by the tourists and locals alike. With majestic Nahargarh Hills at the backdrop and a serene lake at the front, it is one of the most photogenic sites in Jaipur. Views of the hills adorned with forts from the terrace of the palace will leave you mesmerized for some time for sure. The palace gives you ample opportunities to spot flamingos and click their beautiful pictures.
Albert Hall Museum
The ‘Albert Hall Museum’, located inside the ‘Ram Niwas Garden’, is said to be the oldest museum of Rajasthan. The foundation of the museum was laid in 1876 by the then Prince of Wales, Albert Edward. The museum was opened to public in the year 1887 and has been a famous tourist attraction since then. Beautifully carved arches and use of pink sandstone in the construction can be noticed from even a far-off distance. Get a picturesque view of Albert Hall during evening when the pigeons sit on its chattris and fly all around.
Overlooking the majestic ‘Amber Fort’, the ‘Jaigarh Fort’ stands at the top of ‘Cheel Ka Teela’ Hill in the Aravali Range. The most noticeable part of the fort is that the temples, water reservoirs, and residential complexes inside the fort are still intact and well-preserved. It is one of the best sightseeing places in Jaipur and ensures a wonderful experience.
Reaching Jaipur is not a task as it is well-connected to all the major cities through roadways and railways. You can book a New Delhi to Jaipur Train and check your PNR status online.
Kanak Vrindavan, also known as the ‘Kanak Ghati’, is a beautiful garden close to the Aravali range. It is located at a distance of approximately 8 km from Jaipur towards Amber Fort. The lush green manicured lawns, beautiful fountains lining up the pathways, statues of Lord Krishna and intricate carvings add to the beauty of this garden.
Located close to the ‘Albert Hall Museum’, the ‘Jaipur Zoo’ is a famous tourist attraction. Covering a sprawling area of about 33 acres, this Zoo was established in 1877 by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II. It is home to various species of birds, mammals, and reptiles. Tigers, panthers, cheetahs, and a variety of colourful birds can also be easily spotted here. It is a great place to spend a day amidst tranquil surroundings and greenery. Those who love wildlife photography, this is the place to be.
So, wait no more! Plan a trip to Jaipur soon and click some beautiful pictures at these scenic locations.