Jaipur is a city of beauty and known for its great architectural grandeur. The capital city of Rajasthan has numerous gardens, forts, palaces, heritage hotels, and havelisin its tenure, but it also has many other attractions which are not among these but they are public places, which are still examples of gorgeous architecture and ensemble of natural beauty. These places are no less that any royal architecture but they are some of the best attractions one can enjoy in Jaipur after visiting the main tourist places.
These places will also take up one full day and one can enjoy the beautiful places such Kanak Vrindavan Garden, Rajmandir Cinema and many other places which you will love to visit every time you visit Jaipur. These are some of the places which you will love by seeing their striking architecture and presence and the people will be happy on their decision of visiting at these places. These five places are extraordinarily beautiful and one would need more time to experience their beauty.
This is not only a theatre but could be stated as “Work of Art”. The architectural beauty of this theatre is no less than any palace and often called as the ‘Pride of Asia’. The theatre was opened in the year 1976, as the foundation stone was laid in the year 1966 and it took 10 long years to complete the construction. This theatre is owned by Bhuramal Rajamal Surana. But the dream of making such kind of cinema was seen by ShriMahtab Chandra Golcha,and the architecture was designed by W.M. Namjoshi, and it took ten years to complete this adorned structure. The structure of this theatre is a magnificent creativity and one can be seen in its walls and the ceilings. The ceilings are cladded with jewelled chandeliers, with dynamic work of the craftsmanship. The galleries are districted with four sparkling names i.e. Pearl, Ruby, Emerald and Diamond, and the seating facility is no less than any luxurious set ups. So, watching a film in Rajmandir Cinema will be an exquisite experience for anyone who wants to watch film like a royal king/queen.
This is a very popular Cricket Stadium of India and shortly known as SMS. The name of the stadium is named after Sawai Man Singh as it was built during the reign of Raja Sawai Man Singh II and the seating capacity of the stadium is for 23,185 people. The stadium is not only a large one but also holds the credit of hosting some of the prestigious matches played in India. The stadium was established in the year 1969 and owned by Rajasthan State Sports Council. The stadium witnessed some of the very prestigious cricket matches of international Cricket and known to be one of the best stadiums with all kinds of amenities. The indoor arena of this stadium is equally attractive and holds first class amenities like AC equipped player change rooms and lounge, medical rooms and dope control arenas, media centre, state-of-the-art-acoustics and parking facilities with maple wood flooring at playing field. The stadium is also equipped to be used for many non-sporting events and it can put up any indoor sporting event played at the Olympics too.
Jaipur Zoo is one of the most promising places for the tourists and the place is an exotic hub of animals, reptiles and birds. The zoo of Jaipur was established in the year 1877 and always been a centre of attraction for the bird and animal lovers. In the year 1999 the zoo became a harvesting centre for the ghariyals or the crocodiles. The zoo is house to more than 50 species of animals and birds and a home to more than 550 lives. People who will visit here will be able to see white leopard, Black Panther, Bengal tiger, hyena, wolf, monkey, baboon, Himalayan bear, chinkara, chital deer, Indian civet, and many other among mammals. Amongst birds one can watch out for peacocks, emu, pelican, owl, guinea hen, goose, white stork, cockatoo and many others. Amongst the reptiles the people can watch out for ghariyals, turtles, pythons and many others. A complete day out will literally give you a nice flashes of flora and fauna.
This beautiful garden is nestled on the foothills of the Aravalli ranges and located near the very gigantic and prestigious Amer fort. Kanak Vrindavan Gardens was established by Kachchwaha Rajput Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur, around 275 years back and is one of the most exquisite places of Jaipur which should be one of the most loved places of Jaipur. The garden is a marvel of architecture and known to be resembling the garden where Lord Krishna used to play with his Gopis.The garden is located beautifully in the valley of the Nahargarh hills, and this lushly garden is surrounded by trees and full of green velvety lawns. The garden is decorated with intricate ‘chhatris’, which are done with beautiful mirror and ‘jali’ work. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna named as Govind Deo ji temple which is equally beautiful and adorned with a sequence of fountains.
This beautiful garden is an exclusive example of Mughal and Indian architecture, and its needless to say that it add more points to the Jaipur tourism. There are a number of people who find this garden amazing, because it is indeed a place of exquisite craftsmanship and greenery. The garden was built and named after Queen Sisodiya and was built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh in the year 1728 who was his second queen and she was extremely beautiful and depicting his love towards her. The garden is festooned with flower beds, and fountains and one can see the fine greenery with the trail of trees and lovely paintings of Lord Krishna and Radha. The garden is also having temples of lord Krishna and Hanuman and is a very peaceful and serene place to be.