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10 Ways Of Wishing Shahrukh Khan A Happy Birthday In Jaipur Style

From Dilwale taking away the Dulhaniya to doing Dard-e-Disco, to romancing with kkk…Kiran and Senorita; he has swept away all of our hearts time and again. Here’s a little ode to the legend King Khan on his birthday in Jaipur Style!

1. Keep saying, Om Shanti Om, while roaming around the famous Chulgiri temple of Jaipur.

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2. Walking on the crowded Johri Bazaar-Chalte Chalte kaise yeh faasle ho gaye
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3. Such breathtaking views from the famous Nahargarh hill, your mind says– Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
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4. My Name is Khan and I live in Jaipur
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5. A beautiful reminder of the royal past Rambagh Palace the former residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur  baadshah o baadshah
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6. To this beautiful Pink city- Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna
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7.When its famous Jaipuri Golgappa-Dil Toh Pagal Hai, dil deewana hai. Need we say more 🙂
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8. Darr= Bhangarh
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9. We can never forget the ultimate sacrifice by our soldiers- Jab Tak hai Jaan, Jab Tak Hai Jaan
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10. SMS Stadium Jaipur, our very own Chak de groud-  Chak De ho Chak De ! India
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Happy Birthday SRK 🙂
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The City Of Magic And Magnificence- Jaipur

From the highest point of Nahargarh fort to the deepest point of Man Sagar Lake, the aura of pink running through the veins of Jaipur makes it one of the most amazing cities to not just explore, but also to live in.

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Built as beautiful walled city years and years ago by the royal Rajput rulers, Jaipur has always been the hub of heritage and culture. To add a beautiful edge to it, the walled city has caught a high pace on development and growth along with conserving the original essence of it.

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From the mesmerizing spots at the ancient Amer, Nahargarh and Jaigarh Forts to the newest Experience Centre and Dravyavati River Project, the city is almost a perfect metaphor for Magic Realism. Truly traditional to the core till date, the city area still remains painted in the colour that names it the Pink City. On the other hand, the city is all set to set up sky high standards with being a metro city as well as a smart city.

So if you ever visit Jaipur, don’t leave before you-

DO

Experiencing the captivating view of Jaipur city at night from the top of Nahargarh.  The city looks enchanting from the height and now that it’s Diwali time, you can see the whole city sparkling in colours and lights.

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Visiting the awe-inspiring City Palace, that gives you a ride back into the royal history of Jaipur.

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The forts of Jaipur- Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, that provide a heartwarming view from the top and Jaigarh also houses the biggest canon “Jaivana.”

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Clicking a picture with the Taj Mahal of Jaipur- Hawa Mahal, the legendary palace of winds situated right in the heart of the city.

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Experiencing the night tourism of the city, for it looks absolutely dreamy when it up all around.

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EAT

The street food– Pyaaz ki Kachori, Mava Kachori, Samosa, Mirchi Vada- they are light on the pocket and taste like a foodie’s paradise.

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The authentic Rajasthani delicacy- Dal Baati Churma. This is something you just don’t miss when you visit Jaipur.

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The absolutely irresistible Cold Coffee at Statue Circle. Moreover, If you visit around monsoon, Ghevar is a big turn on at that time.

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BUY

When you come to the textile hub, you don’t leave without buying clothes. Different kinds of clothes including kurtas, sarees, jackets, handmade purses, cozy quilts, bedsheets etc. printed in Jaipuri and block prints with animal motifs like elephants and camels along with floral prints on vibrant colours just own your heart at first sight.

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Authentic camel leather jutis, bags, diaries etc. are found right in the walled city and are big among foreign visitors.

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The exclusive Blue Pottery items of Jaipur are nowhere else to be found and are totally handmade.

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Colourful Lac bangles at Maniharo ka rasta, gold jewellery at Johri Bazaar, and Kathputli showpieces add a vibrant angle to your shopping list.

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We as citizens of this magical city are evolving in our ways and choices- shifting from the Indian Coffee House at Jawahar Kala Kendra to Café Quaint, from coffee at GVD to Café Coffee Day, from the ancient gates of the city to their newest sibling Patrika Gate and much more, we still plan family outings at Amer Fort during monsoon and we still enjoy clicking pictures of Hawa Mahal, only now we have a café to capture it from!

The magnificence of our surreal city Jaipur is never fading, but going through a constant metamorphosis.

 

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Kyunki Har Ek Friend Zaroori Hota Hai

Friends are the most special people in our lives and celebrating this bond on Friendship Day is equally special to us. They help us do our homework. When our parents scold us, they take the blame on themselves. When we get wasted, they make sure we reach home safely. They take care of us when we fall sick. They give us the most genuine life advice. They stick with us in our bad times. When we skip office to meet our boyfriend or girlfriend, they lie to boss. They truly are our angels, aren’t they?

Let’s take a look at the type of friends we all have in our lives:

  1. Padhai wale dost

They are the ones who come home right after school to help us study. We don’t leave them alone till exams are over. Gladly, they help us pass our examinations. We are forever grateful to their Yaar tu mere notes lele’.

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  1. Khane wale dost

They are reason why we gain weight. We love going to Statue Circle to have cold coffee or to the nearest Sunrise Bakers to debauch patties with them. Their Ek naya cafe khula hai is constant. We even have your own addas in Jaipur and never go there with anyone else but them.

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  1. Movie wale dost

They are complete movie freaks and have made us into one too. Whether it is going to Crystal Palm, Vaibhav, Elements Mall, Golcha, Raj Mandir or Entertainment Paradise, we can go anywhere with them to watch our favourite movies.

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  1. Ghar aana jaane wale dost

These are the most special friends. They are more or less our family member only. They know everyone in our family and would visit even when we ourselves aren’t home. Our parents love them more than us simply because they say Namaste aunty, Namaste uncle’. 😉

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  1. Ghumne wale dost

What we do most of the time with them is travel around the city. Mostly we sneak out at night and ride to Nahargarh or Amer because sunrises and friends are the best combination right? Random ‘gediyaan’ and ‘raaste’ with them are our absolute life motto.

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  1. PUBG wale dost

Now they are our soul mate. These legends play with us one of the most addictive and amazing game. We absolutely love discussing the game and being competitive with them.

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  1. Kiki wale dost

They are the real MVPs. We are alive because they did not speed the car while we were busy calling kiki out. Moreover, they are the reason behind our 100 instagram likes, so they deserve applause!

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So tag your friends and let them know they’re special!

Happy Friendship Day! 😀

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Let’s Celebrate International Museum Day In A Full Swing In Jaipur

Jaipur is a city full of art, culture, rich heritage and history. There are great monuments and heritage properties that are worth visiting and museums form an integral part of it. Today on International Museum Day, let us take a sneak peek into the museums of Jaipur that have preserved the city’s history and culture.

  1. Albert Hall

Albert Hall also known as the State Museum of Rajasthan is the oldest museum of Rajasthan that was built in the year 1876 when Prince of Wales visited Jaipur. This museum has a variety of rare artefacts, pottery, paintings, weapons, textiles, etc. which are at display. If planning to visit it today, the entry is free of cost.

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  1. City Palace Museum

Built by Sawai Jai Singh II, the City Palace Museum is located in the heart of the Pink City. It has unique collection of dresses, ornaments, paintings, weapons that depict the style of Rajputs, Islamic and Europeans. Moreover, it holds two silver jars that have been recorded to be the largest and biggest silver objects in the Guinness Book of World Records.  

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  1. Jaipur Wax Museum

A new feather in the cap of Museums has been added recently in Jaipur. Strategically located in the premises of Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur Wax Museum attracts tourists and localites because of the wax statues crafted of the personalities that have inspired the society. If made your plans to visit it today, a quiz activity is awaiting your arrival.

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  1. Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing

Visitors whilst going atop the Amber Fort have added another gem in their bucket list viz. Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing. You will find unique block printed textiles alongside varied images, tools and other objects that reflect this ancient tradition.

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  1. Museums of Gems and Jewellery

Opened in the year 2017, Museums of Gems and Jewellery provides an insight to the blooming industry of gems and jewellery. Apart from this, it also has various other artefacts out of which, you can buy some of them.

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6. Sanjay Museum

Right opposite to Jal Mahal lies another beautiful museum viz. Sanjay Museum. It has various unique artefacts, paintings, manuscripts, royal letters and many more rare collections to be seen.

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7. Gyan Museum

Gyan Museum is a house to over 1000 precious pieces which includes textiles, paintings, antique jewellery, vintage spectacles, rare inscriptions and object d’art from around the world, dating back to over 3,000 years. Visit it to know it.

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Jaipur is a home to many museums, which one are you going to visit today?

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8 Things To Experience In & Around Jaipur On Rajasthan Day

The majestic land of Maharajas, Rajasthan is the most colourful state in India. Well-known for its rich heritage and royal forts and palaces, Rajasthan’s rich food, beautiful locales, and heritage sites is every travel enthusiasts’ dream come true.

Not just for its golden heritage and royal palaces, the state is well known for exciting things to do. And the city that tops the list in is definitely, our lovely Pink City. Being the paradigm of rich heritage, colourful culture and magnificent architecture is surely a must-visit destination for all the travel enthusiasts. And, what could be a better day to witness the splendid fortresses, majestic palaces, tranquil temples and beautiful havelis spirit than the ‘Rajasthan Day’ itself! Lets experience the colourful Jaipur on this special occasion.

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  • Visit Magnificent Forts – A Tryst With History

Rajasthan is the land of forts and palaces. Whether it be the Amer Fort of Jaipur, Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur or  the royal Chittorgarh Fort or the magnificent Kumbhalgarh Fort, these forts and palaces are world famous for their ornate architecture and a luxurious haveli like setting. Long walls and and tall buildings within the fort are worth a visit if you want to delve and know more about the royal history and heritage of the majestic Rajasthan.

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  • Breathtaking Camel And Elephant Ride

One of the most popular tourist attractions to enjoy in Rajasthan, is an elephant and camel safari. The royal elephant safari at Amer Palace in Jaipur offers the ride upto the fort which can be a really thrilling experience for both foreign and local tourists.

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The camel safaris in Pushkar and Jaisalmer is again one of the most exclusive experiences to enjoy on the Rajasthan Day. The exquisite views of the desert seem even more unmatched from a camel’s back!

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  • Shopper’s Paradise

Rajasthan is a fun and frolic state and so is its clothing. The traditional outfit usually comprises a colourful Bandhej or Lehariya dupatta for the women and a vibrant Bandhani turban for the men. Jaipur being the capital of Rajasthan, is also the fashion capital of the state. Its well known that Johri Bazaar and Bapu Bazar are world renowned for its authentic gold and silver jewellery as well as for the traditional handicrafts. Take a tour of the market and get your hands on exquisite pieces of art and jewellery here. The market is a tourist attraction in its own right.

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  • Wildlife & Eco Safari- A Rustic Tour

The uniqueness of Rajasthan lies in its varied geographies. One of the most adventurous things to do in Rajasthan is to take a wildlife and eco tour. Yes, the land of desert is also the home to the beautiful Mount Abu and wild forests. Approximately, 8 hours drive from the Jaipur City, a visit to Mount Abu is must to get some relief from the peak summers and also as a summer retreat during the vacations. As for the wildlife safari, closely located to Jaipur, Sariska National Park in Alwar district, is one of the best habitats for tigers in India. Take a safari through the reserve and spot several species of wild animals, and some exotic species of birds too.

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  • Get Spooky At Bhangarh

Making it to the list of the most haunted places in the world- a visit to Bhangarh is definitely a chilling experience to try on the Rajasthan day. Closely connected to Jaipur, the ruins of Bhangarh Fort are believed to be haunted and it is a common hearing that those who visit after dark does not ever return. Still not scared enough!!  Take a tour yourself to Bhangarh and hear spooky stories from the locals themselves.

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  • Savor The Authentic Rajasthani Cuisine

The royal thali of Rajasthan is the hot, spicy and tempting all at the same time. To try the authentic Rajasthani flavors – Dal, Bati, Churma is definitely a must try for everyone.

The authentic non-veg speciality – ‘Lal Maas’  is definitely the best dish to savor amongst the other Rajasthani cuisines. Jaipur is well known for its royal hospitality, and its mouth-watering chats and kachoris too has been every locals favourite. Amongst the sweet dishes – the Rabri Ghewar is definitely a treat to every dessert lover. Serving the authentic Rajasthani cuisine with a touch of warm hospitality, Jaipur’s vivid food items will make your mouth water with the mere sight!

  • Groove To The Beats Of Folk Music And Dance

To witness the hypnotizing folk music and dance performance of Ghoomar as well as Kalbelia is a treat. Jaisalmer and Barmer, being the land of sand dunes is also the home to some of the most talented folk artists of our nation. Enjoy the lovely music and dance performances in Rajasthan and I bet their singing and dancing skills will completely blow your mind!

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  • Spiritual Journey

Whether it is the visit to the Govind Devji of Jaipur or the Dargah Sharif in the city of Ajmer, Rajasthan is the land of spiritual incarnation. Each year, several thousand of pilgrims descend to the royal land of Rajasthan to offer their prayers and seek blessings. It is said that a prayer offered at these holy temples does not go unanswered!

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New Charm at Nahargarh Fort- Heritage Water Walks!

What comes to your mind to enjoy an eagle’s eye view of the Jaipur city’s jaw dropping skyline? Nahargarh. But did you know Nahargarh, which is one of the most beautiful and favorite places amongst Jaipurites, holds a beautiful story of Nahargarh Water harvesting structures, the story of creativity of Rajasthan’s civilization to modernization for all its needs. Sounds interesting!

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Jaipur Beat took a first hand experience about one such water walk at Nahargarh Fort.

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Mr. Neeraj Doshi of Rain Water (Research, Advocacy & Innovation in Water), which is supported by the Department of Archaeology & Museums and Jaipur Development Authority, was kind enough to take us along for a special walk on Saturday morning. With lots of storytelling and anecdotes about Nahargarh Fort, the story behind its name, understanding the water culture the overall experience was quite enlightening. 

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Nahargarh Fort was the first fort, built by Sawai Raja Jai Singh in 1734 during the reign of (1698-1740) was meant to make Amer Fort completely secure from any kind of foreign aggression. Its extensive water systems are one of the most significant features of the fort.

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The fort was originally named Sudarshangarh, but it became to be known
as Nahargarh, the popular belief is that Nahar here stands for Nahar Singh Bhomia, whose spirit haunted the place and obstructed construction of the fort. Nahar’s spirit was calmed by constructing a temple in his memory within the fort, hence finally changing the name of the fort to Nahargarh. 

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Living in the desert state, water comes as a major source of inspiration for many centuries. We have adopted deep rooted spiritual and religious values and beliefs that support the importance of water in our lives. All this dogma plays an important role in water management. Yet, despite the water wisdom coming from our city’s ancestors, wise water management is still a bridge that will take some time to cross. Will we ever be able to cover that?

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But lately, individuals and Tourism Department of Rajasthan have been rethinking their values and their roles in safeguarding creation and the earth’s resources, giving rise to the wonderful idea of organising Heritage Water Walks in cities with prominent tourists and heritage locations such as Nahargarh Fort and Amer Palace.

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About Nahargarh Fort Water Walk
Water catchment for Nahargarh extends to about 6 kms surrounding the fort. A network of six closed catchments connect through small canals and aqueducts and drains are laid in and outside the fort. Small canals bring rainwater from the higher reaches of the hills. The bed of these canals is designed in such a way that it is on a gradient and also at the same time has an undulating course. Nahargarh has two large step wells (Bawri) and a smaller step well known as ‘Kund’. The large step wells receive water from the catchment in the surrounding 
hills. The ‘Kund’ receives rainwater harvested from the fort complex alone.

The city of Jaipur is a storyteller’s paradise and each of these stories is best discovered on foot. So get your walking shoe on and take a walk through Water Heritage to uncover history to architecture, and see the history come alive..

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9 Most Romantic Escapades in Jaipur for Valentine’s day

Celebrating love can never be a bad thing and as everything which comes to India becomes desi by heart, so has Valentine’s Day. Far more exciting than the rose, propose and teddy bear day, the concept of #everydaylove and #redefine love stole literally everybody’s hearts this year. Continuing in the same vein, we at Jaipur are staking our claim at Valentine’s Day this year and rightly so. We cannot think of a City or its people more romantic than the ‘log-bagh’ of the Gulaabi Nagari (#pinkcity).

So whoever is your Valentine; be it your mom, dadi, best friend, sister, wife or your boyfriend treat them to a world of love, wonder and some ‘Jaipuriyat’.

In Jaipur,

Love is in the air

1. Air Ride: There are many options for air rides in Jaipur but we loved the one with Supreme Airlines. With a cozy 7-8 seater airplane which flies to and fro between Jaipur & Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur for approx 2500/-3000/-, it is value for money. This 75-minute flight takes you over some of the most scenic bits of Rajasthan. Also remember your favorite movie flicks, wherein the millionaire hero flies the heroine to another city just to grab dinner & back. Well, you can do the same (dinner in the blue city of Jodhpur or the city of lakes Udaipur sounds utterly romantic ) with a lot more of Jaipur style and a whole lot less money. A ‘date’ of all dates indeed!

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Picture courtesy: Supreme Airlines 

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2. Helicopter ride: Well, wouldn’t you just love to see Jaipur from up in the air in a much better resolution & view than ‘Google earth’ could ever give. Riding above the dreamy Pinkcity, over the lovely Aravalis, Amber fort, Jaigarh , Nahargarh, Jal Mahal, Hawamahal, City Palace, Jantar – Mantar, Historic old city bazaars, temples and gardens on this 10-20 minutes of helicopter ride with ‘Heritage on Air’ between 12th-14th February is just right in time for Valentine’s day or week! ❤ With many discounts and schemes around the Valentine, go plan your day of love. This date will be imprinted in your memories forever.

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3. Balloon Ride: For those who like to savor moments and experience the finer things in life at a leisurely pace, gently floating over the pink city at dusk or dawn for an hour long sounds like just the right thing. Taking in the pink hues of the beautiful Jaipur Sky, the serpentine hills, the endless expanse of fields & villages all around; to the see the old city merge with the new, nothing could be better than the balloon ride. Incredibly romantic and the next best thing to Aladdin’s magical flying carpet to let your beloved know that fairy tales indeed do come true. They come true in Jaipur.

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Love is near the Water

4.  Man Sagar Lake:  Jal Mahal at Man Sagar Lake is practically a love poem that writes itself. As you walk along the fringes of the lake around the deep pink-hued sunset and later look up into the star filled raven blue sky, here is your very own more romantic ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ moment. There is something about Man Sagar Lake as it reflects the moon above, could there be another place more intoxicating for the love birds. And here the real birds agree too. As you are walking on the path around the lake towards the rear, you with find your path laden with blooming bougainvillea orchards & trees on both sides. Needless to say, it is filled with rare Birds & there are places on the path wherein all you hear are the birds chirping and dancing their ballet of murmuration. 

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5. Chandlai lake: This incredible option lets you grab a picnic basket, fill it with your beloved’s favorite goodies (cheese, chocolates, strawberries and of course pack some yummy sandwiches), maybe throw in a game of Pictionary and take a long scenic drive to this Oasis of Flamingos at Chandlai lake. Sit by the lake with your loved one for as long as you want, gazing at the beautiful Flamingos together. They incidentally symbolize love, beauty & grace. As you sit there sharing a beautiful meal and chatting happily over a sunny game or two, you are at the right place at the right time. Now that completely sounds like the 9 planets aligned especially for you.

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6. Amer-Sagar lake: Go off the beaten path, literally, take a beautiful hike up to the quaint and picturesque Amer Sagar Lake. Located behind Amer fort, this hidden lake can be reached just beyond the Kheri Gate and the Anokhi Museum near Amer. We propose an early morning walk hike or the evening around 4 absorbing the golden sunlight bouncing off the hills and the nearby sights. Nestled in the heart of the surrounding Aravali hills, surrounded by shades of greens, sitting by the peaceful, picturesque lake is a sight to behold. A perfect blend of calm and beauty, it is sure to melt any heart. We recommend carrying some music along with on your phones and sharing earphones to take in the beauty.

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7. Maota lake: Who needs a film set, when you have the actual location of the mesmerizing Jodha-Akbar’ love story. One of the most picturesque lakes in the city, reflecting the resplendent Amer in its glistening waters it is incredible & tells a different story both during the day and at night. Whether you want to propose, click pictures or spend some peaceful time soaking in the beauty of Amer with your love, we could not think of a more historical yet romantic place than this. Whether you come here during the day or at night with the colorfully lit up Amer fort during the sound and light show, your pictures and selfies couldn’t find a more lively spot.

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Love is on the land.

8. Long Walks: Imagine taking a long walk, holding hands with your loved one and crisscrossing across the ‘Raaste’ and ‘gullies’ of the old pink city? There are many Walking tours in the city. You can also take a customized walking tour with Anirudh of Vedic –Walks wherein he weaves many a tales of the old city, its glorious secrets & fables of love, kings & queens into a beautiful walk. An ace storyteller, he literally transports you back in time to the interior folds of this beautiful land of Havelis, artisans, food, temples and Chaupars. Who knew Time travel always existed in Jaipur!

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9. A train of hearts:  Not only are the people romantic here in Jaipur, so is the government. Rajasthan Tourism has come up with a spectacular offer of proposing on Valentine’s day onboard the Palace of Wheels train. In return, the couple will get a complimentary honeymoon package on the same train, once they get married after their courtship. This is one perfect  ‘Jab we met’ love story. So pack your bags, book your tickets, catch this train of hearts before it leaves the station. 🙂

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Since Jaipur is based on number 9, the nine planets interpreted as 9 squares in the old city, we wrap up our list here at 9 romantic places to go to this Valentine’s Day/ week. So Jaipur, now that we have shared some beautiful days to spend with your loved ones, what is your plan this Valentine’s day? Do let us know.  A very happy Valentine’s day to you all. ❤