Jaipur and Ajmer Tour Idea:
Jaipur and Ajmer tour: Jaipur has been known for decades as the pink city as it is painted with a pink color also there is also a local law which instructs that all buildings be painted with pink color. The reason being pink color is the royal shade and the entire city has been as such ever since under the direction of Maharaja especially for Prince Albert’s visit of 1876.
Jaipur is situated within an approximately from the capital city of Delhi amongst the western Rajasthan region and thus serving as its administrative capital. The location of this city makes it a popular destination for tourists.
Thus, making it a popular city to go to the list of every north Indian tour packages. It is also a part of a very popular tour called The Golden Triangle Tour. Jaipur has its own aura when compared to other destinations of this tour like Delhi and Agra. Though there is no specific season to visit this beautiful city.
Best phase during the winters i.e. from November to February mostly.
Even though the nights will be like regular cold winters yet days can be still hot at times. Summers have a temperature rise of even more than 40 degrees and which when combines with the dusty pollution of the city makes it unbearable. Here monsoons are not so much grateful to the city, after all, it being a part of the Rajasthan.
In spite of the burning summers here, this city will never stop luring you with its beautiful festivals and traditions and never-ending entertainment. The kite festival, Teej Festival, Zee Jaipur Literature festival, the Gangaur fair and there is even an Elephant festival. These festivals attract tourists from across the globe.
The architectural beauty of this city is another key feature of this city which makes it so popular. The top list makers are The Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Ishwar Lat, Albert Hall Museum. All these mentioned are located eccentrically to the center of the city.
There are so many small businesses going along the sides of these places which might surely distract you and make you crave with either their smells when it comes to food and with their vibrantly dyed colors when it comes to fabrics and stuff.
If you are not limited just to the city traveling, well this city also provides with outing trip locations. Like the Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, and even Galtaji Temple also popular with the name of Monkey Temple.
This city has also places for foodie tourists. All popular and exotic dishes across all over Rajasthan like the Mawa Kachori, Ghewar, Mirchi Bada, Dal-batti-churma and much more can be found right here in this city.
This city will not disappoint a single soul. Even the night owlers are drawn to this city. This city has a very distinct charm when it comes to nightlife. This city is full of lounges and discos and clubs. And Bars will never stop serving. The party never stops on the clock for this city.
Another city which no one can miss especially when one travels to Jaipur is the city of Ajmer. When the whole country has a Hindu Muslim coexistence issue. Here lies this city, peacefully and dignified with the existence of each other. What makes this city so sacred is the existence is still a question but the beauty of this city can be felt only when one pays a visit.
When it comes to tourism this city has a popularity of its own kind. One can start from going boating and enjoying the serene beauty of the Ana Sagar lake. One can even soothe itself by the tranquility of the Ajmer Dargah Sharif. This Dargah is open for all kind irrespective of one’s belief.
Another amusing location is Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra which by its name has so many different stories related to it be it supernatural or either just related to its construction. You can even visit the Soniji Ki Nasiyan also commonly known as Jain Temple.
The temples here are filled with impressive work of architectures. Daulat Bagh garden next to the Ana Sagar lake is an exquisite example of the Mughal Architecture. Its build has a resemblance with the Kashmir Gardens.
When one thinks of taking an outing trip from Ajmer it mostly ends up with a visit to the holy shrine of Pushkar Lake. There is a story of a monster named Vajra Naash who was killed by Lord Brahma and during this fight, 3 lotus flower fell from his hand thus creating a lake which is now popular with the name of Pushkar.
There are 52 Ghats around these lakes where one may sit to offer a prayer to Lord Brahma. There is no Hindu ritual complete without ones pay a visit to this holy place especially after the demise of any beloved in the family.
Apart from the fact that Pushkar is filled with Temples, there are also fun activities which go along like the Camel fair and the camel rides. Though there are tons of things to do when it comes to traveling to these two cities but the fun lies when one actually explores it. So why not you explore it with us.