The capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur is engraved with the name of pink city, having the intricately designed grandeur and gardens, it has a giant history awaiting to be unfolded. The palaces which were once homes to several warrior kings, blushes their glory in the form of its colour vibrance. Jaipur is famously known for its traditional and delicately elegant jewellery, fabrics such as Rajasthani Bohemia and ethnic handicrafts etc. Rajasthani cuisine culture relishes the binge eating experience once you start roaming around the city. Being enlisted in UNESCO's world tourism site, it has hearts of n numbers of foreigner and overseas visitors as well. Apart from these itenary, Jaipur is home to the world famous royal palace - Hawa Mahal which imbibes and attracts tourists more in place.
Galtaji temple has an historical and religious pilgrimage importance since dating back to the 18th century, which was built by Diwan Rao Kriparam during the rule of Maharaj Sawai Jai Singh ||. Galta ji is the main temple inside the premises but there are also several small temples as well located on the mountain range of Aravalli hills. The major highlights of this temple campus is the affluent architecture which is a fusion of Indian classical and Rajasthani design. The canopies, mythological paintings, elegant frescoes, and the pink colour sandstone pavilions, beautifully craved pillars, ceilings, walls and fountains around the structures depicting glorious past of our ancient times is a splendid.
Among other attractions in Jaipur, Akshardham temple is one of the top on the list. Dedicated to the incarnation of lord Vishnu, it has a 7 feet high gold leafed idol of lord Swaminarayan inside the mandap, ornamented thoroughly with the silver and gold. The beautiful and exquisitely designed carvings, tranquilizing paintings and sculptures works as an illusive attraction. Lush green surrounding, garden, fountains, and the sitting arena is a sightseeing experience inside this huge and vivid temple campus.
The historical aspect of this ancient temple dates back to the 16th century which was constructed with an order of Queen Kanakwati, the wife of King Man Singh |. Dedicated to lord Vishnu, lord Krishna and their very fond devotee Meerabai, this temple has a mystic splendour which signifies the religious values of bhakti and adorns the beholder's enthusiasm about historical and cultural heritage sites.
One among the most famous and fascinating temple complexes of India is Birla Mandir,which is an idea of BM Birla, this temple has a significant importance on international level. Built around 20th century with all white marbles, the temple is dedicated to laxminarayan or lord Vishnu and goddess Lakshmi. If we talk about the architectural magnificance, the structures are a bit influenced by the Nagara style of ancient times but more sort of it seems to be a modern design.
Located just above the Birla Mandir complex inside the Moti dungri fort, this temple is dedicated to lord Ganesha. This temple has a number of followers who comes for darshan of Moti dungri Ganesha once or twice a year. Built under the guidance of Seth Jairam Paliwal in 1761, and the cool and quite surroundings of this lush green campus places a overwhelming response to its visitors.