Consistent with its name, the ‘pink city’, Jaipur dons an aura of vibrancy and regale. A city with a captivating day life and an equally exciting night life, Jaipur never dozes off. In fact, so fascinating are its arcades that they carry a whiff of history in them. Humming with action and life, Jaipur is a prevalent vacationer center point, which is frequented by drifters from distant locations abroad. While you may drop by at its enchanting strongholds, royal residences and historical centers during the day, there are many choices that this city offers to engage you during the night. This blog seeks to bring out some of the most exciting places to visit at night the next time you are in the land of Jaipur.
1. Jal Mahal
While Jaipur is situated in the place that is known for being desolate and doesn’t have excessively numerous water bodies to brag of, Jal Mahal is an exception. This is a standout amongst the most captivating water castles in Rajasthan. Arranged in the midst of the calming waters of the Man Sagar Lake, it is known to have been revamped and extended by the valiant ruler, Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber amid the eighteenth century. The royal residence is really brilliant when it gleams like a brilliant jewel during the evening.
2. Statue Circle
A noticeable point of interest of Jaipur, this glittering white ‘Statue’ has been devoted to the founder of Jaipur – Sawai Jai Singh II. Unblemished across the span of history, this pristine cenotaph looks regal at night as it beams with animated crowd who are seen enjoying a casual stroll in the garden, grabbing a scoop of refreshing ice cream or a reviving cup of frozen yogurt against the lovely breeze at night or enjoying a piping hot cup of espresso.
3. Amber Fort
Having enjoyed the status of being the capital of the erstwhile princely state of Rajasthan, Amber Fort is famous for its spectacular beauty. Situated in the periphery of Jaipur along the Jaipur-New Delhi Highway, Amber Fort is known for its arresting beauty. It was built in 1592 by the legendary Rajput ruler Raja Man Singh. Bathed by moonlight, this fort is a breathtaking spectacle that leaves the tourists enchanted at night.
4. Jawahar Circle
Believed to be one of the biggest circular parks in Asia developed on the highway, Jawahar Circle is situated along the Jawaharlal Nehru Marg. While the circle is made attractive by various kiosks, it is the musical fountain that steals away the show. Dazzling lights that change colours along with occasional splashes are a rejoicing experience for the visitors. This whole experience makes the night come alive at this place.
Translated as the ‘palace of wind’, Hawamahal is a stunning pink palace engineered out of sandstone that mirrors the glory and essence of the pink city. Comprising of women’s chambers and 953 windows, or jharokhas as they are popularly called, this splendid palace is lit up in varied hues at night.