The Internal Beauty of Jaipur

Jaipur is often called the Pink City, because its construction used a pink stone. Also known, as Indian Paris, due to its beauty and romantic atmosphere. They speak Jaipur in Hindi and Rajasthani. Some of the residents speak English, Sindhi and Punjabi.

Jaipur is known as one of the diamond and jewelry centers. He is a major supplier of gold. There are global companies such as Genpact and Infosys along with their Service Apartments Jaipur. Interesting Jaipur is also a special street layout. He was the first city of India with a rectangular layout.

The city is very popular among tourists. It is included in the Golden Triangle of India along with cities such as Agra and Delhi. Jaipur is suitable for both family and youth recreation.

Climate and nature

The city climate is arid, tropical. From April to July it is hot here, the temperature exceeds +30 ° C, but for the winter (November – February) a mild climate is characteristic with a temperature of + 15… + 18 ° C and a minimum of precipitation. Sometimes there is a sharp drop in temperature to zero.

The monsoon season lasts from June to September. It is characterized by heavy rains, thunderstorms, and sometimes floods. The best time to visit Jaipur is the winter months.

The city is located in the eastern part of the state and is located at an altitude of about 430 meters above sea level. In the district of Jaipur, the Banganga and Banas rivers flow, and the beautiful gardens of the Kanak Vrindavan Gardens complex are green.


Special is the architecture of the city. It is diverse and includes many cultural traditions. All neighborhoods including Service Apartment in Jaipur in the city are rectangular. Jaipur itself is surrounded by a wall that has protected it from wild beasts and enemy troops for hundreds of years.

The best way to get acquainted with the sights of the city is a walk. The seventh part of Jaipur is occupied by the Maharaja Palace. Its complex includes: the temple of Sri Govin Dev, Chandra Mahal and the City Palace Museum with a large collection of costumes and weapons, and a collection of carpets. Half of the complex is used as the residence of the governor, the other functions as a museum.


Traditional Jaipur dishes are Dal Baati Churma made from a mixture of wheat and lentils, sweets Ghevar, Moong Thal, Gajak and Feeni. As an alternative to the local cuisine serves African cuisine, as well as Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, English. There are Italian and French restaurants.