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Jaipur Travel Guide

The capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. It is popularly known as the Pink City because of the houses that are built with beautiful pink and orange hues. The city is built according to Vaastu Shastra with the help of Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya. 
The famous tourist attractions include Hawa Mahal, Amber Palace, Jal Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Albert Hall Museum, Sisodia Rani Palace and Garden, and Birla Mandir. Adventure junkies can opt for paragliding, camel riding, hot air ballooning and rock climbing. The markets of Jaipur are very popular for the variety of handicrafts, jewellery, carpets, gems, colourful umbrellas and traditional clothes. Jaipur experiences hot and dry climate throughout the year and the best time to visit is from March to October.
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How to Reach Jaipur

The city that reflects great gallantry, Jaipur is one of the popular historical cities in India and together with New Delhi and Agra it comes to the renowned Golden Triangle package in India. The distance from New Delhi to Jaipur is approximately 250kms, whereas from Agra to Jaipur is 225kms by road. The vibrant bazaars, robust forts and majestic palaces are the main attractions in Jaipur other than the ethnicity and tradition dwelling with its common people. All these together draws in many travellers including domestic and international. The rich heritage city, Jaipur encircles most of the renowned heritage and holy cities and towns in India. From Gwalior to Jaipur one can cover the distance of 330 kms within 6 hours and from Orcha to Jaipur that is approximately 470kms it takes a maximum of 8 hours. The Ranthambore National Park that is approximately 150kms from Jaipur, takes only couple of hours drive whereas the popular Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is approximately 190kms away. From Udaipur to Jaipur en route Ajmer that is approximately 400 kms by road one has to drive for a minimum of 6 hours. The distance from Jaisalmeer to Jaipur en route Jodhpur is approximately 600kms where as from Bikaner it is approximately 330kms. One planning to drive from Amritsar to Jaipur, has to cover a distance of 650kms approximately. Thus Jaipur by road from all the major North Indian cities is not a matter of fuss.

One inquiring how to reach Jaipur from other parts of the country has got the option to reach Jaipur by train also. The Jaipur Railway Station also serves as the headquarters of the North Western Railway zone of the Indian Railways and is well knitted with all other major cities in India.

One planning to reach Jaipur by air has the option to book his flight to Jaipur to Jaipur International Airport. The airport also serves as one of the eminent substitute to New Delhi International Airport during the winters when there is heavy fog. The city connects to Sharjah, dubai and Muscat and the domestic flights plies to all the major cities in India.

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Have local transport services like autos, three-wheelers etc resumed in the city?
Local transport services are allowed to operate with proper sanitisation of the seat and touchpoints before and after every trip.
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Are residential societies, offices and hotels recording temperature of visitors?
Thermal screening is made compulsory at the office entrance.
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Are buses, metros and other public transport sanitized at regular intervals?
Yes, buses and other public transport have been advised to sanitize the seats and touchpoints before and after every trip.
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Are electricians, plumbers, gardeners, maids etc. permitted inside societies and residential colonies?
Self-employed workers are allowed to provide services.
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Are all supermarkets and markets (grocery, stationery shops etc.) inside residential colonies open?
All supermarkets and shops in residential colonies are allowed to open.
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