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Resplendent in the hues of its magnificent past, Jaipur is one of the most vibrant destinations of India. The city of victory – that was originally known as Sawai Jaipur has been named after its founder Sawai Jai Singh in 1727 A.D. Jaipur is in close proximity from Delhi and Agra; thus forming the "Golden Triangle” of North India. Jaipur- Rajasthan’s capital is an enthralling historical city and the gateway to India’s most flamboyant state. Dotted with magnificent palaces, glorious forts and enchanting gardens and it’s famous temples is a must visit. This city has always been a place for tourist attraction because of its Rich Heritage, Architecture, Art and Craft, Rajasthani Jewelry, Fabric, Shoes and many more. Jaipur also lies in close proximity to Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Pushkar, Mandawa, Ranthambor and Jaisalmer, Bikaner hence could be easily combined for an exciting holiday

The most visited attractions of the capital are Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Central Museum, Jal Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, City Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, Ganesh Pol, Lakshmi Narayan Mandir, Ranthambore & Sariska. Jaipur is home to several luxury resorts and hotels each better than the other in its endeavor to pamper and please you. There are also ample budget hotels available in this beautiful city. We can asure you that there will be no dearth of accommodation during the conference


Located in the eastern Rajasthan, Jaipur is popular for its forts and stupendous palaces that stand tall under the blue skies. Jaipur's rich cultural heritage displays its old age traditions, customs, lifestyle, art and architecture of its ancient times. The people of this colorful town are friendly and warm who dance to the tunes of the traditional Rajasthani dances that include Ghoomar and Chari. Jaipur is the famous for its handicrafts authentic craft items. The kundan and meenakari are finely made jewelry famous across the world. Some of the artful talents of artisans include: Bandhani; Block printing; Stone carving and Sculpture; Tarkashi; Zari, Gota, Kinari and Zardozi; Blue Pottery; Ivory carving; Shellac work; Leather ware, etc.


The glorious Pink city lures a large number of international guests during February because of the great weather, popular fairs and festivals which take place during that time. This pleasant weather and our Organizing Committee’s warm hospitality will ensure that you witness the royal Pink City, Jaipur with complete delight, and facilitates you with a refreshing and enriching experience.

Amer Fort:

Made out of red sandstone, Amer Fort was built by Raja Man Singh in 1592. Amer Fort, located high on a hill, is an exquisite example of the Hindu and Mughal architecture. With its large ramparts, series of gates and cobbled paths, the fort overlooks the Maota Lake, at its forefront. Witness the history of famous Amber Fort (Amer Fort) brought to life during an amazing cultural performance – the Amber Fort Light and Sound Show.

Timing: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Indian : Rs. 25.00
Foreigner : Rs. 150.00

City Palace:

One of the architectural heritage of Jaipur city is City Palace which gives a holistic experience to the International and domestic tourists. City Palace is an overwhelming complex of exquisite palaces, gardens and courtyards, decorative art and carved doorways. The tourist attraction fascinated by marvelous Mughal and Rajput and European style of architecture is the official residence of Maharaja of Jaipur.The palace is opened to the General public and International visitor's as a museum.

Timing: 09:30 AM – 5:00 PM (Monday – Sunday))
Entry Fee:
Indian : Rs. 40.00
Foreigner : Rs. 300.00

Jantar Mantar:

A visit to Jaipur is incomplete without a visit to the historic JantarMantar. It is one of the five observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh in 1718. It houses a huge collection of astronomical instruments and the world's biggest sundial. JantarMantar is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a must-visit for all history lovers. There are plenty of observatories all over the world, but the JantarMantar is considered to be one of the largest observatories ever built.

Timing: 09:30 AM – 4:30 PM (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Indian : Rs. 05.00
Foreigner : Rs. 100.00

Hawa Mahal:

The renowned 'Palace Of The Winds' or HawaMahal is built of red and pink sandstone, has been constructed in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god. Jaipur's most distinctive landmark, the HawaMahal is an extraordinary, fairy-tale, pink sandstone, delicately honeycombed hive that raises a dizzying five storeys. The top offers stunning views over JantarMantar and the City Palace one way and over Siredeori Bazaar the other.

Timing:09:00 AM – 4:30 PM (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Indians: Rs 10/- per head
Others: Indian Rs. 50/- per head.

Jal Mahal:

Possibly the most serene sight amidst the chaos of Jaipur, located in the heart of the Man Sagar lake is the magnificent JalMahal. JalMahal, literally the "Water Palace", was constructed in the Mughal-Rajputana style of architecture as a pleasure resort. It is five storey building made up of red sandstone. Four levels of the building submerge under water when the lake is full and only the top most level remains visible and can be accessed with the help of a boat.

Timing: 06:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Indians: Rs 10/- per head
Others: Indian Rs. 50/- per head.

Albert Hall Museum :

: The Albert Hall Museum also known as Central Museum is located in the Ram Niwas Garden and is supposed to be the oldest museum of the state. It was designed by Sir Swinton Jacob, and combines elements of English and North Indian architecture, as well as huge friezes celebrating the world's great cultures. The grand old building hosts an eclectic array of tribal dress, dioramas, sculptures, miniature paintings, carpets, musical instruments and even an Egyptian mummy.

Timing: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Indians: Rs 20/- per head
Others: Indian Rs.150/- per head.

Laxmi Narayan Temple

: Located at the foot of MotiDungri fort in Jaipur, the Birla temple is one of the several Birla Mandirs located all around the country. The temple is sometimes also referred to as the Laxmi Narayan Temple. The LaxmiNarayan Temple has three domes to represent the three religions of India; a tribute to the secular nature of the country. It is constructed with pure white marble and modern approach. Lord Narayan and Goddess Lakhsmi idols are awesome and beautiful.

Timing:8.00 am to 12.00 noon and 4.00 pm to 8.00 pm(Monday – Sunday)
Entry fee: Not applicable

Nahargarh Fort

Located on the rocky ridge of Aravalli Hills, Nahargarh Fort offers the most striking view of Jaipur's scenic landscape. During the night, when the entire Jaipur city gets lit up, Nahargarh Fort offers the most sparkling view of the entire city. The rooms are linked by corridors and retain some delicate frescoes as well as toilets and kitchen hearths. It was used by members of the royal family for excursion in summers and is even now a favored picnic spot.

Timing: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Indians: Rs 10/- per head
Others: Indian Rs.150/- per head.

Abhaneri Step well :

The step wells of Abhaneri reflect the thoughtfulness of the desert people. Since the desert areas of Rajasthan lack water, the locals of Abhaneri invented the step-wells to reserve water during the dry seasons. They also used these wells as cool places of retreat. Though the town is in ruins at present, its step-wells still attract a large number of visitors. Chand Boari is the largest and deepest of all the step-wells in this town.

Timing: Any time of the day (Monday – Sunday)
Entry fee: Not applicable

Jaigarh Fort :

Amongst all the forts and palaces, Jaigarh Fort is the most spectacular in the list of places to visit in Jaipur. This fort is situated on the rugged promontory of the Aravalli Hills, called the CheelkaTeela or the Hill of Eagles. If the majestic appearance of Jaigarh Fort has to be compared with other forts and palaces in Jaipur, it will surely stand ahead of most.The granaries, water reserves and storage systems in this fort are the finest examples of ancient science and technology.

Timing: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Indians: Rs 25/- per head
Others: Indian Rs.75/- per head.

Chokhi Dhani:

While travelling across various places in Jaipur, you might miss out the chance to enjoy certain festive celebrations of Jaipur. If that is the case, you do not have to worry anymore! Just visit ChokhiDhani and witness the liveliness of Jaipur's celebrations, as the celebration never stops in ChokhiDhani! ChokhiDhani, the only five-star rated ethnic village resort in India, is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur. While in ChokhiDhani, you can also witness the popular puppet shows of Rajasthan.

Timing: All Day (Monday – Sunday)
Entry Fee:
Not Applicable

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