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When we talk about the Jaipur then it is not possible that we could ignore the Amer fort. It is most beautiful fort and the pride of Jaipur. Amer fort is also spelled, known and pronounced as Amber Fort. It is located in Amer, 11 k.m from Jaipur. It is one of the major tourist attractions, located high on hill. The fort is remarkable for its majestic grandeur, surroundings, battles and beautiful palaces and halls. Fort is known for its Indian Artistic Style, blending Hindu and Rajputs elements. Amer Fort has the marvelous decoration influenced by both, the Hindu and Muslim manner of ornamentation. Tourists simply astonish by intricate carving on the walls and ceilings. Exquisite paintings of hunting scenes on the walls depict the temperament of the Rajputs, who were extremely revolutionary, adventurous, and self-indulgent. Its Indian architecture includes large ramparts, series of gates; the fort overlooks the ‘Maota Lake’, at its forefront.

Tourist attraction of Jaipur

Elephant ride
Elephant ride

Amber is another town in the lap of royal Pink city, and is located 11kms away from Jaipur. Amber was the territorial kingdom of the Kings of Kacchawaha, in the 10th century Amber was ruled by the Meena’s, after that the Kacchawaha .. Read More…

Mughal Garden
Mughal Garden

Amer Fort is a majestic architectural piece which was built under the Islamic architectural style, the palace is known for its imperial marble and stone carving and work, its lush green manicured gardens and the luxurious… Read more…

Sheesh Mahal
Sheesh Mahal

The majestic fort has the entrance from the Ganesh Pol, from Ganesh Pol you enter into a courtyard named Jaleb Chowk, from Jaleb Chowk leads a huge pathway and a huge gathering hall named as Diwaan-e-aam (Place for common gathering). Read More…

Shuk mandir
Shuk mandir

The Sukh Mandir palace was kept cool in the summer by covering its arched openings with screens woven with the roots of the aromatic grass called khas. The screens were moistened periodically with water, air passing … Read More…

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