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Jaipur or The City of Victory, was first intended to be "Sawai Jaipur", named after the boy Prince who commissioned it - Maharaja Jai Singh II - a warrior, astronomer and politician who reigned over the Mughals from 1699 to 1743.

Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, a grand visionary and architect, helped Jai Singh II design and develop his vision of the city. The two began work during the second half of the Prince's reign in 1727. Concentrating on shaping his creative pursuits and passions, Jai Singh's ambition was to make Jaipur one of the greatest cities of his time. He was clearly successful. Within five years a walled city of unparalleled beauty was created.

Jaipur was built according to a plan, with the glittering City Palace in the centre. Spreading around, in tiers, were public buildings, residences of noblemen, and the living and trading quarters of merchants and artisans. At it's simplest, Jaipur was based on seven blocks of buildings, subdivided by straight, wide roads. All of it surrounded, as cities then were, by a high wall for defence into which were set seven gates.

From Distance Driving Time
Railway Station 10 Kilometers 20 Minutes
Domestic airport 21 Kilometers 35 Minutes
From Delhi 262 Kilometers 5 Hours

Driving Direction

Driving Directions from Delhi to the Trident, Jaipur

Post Gurgaon proceed for about 100 Kms on National Highway 8 (NH 8) to reach Behror. About 75 Kms of straight drive from Behror is the Shahpura town on NH 8. Drive for 50 Kms from Shahpura to reach Kunda, Amber Town Crossing in Jaipur passing small towns of Achrol and Kukas on the way. Take right from Kunda, Amber and move towards Amber Fort road, the historical Amber Fort is located on the same road, two kilometers ahead . Another 4 kilometer's drive would take you past the Kanak Virandvan Garden, located on the left side of the road. Moving forward and you will be reach the Jal Mahal Lake. The Trident Jaipur is situated just opposite of this lake. Take a U-turn from petrol pump ahead to reach The Trident Jaipur.

Directions from the Jaipur Airport to the Trident, Jaipur

Move on the left after leaving the airport terminal and take the immediate next U turn to come on the other side of the road. Take the half round of the Jawahar Circle; and take right turn for JLN Marg and drive 10 Kms straight to reach Ramniwas Garden. Enter in Ramniwas Garden Take half round of the Albert Hall and move straight to reach at old Jaipur city gate named New Gate. Enter into the old city and drive 2 kilometer from the New Gate on Chaura Rasta to reach the Tripolia Gate. Take a right from there and drive for 1km to reach Badi Choupad and take left to Hawa Mahal road. Take right from Chandi Ki Takasal, located around 1km from Badi Chaupad, to reach at Subash Chowk. Take left from there and drive 3 kilometer. The Trident Jaipur is located on this road opposite of heritage lake Jal Mahal.

Directions from the Jaipur Railway station to the Trident, Jaipur

After coming out of the Railway station go straight towards flyover and drive 4 kilometers straight to reach at Chand pol gate. Enter in Jaipur old city by Chand pol gate and drive 2 kilometer to reach Chothi Choupad. Drive straight for 2 kilometer to reach Badi Choupad and take left to Hawa Mahal road. Take right from Chandi Ki Takasal, located around 1km from Badi Chaupad, to reach at Subash Chowk. Take left from there and drive 3 kilometer. The Trident Jaipur is located on this road opposite of heritage lake Jal Mahal.

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