Magnificence of the City palace in the center of the Pink City set amidst fine courtyards and gardens does not have words to explain. Maharajas of Jaipur, through centuries have resided here and each of the rulers has added to this omnipotent wonder.
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Chandra Mahal is the private palace of the current ruler. Jaipur is divided into six quarters.Five quarters enclose the south, east and west sides, while the sixth quarter is situated immediately to the east.
Rajasthan Cities to Visit-Jaipur is built in the form nine-part “Mandala”, signifying the nine planets known as “Pithapada”.
Broad roads beautiful gardens and some of the greatest architectural marvels make this city unique and unforgettable.
Rajasthan Cities to Visit-Jaipur is also a city of contrasts- the new city has spacious roads alotted with narrow congested streets, bazars and artisan's quarters.
This part of town is a facinating place to wander around, especially at sunset.
Providing a stunning backdrop to the city are the ancient forts and palaces which create a dramatic picture of a bygone era.Jaipur was and remains the only city in the world symbolising the nine divisions of the universe through nine rectangular sectors dividing it.
Rajasthan Cities to Visit-Jaipur - a young Bengali architect, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya formalised the city's plans on the "Shilpa Shastra":
the epochal Hindu treatise on architecture, tempering it with the sublimity of Mudhal and Jain influences of the times.
The city-palace is protected by towering outer walls, a further wall runs for miles along the hills surrounding the palace.
For many, the most memorable part of a trip to Jaipur is the journey up the palace ramparts, through a succession of vast gates, on the back of a painted elephant – Maharaja style.
Inside are the ruins of a once great palace, a wonderful example of Rajput architecture, with Mogul influences.