The roads take us from one place to another and those same roads connect us to certain famous circles of Jaipur. Have you ever wondered what treasures of past they hold within themselves.
Let us understand what these circles reflect:
Statue Circle – Reminiscent of the rich history of Jaipur and also located in the heart of the city, the Statue Circle was built to pay tribute to Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II who is the founder of the city. The statue is built in white marble facing Pink City. The king was fond of Astrology and hence statue circle illustrates the king holding an astrological diagram. When the fountains and lights illuminates the whole place, the beauty in itself gets personified.
Gandhi Circle – Located on Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg is Gandhi Circle which has a statue of Mahatma Gandhi. This circle has its own charm and is an important landmark for city people. The circle looks even more spectacular with all the plants that surround it and when it is illuminated at night with lights with all the vehicles passing by, the statue looks glorious.
Jawahar Circle – Said to be the biggest circular park in Asia developed on the highway is located on the Jawaharlal Nehru Marg. The diameter of the circular park measures 452 meters giving enough space to walk, jog, and exercise. The circle is surrounded by various kiosks offering eatables for people. Also, there is a musical fountain that can be enjoyed by the visitors.
Trimurti Circle – The circle consists of three statues of policemen which was built in the memory of those who sacrificed their lives. Every year, an event is organized here in the memory of those patriots who lose their lives for their countrymen.
Ambedkar Circle – The circle showcases a historical relevance with B.R. Ambedkar. One of the roads from circle leads us to Vidhan Sabha and Amar Jawan Jyoti. Looking at the splendid view of Vidhan Sabha surely arises a feeling of patriotism to which every Jaipurite can easily connect, right?
Hope this made you fall in love even more with your beloved Pink City! 🙂