Rajasthan is popular all over the world for its beautiful architecture and Sargasuli is one of them. Popularly known as “Tower to Paradise”, this beautiful tower symbolizes the victory of Jaipur. Also known as “Isar Wave”, the Sargasuli Tower is one of Pink City’s most prominent tourist spots. This is an important place for every history.
History: This beautiful tower was constructed in the middle of the eighteenth century in 1749, when the ruler of Jaipur, Maharaja Ishwari Singh, conquered King Madho Singh. As the aspect, this place speaks about this victory and holds more importance in the history of Jaipur. This tower has been constructed following the rules of Vastu Shastra. Prior to achieving independence, people used this tower to monitor for potential attacks. Due to the height of 60 feet above the ground, it is the tallest building in the walled city of Jaipur.
Popular Attractions: Famous as Isar Lat among locals, this sky touching building is situated near the convergence of Tripolia Bazaar and Gangori Bazaar close to the Chhoti Chaupar Chowk and Tripolia Gate. Visitors can see the magnificent view of old Jaipur from the top of the Sarasgusula Tower.
This seven-story Minar was based on the Qutab Minar and Kirti Pillar of Chittorgarh. The tower divider is made up of magnificent cross-section work, which provides air and light to the entire building. This place is a great example of ancient architecture patterns of ancient times. The view from the highest point of this building is so amazing that thousands of visitors are attracted to this place.
The entrance of the place is through a small door, in which the visitor can see a beautiful round gallery which revolves around the mouth of the building. There is a door in every floor of the Sargasuli Tower which opens in front of a balcony inside the building.
By visiting this skyrocketing tower, tourists get a 360-degree panoramic view of the whole of Jaipur over the roof. This is the place that will help you to understand what worldly beauty is and why it is named “Saragasuli”.
How to Access: Take any public transport of transport from Shastri Market and reach the Ashish Market where this building is located. Get a taxi or auto rick to get here
So if the history of Rajasthan attracts you, then be sure to visit this place to get more clear information about the royal history and feel the moment to catch that eye with a height of 60 feet.