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Isar Lat (Swargasuli) Tower, Jaipur City View

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Isar Lat or Swargasuli in Jaipur, is the highest tower you will notice on the western side of the Tripolia Bazaar. Climbing up the circler stairway inside is a long climb but well worth the beautiful views of the city.

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