Vaishali Nagar (Jaipur)

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Vaishali Nagar is an affluent neighbourhood in the southwestern part of Jaipur. It stretches from Queens Road in the east, to Delhi Bypass in the west, and Ajmer Road in the south, to Sirsi Road in the north. Vaishali Nagar's most famous spot is the National Handloom, the spot preferred mostly by local residents to hang out and eat street food.

Amenities[edit]

Inox Cinema Hall is in Vaibhav Multiplex at Amrapali Circle. There are about 20 branches of various private and PSU banks. This area has become a satellite area of Jaipur and the residents do not have to go to the main city to fulfill their daily needs. Rather, people from the main city frequently visit this colony for shopping.

The area also has multiple post offices.

Educational institutes[edit]

  • DAV Centenary Public School
  • Tagore Public School
  • Brightlands Girls School
  • Defence Public School
  • Jayshree Periwal High School
  • Sanskriti School
  • Ravinder Bal Bharti
  • Blue Star Public School
  • Amar Public Senior Sec School

Religion[edit]

The area has a Gurdwara has on Vaishali Marg;[1] it also is home to Hanuman Vatika in Hanuman Nagar.

Ram Mandir, Ganesh Mandir, Laxminarain Mandir and Jharkhand Shiva Temple are also located in this region.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Famous Sikh Gurudwaras in Jaipur You Must Visit". Meet the Locals: Jaipur Magazine in English. 18 January 2018. Retrieved 13 October 2020.