Hurricane Palace | The fairy tale color town
hurricane palace that opened the window door without being blown by the wind was built in the middle of the 18th century. The pink city walls and many windows attracted a lot of light. It is a masterpiece in the history of Indian architecture, and because of the many windows, there is wind blowing in any part of the palace. If there is a gust of wind, open the window and the palace will not be blown down. Whenever the moon is empty, the entire palace shines, so it is also known as the "moon palace." From the inlaid carved windows, many palaces in the palace overlook the streetscape and celebrations, and can not be seen by men other than husbands.
The Palace of Hurricane is exquisite in exterior architecture, with good internal lighting and smooth ventilation. The cloister here is well-connected, but the exit can be easily found by signing. You may wish to look at the bustling scene of the Jaipur market through small windows like the old ladies. From here you can see the street view, on the other side you can see the city palace and the Jantar Mantar Observatory.
The most famous building in Jaipur is the Palace of the Winds, also known as the Hawa Mahal Palace. Built by the master and poet Bilata Singer for the royal women, they are able to enjoy a day of leisure and fun, away from the dull life of the magnificent palace. Today, this palace has become the coordinates of the "Pink City". The building is also smaller than expected, but it is indeed exquisitely designed.
Each of the pointed structures here is like a facade, and it is a meticulous masterpiece of pink sandstone in fantasy. It has 953 windows and beautifully designed lace fine lines, elegant roof curves, charming domes and spires. There is no spectacular lobby behind the wall, and there are no gorgeous rooms. These windows are made of red sandstone and are half-octagonal.
Ticket price: 50 rupees for foreign tourists (including photos), 110 rupees for English audio guides, and 200 rupees for guides.
Opening time: 9
India's red palace, there are 953 windows? Meet the pink girl heart
wind palace is Jaipur's most beautiful landmark, hiding the secrets of the kings. A thin, narrow building with 953 windows facing the street, like a pink hive, and a nested bird cage.
It is said that the nephews of a hundred years ago did not leave the house, so in order to prevent them from being bored, the king ordered the construction of these small windows. There is also a wonderful function. When the wind blows, all the windows are opened and the whole building will not fall.
Tips: The Wind Palace is in different shades and presents different colors. Sometimes it is milky yellow, sometimes it is powdered. The best time to shoot is after 3 pm, and the whole palace is shimmering in the sun. The second floor cafe opposite is the best location.
Pink Castle "Hawa Mahal"
pink castle "Hawa Mahal"
located in the center of Jaipur, a wall with 953 windows.
is built by Birta Singh for the royal women, so that the kings can overlook the streetscape and celebrations.
There are many stained glass inlaid in these windows. Whenever the moon is empty, the whole wind palace shines like a starry sky. The moonlight is like a weaving, so it is called the "moon palace".
There are many cafes across from the Palace of Winds, and the view is great.
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