What Colors say about your Personality

Your favorite color reflects some specific qualities of your personality. Read this post and get to know more about yourself.

Colors make our life more vibrant. There are so many beautiful colors and every color has something to tell about. Let us find out: what colors say about your personality.

Most commonly, people have one or more favorite colors during any period of time. And if not considered as favorite, they generally prefer some specific colors over others. In addition to many other things, those colors can reflect some qualities of your personality.

Different colors produce different sensations to our eyes. It is not necessary that you possess your dearest colors in your attires, home space, work area, etc.; but still, it can significantly appeal to your eyes.

Also, these preferences change over a period of time. It is possible that you have different favorite color in your childhood, and switch to the other one at any later stage of life. You believe it or not, but color psychology really works. That’s why various industries use specific color combinations for their logos, outfits, etc.

Here we will focus only on the impact of colors on someone’s personality. So that we can know ourselves little better, and use individual colors to refine our own identity. Possibly, our qualities can resemble with more than one color.

Though there are numerous colors, but only some common colors are discussed here (The information given below is based on a general view point and not on any specific research).

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Black is the color of power, authority and solemnity. If your favorite color is black, it means you are conventional, genuine and seek control in your life. You are artistic and nostalgic too at times.

Generally, people who tend to like black are mysterious. In other words, they are not introverts but don’t like to share too much details about themselves. They prefer to maintain a fine line between their private life and the rest of the world.

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If you select gray (spelled as grey also) as your favorite color, then you are trustworthy, careful, cool and composed personality. You value good manners and etiquette. People see you as a balanced and stable person. You often play role as a peacemaker, because of your naturally fair and objective traits.

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Those who are white lovers, are tend to be more organized and independent by nature. They are logical too. Usually, they value order and don’t like too much clutter in their lives. Can say, they have a very refined taste, sense of control and naturally reserved nature. They expect high for themselves as well as others and so, often face disappointments.

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Be it men or women, blue is the top most favorite color for majority of the sections. Liking towards this color shows that you are friendly, creative, reliable, sensitive and always make an effort to ponder about others. You are loyal as a friend, and also value friends and family in your life.

You like to find inner peace; and lead a stable and sober life. Blue color evokes serenity, calmness and focus.

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Selecting green as your special color represents that you are frank, generous, practical and socially responsible. You consider your reputation a very important part of your life. You are environmentally aware and have a special connection with nature.

In short, you are a true nature lover. Furthermore, you prioritize and delegate very effectively.

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You are cheerful, thoughtful and imaginative, if you like yellow more than other colors. Being optimistic is your main quality. People see you as a happy person. You take pleasure in learning and sharing knowledge with others. You are spontaneous and desire admiration.

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Orange loving people are no doubt a socializer. They love to meet people and be with them. They tend to live in the present moment and somehow influence other people. Good nature, ambitious, assertive and hopeful are some of their qualities. Besides, they are also a team builder and problem solver at heart.

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If you adore pink among so many different colors, then you are compassionate, warm, humorous and lovable. You value unconditional love and like to be accepted by others for who you are. You are an easy going and soothing personality. In addition, you are very caring and sweet too.

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Red is the color of energy. People who pick red as their color are confident, passionate, determined and courageous. They are spontaneous and outgoing. They don’t hesitate to express themselves and live life to its fullest.

Also, red represents power and strength. This color grabs attention very easily.

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Adopting brown as your color signifies that you are dependable, reliable, genuine and very steady. You always love to spend a simple life with your loved ones. Moreover, you are transparent with your intentions and favor truth. Success comes with solid foundation is your mantra. Irrespective of the speed, either you do something or not at all.

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Being understanding and artistic is natural, if you like purple color. Your biggest asset is your intuition and it proves to be right more often than not. You like to be unique and always try to stand out. You help others in case of need.

Purple color evokes spiritual awareness and meditation. This color is also related with royalty, prosperity and wisdom.

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So, in the end I just want to say: Add more colors to your life!!

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Do share your favorite color with us in the comments section below.


4 Places to Visit in Gaya

This post is regarding my travelling experience of visiting famous places in the holy city, Gaya. Come and join me on this journey.

Gaya is a sacred city in the Indian state of Bihar. It is one of the major tourist attractions in the state, due to its historic importance. It mainly attracts followers of Hinduism and Buddhism.

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Gaya district has a town, Bodh Gaya. It is the place where Gautama Buddha, who founded Buddhism, had attained enlightenment. That is the reason, thousands of people visit this holy place from all around the world every year in India.

Me and my family visited this religious and beautiful place during the winter season last year. Here, I am sharing my experience of visiting this city and try to introduce you to some remarkable places that I have visited.

Mahabodhi Temple

Mahabodhi Temple situated in Bodh Gaya is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is among the most divine places for Buddhists. Prince Siddhartha Gautama, who later have known as Gautama Buddha, obtained enlightenment here under Bodhi Tree.

Mahabodhi temple is very old and built in around 260 BCE. It illustrates a very old piece of architecture. The main temple possesses a very delightful sculpture of Lord Buddha. People were chanting mantras there and were walking around the temple in a clockwise direction.

The whole place is very immense and has a soothing environment. There are beautiful gardens in the complex area. Different short sculptures of the Lord are also there.

The temple is situated in the east direction from the descendant of the actual Bodhi Tree. It is a fig tree (Ficus religiosa), also known as ‘peepal tree’ in the native language. Gautama Buddha attained perfect insight while meditating under it.

The Vajrasana or diamond throne is placed under the Bodhi Tree. It was built by Emperor Ashoka to mark the holy place. Nowadays, the throne and the trunk of the tree is protected with fences all around it.

We saw numerous monks and followers, who were meditating and praying under the tree, following their sacred rituals. One can feel calmness and peace while sitting there.

The temple premises also includes Cankamana. It is believed to be the way where Lord Buddha had walked during the meditation in the third week. The black stone lotuses on the platform specify the places where the Lord’s feet rested while walking.

I don’t have any photo of the temple as the phone was not allowed on the premises. But I must say, I was so pleased there, that is why I didn’t want to leave that place.

Vishnupad Temple

Me at Vishnupad Temple

Vishnupad Temple is another temple most visited by Hindu devotees. Built with gray granite stones, this age-old temple is an important place to visit. The temple is located along the Falgu River.

Vishnu-Pad (Vishnu feet) Temple was marked by the holy footprints of Lord Vishnu when he punished Gayasura. The imprinted stone slab is always decorated with sandalwood and various flowers. The temple also includes idols of other Gods.

On the other side of the Falgu River, there is another beautiful spot. According to Ramayana, it is the place where Lord Rama, wife Seeta, and brother Lakshmana came to offer pind-daan for their father Dasharath. Since then, this place is also famous for pind-daan as per Hindu mythology.

The Great Buddha Statue

See the Great Buddha Statue behind me

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The 25 meters (82 feet) Buddha Statue is located near Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya. The statue of Lord Buddha is seated above lotus flower in a meditation pose, under the open sky. It is made up of sandstone blocks and red granite. Statues of 10 disciples of Buddha in different hand postures are also erected there.

It took seven years to construct this marvelous piece of beauty, with the help of thousands of masons. The statue is among the top largest Buddha statues built in dhyana mudra (pose) in India.

Monasteries

There are numerous monasteries of different Asian Countries in close vicinity to Mahabodhi Temple. Monasteries include Thai Temple and Monastery, Japanese Temple, Royal Bhutan Temple, Tibetan Monastery, Chinese Temple and many more.

Japanese Temple

Construction of these temples and monasteries so diverge in shape, color, and style. They represent the tradition and culture of their own countries. They are all charming and graceful. Also, before visiting to see each one of them, make sure to keep in mind the timings.

Ngagyur Palyul Thupten Monastery and Temple

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There was tight security in that area, because his holiness the 14th Dalai Lama was there on a pilgrimage, for three weeks in India. I missed the chance to see him. We found that he was conducting a meeting with his fellow members when we visited there.

Royal Bhutan Temple
Sitting in front of Royal Bhutan Temple

Overall my experience of visiting this place was full of amazement and peacefulness. If you get a chance to go there, don’t miss. And do share your experience with us.

Happy Traveling!!

8 Tips to Stay Productive in Life

This post is all about the how to stay productive, so that you can achieve more in your life.

Being Productive is not about just doing a bunch of things, rather about doing the right things in an efficient manner. As you complete so many tasks in a day, it is important to evaluate, whether those tasks deserve your time and energy or not.

Everybody has 24 hours in a day and so, we can say we have a limited amount of time in life. It is important to use that time to live a happy, balanced and a meaningful life.

No matter if you are a student, doing a job or running your own business, our desires are unlimited and resources are limited. So, there is a need to stay productive in life.

Before mentioning the tips, I would like to draw your attention to the points written underneath, so that you can get best out of this post.

  • It is not easy to change our old deep rooted habits in just one day. The fact is, it will take time. For that you have to keep patience, discipline and also forgiving attitude during the process.

You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.

Jim Rohn
  • Instead of just reading, make a slight change. If possible, try to follow any tip in your life. For example, It can be to exercise for 10 minutes a day.

Sometimes it’s the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.

Keri Russell

Without any further delay, now I am sharing my tips of productivity to you:

Know Yourself

As everyone is different, their perspective to see life is also different. First and foremost step is to know yourself better, like what you want to be, what you want your ideal life to be and so on.

Maybe it sounds little bit boring or difficult, but it is important to live a life with a purpose. Based upon your character, core values, feelings and beliefs, draft a vision of your life. Don’t be too specific, but get a general idea about your dream life.

Set Goals

Most of the productive people follow the goal-oriented approach. On the basis of your vision, set some long term goals. Not necessarily to be 3 to 5-year goals; they can be just one-year goals. They should be realistic and achievable.

Set them according to your priorities in various aspects of your life, for example, financial goals, health goals, relationship goals, spiritual goals, social life goals etc. Also, make sure to write it down. Chances of achieving specific written plans are always more than oral vague plans. Instead of setting too many goals, rather focus on some few goals at a time.

Keep Track of Your Commitments

Review your goals weekly, fortnightly or monthly as per your convenience. Check if you are moving in the right direction, with the required pace. If your answer is in negative, you need to correct it.

Sometimes, while you are working towards achieving your goals, you may find that they are not your real goals. And it is normal. Your goals can change with time. Only by pursuing your goals in the real world, you can find whether you really want to achieve them or not. There is no other way round. So, change your goals if you find it necessary.

Break Tasks into Smaller Pieces

It’s easy to move a pebble than to move a huge and heavy rock. As by now, you have defined your goals, cut them into smaller pieces. Don’t make your task that much big and scary that you don’t even gather the courage to start. It is okay if you are not able to complete the whole task in a single day. Be consistent and try your best to complete it.

Create a Daily Schedule

You’ll feel a little bit uncomfortable doing this in the beginning, but once you get used to it, you’ll love it. This is my favorite part too. This will help you a lot in being productive. You don’t have to write a long to do list, which seems impossible for you to do in a single day. But simply write 1 to 3 tasks which are important to achieve your big goals. It will take 3-5 minutes to do so.

This gives you the clarity of what needs to be done. You don’t have to spend unnecessary time figuring out what to do, as you have specific goals to work towards. It will help you to make your day productive instead of wasting it.

Manage Energy as well as Time

You know time is precious, right! Being productive ensures that you are utilizing your time and most importantly energy in the optimum manner. Keeping this in mind, some points are written below to help you:

  • Limit the Time You Spend on Social Media: If you are wasting a significant amount of your time every day in scrolling (you know what I mean) and knowing what others are doing, then you sincerely need to cut out the time. A study reveals, on average we spend 2 hours a day on social media. Here, I am not saying to get rid of it or deactivate all your accounts, but gradually reduce your time that you spend on it.
  • Disable Push Notifications: Simply disable push notifications from social media apps. I must mention, my experience of using this method has tremendous effects in my life. We all have the tendency to see our phone, again and again. Why!! Just to know that is there something new has come in our phone like the message, or not. Disabling the push notification will help you in this regard. It will reduce your anxiety to see your phone with every new sound and let you focus on your current work. You can later check out all the messages in just one or two go, whenever you want.
  • Keep Your Phone Out of Reach: If possible, you can put your phone in another room, away from the place in which you are doing the work. You must place it somewhere out of your reach while you are doing important things.
  • Keep a Distraction List: Not to do list is as important as to do list. Writing it down can highlight the points where you need attention. Remember, recognizing a problem is the first step in fixing it. Then, find out the solutions of the given problems.  
  • Use Your Commute Time: Listen to podcasts or audio books, while commuting to and from work or school. You will not only learn something new, but also avoid spending extra time on social media. Otherwise, you can read news’ highlights and know what’s going on in the world. With that, you can easily take part in discussions with people.

  • Get Better at Saying NO: I know, everybody wants to be liked by other people. For that, we please everybody, and have to say ‘yes’, while actually we want to say a big ‘no’. You should not be available for everybody, at every single moment. Instead, give yourself more time and have the courage to say no. It doesn’t mean you have to say it rudely. Rather, try to make them understand that your priorities are different.
  • Ask for Help: Asking for help or delegating low value tasks to the other people, will save you time for important tasks.

Keep Your Body Fit and Mind Active

Mind and body are inter related and somehow affect each other. Your mental health is as important as your physical health. Keep a record of what are you feeding to your mind and body, and be alert about its quality. It really makes a lot of difference.

A healthy mind breeds a healthy body and vice versa!

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  • Exercise: You cannot achieve 100% productivity with an obsolete machine, right! Maintain your machine, i.e. your body, time to time. Just 10-20 minutes of exercise or any physical activity daily, and you are ready to rock.

You can either workout at your home; do yoga, dance or aerobic exercises; go to gym; do running, jogging or walking; do cycling or swimming; play some outdoor games; any kind of physical activity as per your interest.

It not only reduces stress generating hormones in your body, but also improves mood and level of concentration. For me, 15 minutes of daily exercise work wonders. It helps to increase my focus on a particular task for longer duration. Also, it boosts energy level in my body and promotes better sleep.

  • Eat Healthy: You have heard about the term ‘balanced diet’ so many times in your life. Our body needs nutrients, carbohydrates, proteins etc. to work properly. It is necessary to add various vitamins, minerals in our diet and take minimal amount of junk food in our day to day life.
  • Be Hydrated: The level of water in a human body varies according to age and composition of the body. On an average, 60% of human body is water. So, drink sufficient amount of water during the whole day to keep yourself hydrated and full of energy.
  • Take Enough Sleep: Our bad lifestyle can also affect our sleeping habits. Body needs enough amount of sleep every day. In my case, if I do not get enough sleep, I feel tired, and restless for the whole day. That reduces my efficiency of doing any work.

Our sleep cycle lasts about 90 minutes and during that time we move through five stages of sleep. It is better for the body to take rest in multiples of sleep cycle time like- 6 hours, 9 hours or so. Try to set your alarm keeping this in mind.

  • Meditate: Meditation is a process to train the brain, attention and awareness using different techniques. The method that works best for me is to observe my own thoughts. Meditation improves focus, expands memory power, enhances immune system and reduces stress. Practice it and see the results by yourself.            
  • Self-Talk: Your thoughts influences your actions. You cannot take any action without thinking. So, be mindful about your own thoughts.

Thought is action in rehearsal.

Sigmund Freud

Go on a date with yourself once in a while and spend some quality time; or manage to adjust some spare time to spend with yourself, and have a positive talk. Positive affirmations if repeated over and over again, can change both your thinking as well as your reality. This is wonderful, isn’t it?

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  • Get Organized: Throw immaterial stuff away, declutter and get organize. Be it your workspace, bookshelf, kitchen, wardrobe, rooms or anything else. Just make it simple to simplify your life. It helps you to focus on important things, this will improve efficiency.

  • Develop a Morning Routine: Our brain works most efficiently in the morning, during the first few hours after sleep. At that time your energy is on a peak level. Deliberate those hours on important tasks. If you have no time for that, and you are always in a hurry to go to work/ school, then try to get up little early every day. Let us say, 5-10 minutes early than the day before. You can afford that.

Though I am still struggling with my sleep patterns, but I always love to be a morning person. I found I am most productive in the morning. There is calmness and silence in the morning. I prefer reading books in the morning with fresh mind.

Make your to do list for the day, do the exercise, read a good book. If possible, do the hard stuffs first in the morning from your daily schedule. And by the noon, you get to know you have done a lot of things, while others are still finding what to do.

  • Stop Multi-Tasking: It takes a lot of brain energy to switch from one task to another task and then again refocus on the previous one. This switching between various tasks ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing. That is why, better to focus only on one task in your hand and leave the rest for their scheduled time.
  • Take Regular Breaks: If you are constantly working for long hours without any break, then your mind and body will be tired and will not be able to perform their best. It is better to take small rests for say 5-7 minutes after every hour of work. It can be simple stretching, small walk, or likewise. In my case, powerful nap works best for me.
  • Find Your Passion: You are never too old to learn something new. So, you can always learn some new skills. Find your passion and go after that. Join a dance class, or learn how to play guitar. Once in every 15 days or a month, is worth spending. You will feel pleasurable and satisfied because of that. It gives you the happiness and improves your productivity in other fields also.
  • Reward Yourself: Your small achievements will push you harder to achieve something big. Try to reward yourself, with every small accomplishment. It may not be necessarily party or so, you can make a cup of coffee for yourself. Just try this, seriously it works (at least for me).

  • Enjoy the Simple Pleasures: If you are thinking that you will be happy only after fulfilling all your desires, then you are thinking wrong. Try to be present in your every moment and enjoy it to the fullest. Instead of thinking about your past and worrying about the future, practice to live in here and now. Don’t delay your happiness by thinking, I will be happy only after achieving something. While you are moving towards your destination, don’t forget to enjoy the beautiful journey!
  • Sit Back and Relax: Take a break from your repetitive life. Be lazy and do nothing, plan out a trip, explore a new place and relax, spend time with your family and loved ones or volunteer in a charitable institution and help others. In short, just do whatever you always wanted to do.

At last, I want to say only one thing, just finish whatever you have started, and then only jump on to the next one. Start small and slow. In habit changing loop also, once you have substituted your one old habit with the new habit, then only move on to the next one. Taking small steps in the changing process, will not only achieve something big in totality, buy also it will make the change easy and simple for you.

Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken.

Warren Buffett

All the best!!


A Solo Travel to Pink City | Jaipur

This post is all about my visit to the different beautiful places in Jaipur.

If you are exploring a new place to visit with your family and loved ones, then your list should definitely include Jaipur.

Jaipur, also known as Pink city, is the capital of North Indian state named Rajasthan. Being founded and named after the Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amer, Jaipur is a part of India’s Golden Triangle tourist circuit.

I went to Jaipur on my vacations. It is one of the favorite places for tourists and vacationers due to its rich culture, heritage, and monuments. Among so many captivating places in Jaipur, I visited some, and I am sharing my experiences with you all underneath:

Front View of Amer Fort



Front view of Amer Fort

Amer Fort

Amer Fort or Amber Fort is located in rugged hills, away from the main city. The first impression of the fort for me was the strange royal feeling. ‘Amber’ Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

I was astonished to see that immense fort and the beautiful architectural designs of it from outside. For entrance, I had two options, either I could enter by simply walking or I could enter by riding on an elephant. I chose the second one.

Amer Fort was mainly built by Raja Man Singh, and later undergone improvements by Jai Singh I and Sawai Jai Singh II. Red sandstone work and glowing white marbles were the centers of attention. There was beautiful Maota Lake view from the top.

The fort was divided into four sections each having a courtyard. It consisted of Diwan-E-Am (Hall of public audience), Diwan-E-Khas (Hall of private audience), the Sukh Niwas and Sheesh Mahal whose walls are made with mirrors and precious stones, left us open-jawed.

I felt curious to know more about Rajput Maharajas’ life as I wish to live their life, which can’t be possible now. After spending some hours and witnessing a city glimpse from there, we left that place. In the evening, you can also see the light and sound show at the fort.

  posing with the Camel after the ride near Jal Mahal
Me posing with the Camel after the ride near Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal or Water Palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake, somewhere between the city and the Aravalli hills, was a very peaceful place. It looked more splendid with the combination of the deep blue color of water mixed with the soothing yellow color of the palace.

In total it has five storeys, out of which four storeys are in the water and only one exposed above the water level. We were not allowed to go inside the lake but could enjoy the stunning view from the shores. No doubt, visiting Rajasthan is incomplete without having a camel ride.

So, I did that alongside the lake and enjoyed the bumpy ride a lot. At last, we went for long walks in the pathways accompanied with mild air in the evening and ate some street food over there.

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is a great monument built by Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh II. Featuring world’s largest stone Sundail, Jantar Mantar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jantar Mantar in layman term means ‘An Instrument that does the Calculation’.

I reached there during mid-day. It was not possible for us to gain in-depth knowledge of the observatory, so I took a guide. He told me that it consists of nineteen instruments like Vrihat Samrat Yantra, Rama Yantra, Jai Prakash Yantra and many more. These instruments were used earlier for measuring time, eclipses prediction, tracking locations of major stars, and other celestial movements.

Side view of Hawa Mahal
Side view of Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal

Located in the middle of the main street of the old Pink city, Hawa Mahal is a significant monument of Jaipur. It is constructed with red and pink sandstones and is famous for its marked architecture. ‘Palace of the winds’ contained countless small windows (also called jharokhas) and screens to provide ventilation. Though I am not able to recall the exact number of windows right now that I tried to count.

The reason it was mainly built was for providing Royal women the view of the city without having been noticed by other people. I  went for some shopping in the nearby market area after capturing some pictures with the Mahal.

In Jaipur, if you want to do extensive shopping, then you can hit Johari Bazar, Tripolia Bazar, Chandpole Bazar, or Kishanpole Bazar. They all can give you an amazing shopping experience.

Birla Temple

As we all know there are several Birla temples located all around the country, Jaipur also has one. Here it is also known as Laxmi-Narayan Temple. It is located at the base of Moti Dungari Hill. The temple is built on an elevated ground. I was astounded with the white beauty of the temple as it was built completely with marble. Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu (Narayan) and Goddess Laxmi (the Goddess of wealth and good fortune).

There were positive vibes all around the temple. The walls were depicting the old stories and events associated with Hinduism and other religions. There were alluring sculptures based on mythological themes near the temple premises. Overall I felt fascinating and pleasant.

Albert Hall picture captured in Mobile
Trying some photography skills at Albert Hall

Central Museum

Central Museum or Albert Hall Museum (named after Prince Albert) is among the old museums situated in the city. That adorable and unique piece of architecture was located in the center of Ram Niwas Garden.

The museum has a large range of collection of the King’s portraits and costumes, arms and weapons, wooden crafts, ivory objects, metal sculptures, and much other art and craft work. At night, The place appeared more vibrant and enchanting with many colorful lights.

City view from back of Nahargarh fort
City view from back of Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh Fort was originally named Sudarshangarh, was built in 1734 by Maharaj Sawai Jai Singh II, primarily as a strong defense for Jaipur city. Later on, changed it to Nahargarh, which means ‘abode of tigers’. Fort is situated on the top of Aravalli Hills, which gives a picturesque view of the entire city.

The fort is popular spot among the locals for the sunrise and sunset views. We went to visit the back side of the fort in the afternoon and stayed there till the evening, in order to observe the beautiful view of the sunset from the top. The city consisted of so many widespread tiny buildings, stuck together which were looking like small boxes, and was surrounded with the hills all around it.

World Trade Park

World Trade Park (WTP) is one of the largest shopping malls in India by size, it has its own uniqueness. It was inaugurated in 2012 with construction cost worth 350 crores. It is royal blue in color with a very charming structure.

Ambience and the interiors will give you a wow feeling. WTP is divided into many sections. Some of them are namely Dubai Bazaar, Fantasy Street, Roman Street, Pyramid Street, Mexican Street and so on. WTP has many branded outlets with a multicuisine food court and a movie theatre.

At last, all I can say is that it was a wonderful experience to visit Jaipur as it added so much to my memories which will last forever.