Swargasuli Tower in Jaipur

Swargasuli Tower

Ishwar Lat, a towering 60-foot structure in Jaipur, is a true gem that embodies the rich history of the city. Also known as 'Swarg Suli' or 'heaven-piercing minaret,' this tower was erected by Raja Ishwari Singh in 1749 A.D. to commemorate a grand victory. The vibrant yellow colour of the tower stands out amidst the pink hues of the city, offering a stunning view to enjoy. The seven-storeyed minaret provides a spectacular panoramic view of Jaipur that is sure to leave you enchanted. With 264 steps to climb, reaching the top floor is a thrilling adventure that culminates in a breath-taking view of the city.

Location: Jaipur
Distance from the hotel: 19 km
Distance from the airport: 12 km
Driving time: 37 minutes

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