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SHIVAM GOUR

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SHIVAM GOUR

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The words 'Jal Mahal' mean ‘water palace' and the Jal Mahal Palace in Jaipur is just that. It was built in the 1750 by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber, right in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. It is made of red sandstone. This is a splendid combination of the Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture. It is a five storey building, when the lake is full out of water its four storeys are dipped under water, and only the top floor is visible. #jaipur #rajasthan #india #pinkcity #jaipurdiaries #incredibleindia #pinkcityjaipur #jaipurcity #travelphotography #jaipurphotography #travel #photography #tourism #amerfort #rajasthantourism #nahargarhfort #jaipurite #hawamahaljaipur #jaipurpinkcity #photooftheday #citypalace #jaipurlove #jaipurblogger #jaipurtalks #jalmahal #jaipurcityblog #nahargarh #jaipurites #bhfyp

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SHIVAM GOUR

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Interesting Facts About Hawa Mahal in Jaipur 1. Shaped like a Crown Hawa Mahal is built in the shape of a crown, it looks like Lord Krishna's crown. Sawai Pratap Singh was believed to be a great devotee of Lord Krishna. His passion became the reason behind this design. 2. Named after Hawa Mandir Hawa Mahal got the name from its 5th floor, which was called as Hawa Mandir. The palace with all its grandeur stands in the city and is one of the must-visit places in Jaipur. 3.No Stairs to Reach the Upper Floors Hawal Mahal has 5 floors and there are no stairs to climb, instead there are only ramps to reach the top floors. #hawamahal #jaipur #rajasthan #india #pinkcity #jaipurdiaries #incredibleindia #pinkcityjaipur #jaipurcity #travelphotography #jaipurphotography #travel #photography #tourism #amerfort #rajasthantourism #nahargarhfort #jaipurite #hawamahaljaipur #jaipurpinkcity #photooftheday #citypalace #jaipurlove #jaipurblogger #jaipurtalks #jalmahal #jaipurcityblog #nahargarh #jaipurites #bhfyp

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