Crushed between bluffs in a rough valley, Galta is a ruined, if reminiscent, place. The sanctuary houses various holy tanks, into which some challenging spirits hop from the adjoining precipices. The water is professed to be a few elephants profound and took care of from a spring that falls through the mouth of an etched bovine.
There are some unique frescos in sensible condition in a chamber toward the finish of the base pool, including those portraying athletic accomplishments, the maharaja playing polo, and the adventures of Krishna and the gopis (milkmaids).
It is otherwise called the Monkey Temple and you will discover several monkeys living here – strong and forceful macaques and more agile and okay langurs. You can buy peanuts at the door to take care of to them, however be set up to be mobbed by teeth-exposing primates.
Albeit just a couple of kilometers east of the City Palace, Galta is about 10km by street from focal Jaipur. An autorickshaw should accuse around ₹500 return of holding up time; a taxi will charge at any rate ₹800.
On the edge above Galta is the Surya Mandir, which transcends Jaipur and can be seen from the eastern side of the city. A 2.5km-long strolling trail moves up to the sanctuary from Suraj Pol, or you can stroll up from the Galta side. There are dim perspectives over the murmuring city.