City Palace Complex, Jaipur, Rajasthan


The city palace is a great example of “Indian Shilpa Kala”. In this palace the traditions and arts of state Rajasthan alive. The city palace is a special architecture that covers the Rajput, Mughal and European style architecture. The City palace was founded by Sawai Jai Singh II that was the ruler of Amber in 1732.

The city palace is a great example of "Indian Shilpa Kala". In this palace the traditions and arts of state Rajasthan alive.

History of City Palace


The city palace is a special architecture that covers the Rajput, Mughal and European style architecture. The City palace was founded by Sawai Jai Singh II that was the ruler of Amber in 1732. This palace was developed by Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya and Samuel Swinton Jacob.
City Palace Complex, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Location of City Palace


The City Palace is situated at the center of Jaipur. There are many some more historical buildings there like: Hawa Mahal, Jaleb Chouk, Sargasuli etc.
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What embedded in the City Palace?


1. Chandra Mahal
2. Mubarak Mahal
3. Mukut Mahal
4. Maharani's Palace
5. Shri Govind Dev Temple and
6. City Palace Museum
7. Diwan-I-Aam
8. Diwan-I-Khas
9. Bhaggi Khana

Specialty in City Palace


The City Palace has a different architecture in its every object. There is no similarity between two objects of the palace. There are 2 big vassals of silver. Each of them can contain 4000 liters water and they have 340 kg in weighting.

How to reach City Palace


The city palace complex is in the heart of the Pink City, slightly northeast of the very centre of Jaipur. Jaipur is well connected by a network of road, rail and air links to all the major cities and towns of India.


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