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Royal Gaitor Tumbas, Jaipur

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Admire the white marble of Royal Gaitor Tumbas, a resting place for the kings of Jaipur. The complex abounds with intricate carvings and fantasy-like domes, blending with the rocky, arid nature in the most impressive way. Don't miss Jai Singh’s II impressive marble cenotaph, with a dome supported by twenty ornate pillars. The enchanting atmosphere and absence of tourist crowds make the complex ideal for appreciating the architecture in peace, or simply relaxing in tranquil surroundings. Using our custom trip planner, Jaipur attractions like Royal Gaitor Tumbas can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Took a while to get to but what a find. Beautiful structures great for photography and walking around. Make sure you keep your transport as it's hard to find a taxi from there. 
  • Jaipur is chaotic, noisy, jostling. My driver suggested stopping at Royal Gaitor on way back from Amber Fort. It was a quiet and calming place. It's not big, so doesn't require much time. There was a ...  more »
  • Beautiful site to visit. Almost no one was there when we went which gives this place an undiscovered feeling. A pleasant change for many tourist spots. 
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  • plane design looks like very beautiful and very famous nearby Jaipur Rajasthan this fort and very famous killer future is very killer feature looks like amazing beautiful place
  • My favorite place in Jaipur. Peaceful, beautiful architecture, fine carvings
  • Cenotaphs of Jaipur Rulers. Example of good architecture. Quite a few people visit this place. This place is below Garh ganesh temple. Behind gaitor lies kadamb kund.
  • I'm in love with this place. Here is very quiet. Not much tourists know this place, so it is good for little rest from crowdy and noisy pink city
  • I'm going to call this Indias best kept secret. Absolutely beautiful with no crowds and the regular tourist Bullsh!t really loved it and that was the day after seeing the Taj Mahal