The “Palace of the Winds” takes its name from its intricate latticework screen facade behind which women of the royal household would secret themselves to watch the world below. The facade is actually a composition of 953 windows and niches, behind which is a true masterpiece of labyrinthine palaces, halls, pavilions, gardens and temples.
Amber Fort is an imposing sight; a sprawling fortress located high on a hill over Jaipur. It is a truly...Explore
To this day, City Palace is the residence of the former ruling family of Jaipur. Spanning a vast one-seventh...Explore
Spanning three kilometres in length and one kilometre in width across the Aravalli Ranges, Jaigarh Fort...Explore
Built in 1734 by the King of Jaipur, Nahargarh Fort sits atop the Aravalli Ranges and is believed to...Explore
Modelled on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and named after Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria’s...Explore
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a fantastic collection of astronomical tools that resemble...Explore