As part of Travel photography, here is the informative Photo article on Architectural buildings of Pink city – Jaipur

‘Pink City’

The world is filled with extraordinary man made wonders out there. Over the thousands of years of human history, humans have produced some pretty amazing stuff, even if, sadly, not all of them have remained until today. With many breathtaking and incredible historical place built by ancient civilizations, it’s sometimes hard to narrow down the best.

Jaipur which is the capital of Rajasthan and Famously known as the ‘Pink City’ is also India’s largest state. With countless places to visit in Jaipur, the city boasts the rich and cultural heritage of Indian history. Beautiful and well-maintained forts, camel rides, bustling street markets and what not, Jaipur is a perfect blend of the past and present.

Speaks a story of its own!

Jaipur is a land of numerous palaces, forts, temples, havelis, chattris, gardens and parks. This architecture and royal buildings depicts the royal and rich culture of the Rajput’s and also the Indian history that landed in the sandy state of Rajasthan. Each historical site in the Jaipur speaks a story of its own through its each and every part. We must preserve our historical heritages as they are the pride of our nation.

Sawai Man Singh Town hall : Whole Pink city is created in the era of Sawai Man singh.
Seelamata Temple : This temple has a wonderful construction. It is the oldest temple.
Gaitore Palace : The cenotaphs of Gaitore symbolise the perfect blending of Islamic architecture and Hindu temple architecture.
Gaitore Palace : It was built for the resting place of the royal family.
The cenotaphs of Gaitore : Cenotaphs of Gaitore have almost symmetrical forms.
Panna meena ki baioli : This beautiful Kund has a unique architecture and styling. The stairs of the kund are symmetrical and in zigzag geometrical pattern.
Jal Mahal : Jal Mahal palace is constructed in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake.
Ramachandra Temple : The temple has been beautifully decorated with intricate designs. It have lots of arches.
Hawa Mahal : Hawa Mahal is called as Palace of the Breeze or winds. This unique building has 953 jharokas. The entire palace represents the crown of the Hindu God, Lord Krishna.

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Pranavika-mohitepatilPranavika MohitePatil here is from Pune, Maharashtra. As a photojournalist, she says photography is seeing beauty in everything. She want to bring out the ground reality of the world through the photographs and videos, in order to reveal the situations people are confronted with. She has completed her Professional diploma in art of photography from Creative hut institute of photography, Kerala, India.

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