Jaipur happens to be one of medieval India's first planned city. The Jat palace grounds, and buildings are beautiful but somewhat ill maintained. I dare say that when there is enough water in the pools, it will really look really beautiful. You can also see some of the historical looting by the Jat rulers from Delhi - some gateways and marbled floors which reminded me of the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque from the Qutb minar complex. However, the guide told me that the likely loot is from the Feroze-Shah complex of Delhi. On the whole, the palace grounds a terrific place for a couple of hours.
First of all, this is not a Palace in true sense. This is by, Indian standards, a Haveli. That's...Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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