Some Lesser Known Places That an Ideal Jaipur Tour Package Should Include

Some Lesser Known Places That an Ideal Jaipur Tour Package Should Include

Jaipur is a city that is greatly loved by citizens of the world. Many people from different countries frequently visit this city to enrich their cultural understanding of the country. No India trip is considered to be completed without including this beautiful city. Some monuments of the city are quite famous worldwide like Amber fort, Jaigadh Fort etc. Yet there are many places that might not be that popular but nonetheless beautiful. Let us know about places of the city least visited and hardly known to the tourists: Sisodia Rani ka Bagh

The Rajput rulers were as romantic as they were chivalrous. When they fought their sword leaped like a cobra, ready to devour the enemies but when they loved their queens their tender feelings could even melt the rocks. That chivalry and romance are a part of history now but one can still see the timeless evidences of that pure love. One such evidence is Sisodia rani Garden. The garden was built by Mahraja Jai Singh for her lovely queen Rani Sisodia Jai Singh whom he loved from the depths of his heart. It is situated on Jaipur-Agra Highway. The beautiful garden naturally attracted the queen and soon became her preferred getaway. Apart from her many other royal ladies also used to visit the garden. To make sure that they should have unrestricted fun that we not bounded by the customs of Purdah system the entry of men was prohibited. Thus “symbol of pure love” aptly houses various artistic depictions of Lord Krishna and Radha who are considered as eternal lovers. The garden is further beautified with galleries, pavilions and designer fountains. One can still feel the love in the air while visiting the garden. Central Park With a 5 Km walking track, central park is one of the largest park in the Pink City However, it is not all about the area. The Park is also famous for its well managed structure and ever-widening greenery. The park is one of the most favorite parks of joggers and it is not rare to spot who’s who of the most influential figures of Jaipur from the field of politics, arts and business. The park also houses two most famous sport establishments of the city: Rambagh Polo Ground and Rambagh Golf Club. The garden has many trees and plants famous for their fruits, flowers and medicinal use. Right from beautiful flower plants till sky piercing grand old trees, your eye will never be short of green sight. The trees are beautifully populated by the birds of different colors. Apart from common birds like sparrow and pigeon one can also find lots of rare species too. A big national flag in the middle of the park having 206 feet long mast effortlessly attracts the attention. There is no other flag taller than this in the entire country. Abhaneri Step Well

Step wells were highly popular in ancient India. They served as water reservoirs in the rainy season while when they dried up in summers; these step wells were used as summer retreat. Abhaneri is one such place located just near the city. The region is famous for its step wells. One can see a large number of step wells here that instantly takes to the royal era of Rajputs. The region is far from the modernization and you won’t find nagging tour guides, noisy tourists or hawking shopkeepers here. It is a great place to enjoy the serenity while visiting these beautifully built step wells. Raj Mandir There was one time when cinema halls were the most visited places for enjoying some time with the family and friends. Times changed and many multiplexes came into existence. These multiplexes have everything an audience can ask for but they lack the luxury and grandeur of old world cinema halls. Raj Mandir is one such cine hall that refuses to join its old companions that have limited their mention to the books of history. Till today the cinema hall is visited by many tourists and it is perhaps the only cinema hall where people do not come to watch movies but to watch the cinema hall. It was built in 1979 and can house as many as 1300 audience. The cinema hall is strategically designed to reflect the traditions of this city in an appealing way. With zigzag seating arrangement, well embellished ceiling that seem to be inspired by palaces and spacious seating area, the cinema hall is rightly called the king of Indian cinema halls. One can have mouth watering Rajasthani cuisines inside the cinema hall thanks to various cafeterias offering sumptuous food.