Tourist Attractions of New City Jaipur :
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was during the reigns of Maharaja Ram Singh (1835-1880), that the saturated
and overpopulated city of Jaipur started expanding beyond the fortifying
walls. This led to the division of Jaipur into old city (within the city
wall) and New City in Jaipur (outside the city wall). With time, many civic amenities,
modern structures and bazaars sprung up in this part of Jaipur that
negatively impacted the extensive and systematic planning of the old town.
Though all the historical monuments of Jaipur are located in the old City,
there are quite a good number of Tourist Attractions of New City of Jaipur Trip too.
Ram Niwas Public Gardens on Jawaharlal Nehru Road is a sprawling garden
which was commissioned by the Maharaja. It is a nice picnic spot. Moti
Dungri Fort once served as a prison, but is now owned by the royal family.
It is banned for public viewing.
Albert Hall is another historical site here. It was specially built for the
Prince of Wales, when he paid a Visit in Jaipur City in the year 1876. It is one
of the Best Attractions of the New city, beautified with British and Indian
styling elements and enveloped by well laid out gardens. It now serves as
the Central Museum. There are other museums too located in this part of the
city, which include the Modern Art Gallery in Ravindra Manch Building, the
Science Museum and the Birla planetarium near the Statue Circle.
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Monuments in North India
Duration :14 Nights / 15 DaysAttractions :-
- Delhi Sightseeing - Jama Masjid, Red Fort,Chandni Chowk
- Trip to Hawa Mahal in Jaipur
- Wildlife Safari in Ranthambore National Park
- Tiger Safari at Bandhavgarh National Park
- Visit to Khajuraho Group of Temples
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- Visit Laxmi Narayan Temple in Delhi
- Temple visit in Mathura
- Appreciating arhitecture of Taj Mahal in Agra
- Holy Dip at Varanasi (Ganga)
- Visit to the erotic temples of khajuraho
Lakshmi Narayan Temple, located at J.Nehru Road, showcases a perfect
example of modern temple architecture. It is one of the many such temples
built across the country, by the well known industrialist group of the
country, the Birlas. It sees a lot of visitors and tourists coming to bow
their heads in front of the life size idol of Lord Lakshmi Narayan, carved
out of marble. The temple also has figures of deities, that belong to other
faiths and religions too, which makes it one of the few secular temples in
India. Another popular temple in this area is of Lord Ganesha. It witnesses
crowds of devotees, specially on Wednesday.