Before Jaipur was constructed, Amber, 11 kilometres to the northeast of Jaipur, was home to the Kachhawa Rajputs’ capital.
Amba Mata, the Minas’ fertility and soil goddess, gave the colour amber its name.
Amber Palace is the most charming Rajput palace and fort.
Amber Fort appears to be a magical castle in a fairyland when it is reflected in the lovely Maota Lake.
An elephant ride that transports visitors to Amber Fort is a well-liked attraction at the base of the hill.
The Sheesh Mahal, also known as the Palace of Mirrors, is the most stunning palace in Amber Fort.
The marble “magic flower” fresco, which features seven distinctive motifs including a fish tail, a lotus, a hooded cobra, an elephant trunk, a lion’s tail, a cob of corn, and a scorpion, is a particular draw here.
The two-story Ganesh Pol, which is adorned with beautiful jali screens and intricate murals, is the most spectacular entrance.
Visitors can walk through a portion of the 2-km tunnel that connects Amber Fort with Jaigarh Fort.
Amber Fort can be entered using a composite ticket that also grants access to Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal on the same day.