We all have heard that the Indian city Jaipur pours the definition of royalty. But the question is what makes the city royal? What is that one thing that completely entitles that circle of rich heritage of PinkCity? The travelers visiting Jaipur are amazed by the beauty of this city and then at the end of the journey, we title the city as synonym of royalty. But what makes it a royal place? The answer is “History of Jaipur”. The founder of Jaipur named King Jai Singh II saw this dream of making this land a unique place in the part of the world. The king of Jaipur was a Kachawa Rajput which is famous for the realm of royalty and dignity. The same essence was dreamed by the king of Jaipur and thus profound to this city to make it a title of land filled with rich heritage of India.
The history of Jaipur begins with the idea of developing it as the most planned city in India. The most famous monuments of Jaipur: city palace, Jaigarh fort, amber fort, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal and many more describes the unique idea behind their built. Every famous monument of Jaipur signifies exceptionality in each of them. The interiors, walls and story behind building each monument is coined as royal. For instance, Hawa Mahal was built to accommodate women from royal families of Jaipur that allows the freezing wind to blow inside the palace. On the other hand, Jal Mahal is the palace built inside the water assisting the never seen and thought creativity in the world. The king Jai Singh II was a physics and mathematician lover, which can be seen by the development of Jantar Mantar (the palace of instruments) under his ruling era.
Other than monuments, the entities like Jaipur jewelry, paintings, clothing, cuisines, folk art and most importantly the heart of the local people makes the city a royal land. Jaipur jewelry is filled with beautiful ambiance of heavy gold, silver, diamond, precious and semi precious stones. Jewelry of Jaipur signifies the patterns of victory (like sun, sword, almighty) made by the jewelers of Jaipur with creativity and dignity. The paintings in jaipur art galleries typically describe the scenes and portraits of the Rajasthani people who are playing their vital part in carrying forward their rich traditions and customs. The clothing on the other hand, signifies their rituals and customs specifically describing the coyness and respect that they carry with them.
The cuisines of Jaipur does not only talks about the famous dishes of Rajasthan, but also the hard-work and the excitement of the person who made the cuisine a title of tasty food with royal touch. The famous cuisines are dal, baati, churma and gatte ki sabji which are served with pure ghee and associated sweets. Even one bite of the cuisine makes you feel that you are done with food as it is nourished with so much ghee and butter, but then the taste of the cuisine never suffers rather it offers the most tasteful food of India. Taking about folk dance and music of Jaipur, they serve as the treat to the eyes and ears of the guests filled with surprise stunts and performances.
Last but not the least, the heart and soul of the local people in Jaipur are filled with so much honor and respect towards others that is easily noticeable from their face and smile. They believe in treating every guest in their city with royal welcome and greeting them as they are the agent by almighty. Their services and greeting is nowhere to be compared. And all these customs that every local people of Jaipur coins, is the bequest from their history. The king of Jaipur poured this attitude in every local people and thus every next generation is following the same without any complains.