How to Call Jaipur From the USA

Jump on a call to Jaipur!

Jaipur, aka the Pink City, is filled with historical buildings and traditions. But it hasn’t been all rosy when it comes to searching for free calling to Jaipur. You’ve tried this service and that service, but the hidden fees have started making you believe the search for unlimited¹ calling to India is neverending.

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How to call Jaipur:

  • Start by dialing 011, the U.S. and Canada exit code.
  • Next, enter 91 — the India country code.
  • Then, dial 141 — the Jaipur area code (for landlines only).
  • Finish with the 7-digit landline or 10-digit mobile number.

Now you know the proper technique for calling Jaipur, but to call friends and families in other parts of the country, read our post on how to call India.

The gist of Jaipur:

Nicknamed the ‘Pink City’ (as stated earlier), Jaipur’s population checks in at just over three million. Known for being a planned city, Jaipur was once the headquarters of India’s royal family. Because of these noble roots, many picturesque palaces (such as the Hawa Mahal palace) and forts can be found in the city, making Jaipur, along with New Delhi and Agra, three of the biggest tourist destinations in the country. Although Jaipur is a hotspot for tourists from all over the world, the city has also become a thriving business center and metropolis.

Fun trivia fact:
Jaipur is nicknamed the Pink City due to its buildings being dyed terracotta pink to welcome the Prince of Wales on his royal tour in 1853.

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