Hawa Mahal is a five-storey pyramidal monument with eight corners and 963 windows; it is the identity of Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur. As to Vastukala, it is a specimen of fanciful architecture wonderfully built. Its half eight armed balcony seems as though they are kept one upon another. It’s intricate lattice work and creativity is the good sign of classic architecture work. The palace had been especially built for the queens and princess of Jaipur with the main aim that they could see the processions that went out in the city time to time. Hawa Mahal is a pure fusion of Rajput architecture and Mughal architecture work; the main constructor of Hawa Mahal was Ustad Lalchand. On the first floor of Hawa Mahal spring festival is celebrated, this floor is decorated by jewels and precious stones, hence, it is also called, ‘Ratan Mandir’. On the above floor, there is one temple where the king did his prayers and meditation to his God Govinddevji. On the fourth floor, there is Prakash Temple and on the fifth floor lies Hawa Mandir.