The Additional Director of Rajasthan Tourism Department in New Delhi Dr. Ganjeet Kaur received the award.
Jaipur: Jaipur won the title of the ‘Favourite Indian City’ in the Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Travel Awards 2018, held in New Delhi.
Representatives from different states were honoured in various categories related to the tourism industry in the event.
In the 8th City Conde Nest Traveler Readers Annual Award ceremony, the Additional Director of Tourism Department in New Delhi from Rajasthan Dr. Ganjeet Kaur received the award from Divya Thani, who is a Chief Editor of Conde Nest Traveler Readers.
The orators at the event appreciated Jaipur for its heritage and culture. The Readers of Condé Nast Traveller have chosen Jaipur as the favorite city of the Indian Subcontinent through votes. Tourists love Jaipur’s traditions, hospitality, grandeur, architecture and royal history.
According to them, Jaipur is among the most visited city of the country after the formation of the Golden Triangle. No tourists leave India without visiting the Golden Triangle of India.
The Golden Triangle is a triangle of cities made on India’s map for Indian and international tourists. It comprises of three cities: Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. These three cities are must visit for any tourists who come to India.