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Our best advise; if he is there get a tour from The Gardener - he proudly showed us round and explained everything. In return we have him a small tip. His enthusiasm for the place is captivating.
We were the only people there, able to...More
Surrounded by green hills, the Gatore Ki Chhatriyan is a complex of temples and tombs in the foothills of the Nahargarh (Tiger) Fort. It was the royal crematorium for the majestic rulers of Rajasthan. The beautiful edifice also has a cenotaph for each of the...More
I would vote second after Amber fort in Jaipur. I had no idea when my driver drove to this, after paid entrance fee and got I was stunned with beautiful detail carving on every monument. Check it out yourself.
My wife and I got a tour guide for the day, and he recommended this place, said it was his favorite spot in Jaipur. We trusted him, and it was TOTALLY worth it! First place we went in the morning, and it was completely empty....More
I don’t understand how this isn’t rated much higher on trip advisor? I visited the other sites recommended but this was one of the best places by far.
When you visit here, it’s incredibly quiet and hardly any tourists - it’s nestled away from the...More
This didn’t come up as a top place to visit when I was researching my trip, but it was on the composite ticket and our home stay host suggested we stop on the way to Amber Fort. It was beautiful and serene and it’s not...More
The memorials built of local and Carrara marble are set in a tranquil valley beneath the Tiger fort and Gary Ganesh temple. The architecture and placement of the memorials is wonderful and almost devoid of people.
Behind the memorials are some original water storage sites...More