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5 Places You Must Visit During Rains in Jaipur

Jaipur city drips in these magical monsoon rains with the cool winds draping and embracing the city with new found glee and vigor. The sheer happiness to deal with these rains, tapping on your window shields, or the beautiful view of the wet Statue Circle, the famous Nahargarh Fort, the Jal Mahal walkway or say the View from your terrace overlooking the entire city, being ravished beneath those thunderstorm clouds, making some partying noise for you.

Let’s browse 5 places to visit in Jaipur city, which should not be missed in the monsoon time-

1. Nahargarh Fort and Padao Restaurant

The padao Restaurant at Nahargarh, Jaipur

The Padao Restaurant at Nahargarh, Jaipur

The first and foremost place in this list of places to visit during monsoons in Jaipur has to be the great and beautiful Nahargarh fort, as it follows from a long, slim and exciting route to travel up the hill with the lanes of Jaipur climbing with you. Thus exciting and exhilarating feeling is really nauseatic. The famous movies like Rang De Basanti, Shudh Desi Romance and many more were also shot in the time of monsoons. You must visit the Padao Restaurant here.

2. The Jal Mahal Walkway

Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal, Jaipur

This is another exotic and attractive location with the whole lake bellowing in small tides and bumps, making the whole landscape look just amazing. One can also enjoy the very delicious Butte (Corn) being sold there with the street vendors, while sipping away the hot cup of teas.

The major attraction here is the Man Sagar Lake and the beautiful Palace structure in the middle of it.

3. Raja Park Area of Jaipur

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Spicy Pakodas and Chatnis at Raja Park area of Jaipur

During the time of monsoon, the Raja Park area of Jaipur is thrumming with people roaming in the streets in those wild and cool bellowing winds, along with rejuvenating their taste buds by eating those hot and spicy pakodas with the tasty green chatnis and the south Indian dishes.

4. Charan Mandir

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Charan Mandir

The Charan Mandir is situated on the crossroad of Nahargarh and Jaigarh district and is whole structure of the building standing amidst the forest, with a great view of the whole city from there.

Also, one can enjoy another adventurous stint in the Jaipur city called ‘Hathiyo ka Kund’, which is situated just 2 km inside the forest behind this Mandir.

5. Galtaji Temple

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Galtaji Mandir

The monsoon also calls for this location which is really graceful and beautiful with its temple like structure and is also the oldest spot in Jaipur. This temple has two huge ‘kunds’, which get filled with water during the time of rains.

Jaipur becomes an exciting place during the time of ravishing rains and magical monsoons. Do not miss having fun at these 5 places to visit in Jaipur.

 


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