Exploring the Unseen Beauty of Hawa Mahal
Hawa Mahal is also known as Palace of the Winds. It is is one of the prominent Indian monument attractions for the tourits around the world. It is located in the heart of Jaipur, India. It was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799. The main architect of this palace is built of red and pink sandstone, is Lal Chand Ustad and the palace is believed to have been constructed in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god. At present, Hawa Mahal offers the Indian monuments attractions for the tourist in Jaipur with some esteem views of the city and a bird's eye view of the Jantar Mantar which is a medieval observatory and an important tourist place in Jaipur. Its unique five-storey exterior is as
well akin to the honeycomb of the beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas that are adorned with obscure lattice work. Hawa Mahal, which is made by red and pink sandstone, is located on the foremost street in the spirit of Jaipur's industrial centre. The excellent moment to view Hawa Mahal is the sunrise when it clutches the early morning sun and is wrapped up in its golden light which makes it to shine like a gem. Peculiarly, the entrance for the Hawa Mahal is from the back side. So, when you take a trip to the Indian monument attractions â€“ Jaipur, do improvise a date with Hawa Mahal. Hawa Mahal is known to be the Palace of the Winds , as it is recognized due to the breezes that often come through the building's 953 windows. Competently, they appear to be the eighteenth century airconditioning structure which alows cooling wind to blow throughout the palace's rooms. Currently, Hawa Mahal presents the tourist in Jaipur with some admirable views of the place. There are several attractions around Hawa Mahal such as the famed Jantar Mantar, Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Ram Niwas Bagh, Govind Devji temple, BM Birla Planetarium, Statue Circle, Jain Temple, Sisodia Rani Garden and so on.