A pre-memorable Hindu journey site, the Galtaji Temple, is found just 10km far from Jaipur. One of the gems of Jaipur, the sanctuary complex incorporates regular new water springs and 7 blessed "kunds" or water tanks. Among these kunds, the 'Galta Kund', is the holiest one and is accepted to never get dry. A spring of unadulterated water streams from the 'Gaumukh', a stone molded like a dairy animals' head, into the tanks. An astounding structure, this great sanctuary is implicit pink sandstone, in the midst of low slopes, and is organized to look more like a castle or "haveli" than a conventional sanctuary. The Galta Monkey Temple has a scenery of exquisite scene including lavish green vegetation, and offers an intriguing perspective of the city of Jaipur. This sanctuary is well known for the numerous tribes of monkeys that abide here. The religious psalms and serenades, consolidated with the normal setting, give a quiet mood to any individual who visits there.