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Jaipur falls in the semi arid zone and hence experiences very hot summers from April to July with the mercury soaring up as high as 47°C. Jaipur receives small rains during monsoons (from July to September).Winters here is between November to February with temperatures as low as 4 degree Celsius. Nights are very chilly during winters. The best time to visit Jaipur is between September to early December when the weather is quite pleasant. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Jaipur is well connected to many cities of India. NH 8 connects Jaipur with Delhi and Mumabi. Bus services are available for many other places like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat etc. Sindhi Camp, Jawahar Nagar, Durgapura and Sodala are the main bus stands in Jaipur. 

By Air:

Jaipur has an international airport located in the town of Sanganer which is about 19 km from Jaipur. Terminal 1 is the international terminal and terminal 2 is the domestic terminal. The airport operates flights to several cities of India and Asia. 

By Rail:

Jaipur is connected via trains to major cities of India and various other small towns of Rajasthan. Palace of Wheels is one of best known luxury trains in India that serves in Jaipur. 


Jaipur, popularly known as the Pink City is a tourist’s delight with its fascinating royal splendor.  It is one of the most well maintained and well developed cities in India reflecting the majestic Indian history. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. It presents a great amalgamation of modernity with ancient cultural and royal ethos.


This ancient city is like a canvas painted with spectacular monuments, forts and temples in pink which is of utmost enchantment for many visitors. Touring Jaipur and its architectural marvels is like mingling with a rich pre modern era that has all the makings of a modern metropolis.


Jaipur is a lush green city with broad roads. The city is separated into six different sectors for better and easier transportation. Jaipur being a proper blend of modern culture and traditional ethos offers a wide range of activities that can be done. Be it a luxurious stay in a heritage building or palace, a classic and ethnic Rajasthani apparel or the sumptuous Rajasthani food, Jaipur has it all.  A remarkable work has been done by the Rajasthan Tourism Authority to preserve the cultural heritage of Jaipur.


Jaipur is a shopper’s delight too famous for its ethnic clothing and accessories. Rajasthani folk music and the colour festivals are simply infectious.