In my previous post, you’ve seen Hawa Mahal bathed in sunlight in Jaipur, “The Pink City.” As you know, Hawa Mahal was built to be a viewing palace for the female members of the royal family without being seen by the crowd who are participating in the festivities on the street below them.
Related Post: Hawa Maha – A Pink-Washed Palace of the Winds in Jaipur
Hawa Mahal at night is purely a fairytale palace taken out from your fairytale book.
The Palace of the Winds is a five-storey building with 953 small windows.
Most tourists in Jaipur, Hawa Mahal is the first thing they do / see in the morning. It’s looks magnificent when the sun lits the pink-washed sandstone.
Day or night, Hawa Mahal is an incredible sight not to miss in Jaipur.
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