Arriving in Jaipur, India one is immediately immersed by the pink surroundings that envelops the capital of Rajasthan. Known as the “Pink City”, it is regarded as the most colorful city of India as most of the terracotta buildings are painted in a welcoming pink that symbolizes hospitality. The city is a true mix of old and new, as buses and motorcycles weave between the historical structures that bring life to the city.

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Jaipur, India

Patrika Gate

Located in Jawahar Circle, the Patrika Gate depicts colorful paintings of the history of Jaipur.

Jaipur, India

Nahargarh Fort

The name of this historic fortification surrounding Jaipur means "The Abode of Tigers".

Jaipur, India

Golcha Cinema

Opened in 1954, Golcha Cinema is a multiplex theater run by the prominent Golcha family, involved in film distribution in India.

Jaipur, India

Jantar Mantar

A UNESCO World Heritage site in India featuring the world's largest stone sundial.

Jaipur, India

Hawa Mahal

A historical Indian palace built in 1799 is also known as the chef-d'uvre, or masterpiece, of Maharaja Jai Singh.

Jaipur, India

City Palace

This 18th century Indian palace still houses a royal family as well as five exhibits celebrating the art, war, history and transportation techniques of the local area.

Jaipur, India

Rambagh Palace

This luxury hotel in India was once the royal residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur.

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