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Jal Mahal to Host a Night Bazaar Trial From September 26th

Jal Mahal to Host a Night Bazaar Trial From September 26th

One of Rajasthan's most exquisite structures is the Jal Mahal, a monument known for its history is situated in state of Vibrant culture- Jaipur. When night falls, the monument's glittering, yellow-tinged reflection in the water is quite magnificent. The Jaipur Municipal Corporation-Heritage has chosen to establish a night market at the water palace in an effort to enhance visitors' experiences at night. JMC will undertake a trial run on September 26 and 27 before establishing itself officially, as that plan is still in the works.

According to a sources, such a step was attempted last month when a weekly night market was set up at Chaura Rasta in the walled city, but it was not a success due to specific challenges encountered by the traders.

ALL ABOUT JAL MAHAL NIGHT BAZAAR 

•    A trial of this night market will be held from September 26 to September 27.
•    There will be approximately 200 night shops put up for the path.
•    The trails bazaar will be open to guests from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. after midnight.
•    There will be a variety of shops ranging from food stalls to handcrafts to entertainment.
•    Depending on the reaction, the JMC will decide if the trial may be translated into a weekly extravaganza.

According to reports, officials also considered setting up bazaars at Albert Hall due to the massive footfall experienced at this tourist attraction. 

The name alone implies that this palace is encircled by water. This mansion floats on water. On the outskirts of Jaipur, along the Man Sagar lake, is where you'll find this beautiful monument. It's interesting to note that this palace has four floors that are underwater. The Mughal-Rajput building in question is illuminated beautifully at night. Jal Mahal attracts throngs of tourists each year as it reflects off the lake.

The Jal Mahal, which is also known as the "Water Palace," was not intended to be used as a palace when it was erected by Maharaja Madho Singh I. It was intended to serve as a hunting lodge for the king and his party during their duck hunting expeditions.
 

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