The Amer Fort contains the Sheesh Mahal or the Palace of Mirrors. It is adorned with thousands of mirror tiles as well as colored glass on its walls and ceiling. The mirrors allow a single candle or ray of sunlight to be able to light the entire hall.
This cenotaph for Jai Singh II is absolutely mesmerizing with the intricate white marble carvings and dome that is supported by twenty ornate pillars. It is hard to comprehend that this is a burial sight.
Sheesh Mahal, also known as the Palace of Mirrors is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Jaipur. The beauty of this palace lies in the fact that even if a petite ray of light enters it, it naturally lights up the whole palace while reflecting in all the other mirrors. Forming unbelievably magnificent patters, thousands of tiny mirrors planted on the walls, lend this place a splendid touch. . @fernandesjeanie We are sure you had a great time over here😍 . 👉 Follow @triphikers to see and share more beautiful travel stories of travellers in India ❤️. .
Guess how much time it tooks us to take a photo with the four of us? Today was the first time that we took both dogs together by scooty to the cricket ground, it's one of the safest places for them where they can play and walk around without their belts because otherwise some steet dogs would just start fighting with them. We had sooo much fun 💖