Amidst the Forts

iq option wiki I think the comfort of staying in Delhi NCR is you have ample choices for your weekend trip and our trip to Jaipur asserts this fact.

To cut short we both wanted to go for long drive but the sad part was we didn’t have more two days in hand for this trip but as we both are alike a thought of trip means we have to find an option. No way Out !

I think I am lucky that I have a partner whose brain-wiring  is quite similar to mine !

This is us the The Footloose Couple- The Travel Freaks

We had to keep it short trip that can give us the maximum in minimum days !! After all permutation and combination we settled upon Jaipur which is around 280 Km from New Delhi.


Jaipur is a place easily accessible from Delhi through road and train but as we wanted to enjoy the trip to the most we opted for a long drive from get link Delhi to Jaipur- The Pink city.

We left at around 6 am from Delhi . Journey was as good as it can be, through the Delhi Jaipur highway.The plus point was as we had left in the morning the roads were less crowded. The weather was too good and we couldn’t stop ourselves from the alluring roadside Dhaba’s. I think this is the best part of the road trips.You can halt at some good place, loosen yourself , have some refreshments and then start your journey again.

That’s what Life is all about- Go Slow and Enjoy the Moments

We had breaks at several dhabas for tea and some awesome food.Finally we reached our hotel at around pm ( Country Inn one of the best hotels with world class services)

In the evening we left for one of the best place in Jaipur –  Trading CFDs and/or involves significant risk of capital loss. Chokhi Dhani…the traditional place for traditional food. As you enter this place you are greeted by a beautiful women and handsome man clad in the traditional colourful dresses.


You  have little left to your imagination when you are inside this wonderful place.This place is the true reflection of Rajasthani tradition and food .The ambiance all around is of a village with beautiful lamps, colourful lights , mudy huts, troupe of colourful dancers and acrobats.You have different  options for some palatable food which makes it a perfect place to laze around.We had the authentic Rajasthani thali – each of the dish on that thali was lip smacking. We ate like a glutton and then had a glass of Lassi (Flavoured milk) as our dessert and  left for our hotel 🙂

Next day when we visited the various Forts. The vision of the place itself takes you back to those time of Kings and Royalty.


We started with follow link City Palace and Hawa Mahal. City Place- Place where you can enjoy the royalty of Maharaja of Jaipur-Gardens, temples, courtyards and buildings. It’s majestic with stunning beauty. Hawal Mahal itself has its own beauty and the minute architecture in each of the window is truly amazing. Another one the Jantar-Mantar – the astronomical observatory. We also visited Nahargarh – A fort above the pink city- you can have the entire view of pink city from here and Amber fort, which is high up the hill , you can take the beautifully carved staircase made of redstone and marble or go for an elephant ride through the sun gate to reach this palace. And yes you have lot of options for shopping of handicrafts and home decorative items in these places.


Each of the forts has its own history – History of Courage, Sacrifice and Celebration. The guide explained to us the story behind each of the architecture- the stories which tells us about the growth of our civilization technically.Be it the astronomical instrument in binäre optionen signal software Jantar-Mantar that depicts the intelligence in effectively utilizing the resources for fulfilling their needs or the untold story of our warriors who fought through their life’s to protect their country- The story of bravery , dedication and love. Jaipur  follow site speaks about the victory, power and courage.

A Weekend well Spent 🙂

Shape your dreams like the curves & creativity of these Forts…

Live a life as a monument to your soul

Thank you for Stopping by ,Would Love to Hear your Thoughts.


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