Information about Jaipur and Rajasthan

Information about Jaipur and Rajasthan, information about the city of JAIPUR one can easily get on our Bella India tours website. JAIPUR has a lot to offer visitors everything from festivals to extraordinarily people, handicrafts, royal palaces, and tourism. However, if visitors simply choose to walk the streets of the old city, instead, they will not regret it. All of JAIPUR is an architectural gem, and no scheduled guided tour can even hope to do justice to this rare city.

Rajasthan, the largest state (area-wise) in India, is located in the northwestern part of the subcontinent. It is surrounded in the north and northeast of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, in the east and southeast of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh and in the southwest of Gujarat. Rajasthan is one of the leading producers of limestone, silver, gold, copper, marble, sandstone, rock phosphate and lignite. The state is the largest cement producer in India. It has 21 large cement factories, with a total capacity of 55 million tons per year (MTPA). Rajasthan is also the second largest milk producer and the largest wool producer in India.

Rajasthan has reserves of numerous precious and stones. It is the largest manufacturer of cut and polished diamonds in the country. The world’s largest center for the cutting and polishing of precious stones is located in JAIPUR. Rajasthan offers tremendous opportunities in the areas of organic farming and contract as well as in infrastructure developments related to agriculture. It is the largest producer of mustard, rapeseed and bajra. It is the second largest producer of oilseeds and spices and the third largest producer of soybeans and coarse grains in India.

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JAIPUR Architecture

JAIPUR architecture is world famous for its technical details and beauty. The architecture is based on Vastu Indian concepts. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II – the founder of JAIPUR was a great architect and astronomer with good knowledge of Indian Vastu. This is why JAIPUR architecture is a wonderful case study for modern architects from all over the world.

Geography and climate of JAIPUR

JAIPUR has a semi-arid climate. Temperatures vary here in different seasons. In the summer months from April to June, the average daily temperature remains around 35 degrees Celsius in JAIPUR. May and June are the hottest months of JAIPUR. In summer temperature remains up to 40-45 degrees. Annually, rain is concentrated in the monsoon months between June (last June) and September. It receives more than 500 mm (approximately 20 inches) of precipitation on average.

Spoken languages

Hindi, Rajasthani and English in a small degree are commonly spoken in hotels and restaurants; the staff speaks English as well as Hindi. You can easily communicate with a minimum knowledge of Hindi or English

JAIPUR Heritage

JAIPUR is known as heritage city because of its rich heritage culture, customs, traditions, fairs and festivals, civilization, and hundreds of old fortresses and monuments of the year. The glorious architecture of JAIPUR the pink city is renowned throughout the world. Wonderful fortresses and monuments garland the entire city in a planned way.

Cuisine and information about Jaipur and Rajasthan

A trip to JAIPUR or Rajasthan is not complete without exploring the food of authentic Rajasthan. You will love to taste specialized local DAL BARI CHURMA, LAL Maas, KACHORI or GHEVAR, JAIPUR is the foodie paradise. If you are new to this kitchen you cannot come back without trying DAL BATI CHURMA, the emblematic dish of RAJASTHANI cuisine. BATI is a roast ball made of flour that is then covered with ghee and eaten with DAL. CHURMA is a soft sweet dish made of flour that goes with the dish.

BATI CHURMA

This dish in Rajasthan is popular as, DAL BATI CHURMA, is a healthy Rajasthan’s meal. DAL, or curry lentil, is served with BATI, rounded stuffed flour that is cooked in a charcoal fire or oven. CHURMA is a sweet dish made with flour, JAGGERY or sugar and ghee. BATI comes in varieties acts as a ROTI substitute. You can choose simple BATI, or try the most exotic MASALA, nuts or MISSI. BATI is made of wheat, flour, millet or a mixture of corn and wheat flour, with loads of ghee. There is also an endless variety in CHURMA – whose color depends on the ingredients. To enjoy the DAL BATI CHURMA at a nominal cost, check out DHABAS near the Sindhi Camp (Central) Bus Stand.

What to explore in JAIPUR

HAWA MAHAL, City Palace, NAHARGARH Fort,  SISODIA RANI Garden, JAL MAHAL, Amber Palace, JAIGARH Fort, NAHARGARH Sanctuary, Albert Hall, Birla Temple, GALTA JI and JANTA MANTAR.