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Das Anokhi-Museum für Handdruck ist ein Museum, das bemalte Textilien zeigt, die die Kunstform Rajasthani widerspiegeln. Die ausgestellten Stoffe sind mit exquisiten Designs, Mustern und Drucken versehen, die jeden Besucher gleichermaßen ansprechen werden. Die Kunst des Handdrucks und der Blockmalerei wird hier von traditionellen indischen Künstlern umfassend erforscht. Das Museum bleibt von Mai bis 15. Juli aus Wartungsgründen geschlossen. Wenn man das nächste Mal Jaipur besucht, sollte man unbedingt diesen einzigartigen restaurierten Haveli oder Palast besuchen, der einige seltene und interessante Stücke beherbergt.
The Mansarovar Stadium is also known as the KL Saini ground or Jaipur District Cricket Association Ground. It is located in the Masarovar area of Jaipur. The doors to this ground were opened in 1990 and it is home to the Rajasthan cricket team. It can accommodate a crowd of 5000 people.
Sky Waltz is a Government approved hot air balloon safari that has activities all over the country. It consists of a team of professional pilots from UK, Europe, India and USA who give you the experience of a lifetime. Sky Waltz is India's first licensed balloon operation programme.
The Alice Garg National Museum located in Malviya Nagar, Jaipur is a private establishment owned by the Rustomjee Memorial Foundation. The museum was laid down by physicist K.B Garg in his wife’s name. The reason for this museum was that their seashell collection was enormous and there was o more room for it. The entire museum consists only of collection of seashells and its collection is over 3000.
Elday in Jaipur gives you the opportunity to live in an elephant village. The park's sole purpose is for the conservation of elephants. Learn about elephants eating habits, traditional decoration and life all in this very park. One also gets the chance to feed them, bathe them and water them. It gives you the feeling of taking care of your own pet.
For those looking to escape the chaos of the main city, Jawahar Circle Garden might just be the right antidote. This vast expanse of lush greenery sees throngs of locals as well as tourists every day, who come by for a picnic with family and friends, or simply to enjoy their time alone. Claiming to be the largest circular park in Asia, this spot is definitely not worth a miss.