The Walled City of Jaipur in Rajasthan is the next proposed site for UNESCO World Heritage recognition

There are 37 World Heritage sites in the country at present. These include Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri and Taj Mahal in UP, Ajanta Caves, Elephanta Caves and Ellora Caves in Maharashtra. The most recent addition to the list was Victorian and Art Deco Ensembles of Mumbai, which became a World Heritage site this year. In Rajasthan, the hill forts of Chittorgarh, Kumbhalgarh, Jaisalmer are World Heritage Sires, along with Jantar Mantar.

Rajasthan’s capital, Jaipur is no more peculiar to voyagers. It is most favored destination on the prevalent and brilliant Golden Triangle Circuit (Delhi-Jaipur-Agra). Jaipur has the qualification of being North India’s most-initially planned city; however it was not generally the thriving city that it is rapidly changing into. Indeed, even in the present day, the original ‘walled city’ of Jaipur continues as before – time appears to stop in this legacy part. There is Jaipur and afterward there is the legacy walled city alluded to as ‘chaar diwari’ by its residents, and pink city by the a great many sightseers that Jaipur welcomes each year.