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Nahargarh Biological Park
Safari Jaipur Nahargarh Biological Park
is the latest addition to the adventure tourism attraction. Nahargarh fort in the vicinity of the park is located on the Jaipur-Delhi highway. Located along the ridge of the Aravalli hills, safari 720 hectares of forest land, which is mainly tropical dry deciduous and tropical thorn forests, dotted with granite and quartzite is a guided tour of the rocky ground. Riding through the forest roads spectacular views of the natural landscape, rich flora and fauna, and also some heritage property dating back to the age, including a well, complete with facilities. In addition, foreign animals in the park are known to inhabit some tiger, leopard, lion, leopard, sloth bear, caracal, deer, alligators, crocodiles, lizards, jackals, wild dogs, wolf, hyena, civet, Ratel, otter, fox, Rhesus Monkey and langur. A variety of rare birds and reptiles also feel at home in the wild safari tour in the sanctuary is an hour and a half ride. There is also a hiking / park will take about 1 to 2 hours in the middle level of intensity running joint safari tour.
Jaigarh Fort, a majestic fortress built by Jai Singh II Sawan, Jaigarh Fort, Amber Fort architecture is similar, and offers a panoramic view of the city of Jaipur. The world's largest cannon on wheels fortress, a royal palace and a museum complex and an arsenal as well as "live Shubhat 'assembly hall houses warriors known. In addition to the complex architecture of the fort, the Fort is a huge treasure that was believed to be buried under the fort was famous for. Now it is said that the Rajasthan government has seized the treasure when it was discovered in the 1970s. Jaigarh Fort, Amber Fort, Jaipur and was built to protect the warlords and rivals. Jaigarh fort, much like a jewel on the crown, a palatial structure 'cheel Ka teela' is perched on the hills. Vidya, a talented architect, designed by a royal fort reminder of the rich history of the city and Jai Singh II, is named after the ruler who had made it.
Indian state of Rajasthan is famous for its royal heritage. Many princely states ruled by Rajputs mainly formed by the union, many forts and palaces in Rajasthan. Some of these palaces and forts as well are associated with important historical events. Nahargarh Fort, the other with two forts viz., Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur city once formed a strong defense. The fort was originally built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734 was named Fort Sudarshangarh. Later, a new name, which Nahargarh tigers 'habitat' means had been. Located in one of the world's oldest mountain ranges, the Aravalli hills, the fort gives you a breathtaking view of the natural surroundings. One of the major tourist attractions of Jaipur, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, it connects to its extended wall which is noted for.
Gaitore, one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Jaipur, is a royal cremation ground for the Kachhwaha Rajput kings and the members of the royal family. The word 'Gaitore' is believed to be a mispronounced form of the Hindi phrase, 'Gaye ka Thor' which means 'resting place of the departed souls'. Located on a narrow valley on Jaipur-Amer road, this place is 15 km away from Jaipur. The valley has cenotaphs (chhatri) made of marble and sandstone with Rajastani carvings, dedicated to legendary kings who ruled Jaipur. A perfect blending of Islamic and Hindu temple architecture, Gaitore has cenotaphs of Sawai Ram Singh, Sawai Madho Singh and Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II and so on. Among these kings, the cenotaph of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II is quite impressive with its intricate peacock carvings and designs on beautiful white marble structure. It is said that the carvings on each cenotaph reflects the taste of the respective king. Read further to know more about Gaitore and its historic significance.