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Monkey food

A young langur at Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur, April 10, 2010 Don't feed the monkeys at Amber Fort. Keep your distance, and make sure your children don't get too close either.

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Where to

  1. Baluchi

    Have the Mughlai cuisine of Baluchi at LaLit. The Hindustaan rotiyaan are their signature dish, though you ought to try the Paan Kulfi too.

  2. Santha Bagh

    Santha Bagh (from Rs 2500), another family-run hotel, has sprawling gardens.

  3. Back to Basics

    Back to Basics, in Country Inns and Suites, is a favourite with travellers and locals alike for an evening of dancing.

Must Do

Jantar Mantar  

Jaipur owes a lot to its founder, Raja Jai Singh II. He had varied interests but was especially passionate about science and astronomy. Jantar Mantar has an amazing collection of astronomical instruments, including a sun dial, that were used for weather forecasts back in the 18th century. Shamsher Singh

Tips for Travellers

If you're an enthusiastic photographer and like to capture street scenes, you must remember that if you take photographs of people, some of them may expect payment for modelling for you.

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