Jaipur established by Maharaja Sawai Singh 2, is one of the most favored tourist destination among tourists for many reasons one among them being its monuments. Crossing the land of Jaipur and having not visited its marvels, will render your trip incomplete. Here’s presenting a list of Monuments that you should cover during your time in Jaipur.

Ram Niwas Garden

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Jaipur finds its green zone in Ram Niwas Garden. To offer famine struck people relief, Maharaja Sawai Singh constructed the Ram Niwas Garden. Sprawled across 35 acres the Garden houses the Albert Hall Museum, Ravindra Rang Manch theatre, Jaipur Zoo, an Exhibition ground, a gymnasium and picturesque picnic spots. The garden is prettified with its shady green palms and perfectly assorted rose gardens. If you are looking to soak in Jaipur royalty, this is an idyllic place to spend the day.

Albert Hall Museum

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Initially constructed as a concert hall in 1876, this museum is named after London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. Its founding stone was laid by the Prince of Wales during his visit to Jaipur. Toying with ideas on how this space should be used, in its starting days it was used as a Town Hall, then it went on to become a museum with a display of Industrial arts and finally the space started showcasing the work of local artisans. The museum is constructed with the entwining of Indo and Saracenic architecture and glorified with stone ornamentation.