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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Gaitore-Royal Resting place, Jaipur- Photos

During my 1 day visit to Jaipur, my auto driver Raju took me to this place, called Gaitore.

Gaitore doesn't appear on the list of top tourist attractions in Jaipur. It is the place where members of royal family are buried. The name, Gaitore is reportedly derived from Gaye (those who've gone) ka Thor.

The Gaitore complex is some 10+kms from Jaipur city and consists of few well designed buildings. Each building is built on the burial ground of kings and queens of Jaipur and has nice carvings.




 

 The campus is surrounded by hills and there're steps to climb till top. I didn't have the time and energy to climb all the way. It would have offered beautiful shots of the city. Should try next time

An entry fee of Rs 20 is applicable, few locals offer to be guides for a fee, if you're interested in additional details of each structure, the king or queen it belongs to etc

Other Jaipur attractions: Jal Mahal * Amer Fort * Hawa Mahal * Central Park * Shahar Palace Hotel, Jaipur * 

11 comments :

Arumugam Easwar said...

I like the pictures. They are simply elegant.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful pictures.

R Niranjan Das said...

Excellent captures!

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Nasreen said...

Superb images... The architechture is amazing..

Immigration Consultants in Pimpri-Chinchwad. said...

So Basically It Is A Royal cemetery.
Indeed Beautiful.

Shrinidhi Hande said...

Thanks Rajesh, Niranjan, Arumugam Sir, Nasreen

Pramod said...

Glad to see my native place images on this website . Thanks for sharing these scenic images with your readers.

-Pramod

Ramakant Pradhan said...

Beautiful pictures! It's always good to see such places which are off the beaten path.

Shrinidhi Hande said...

Thanks Pramod and Ramakant

sugandha said...

I thought I knew Jaipur well....this is going to be my place in my next visit.

Shrinidhi Hande said...

Thanks