জয়পুর ভ্রমণ গাইড – Hawa Mahal – City Palace – Jantar Mantar – Albert Hall Museum | Jaipur, Rajasthan

জয়পুর ভ্রমণ গাইড – Hawa Mahal – City Palace – Jantar Mantar – Albert Hall Museum | Jaipur, Rajasthan


we just got to know that they keep Mummies inside this cave we’re both felling very scared now as you can see Aftab’ is unable to hold the camera firmly his hands are shaking Hello everyone! Welcome back to our channel regularly you have been watching Travel and food vlog series through this channel going forward, we’re here again with another travel vlog series Today we’re reached our new destination so… how do I start ..?? This place is called the ‘PINK CITY’ Obviously this is not the same ‘PINK CITY’ from Gulshan (Bangladesh) Now we’re at Jaipur!!! so we’ll start exploring Jaipur, today is our first day here we came here via Kolkata We’ll try to cover as many attractions as possible and after reaching attractions we’ll surely share some insights and details It feels like we’re in a old Indian Haveli and someone wearing Nupur (Anklet) will run from that side… I think our dresses are not going well with the ambiance Popularly known as Pink City, Jaipur is known as a major attraction in the state of Rajasthan, India. from this point the ‘PINK CITY” actually starts this place is well managed by the Govt. I think we are about to watch a Wedding there’s Band Party playing their instruments Watch this!! The Groom is coming this way…. He’s riding a horse!!.. Aftab!!!… ha ha ha….! Hawa Mahal! The structure was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 The real purpose of its bee-shaped drape design is to give women in the royal palace a chance to see outdoor life and festivals. City Palace! established between 1729-1732 by Jaipur Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II Due to water problems and population growth, he migrated from Amer to Jaipur in 1727 Bengali architect known as Vidyadhar Bhattacharya who created this complex design following the rules of ecology which is why, till today, City Palace is listed as the main attraction of the state. City Palace known for its extraordinary history Is a combination of Moghul, European and Rajput architecture. And a symbol of depicting the richness and kingship of Indian history The prasad is designed according to a ‘grid style’ and houses various structures like Chandra Mahal’, ‘Mubarak Mahal’, ‘Diwan-i-Khas’ and ‘Govind Dev Ji Temple’. Here entry tickets for Indians is Rs. 200 and for Foreigners Rs. 700 so, we’re done with City Palace here you’l find many traditional dress stores live traditional music and puppet show moreover, there are museums and galleries, where you’ll get to know about their history, tradition and culture. There’re many household items and equipment which was used by them You’ll also get to know about their lifestyle Tickets for Foreigner’s are a bit expensive If possible, and if you look like locals.. Don’t try to reveal your identity yourself.. act like locals and ask for tickets If someone asks, then only share your identity then you’ll be able to save more money one more thing, you won’t actually need tourist guide for this particular attraction many things are written inside, moreover you can instantly search online too Because with the guide the tours are very expensive hopefully, these information and insights will help you plan your own tour and won’t let you make the common mistakes so, we’ll get back to you with more information once we reach other attractions Jantar Mantar! antar means machine and mantra meaning – advice / calculator So, the literal meaning of the yantra mantra is ‘counting instrument’ The Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observer used to measure the distance and position of an object in the sky. India has five national observation centers the largest of which is in Jaipur Built in the early 18th century and a set of about twenty original fixed instruments It was the manifestation of the astronomical ability of the court of the scholar prince at the end of the Mughal period and the concept of cosmology. Here entry tickets for Indians is Rs. 50 and for Foreigners Rs. 200 Albert Hall Museum! Due to architectural similarities the museum gets its name from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The foundation stone of the building started in 1876 when the Prince of Wales came to Jaipur It was first used as a town hall in the 1880 Later, the second Maharaja of Jaipur, Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh, suggested using it as a museum of art. Later, the hall was used to display masterpieces by local craftsmen. Handicrafts, other masterpieces, antiques and an Egyptian mummy are the main attractions of the museum. Here entry tickets for Indians is Rs. 40 and for Foreigners Rs. 300 we just got to know that they keep Mummies inside this cave we’re both felling very scared now as you can see Aftab’ is unable to hold the camera firmly I am sure you can hear the scary background music…. So, finally we’re back in our hotel so our first day went very well it was exhausting, and exciting at the same time… tough we reached in Jaipur a bit late.. but still we tried our best to cover maximum attractions Hopefully from tomorrow we’ll be able to explore many more interesting attractions we’ll try to share more insights and information of the respective attractions that will surely help you when you visit here so, let’s end today’s VLOG here if you liked this VLOG don’t forget to LIke, Share and let us know your feedback in comment section below If you haven’t subscribed yet, please do subscribe we make this kind of travel vlogs as well as food vlogs on a regular basis it’s time to say Goodbye…. we’ll see you again in a brand new vlog keep watching ‘Wander Story’ Bye!…

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