THESE 5 Jaipur-based books available under ₹500, will pique your love for the city!

While your order is getting shipped, share your list of favourites in the comments below!

'Explore, dream, discover'- This is what the listicle of book recommendations below, is all about! We have meticulously curated a list of 5 books that will allow you to explore Jaipur in a new manner, fuel your daydreams about becoming royalty and discover your love for this city with every page flip. So move over the mundane routine, add these books to your Amazon cart and embark upon an adventurous trip, as you turn the leaves of these unputdownable books!

Jaipur Nama: Tales From The Pink City

Penned down by Giles Tillotson, who has written and lectured widely on Indian art and architecture, Jaipur Nama captures the essence of Jaipur as observed by residents and visitors between the 18th and 20th century. The entertaining and scholarly writings, as well as the kaleidoscope of pictures contained in this book, appeals to a wide range of readership.

Cost: ₹299

Language: English

Publisher: Penguin India

Jaipur 10 Easy Walks

A book of its kind for Jaipur city, this book gives a chance to armchair travellers to explore the beauty of the Pink City. Jaipur 10 Easy Walks, written by Dharmendar Kanwar, catalogues the vibrant streets of this city, beyond the usual attractions, with the mention of marble statue-makers, dyers, printers, bangle-sellers, artisans and much more!

Cost: ₹295

Language: English

Publisher: Rupa

Jaipur Journals

Jaipur Journals is partly a love letter to the Jaipur Literature Festival, partly an ode to literature and aspiring writers, and partly a satire on the people who throng to this annual festival. This wry and pacey novel by Namita Gokhale shares diverse stories that follow the themes of love, regret, self-doubt and new beginnings, which will keep you hooked until the end.

Cost: ₹499

Language: English

Publisher: Penguin Viking

Zenani Deordhi: The Life and Journey of a Princess

A compelling tale of a kingdom in peril, of people in pleasure and pain, Zenani Deordhi is a historical fiction that traces the life of a princess who is married into the Royal House of Jaipur. Through the vivid account of love and loss shared in this book by Santoshi Singh, your childhood imaginations of being royalty can finally take flight!

Cost: ₹299

Language: English

Publisher: Leadstart

Jaipur Diaries

The fictional plotline of Jaipur Diaries traverses a love triangle between a male protagonist (Akash) and two female protagonists (Sia and Navya). Authored by Aryan Upadhyay, this light-hearted novel is full of romantic anecdotes, colours of friendship, college fun and many twists and turns that constantly keep the readers on the edge.

Cost: ₹169

Language: Hindi

Publisher: Redgrab Books

Knock Knock

While Netflix and chill is a good way of spending the weekend, nothing can surpass the enthusiasm of indulging in fascinating books where you can find relatable characters. Manoeuvre your free time like a true bookworm with these page-turners that you can order online, in under ₹500 and while your order is getting shipped, share your list of favourites in the comments below!

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