There is no doubt that Indian Monsoons are incredibly beautiful. The abundant freshness in the air, the inky clouds, the lush greenery and the soft sound of downpour makes monsoons one of the best times to get away from the hustle bustle of everyday life.
Jaipur during the monsoons is not just pleasant, but also extremely beautiful. Drenched in rain, Jaipur looks nothing short of a painting during the monsoons. Not only does the entire state wears a refreshed look, but the ambient weather definitely makes for some spectacular sightseeing.
In this blog, we bring to you the best places in and around Jaipur to witness the monsoon beauty.
Known as the Water Palace, Jal Mahal is placed in the middle of Man Sagar lake. It is one of the most sought-after monsoon destinations in Jaipur. Its beauty lies in its location as the palace stands in the center of the lake with a beautiful backdrop of green mountains. Undoubtedly, it is an amazing place to revel in the romance of rains. Amidst the chaos of the city, Jal Mahal is a serene spot where you can steal a few moments of peace and tranquility.
Be mesmerized by the imposing charm of the rains while driving to Ramgarh Dam. During the monsoon, this place turns into a fair with the locals flocking it for picnics. The place offers spectacular scenic beauty with the backdrop of forests. Away from the busy life of the city, Ramgarh dam is a temporary relief from the strains and stress of daily life. Head here during the monsoons, when the rain transforms the place magically, revealing the picturesque landscape and lush greenery.
Drive off to Nahargarh fort on a rainy day, and we promise that this hilltop fort will be all the more fascinating after that stunning drive. The verdant greenery and picturesque moments along the route are something that will stay with you forever. With majestic views of the pink city, the Nahargarh fort leaves you in awe. The fort is famed for being an architectural wonder, as well as being one of the best sunset spots in Jaipur. During the monsoons, when the entire city is revived and gets a new lease of life, it becomes absolutely a sight to catch from the top of Nahargarh Fort.
Chandlai lake often called the “hidden lake” is a 10 minutes drives from Sitapura in Jaipur. This place invites you to its natural, refreshing and soothing breeze. It is most loved scenic spot for several migratory birds too. The lake is quite scenic during the monsoons with the dry forests and hills ringing around it. The surroundings with blue-green shaded hues, the birds with their chirping sounds and the misty weather of monsoon will definitely open your horizons to the beauty of nature.
While driving to Chand Baori, we can assure you, that you be mesmerized by the beauty of nature. The route is perfectly covered with greenery to soothe your senses. Chand baori is an architectural marvel. It is 64 feet deep and is India’s largest stepwell with 13 floors and 3,500 steps. It was built for water harvesting. The rains add to the pristine beauty of this place where nature sways at is glorious best. Explore the place during monsoons as some stunning escapades await you in the midst of rains.
Someone once said, life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about enjoying and dancing in the rains! So come on, go out, smell the wet earth and get soaked in the dancing droplets while witnessing the beauty of Jaipur monsoon.