Starting life as a palace complex, the Amber Fort has grown to be an iconic symobl of the city. The Amber Fort was built using a mixture of red and white sandstone.
The City Palace is known for its brightly coloured architecture and was constructed during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Visitors always enjoy exploring its vast grounds.
This photograph was taken at the Jaigarh Fort and shows the surrounding natural scenery. The Jaigarh Fort offers endless photo opportunities, including views across the Amber Fort.
The Jantar Mantar Observatory is one of the main attractions in the city of Jaipur and is home to an enormous collection of instruments relating to both astronomy and also architecture. Almost 300 years old, the Jantar Mantar Observatory is often used by locals to predict the weather.
The gardens at the Oberoi Rajvilas have been landscaped and are well maintained, providing guests will plenty of shady places to sit and enjoy the seasonal Indian flora. Boasting views of the city and fort, the Oberoi Rajvilas also contains a series of private courtyards and outdoor swimming pools.
The swimming pool at the Oberoi Rajvilas provides the perfect way to cool down on a hot day. Other facilities at this luxury hotel include extensive landscaped gardens, sunken marble baths and tents with embroidered canopies.
Photograph showing the spectacular facade of the Palace of the Winds, which is known locally as the Hawa Mahal. The Palace of the Winds features a distinctive pink sandstone facade and is actually part of the spreading City Palace complex.