Patrika gate is one of the most beautiful locations of Jaipur, this is a big gate with beautiful architecture and this location is for all kind of age group people to enjoy a good evening, everyday musical fountain show for visitors is one of the big attraction of this place. Each pillar of the Patrika gate is painted with some important facts about different parts of the Rajasthan state. The Patrika Gate in Jaipur is a famous monument and tourist attraction in the capital city of Rajasthan. Located 30-minutes outside of the city center, the gate serves as an entrance to Jawahar Circle Garden. And many believe it to be one of the most photographed spots in all of India. While the gate is just one of the many architectural wonders in Jaipur, the opulent design is genuinely awe-inspiring. And the vibrant and intricate walkways serve as a true reflection of Rajasthani culture.
Patrika Gate is an outstanding place to witness the rich and vibrant architectural and cultural legacies of Rajasthan. It is not merely a splendid place for photographic opportunities. One should expend adequate time to enjoy each of the painted panels. Patrika Gate reminds me of this quote “Find a beautiful place and get lost”
Here is another befitting quote “Sometimes you need a break in a beautiful place”
PATRIKA GATE JAIPUR HISTORY
Although this gate has been based on the seven original heritage gates that were used to provide access to the walled city of Jaipur, this gate is a relatively new attraction. The Patrika Gate is now the ninth gate of Jaipur and was named after a local news company called Patrika. It was constructed and opened to the public in 2016. In 2020 the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, inaugurated this gate via video conferencing! In his address, he commended Kulish Ji from the Patrika Media Company for his contribution to Indian journalism. The Patrika Gate was built by the Patrika group of Newspapers on the Jawaharlal Nehru Marg in Jaipur.
Patrika Gate has been built as a unique memorial showcasing the architectural and cultural heritage of all the regions of Rajasthan. This memorial is an attempt to integrate the art, craft, and cultural heritage of Rajasthan into one structure. Patrika Group has constructed ‘Patrika Gate’ as part of Mission Anupam Yojana of Jaipur Development Authority. The gate is built on the busiest Jawaharlal Nehru Marg of Jaipur and it is an attempt to bring together the art, craft, and cultural heritage of the state in one place. Patrika Gate as a monument adds to the legacy of Patrika being embedded and unified with the cultural values of Rajasthan.
It is being claimed like the walled city, numeral nine plays a critical part in the making of the Patrika Gate. The nine-point Vastu principle has been given special attention while designing Patrika Gate. There is a total of nine pavilions. Each pavilion is 9 feet wide. The width of the gate is 81 feet and height 108 feet which coincides with the width of principal markets in the walled city. Some experts claim it to be 111 feet and not 108 feet. Patrika Gate is being touted as the ninth gate of Jaipur. Patrika Gate is the southern gate of Jaipur.