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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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  • Not on the usual tourist trail - we arrived by tuk tuk which waited for us. For R20 each this is the biggest bargain in Jaipur currently. It consists of several intricate tombs set back from the entra...  more »
  • This is a must place to visit, especially for individual travellers as it does not look to be on the circuit of big groups. Enjoy the beautiful marble carved tombs and the peaceful surroundings  more »
  • I actually liked this place a lot (and also a lot more than some of the other very turistic destionations). It had a relatively low entry fee (around 200 rupees) and the best part of it was the absenc...  more »
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  • Keep calm visit early morning the entry fee is 30 rupees for indian tourist well maintained good place
  • This is very calm n quiet place near Brahmpuri. Chhatries in memory of Royal families are made here. This place is good in rainty season. One very old shiv temple in inside Gaitore.
  • This is an excellent place to get a clam serene environment away from city's half and bustle. I would recommend visiting this place on early morning to beat the crowd. There are other sites around this place and should be targeted add part of the day's itinerary.
  • This a very quite little place with some beautiful variety of "chhatri" architecture, each dedicated to the various rulers of Jaipur. It's a shame that the place doesn't receive many tourists. Spend your early morning here and the nearby Ganesh temple on the hill, away from the hagglers at other touristy destinations in Jaipur. One can see Gaitor in its entirety from the temple as well as private part of the City Palace.
  • It's very peaceful place and it's all memory of jaipur Maharajas.and Beautiful architecture on marble.