First we saw the Blue city then the golden city, now with the Pink city – Rajasthan has it all covered. Famously known as Jaipur, it was the first planned city in India and the colour pink was chosen, as it meant hospitality. It’s a bustling business centre with an age-old royal charm to it that can amaze any traveller. The City Palace was built in 1727 and is the actual home of Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh – the 21 year old, king of Jaipur. Other architectural sights to behold are the Hawa Mahal, Albert hall museum, Amber Fort and so on. Jaipur is packed with spellbinding festivals like the elephant festival, kite festival, Teej festival, Gangaur festival and much more.
A household craft, Bandhani has become a major shopping product of Jaipur. Block printing, a distinguished tradition of printing with finely carved wooden blocks is another major art and craft in practiced in Jaipur. It is one the leading manufacturers and exporters of handicraft, textile, Camel leather, Rugs and carpets, quilts and brass enamel. When it comes to food, traditional meals are mostly served in restaurants. However, there has also been an uptick in international cuisine, due to the influx of Europeans. This is a city known for its spicy dishes from Junglee Laal Maas to Pickles using mathania chillies to local sweets like ghevar (a buttery disc-shaped batter cake, deep fried and covered in pistachios and cardamom). The best time to visit Jaipur is between September and April. Temperatures tend to veer towards the colder side in December and January.
Palace Homes and Hotels in Jaipur make the lives of tourists more comfortable by adding pleasure to their everyday existence with subtle luxury. The best 5 star hotels in this region are: JW Marriott, Oberoi Udaivilas, 4 hotels including the famous Taj Rambagh Palace, Crowne Plaza, Double Tree by Hilton, Radisson, Trident, Le Meridien and Samode Palace. From a royal petal welcome to its food, the luxe hotels in Jaipur offer the best that money can buy, while boasting an experiential stay with all modern amenities. New Resorts & Luxury tent accommodations may well add Good Quality Decorative Wooden Fans with light along with HVAC, to reduce costs post Covid-19 and Hotels undertaking renovations, may consider Luxaire Designer Ceiling Fans with different Sizes, Themes & Colours for every major area of the hotel that you can think of. Using Tropical Outdoor Ceiling Fans at the Poolside bar offers a natural breeze effect without any sound in the process, making it an ideal spot to spend a lazy afternoon or simply giggling by the Bar Lounge with a Margarita in hand, when you’ve just made some new friends!
Royal themed Luxury Ceiling Fans is the answer for all new interior decoration, if you want to increase the Exclusive quotient. If you have massive living spaces of 800-1200 sqft area, then you may really ‘live life king size’ if you simply select an HVLS Fan from Luxaire (High volume Low speed) or Super King Sized Fans with Green technology that ends up saving 65% energy in summer and 10% in winter! As big Bungalows and Villas in Jaipur come with 12 feet or more ceiling height, using a bunch of shadow throwing Contemporary Pendant Lights is just what you need at the entrance foyer, Lobby or master Bedroom, as its a great option for high ceilings.
The regal cuisine, unrivalled architecture, and raw natural beauty of the Rajasthan countryside is enough to retain Jaipur as a world class destination.