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Madanmohan Mandir(Karoli)
The temple Madan Mohanji is one of the most important temples in the city of Karauli. Along with the Kalyanji temple this is another shrine which is thronged by millions of devotees from all walks of life. The temple is dedicated to Madan Mohanji, a deity of Lord Krishna. The temple is ancient with daunting presence and the atmosphere is festive. The temple architecture is Hemadpanthi and the construction is mainly using stones and lime. The shrine has been considered very lucky by the erstwhile King and is supposed to have blessed many warriors with victories in the battlefield.
Govind Dev Ji
The royal temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, Govind Deo Ji temple is situated in the City Palace complex. Well preserved by the erstwhile royal family, the image of the chief deity Govind Deo Ji (Lord Krishna) is said to have been brought from Vrindavan and was installed here by Raja Sawai Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipur. Since then, he has been worshipped as the patron deity of the royal family and occupies the sanctum of this spire less temple. 'Aartis' and 'Bhog' are offered to the deity seven times a day, when the idol is unveiled for the benefit of the devotees who come here to pay their homage to the deities. 'Bhog' mostly consists of sweets and is offered in the huge silver wares. Each time, the idols of Lord Krishna and his eternal beloved Radha are unveiled, they are dressed in different styles for the benefit of the devotees who come here to have a glimpse or 'Darshan' of the deities.
Gopi nath Ji
The Gopinath Temple of Lord Shri Gopi Nath Ji’s (Shri Thakur Ji) is situated at Sukhan Mata Ki Kunj, Gautam Para, Vrindavan District Mathura of Uttar Pradesh. This Temple was shifted from Dera Gazi Khan (which is now in Pakistan) after partition of India and Pakistan.It closely resemble with the Madan Mohan mandir in style and dimension, it was built by Rai Shilji, a Sekhavat Rajput of Jaipur .
Jantar Mantar
Between 1727 and 1734 Maharajah Jai Singh II of Jaipur constructed five astronomical observatories in west central India. The observatories, or "Jantar Mantars" as they are commonly known, incorporate multiple buildings of unique form, each with a specialized function for astronomical measurement. These structures with their striking combinations of geometric forms at large scale, have captivated the attention of architects, artists, and art historians world wide, yet remain largely unknown to the general public. Jantar Mantar presents the observatories through a variety of media and information sources, making it possible to explore and learn about these historic sites through interactive panoramic "VR" photographs, time lapse sequences, and 3D models as well as articles, drawings, and historic texts. It is a comprehensive resource for exploring the observatories in depth. A "VR tour" of the Jaipur Observatory, and current information about the project can be found by following the links below.
City Palace
The City Palace in Jaipur is among the most notable attractions that make the “Pink city” one of the most rewarding destinations in Rajasthan. The city of Jaipur is visited by a whole number of travelers all over India and the world, and the City Palace Jaipur forms a major highlighted attraction, as well as among the key landmarks in Jaipur city. The City Palace was erected by Raja Sawai Jai Singh at the time when he was ruling the state. The Palace is located next to the famous Hawa Mahal, which is another key attraction. The City Palace stands out among the huge number of forts and palaces in Jaipur solely because it is a marvel of architecture, as well as art and sculpture. The Palace grounds here encompass quite a bit of area, all of which is separated into numerous garden areas, courtyards, and buildings. The outer wall that surrounds the palace was built first, and this occupies a good bit of space in itself as well. The other buildings were built by successors to Raja Sawai Jai Singh.
Hawa Mahal
Hawa Mahal Built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh,Hawa Mahalis the most stunning sight in the city of Jaipur. The palace, part of a huge complex, overlooks one of Jaipur's main streets and was originally constructed to offer women of the court a vantage point, behind stone-carved screens, from which to watch the activities taking place in the bazaar and the surrounding streets.Hawa Mahal Jaipur five-story, pyramid-shaped structure is made up of small casements, each with tiny windows and arched roofs with hanging cornices, exquisitely modeled and carved. Its façade makes Hawa Mahal look more like a screen than a palace. Its top three stories are just a single room thick but at the base are two courtyards. It is a fifty-foot high thin shield, less than a foot in thickness, but has over 900 niches and a mass of semi-octagonal bays, carved sandstone grills, finials and domes, which give this palace its unique façade.
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Satya Dham Market,
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Vishram Ghat
Shri Krishna Janma Bhoomi
Govindaji Temple
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