Rajasthan is one of the ostentatious and most colorful states in India, and as its capital, Jaipur does not fail to live up to this reputation. There are many markup places ( Magnificent Temples and Holy monuments) in Jaipur to explore. Jaipur is named as “Choti Kashi” globally because of religious importance. Jaipur is fondly called as ‘Pink City’ and It’s hard to miss the pink. Home to opulent palaces towering forts and holy temples, not only has Jaipur gracefully retained its royal roots but it proudly displays them for visitors to see and experience. These historic structures are very well maintained and so abundant that they blend in with the surrounding city. Hawa Mahal is one of them.
Jaipur Wax Museum near Jaigarh Fort
The Jaigarh Fort located on one of the peaks of the Aravalli range of hills is masterpiece amongst the forts of Rajasthan (India). Nahargarh fort, stand on the edge of the Aravalli Hills is another pride of the city of Jaipur. Nahargarh fort also acted as a defensive circle to guard the city of Jaipur like Jaigarh and amber fort. Now another feather has been added to Rajasthan tourism’s cap with the inauguration of Jaipur wax museum at Nahargarh fort in Rajasthan’s capital city.
The Victory Fort of Rajasthan – Jaigarh Fort
The best way to look into the absolute beauty of the city of Jaipur is to stand at a hill-top fort and have an extensive view of the city. Roosted on a hilltop which gives Jaigarh fort Jaipur the name of Cheel ka Qila often dubbed as Victory Fort of Rajasthan. The fort is situated on one of the Aravali range. The fort is situated at an elevation of about 400 m from the wonderful Amber fort. The wonderful Jaigarh fort marks an important milestone in the forts of India.