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Jan, 23 2016
One thing not miss here
Do not forget to raid namkeen & sweets shop lined outside the fort to savour the authentic flavour of Rajasthan
Stayed at
Zostel Hostel, Jaipur (near Tourist Police station, Johri Bazaar)
Ate at
local Eatries on MI Road are my favourite, east Kachori, samosa-chole, Jalebi Rabri or gulp down sweet lassi for breakfast and do visit LN Sweets on Johri Bazaar for their spread of typical Rajasthani thali of at least eighteen items. Jaipur is a foodie's delight, indeed.

Here I am at Amer (Amber) Fort, 11 kms from Jaipur on Jaipur-Delhi highway. I visited the fort while returning from JLF 2016. This is first in the series of five forts in Rajasthan which are declared WHS by the UN. I plan to visit remaining four forts in winter when this desert state will not be boiling. Technically, I have started my GoUnesco campaign with Amer fort and I intend to finish in Rajasthan only.

Exploring food traditions of different regions across the country is one of my agendas during my World Heritage campaign.

and my most prized moment in Jaipur just before visiting Amer Fort was the warm hospitality of a local.

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Amer fort

Hill Forts of Rajasthan -1 / Amer Fort

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Here I am at Amer (Amber) Fort, 11 kms from Jaipur on Jaipur-Delhi highway. I visited the fort while returning from JLF 2016. This is first in the series of five forts in Rajasthan which are declared WHS by the UN. I plan to visit remaining four forts in...