Jaipur, also known as Pink City, is the capital and the largest city of Rajasthan. Famous for its arcade and wondrous architecture, be it the Wall City, Bazaars, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, UNESCO sites Amer Fort & Jantar Mantar, and many more places Pink City has always been on the top destination for global travellers. The aura of pink running through the veins of Jaipur makes it one of the most amazing cities to explore. Built as a 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 city has caught a high pace of development and growth along with conserving its original essence. With alluring forts, large Havelis, stunning edifices, and magnificent palaces, the place emulates a beautiful past along with a twist of modernity. The pompousness of colourful lehriya, vibrant culture, magnificent architecture, rich textiles, awe-inspiring jewellery and authentic delicacies attracts the attention of local and global tourists. The excellence of this place can only be experienced by visiting it. The colourful city becomes even livelier and lovely with the festivals celebrated here in a flamboyant way. The city observes different fairs and festivals at different times of the year like Holi Festival, Gangaur Festival, Teej festival & Kite festival and many others.

The landscape of Jaipur is also dotted with various temples and pilgrims. The temples here have a royal touch & splendour and are highly praised for their architectural beauty & faith by the tourists like Moti Doongri, Galta Temple, Khole Ke Hanuman Temple, Govind Dev ji, Birla Mandir and many more.

Jaipur has always enjoyed the status of a well-established business centre; various shopping zones like Kishanpole Bazar, M.I road, Babu Bazaar, Johari Bazar, Chaura Rasta have been an eternal favourite among national as well as international shopaholics. The nearby Sanganer & Bagru area, on the other hand, is quite famous for hand-block painting and handcrafted paper. The most excellent time to take a visit to this captivating heritage city is between October and March when the weather is comparatively cooler.

Occupying a distance of 431 metres above sea level, the aridity of the pink city is of hot semi-arid type. The hot season prevails from Mid-March to June when the mercury rises to 45 degrees Celsius. The monsoon hits the city between July and September. During the winter season, it is a moderately soothing climate for most of the days but the temperature usually drops down to 1-2 degrees at night. The admirable months to visit this mesmerizing city vary between October and March. Chilly days have an astonishing spell on the pink city which makes it one of the most lively places to visit. The climate then is amusing enough to take a road trip around the city of Rajputs. During rainy days, the city offers a picture-perfect scenic view and raises the spirit of all when its surroundings brims with lively mesosphere.

Welcome to Pink City!