31 January 2013

30 January 2013

Jaipur International Film Festival 2013

A 5day “Jaipur International Film Festival - Jan30 to Feb3 - 2013” started Today and I Just have One Word to Describe it “Immature”.

14 January 2013

Makar Sankranti or Kite Festival 14Jan.

Makar Sankranti or Kite Festival is one of the most auspicious occasions for the Hindus, and is celebrated in almost all parts of India. But It happens best in Jaipur. . . :) Majorly all the Indian festivals are somehow connected to Harvest season and so does Makar Sankranti. Makar Sankranti is perhaps the only Indian festival whose date always falls on the same day every year on, January 14, with some exception, when the festival is celebrated on January 13 or January 15.

12 January 2013

Food Festival 11Jan to 13Jan 2013

Food Festival Organised by Dainik Bhaskar at Jawahar Kala Kendra was inaugurated by Education minister Brij Kishor Sharma and Vijay Laxmi Bishnoi, Mahendra Surana was also there to welcome them. 

08 January 2013


Once Upon a time it was a Nice Place to Visit, it’s a man made water body in middle of city. But now it is in very bad condition. 

By Manav Singhi

Aanand Krishn Bihari Ji Temple

This is a massive temple complex with a high risefacade and gateway. Four storey building with top one forming terrace. The gateway is structurally ostentatious though not in a sound state. PERIOD YEAR : 18thCentury A.D.

If any of you have Further More knowledge About this place please Share with Us Thanks.

Pratapeshwar Temple

This temple were constructed by Maharaja Pratap 
Singh in vikram samvat 1856 and completed in two 
Pratapeshwar Temple houses and venerates the entire Shiva family. Idols of Lord Shiva and Parvati, Ganesh, Kartikeya, Nandi and Goddess Durga are enshrined here.
Shri Pratapeshwar Mandir shows traits of Mughal style of architecture. High gates and elevated plinth of main edifice gives the temple a distinct aura. Maha Shivaratri and Patotsava are the main festivals celebrated in the temple.

PERIOD: YEARS :18th Century A.D.

Shri Govind Dev Ji Mandir

One of the royal temples of Jaipur. Open courtyard, pavilions on sides. It is highly decorative with paintings on spandrels.

07 January 2013

Elephant Village

Hathi Gaon, or Elephant Village, at village of Kunda  just a few kilometres from the Amber Fort is designed to offer stabling for over 100 elephants, as well as providing accommodation and employment for the owners, mahouts and their families. Set on thirty hectares of land, the village consists of stable blocks with attached housing, as well as a man-made lake where the elephants can swim, play – and of course get thoroughly washed down after a day in the heat and dust. The idea behind the project is that welfare groups as well as vets and government agencies will be able to better serve the Elephant community if they're all in one place. Education for their owners is high on the list of priorities.

Brijnidhi ji Mandir

very interesting historical event is responsible for the construction of this temple. Maharaja Pratap Singh was a staunch devotee of Lord Govind Dev Ji. It is said that the Maharaja could see and talk vis-à-vis Shri Govind Dev Ji. In those days Vazid Ali Shah, the Nawab of Avadh killed the Vice Roy of the British empire. The British Raj Proclaimed that the Nawab was its enemy. Fleeing Avadha, the Nawab came to Jaipur and sought asylum at the count of the Maharaja who granted him an asylum and swore in the name of Govind Dev Ji in the presence of the deity that he would not hand him over to the Britishers. Later, the Maharaja was hard pressed by the Britishers and his own Prime Minister Daulat Ram and under duress he handed over the Nawab to the Britishers after executing some memorandum of understanding.

Badal Mahal

Badal Mahal (Cloud Palace) was the Hunting pavilion that was constructed in 1750 and lies towards the north end of the Jai Niwas Garden. Badal Mahal stands reverse to Chandra Mahal (City Palace) and although crossing the path, one would locate Govind Dev Ji Temple between them. It is adjacent to Talkatora. The ceilings of this five arched pavilion are painted in blue and white and traces of the cloud. There is not much to see Here.

05 January 2013

Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple in Jaipur is a popular tourist attraction, which is known for its beautiful architecture. This temple is situated in Vaishali Nagar and is renowned for the impressive idols, carvings and sculptures. It is dedicated to Lord Narayan and is famous for its lush green vicinity.
By Manav Singhi

Jain Temple (Sanganer)

Shri Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra Mandir

The ancient Shri Digamber Jain temple of Sanganer is 16 km from Jaipur. Shri Digamber Jain temple Sanghiji is a jewel of town. In this temple the Principal Deity the Lord Adinath (Rishabh Dev), the first tirthankar are supposed to be 4000 years old. The ancient Shri Digamber Jain temple of Sanganer has fine carvings that are comparable to the Dilwara temples of Mount Abu that are built in many phases. Last phase of this spectacular temple was completed in 10th century A.D., according to inscription of V.S. 1011 in one of the pylons (Toranas). It has sky-high 'shikharas' (spires) and the inner sanctum is a stone shrine with skyhigh eight Shikharas (Pinnacles). This temple is seven storied.

Barkheda Teerth

Barkheda Teerth is situated at Barkheda village, in Rajasthan. This Jain temple is dedicated to the Jain goddess Rishabhdevji. Other prominent deities in this temple are Shri Shantinath Bhagwan, Shri Parshwanath Bhagwan, Pundrik Swami and Shri Simandhar Swami. This ancient Jain temple was renovated by the Jain saint Acharya Shri Nityanandsuriji in 1999.

There Is A beautiful Pond in Front of Temple.
By Manav Singhi

Amar Jawan Jyoti

Amar Jawan Jyoti memorial was built to honor the bravery of Jaipur's legendary martyrs and soldiers. Located in Vidhyut Nagar, you are bound to pass this gorgeous structure if you are on your way to or from Vidhan Sabha. Most locals come here in the evenings to marvel at the brilliant lighting effects. With the hue of the monument magically changing from one vivid color to another, Amar Jawan Jyoti certainly makes for a picturesque backdrop for postcards and photographs.
By Manav Singhi

04 January 2013


Chandlai is one of the Village in Chaksu Mandal in Jaipur District in Rajasthan State. Chandlai is located 10.7 km distance from its Mandal Main Town Chaksu. Chandlai is 25 km far from its District Main City Jaipur.

It has a beautiful lake and could be fun for the Bird Lovers.
By Manav Singhi

Narsingh Temple

Narsingh Mandir is placed in a small room of the palace. It was the first home of the Kachhawa ghat Kshatriya of Gwalior who captured Amber region from Meenas. 

It was Constructed in 1702 A.D. 

It is one of the few protected monuments in this area but do not expect too much from it. It’s importance is more historical than architectural.

By Manav Singhi

Shri Dig Jain Atishaya Kshetra, Padampura

Shri Dig. Jain Atishaya Kshetra, Padampura. Bara Padampura, District Jaipur is a unique place of miracles (Atishaya Kshetra) famous in north India for its very beautiful idol of Bhagawan Padamprabhu (The 6th Teerthankar) in cross legged seating posture 2 feet & 4 inch in height made of white stone. This was appeared while digging for foundation of a house by Moola Jat. The day when this idol appeared was Vaishakh Shukla 5 V.S. 2001.

03 January 2013

Kalki Ji Temple

Kalki Ji Temple The temple is located near Bari Chaupar on the way to Sire Dyodhi Bazar. Access to this temple is through a pointed arched gateway made in Indo-Persian style. It has a typical Birla Mandir type of Architecture. Three ‘Ardh-Mandapams’ and the ‘Maha-Mandapam’ and the sanctum has three different spire i.e. Dravidan, Orissan & Nagar.

It was Counstructed in 18th Century A.D.
By Manav Singhi

Shri Ram Chandraji Temple

This is a sprawling and splendid example of Rajasthani architecture. It has an elaborate gateway complex followed by an open space and then the main temple complex. All possible elements of Hindu, Jain, Mugal traditions have been used to adorn its façade and decorate its interiors. There are numerous jharokhas, brackets and chhajjas. The design of stone parapets is common in all parts of building.

Chatoor bhuj Mandir

Chatoor bhuj Mandir The temple is situated near chhoti chaupar in Chandpole Bazar. It is a beautiful shrine. It is based on first storey, approached by a staircase. Ornamented Façade. Two massive images of elephants, dextrously made of marble, on both sides. The arched opening is veneered with white marble. Main shrine has a large mandap with compound columns on which beautiful foliated arches are made. Arch vaults are beautifully pinted.

Sita Ram Ji Ka Temple

Sita Ram Ji Ka Temple The temple is situated in Chhoti Chaupar Bazar. It is a magnificent structure with Nagar style of Sikhara. The Sikhara has multiple turrets called Anga Sikharas. The sikhara is surmounted by a large Amalaka and beautifl water vase type pinnacle.

Built by Seth Lunakaran Netani, Banker of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 18th Century A.D.
By Manav Singhi

02 January 2013

Neel Kanth Mahadev

NilaKanth Mahadev Shiva Temple, Is situated at village Parnagar, about 100km from Jaipur on Jaipur - Rajgarh Road, you can reach here from Dosa also.
Ancient Rajyapur and medieval Rajorgarh is at present in ruins, execpt one temple dedicated to Shiva-The Neelkanth. Locally the place is also known as Tribhuvan.
Originally the temple of Neelkanth was built in about the early part of the 10th century.

Bihari Ji Ka Mandir

 Bihari Ji Ka Mandir Temple, built during the reign of Mirza Raja Jai Singh I (1611–1667), is emblematic of seventeenth-century temple architecture in the region.

Panna Meena ka Kund.

Panna Meena ka Kund or Panna Mian ki Baoli or Panna Meena Stepwell

Panna Meena ka Kund or Panna Mian ki Baoli or Panna Meena Stepwell, is located on Jaipur-Amer road near the Anokhi Museum  Amer area. It was built in the sixteenth century, It was build as a sort of community gathering area.  A place where people could come for water, a swim, a chat with a neighbor or relax. The criss-cross of stairs, the octagonal gazebos, and the recessed doorways--this baoli is fun to walk around and photograph. It is a great place to sit and spend some time during the hot summer afternoons because the ground of the kund remains very cool during that time.

According to the local residents of the place, it is impossible for a person to use the same stairs to get down and go upstairs. It is a big mystery of the place and all the tourists visiting here try to do this.