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The Jaipur Banquet Hall is a classy banquet hall that easily accommodates large groups. Equipped with all modern amenities, the place is suitable for hosting events and parties for up to 150 guests. Call ahead for more details.
The Man Sagar lake is named after the king who commanded the lake to built, Raja Man Sigh I. This lake dates back to as early as the 17th Century and houses the Jal Mahal, a one-of-a-kind palace in the middle on the lake. Strategically designed, the lake was built as a water reservoir in the drought-trodden land of Rajasthan.
Jaipur's most prominent cultural centre, Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK), pays tribute to the local culture. Although the construction began in 1986, the centre was completed in 1991 and has been a huge success ever since. The premises also houses a wonderful library, a cosy cafe and a small accommodation facility. The Center displays the works of famous artists and plays host to high profile dramas. If you thought all that was impressive, there's more to delight you! JKK also displays traditional Rajasthani artifacts to keep the soul of Jaipur alive. This place should definitely feature in your itinerary.
Big Cinemas Cinestar attracts a large crowd from near and far. It is well known for it's spacious seats, unmistakable smell of popcorn. They show a variety of different movie genres, so there's always something for everyone. It's impossible not to enjoy a movie at Big Cinemas Cinestar because it has great sound as well as visual quality. Show details and bookings are available on their website.
The Kalaneri Art Gallery which was started in 2009 is a spacious property with two closed galleries and one open-air gallery. It caters to Modern and Contemporary artists in and outside Rajasthan. This art gallery has been a part of the Forhex Fair 2010 & 2013 and Indian Art Festival, Mumbai 2011, 12 & 13. Kalaneri has had the privilege of being awarded the Rashtriya Udyog Ratna Award 2013-15 and Quality Brands India Award 2013-17.
Jaigarh Fort was constructed in 1726 by Jai Singh II in order to guard the Amber Fort and the palace complex. This fort houses its very own museum that is nestled at the left side of Awami Gate. The museum showcases photographs of the Royalty of Jaipur, spittoons and other artefacts used by the royalties. Besides, there are stamps and and architectural designs of the palaces hand-drawn by the architects of that era.