Madhu Pushp Bhawan
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Jaipur gave us a metropolitan, almost American vibe as we arrived, with wide boulevards and gated houses. The district we stayed in was clearly the wealthier side of the city. Our hotel was a little slice of heaven - still in the budget category, it had luxury characteristics and a rooftop restaurant so popular there was a queue every night.
Once again on our first proper day we ventured out map in hand, ...
... is truly stunning. What I wasn't expecting was a 9 mile wall along the hills surrounding it which was very reminiscent of the Great Wall of China. We wandered around this stunning place which was the ancient capital of Raiput until a Maharaja founded Jaipur in 1727' the fort/palace was built in 1600 and remains in good nick. After this we dropped down to Jaipur. saw the Water Palace and then performed a bit of retail therapy including a new rug for in front of the fire as ...
... shopkeepers ready for unsuspecting tourists. Coincidently, we passed a few western looking faces, in this 'secret passage', some of whom had been lured into the glittering traps. We did not succumb and made it to the terrace where indeed the view was much better. A quick pic was taken and we hurried back down to continue the tour. As we turned down the next narrow alley, a friendly local at Jantar Mantar recommended going to see elephants at elephant village as it was free just ...
... kings joined together to form the state of Rajasthan. When Prince of Wales visited in 1876, the city was all painted pink to commemorate his visit. It has stayed like that ever since and now Jaipur is called the pink city.
We arrived in Jaipur and met out guide for the city. He took us into the Jantar Mantar, an assortment of architectural astronomical instruments. It was built between 1727 and 1733 for Maharaja Sawai ...
... a small group of the ladies how to make papier mache bowls. All of the materials they use for their crafts are found. The hope is that they will learn some of these skills and be able to continue to produce items to sell after. Unfortunately, Ayushi was not available that day. Taking our leave, from the palace, Irma and I walked past the City palace to New gate. We walked along MI road looking for a place to have a beer. Irma's Lonely planet had a ...