Jaipur is renowned for textiles block printing, blue pottery; carpet
weaving, semi precious stones. Jaipur epitomizes the spirit of Rajputana –
despite its current incarnation as a bustling metropolitan, the city still
retain its 18th century character and history.
DAY 1: ARRIVAL JAIPUR:
Meetings and assistance upon arrivel as our representatives welcome you
and escort you to your car.Later you will be taken to visit:
Sanganer is a small township situated approximately 16 kilometers away
from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Known for its famous handmade paper
industry and the textile printing industry, Sanganer is very famous for
Jain pilgrimage services. The handmade paper industry is famous all over
the country, and is known to manufacture supreme quality handmade paper.
Floral and block prints are also a specialty with the Sanganer block
printers and artisans. The idea behind the handmade paper industry was
initiated by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1728. Apart from the
flourishing industries, Sanganer is also known for its medieval ruins and
primeval temples that are deeply rooted in the culture and heritage of the
settlement. Some of the main tourist attractions at Sanganer are the Jain
temples—the most prominent one being the 'Shri Digambar Jain Temple', the
paper and print industries, and the remnants of a bygone, regal era. The
Jaipur Airport is also located in Sanganer.
This place is located around thirty kilometers from Jaipur which is a
small village. This little village attracts the tourists with their rustic
harms as well as the handicraft industry.
This village is famous for typical wood prints. People from throughout the
country visit this place to have a look at the traditional craft of the
town. These prints are actually well known throughout India and are
referred to as Bagru prints. These are not like the normal prints rather
it has its own unique style. The distinctive feature of these prints is
the involvement of wooden block for these prints.
We do hope the flavor of India will remain on your taste buds for all
times to come and hopefully would kindle an indelible fondness for the
country and her people .Thanks you for being our guest and as we say in
india “Please Come Back Soon”