Amazing places every Photographer must visit in and around Jaipur during monsoon.
Every Jaipurite or tourist to Jaipur would love to relax and observe the magnificent lake and fascinating architecture of the Jal Mahal or Water Palace. However, the most significant times to photograph this site with its superb blend of nature and architecture are sunrise and sunset.
We doubt you’ve never heard of India’s “Most Haunted” location: Bhangarh Fort! This region, located 80 kilometers from Jaipur, is well-known for its historical ruins, roofless dwellings, and the stunning Aravallis backdrop, which will make your time there picture perfect literally.
As you travel around the twisting tree-canopied walkways of this woodland escapade, Smriti Van, on the famed JLN Marg in the pink city, you will understand what a heaven of birds looks like! If you enjoy bird photography, you will find some incredibly colorful and varied species to capture from various angles, in addition to catching the bright greens of the monsoon.
Albert Hall Museum
Albert Hall is amongst Rajasthan’s oldest museums and the “State Museum of Rajasthan.” It is located in Jaipur’s Ramniwas Garden. The most beautiful view of Albert Hall, a fine specimen of Indo-Saracenic architecture, is when the pigeons are perched on its chattris or soaring all around under the azure blue sky.
Panna Mian Ki Baori (Stepwell)
If you visit during the monsoon, Panna Mian ka kund or stepwell near Amber fort is one of those precious sites you will remember for the rest of your life! Although each stepwell has its unique aura, it is significantly less frequented and glows brightest during rains.
Nahargarh fort, perched on the outskirts of the Aravalli hills, has served as a romantic setting in Shuddh Desi Romance, a hangout for friends in Rang De Basanti, and a popular destination for Jaipurites, especially during the rains! Go up there and sit at the Padao restaurant, and your beautiful photos will appear.
Chandlai, a picturesque little lake 30 kilometers from Jaipur, is another excellent birding spot. The variety of migratory birds, particularly the Flamingos, is the main draw here.
Chand Baori (Stepwell) Abhaneri
Located 95 kilometers from Jaipur, Abhaneri is one of Dausa’s most renowned tourist destinations. It is one of India’s most profound and significant step wells, dating back to the 8th century. The incredible building is 64 feet deep and 13 stories tall, with 1000 precisely symmetrical tiny steps. The stepwell is one of the most attractive locations, and when the water fills the bar during the monsoon, it looks even calmer. So, if you’re looking to a fun weekend getaway, look no further.