Jaigarh Fort is located on the majestic Chilh-ka-Tola or the hill of eagles spreading over a vast expansion of three kilometers. The Rajput was built this invincible fort for the defense activities. There are two entry points to this mighty fortress called Doongar darwaza and Awani darwaza. It is believed to be the largest one of its kind in the world used for a single time in the long history of the fort.
Other prominent structures of the fort includes Diya Burj,Vijay Garh and the palace complex. The palace complex is worth-while visit to watch spectacle with its wonderful architecture.
Nahargarh Fort is constructed by Sawai Jaya Singh houses a mysterious tale with it. It has massive walls which still hold the royal elegance. It consist a tedious of two kilometers from where one can watch the fabulous view of the entire city. The palace reveals an incorporation of Indian and European architecture. The palace was well-designed that each wife has a two-storied apartment.
City palace poses as an impressive citadel occupying the 1/7th area of the city which displays an elegant mixture of Mughal and Rajasthan style architecture. Maharaja Jai Singh II was built this complex building that has witnessed many additions and alterations to it.
There are numerous courtyards along with extensive gardens and buildings that make the palace more impressive. It has many splendid formations like Mubarak Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple, Badal Mahal and the City Palace Museum.
Hawa Mahal is one of the most popular in Jaipur that is built in the year 1799 by Sawai Pratap Singh. This enchanting monument has a structural design by the eminent artist Lalchand Usta. It is a five storied structure with a huge tapering composition. It has beautiful arches, small windows, spires. The best part of this Mahal is like a light, roomy structure which might puff away by a gentle breeze.
Hawa Mahal has airy interiors that pose a fresh atmosphere where the royal ladies can sit comfortably and watch everything whilst remaining veiled. It is beautifully designed that reminds the vivid history of Jaipur. The visiting time is fixed at 10 am to 5.30 pm, except on Fridays.