Life is all about gaining new experiences, meeting new people, and exploring different traditions and cultures. And what better way to do so than travelling After all, travelling is a crash course in life itself. With all its ups and downs, life is a unique journey where we learn something new daily.
With this thought, our host decided to drive on some new roads to Jaipur with his sporting and stunning Renault Kiger. With its LED headlights, dual-tone roof and super smart car interiors, Kiger is the perfect companion for every long or short trip.
Our host's journey began in Delhi's Khan Market, home to some excellent bookshops, boutiques, brand showrooms, lifestyle shops and cafes. After indulging in a hearty meal, he set off to Jaipur, roughly 300km from Delhi. Founded in AD 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, Jaipur is steeped in history and culture. The city is known for its magnificent forts, palaces, broad avenues, and spacious gardens.
Having driven through some exciting and scenic roads, our host entered Pink City via the 300-year-old Ajmeri Gate, which provides a gateway to the old Jaipur city and the main shopping area, i.e. Bapu Bazaar.
After parking his Kiger, our host moved towards the majestic Hawa Mahal, where he tasted Jaipur's rich culture. With its small latticed windows, called "jharokhas," the unique five-storeyed structure was built using pink sandstone in 1799.
After parking his Kiger, our host moved towards the majestic Hawa Mahal, where he tasted Jaipur's rich culture. With its small latticed windows, called "jharokhas," the unique five-storeyed structure was built using pink sandstone in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. Having interacted with the locals and shopkeepers around Hawa Mahal, he hopped on to his Kiger and drove towards the breathtaking Jal Mahal, a palace in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. A showcase of the Rajput style of architecture, the Jal Mahal looks even more splendid after sunset--something our host will also agree with.