foundation of this royal city can be traced in 1727,
where Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II discovered Jaipur as
an apt place to inhabit. Jaipur being the first planned
city of India portrays magnificent architectural
structures. The city was intended by Vidhyadhar
bhattacharya (chief architecture) according to the Hindu
essay of architecture, Shilpa-Shastra. City serves to be
the finest destination for
leisure and luxury. One can
feel the grandeur of the kings and queens, during their
visit at the royal monuments.
The city has exceptionally developed in terms of
technology, infrastructure, medical, real estate,
education, IT and anonymous. The transformations that
took place were extreme, and can easily be detected. The
city today is loaded with numerous malls, multiplex,
Nevertheless, in this fast pace of lifestyle, Jaipur's
erstwhile charm is still maintained, which reflects
during the visit in the city. The pleasing pink color
from the medieval days welcomes with open arms. The city
stands distinct in a way that the modern feature of it
embraces the traditions of the old city that still
bustles with great bazaars.
The old fraction of the city is almost the same as it
was. The royal architecture and the full-of-life alleys
of the city enchant every heart. The visitors to these
'wonder quarters' can never return empty handed, as the
captivating artifacts, abundantly colorful textiles, and
various other products are so irresistible.
The city encompasses some of the awe-inspiring
architectural structures in its vicinity, for instance,
Dev ji temple. This legendary temple has been
recorded in Gunnies' book of world records for its
immense and astounding structure. The temple is capable
of accommodating 5000 devotees at a time. The temple
covers an area of 15,827 sq. feet, which is roofed up
with a single span of 119 feet. This beautiful temple is
devoted to lord Krishna, the chief deity of Kachhawaha’s.
The temple was built during the reign of Maharaja Sawai
Jai Singh II, and it embraces utmost importance for
Jaipur is known as the hottest
destination for tourism,
and includes many grand palace
hotels in its vicinity.
The hotels of the city are so exquisitely regal, and the
experience of the stay is one of a kind. These palaces
were once the abodes of the Kings and their families,
the royalty can still be sensed during the stay. Raj
Vilas, Oberio’s, Rajputana, Trident, Alsisar haveli,
Samode haveli, Narain Niwas Palace, and Ram bagh palace
hotel are legacies dwelling in the city. Each hotel is
drenched in the charm of the royal medieval era.
Specially, the Raj Vilas, the hotel is awarded for its
best service in pan Asia. For more feasible information
peruse www.Jaipur.cc, the portal is swamped with
comprehensions for almost all the aspects of Jaipur.
There are numerous places in Jaipur, unparalleled in
terms of beauty and architecture, for instance, the
renowned cinema hall- the
Raj Mandir Theatre. This
cinema hall embraces mesmerizing interiors and
magnificent exteriors. Constructed in 1976, architect by W.M. Namjoshi, this cinema has maintained its beauty
along with the cost. The cinema hall attracts many
visitors. Jaipur Zoological garden at
Ram Niwas Bagh is
recognized for its largest crocodile breeding center in
Jaipur the capital of Rajasthan is among the ten best
cities in India. It is also the largest city in
Rajasthan, and is well-known for its exquisite
sightseeing places. Nevertheless, ten most and must
visit sites in Jaipur are:
Mantar, Markets & shopping,
Albert hall museum, and
Elephant safari . Jaipur the pink city not only
monuments, legacies and royal
culture, but it has also shown a rapid and terrific
growth, in regards of development.
Jaipur is one the leading manufacturers and exporter of
textile, Camel leather items,
carpets, quilts, brass enamel and many more products.
Being abundant in
art and culture it has merged well
with latest technologies, which resulted in fast growth
of export. The export from Jaipur is much prominent in
state's GDP. Today, Jaipur proves to be the most
preferred destination in terms of tourism, as well as a
major business hub.
The city embraces suitable platform for the
establishment of businesses and corporate. The city has
also been a spectator of immense infra structural
transformation, where the huge projects are being
placed, such as
WTP (World Trade Park). World Trade Park
is spread over an enormous area of about 20,000 sq.
yard, it is a shopping-cum-business centre, boasting
retail outlets, a convention centre, offices, exhibition
halls, an art gallery, a two-screen multiplex, a
computer-controlled parking for almost 1,100 vehicles
and a five-star hotel.
Acknowledged as the fastest mounting city, the pace of
growth is tremendously increasing day by day and the
government plays a vital role. Rajasthan government has
been promoting and encouraging investment by instituting
various policies in sectors such as Tourism, IT/ IETS,
Industry, and Power. Private sector is also being
uphold, the 365 acre Export promotion Industrial Park is
one such exemplary, and a key sector facilitating
manufacturers. Mahindra World City is yet another
accomplishment, a multi product SEZ houses many MNC’s
and IT companies. Rajasthan State Industrial Development
& Investment Corporation Ltd. (RICCO) is one the major
asset for industrialist and factories. It dwells
numerous industries and corporate such as Genpact, G4C,
Infosys, Derewala gems and jewels, etc.
Moreover, the upcoming project of Metro Rail will
transform the traditional looking Jaipur city to an
ultra-modern and high-tech city.
Sanganer Airport is the only international airport that
Jaipur houses. Now, city is well connected with all
major parts. Jaipur has direct air links with Jodhpur, Udaipur, Aurangabad, Delhi, Mumbai, and international
links with erratic service to London, Dublin and Dubai.
City embraces about 4000 km of roads in its vicinity.
The National highway No.8 connects Jaipur to Delhi and
Mumbai, whereas No. 11 links Bikaner to Agra. Constant
developments are taking place, which are resulting in a
more established and prosperous Jaipur, the conversion
of Jaipur-Ajmer road in a four-lane way has changed its
look. The biggest realization of the city was the
International airport, where conversion facilitates
Meter gauge rail route is connecting city nicely with
Sri Ganganagar, Udaipur, Ajmer and Sirohi. Jaipur is
adequately connected with major cities and states such
as Agra (Uttar Pradesh), Ahmadabad (Gujarat) and Delhi.
Recently, broad gauge system has also been connected,
facilitating connections to cities- Lucknow, Delhi,
Bombay, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Howrah
Nevertheless, Jaipur possesses an efficient 100% of
power supply, and major reason behind this is
Chambal-Hydel system. The city houses several branches
of banks, facilitating mass with standardized national
and international transactions. Whereas, the civic
infrastructure of the city is going to be enhanced, as Rs. 550 crore have been released by Asian Development
Project, for enhancement of roads, improvise drainage
system and water supply within the city.
Educational development also has been remarkable, where
there are almost 400 institutes in the city. And
numerous schools, more of them are affiliated by Central
Board of secondary education, and the state has
witnessed the highest literacy rate of 77%.
Jaipur serves to be the unsurpassed destination for
various corporate setups. Few of the major IT’s and
MNC’s has already established their footholds in this
beautiful city. Wipro, Deutsche bank, Infosys, Genpact,
GE-international, Reliance, etc. are rapidly flourishing
on their business in Jaipur.
One of the recent biggest events that took place in the
city were IPL matches.
Sawai Man Singh Stadium, one of
the best stadiums in India has witnessed the exciting
Indian Premium League.
Jaipur is the foremost part of the ‘Golden triangle’
(Delhi-Jaipur-Agra), and is the hottest destination for
tourists. Tourism itself contributes a bigger share in
city and states GDP, where an annual growth rate of 12 %
has been witnessed. Started with scratch this city has
today reached to population of more than four lakhs.
Apparently, Rajasthan received a total number of 1.3
million foreign and 23 million domestic tourists in
2008. The prospects of tourism are very hopeful, and the
Commonwealth Games in Delhi will definitely boost the