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Amber Fort

Amber Fort

Amber Fort: Jaipur Tours Offer Visits To Charming Castle

Jaipur is the town of the Kingdom of Rajasthan is dotted with kingdom structures. Witnessing the good old days in Jaipur, Amber Fort is the city’s famous fortress. It is one of the most beautiful fortresses in Rajasthan that attracts tourists from afar. They reflect the creativity of the craftsmen of the past, built on a hill in the 16th century by the Raja Man Singh. The Martha Lake, near the castle, adds to the charm of this historic structure. The reflection of the fort on the lake is really beautiful. The castle complex comprises the beautiful palaces, pavilions, hallways, the original garden, the staircases and the sanctuary.

Carved in red sandstone and marble, the fort was rude-looking from the outside and from the inside. The architecture of the castle reflects the perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles. The walls are decorated with paintings depicting charming kings-maharajas in a bygone era. The most amazing feature of interior decoration is beautiful sculptures on the walls and ceilings of the fortress. The work of Mirror elaborated inside the fortress, no wonder, leaving the mantra of the public was born. The fortress has a large, sturdy wall.

The castle complex has a temple called Times Temple, with the money door, which has a wonderful history. There is two large silver lion in the temple, which is a great attraction. The Maharaja Singh would worship regularly in the temple before going to war.

Diwan-e-AAM is other wonderful structures within the fortress. It was built by Mirza Raja Jai Singh, this exquisite apartment has been uploaded.

Ganesh Pol and JAI Mandir is an impressive building with other forts. The elephant ride facilities offered the tourists to reach the castle in the realm style.

About Amber Fort

Designed with white marble and red sandstone, the Amber Fort is one of its kind in the whole of Jaipur. It is located at a distance of approximately 11 km from Jaipur. The construction of the fortress began in 1592 by Man Singh I and was terminated, then, by his descendants, Jai Singh I. Lake Maotha bordering the fort and visitors can see the shadow of the construction of the Kingdom of crystalline waters. An unforgettable view of the colossal fortress can be reached by visiting the Ch√Ęteau de Nahargarh, located 8 km from Jaipur, on the top of a hill.

The architecture of the Amber Fort:

Also known as the Amer Fortress, the building features a brilliant fusion of the architecture of Reynaud.

The exterior, as well as the interior, is built in an elegant style. The walls are decorated with paintings, illustrating the life of the kingdom, hunting, etc. Some rooms are equipped with sculptures, mosaics, mural paintings, intricate frescoes. The red sandstone fort has four parts and you can access each one using the central staircase.

Tourist attractions in the Amber Fort:

An exciting ride an elephant in the Amber Fort is a compulsory action of activity. Large animals decorated with clothes and a luxurious bouquet of flowers and the price of the RS. 400/-Travel adventure Kingdom Safari takes visitors through the main entrance and offers the lure of Surajpol, Jaleb Chowk, which is the House of the fortress and the stairs to the temple of Shila Devi Mandir and Kali. Then the brilliant image of the silver by the celebration of the Great Lions. Lord Ganesha’s idol also adds to the attractions.

In addition to the open countryside, the temple and the lake, the Amber Fort Room was the center of a visit to visit. Diwan-i-AM or halls to the public protruding religious courts, where matters relating to the matter are heard and met. The terrace of the fortress has higher Jai Mandir (Hall), which now maintains a collection of sculptures and artifacts of mosaic works. In front of it is the state Sukh Niwas (Pleasure Hall). The intricate sandalwood doors made of ivory attracted visitors ‘ attention.

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