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Places to visit in Jaipur during Monsoon |Jaipur Beat

Jaipur is finally showered with the bliss of monsoon 😀 Do you also feel like jumping in puddles and dancing freely in the rain? Well, who wouldn’t cause the joy of the rainy season in Jaipur is worth experiencing!

We’re sure you have seen rains a zillion times before from your room window, but the best way to enjoy the monsoon is when you step out into the city and explore. It’s the only time you witness the true beauty of Jaipur city when it’s drizzling mildly or raining heavily. There’s nothing more soul-satisfying than the smell of rain and sand, raindrops embracing your face and to top it all, your favourite music in the background that will get you right in the feel of the moment.

So, climb up the hill, enjoy the cool breeze, and let the raindrops kiss you. And while it’s raining, there is no place more ideal than a drive to Amer Fort, and Nahargarh Fort to experience this moment! If you can’t’ go out and want to stay indoors for the safety reasons, you still can live the moment and enjoy the armchair travel with Jaipur Beat 🙂

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Maota Lake at Amer Fort

 

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Rain washed Amer Fort
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View of Mansagar Lake from the hills
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Top view of Jal Mahal at Mansagar Lake surrounded by Aravali 
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Green cover of Amer Jaigarh 

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Road to Nahargarh

Let the monsoon magic fall over you as it is not only nature but the beautiful architecture of Jaipur that will enamour one during the rainy season here.

Happy rainy season ☂️

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5 Things That Jaipur Roads Say After Monsoon Showers

A six lane golden quadrilateral which covers around 47 metropolitan cities, Jaipur is among one of them, is not easy to maintain. Jaipur itself has a well connected road system connecting almost all small districts, but with the onset of monsoon the roads speak for themselves.

  1. Daag Ache Hai

Just in case you fall in one of those pits, or someone splashes some keechad on your clothes, just close your eyes and say ‘daag acche hai’ 😀road

  1. Ae Bhai Zara Dekh Ke Chalo!

Stagnant water on the roads with people stuck in the middle is definitely a joy to see. It’s difficult to locate even the gaddhas on the road and you tend to fall, listen carefully to the road singing to you ‘ae bhai zara dekh ke chalo’!road

  1. Once upon a time I was a pakka road, or that’s what you thought.

It was so smooth to drive and enjoy, but all good things come to an end 😉 road

  1. Aise na mujhe tum dekho, seene se laga lunga 😉

Don’t even try to stare at the bumpy roads, you never know when they are in a mood to hug you tight 😀JB road

  1. Ruk jana nahi, tu kabhi haar ke.

The water filled road, definitely makes you stop and think twice. But don’t stop stepping out as walking/riding/driving on these roads is an experience in itself !road

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A Night-Out in the Pink City!

If you want to pick up your car at 8:00 in the evening and want to be on the go for the night, what would your plan be? Whether friends or girlfriends, a new night-out idea always trumps the cliched clubbing plans! Charm your night through the Pink City’s modern-day and historical delights, so that when you come back home, it is an evening well spent.

Could there be a better stress-buster to start your day-end trip than a refreshing drink? Didn’t Benjamin Franklin say ‘In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is freedom’!

Drinks at the Henry’s, Park Prime could give your evening the perfect start. While beers and draught beers are usually stocked, they serve various spirits, cocktails and mock-tails. Their snack menu to go with the drinks has sumptuous Chinese, Continental and North-Indian preparations. My recommendations would definitely be Kathi Roll, Paneer Tikka, Fish Tikka, Chicken Stick, Mojito Mocktail, and Long Island Iced Tea Cocktail.

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Before heading for your car remember to hand-over the steering to the one who doesn’t drink or take a chauffeur-driven car. We insist don’t mix drink with driving. Through the drive after this appetizing drinks’ round, some romance with your partner or fun with your friends must be on your mind. Savour the emotion until your stomach groans for food. When you pass by The Forresta Kitchen & Bar at Devraj Niwas Hotel in Bani Park, stop your car as food here is the exact gourmet bliss your stomach must be craving for by now. As the name also suggests, the forest ambience, the light mist spraying and the muted lighting is the backdrop with a difference and adds further to your spirits.

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It is time for some reminiscing! Recollect the good-old times while driving through the walled city, especially the Hawa Mahal revelling in the moon light. The chaos and bustle of this city area during the day, transforms into a peaceful and quiet place by the night, where you can cherish the beauty of the earliest built part of Jaipur. One of the most beautiful and serene places of the Pink City is Jal Mahal, and we Jaipurites are crazy about it. There couldn’t be a more romantic view than the reflection of the stars and the cobalt blue sky in the unruffled water.

You could catch a cup of hot coffee while still enjoying the cool breeze at the roof-top Cafe Coffee Day in front of Jal Mahal; after all (as the CCD logo says) a lot can happen over coffee 😉

Hawa Mahal by Night

Jal Mahal

Drive back home through the Prithviraj Road to experience your car cruise. While crossing the Statue Circle, don’t miss the look of the erstwhile Maharaja (Sawai Man Singh) of Jaipur in his full glory. If the girls in your car are craving for an ice-cream, you know nothing beats Jaipur’s favourite Jal Mahal ice-cream parlour!

Statue circle

Coming back home, you realise there was a lot of good time spent today to relish. So the next time you want to spend some quality time through the late evening that could possibly have a calming effect on you then you know the places to be in Jaipur.

A late-nights’ drive with someone special by you is the best stress-buster ever!