Govind Dev Ji Temple, Jaipur

Visitor Information

  • Famous for: Religious Institution, History, Photography, and Architecture
  • Entrance Fee: No entry fees.
  • Visiting Time: 4 30 AM to 12.15 A.M and 4.30 P.M to 8. PM. The timings are subject to change according to temple rituals and customs.
  • Visit Duration: Can stay and pray for as long as you want. Need to leave only when the temple closes.

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Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur

Visitor Information

  • Famous for: History, Photography, Architecture, Relics and Artefacts.
  • Entrance Fee:20 per head for Indian Nationals and Rs.150 per head for foreign nationals.
  • Visiting Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Visit Duration: 2-3 hours

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Sisodia Rani Palace and Garden, Jaipur

Information for Visitors

  • Famous for: History enthusiasts, Photographers and Nature Lovers.
  • Entrance Fee: For Indians, the entry fee is Rs25 whereas for foreigners it is Rs 30. One can also visit this place by the Amber Fort –Hawa Mahal Jaipur sightseeing composite ticket. The ticket is valid for 2days and comes at a price of Rs150 for Indians and Rs 300 for foreigners. An audio guide is also available with this which comes at a price of Rs 90 for Indians and Rs 130 for foreigners.
  • Visiting Time: 8 am. to 6 pm daily except in case of wedding or other private bookings.
  • Duration of Visit: 45-50mins.

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The Best Time to Visit Jaipur

Jaipur, India offers the tourist a stirring time mentally, as it slowly unravels to one the mysteries behind each historical artefact it flaunts. There’s the famous Hawa Mahal, with a backstory that would delight you with its flamboyance. There’s also the very famous Jantar Mantar, that would have graced your history books, and is meant also for astronomical observation. Jaipur has a bevy of historical attractions, forts and palaces, but in no way shies away from the very modern grandeur of places like museums and biological parks. This is the place to be headed to if you want a beautiful city steeped in impressive culture. The best time to visit Jaipur would be from November to February, in the winter season.

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Jantar Mantar Observatory, Jaipur

A set of 14 massive astronomical instruments that now stand as a structure of brilliance in architecture, the Jantar Mantar Observatory in Jaipur is an attraction of its own kind. Built by Maharaja Jai Singh II in order to help him predict his fate in upcoming wars, Jantar Mantar is presently known for its clever use of geometrical patterns in the form of instruments. Situated in the heart of the city of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar has attracted tourists from all over India and outside, and for good reason. Here is a list of things that will tell you why Jantar Mantar is such a wonder to observe.

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