Heritage City of Jaipur is all set to heighten the tourists' experience by constructing a series of Heritage Walkways that will allow them the grand vistas of several heritage properties, erstwhile markets, Havelis and other elements of cultural importance. The Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has proposed the construction of 6 new heritage walkways between Ramniwas Bagh-Jorawar Singh Gate and Chandpole-Surajpole Gate.
Among other attractions the heritage walkway will also include the rare sights of light lamps belonging to bygone era and ingenious water system of medieval period.
The 6 heritage walk ways of Jaipur will have a Strategic designed route and a varying length of 600 meter to 2.5 Kms. The total length will be 9.5 Kms. The road will be flanked by heritage style light lamps. These light lamps will be designed in a vintage style and equipped with latest technique LED lights to ensure a better focus and soothing brightness. It will also reduce the consumption of electricity. There will be underground ducts for utility cables like telephone line or electricity cable.
The 6 Heritage Walkways will include...
• From Tripolia to Jaleb Chowk: 600 Metre walkway passing through Chandani Chowk, BrijNidhi Mandir and City Palace.
• From Sirah Dyodhi gate to Cheeni ki Burj: 1.6 Km Walkway passing Through SMS Town Hall, GovindDeoJi and Badal Mahal
• From Kishanpole to Chhoti Chaupar: 1.6 Km long walkway passing through Rajasthan School of Art. Natanioyon Ki Haveli and Chhoti Chaupar
• From Chandpole Gate to Suraj Pole: 2.6 Km walkway going through Chandpole, Sargasooli, Tripolia to Surajpole
• From Sanganeri Gate to Chandi Ki Taksal: 2 Km long walkway going through Johri bazaar, Bari Chaupar, Hawa Mahal
• From Tripolia to Albert Hall: 1.5 Km long Walkway passing through Albert Hall, Ramniwas Bagh and famous Buildings of Chaura Rasta.
One More Heritage Walkway also under construction
One more Heritage walkway is already under construction that was built by the Jaipur Municipality Starting from Chaura Rasta the walkway ends at Kishanpole Bazaar. The erstwhile stonework that was prevalent in royal era has given a unique character to the entire walkway. The square shaped cobble stone used here are especially sourced from the Kota. Even the drains are constructed with red Sand Stone to suit the overall character of the road.
The walkway will cover major heritage areas of Jaipur like Nanga, thatheron ka rasta, nataniyon ka rasta, Sanghi ji ki gali, Sankari Gali, maniharon ka rasta, pandit SHivdeen Ji Ka rasta and Kishanpole Bazaar opposite R Rajasthan school of art.