In case you’re an enthusiastic explorer and convey a smartphone or a camera or both, there are high chances that you adore photography also.
Aside from eating and enjoying in rain, there is one more thing that conveys its own appeal in monsoons, Photography. So in the event that you are a neighborhood or a tourist who is fortunately in Jaipur at the present time, these are the spots that can be caught through your perspective however touch your heart immediately and will stay there forever.
1. Jal Mahal
Jal Mahal or Water Palace, where each Jaipurite or tourist of Jaipur would simply love to just sit by and watch the beautiful lake and entrancing architecture of the royal residence. Sunrise and Sunset are the perfect time to get some fabulous shots at this spot with an ideal mix of nature and design.
2. Albert Hall Museum
Living in the Ramniwas Garden, Jaipur, Albert Hall is the most established historical center in Rajasthan likewise gladly known as the ‘State Museum of Rajasthan’. A tasteful case of Indo-Saracenic design, the most beautiful perspective on Albert Hall is the point at which the pigeons are sitting on its chattris or flying all around under the blue sky
3. Smriti Van
Situated on the renowned JLN Marg in the pink city, as you move around the curving tree-canopied walkways of this forest escapade, Smriti Van, you will recognize what a paradise of flying creatures resembles.
Aside from catching the splendid greens of monsoon, in the event that you are attached to bird photography, you will get some amazingly brilliant and shifted flying creatures to click on various points.
4. Panna Mian Ki Baori (Stepwell)
Panna Mian ka Kund or stepwell close Amber fort is one of the loved places which whenever visited during Monsoon, you will recollect it for an incredible duration. Although all the stepwells have their own magical atmosphere, this one is nearly less populated and sparkles out its genuine dynamic quality during rains.
5. Nahargarh Fort
Lying on the edge of Aravalli hills, Nahargarh fort has been a stunning spot in Shuddh Desi Romance, a Friends’ joint spot in Rang De Basanti and a most loved among Jaipurites to visit particularly in rain. Simply go up there, sit at Padao café and you will naturally get your ideal shots.
6. Chandlai Lake
A lovely and little lake 30 km away from Jaipur , Chandlai offers another birding sight. The fundamental fascination is the different Migratory birds seen at this spot, particularly Flamingos.
7. Hawa Mahal
One of the most well known pink sandstone building wonders, Hawamahal located at Badi Chaupad with five storeys and 953 windows is every photographer’s enjoyment. In any case, what’s difficult is the manner by which you make your photos different from all others. Hawa Mahal is sufficiently bright and looks lovely, even around the evening time.
8. Amber Fort
Amber Fort is evidently the most recognizable vacation destination in Jaipur. It rises gladly at the base of Aravalli mountain ranges and stands in the front of Maota Lake. It impeccably mixes Mughal and Hindu styles, making something genuinely iconic.
9. Patrika Gate – Jawahar Circle
Patrika Gate is one most recent yet trendiest spot to visit during monsoon. It is situated at Jawahar Circle, at a separation of 2 km from Jaipur International Airport. This spot has turned into photographers’ top pick, with hand-painted themes portraying the traditional side of Pink City which includes paintings of temples, forts, gems, and photos of Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jal Mahal, etc.
10. Galta Ji Temple
Galta Ji temple is also known for its common springs that are isolated in 7 huge pools including the holiest Galta Kund. The monkey temple is situated about 10km away from the city of Jaipur, in little town Khania-Balaji. To arrive, request a rickshaw in your hostel or stop one on the street.