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Experience The Unique Stay At Heritage Hotels In Jaipur!

Since, the Sun’s playing hide and seek , flowers are in full bloom and the weather’s just perfect neither chill not that hot , the  month of December is definitely the best time to plan your vacation in the beauteous Pink City, Jaipur   

And if you intend to experience the unique stay in Heritage hotels, you’re at the right place. The havelis and heritage hotels of Jaipur illustrate the rich architecture and grandiosity of the royal era of Rajputana.

Thus, for an intimate and indwelling experience of Rajasthan’s warm hospitality and rich memoirs, there’s perhaps no better way than staying at the heritage hotels. Rajasthan with a shimmering royal past, weaves a story through its magnificent, war-torn forts and palatial constructions which are later converted into palatial houses for travellors tore live the regal era.

Blending the erstwhile elegance with the avant-garde outlook, these converted heritage hotels in and around Jaipur, give an unforgettable and world-class experience.

  1. Alila Fort Bishangarh

Located at Bishangarh Village in the Jaipur District, barely 6 km off the Delhi-Jaipur National Highway, Alila Fort Bishangarh is perched magnificently upon a granite hill.  The bold, striking architecture of Alila Fort Bishangarh appears seamlessly sculpted from the surrounding rustic terrain, overlooking 360-degree views of the impressive Rajasthani landscape.

https://www.alilahotels.com/fortbishangarh

  • Sujan Rajmahal

Home to the Maharaja of Jaipur, this exquisite royal palace is located at the heart of Rajasthan’s bustling capital. An enclosed oasis, secluded in verdant gardens, Rajmahal Palace is the repository of a celebrated history. Tall bay windows, mirrored doors and meticulously appointed interiors allow guests to be transported to a new era of 21st century regal living. 

http://sujanluxury.com/raj-mahal/

  •  Rambagh Palace

Originally built in 1835, Rambagh Palace has stepped gracefully through many royal transitions—from the home of the queen’s favourite handmaiden, to royal guesthouse and hunting lodge, and later as the residence of the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and his queen, Maharani Gayatri Devi. Today, this jewel in the Taj’s crown offers 78 stunningly restored grand luxury rooms and suites which were the chambers of the former Maharaja.

 https://taj.tajhotels.com/en-in/taj-rambagh-palace-jaipur/

  • Alsisar Haveli

Stay in princely style in a luxurious regal room or choose the maharaja suite to experience the illustrious hospitality of Rajasthan. By the leafy, lush trees lined pool, complete with newly refined gazebos and cenotaphs, enjoy refreshing swimming hours, poolside snacks and mojito pop treat, or dinner at the extensive restaurant with Rajasthani specialties.

http://www.alsisarhaveli.com/

  • Narain Niwas Palace

Standing grand amidst modern day Jaipur is Hotel Narain Niwas Palace, whose crest reads – “Brave deeds live, though bodies die”. Traditionally, ‘Niwas’ means a home of the royals. Hotel Narain Niwas Palace is one of the finest heritage hotels of the princely state of Rajasthan, showcasing a good example of history amalgamating with modern times.

 https://narainniwaspalace.hotvel.com/jaipur

  • Hari Mahal Palace

Hari Mahal Palace is situated in the heart of the peaceful city Jaipur. Hari Mahal Palace, built as a city residence of Rajadhiraj Hari Singhji of Achrol, dates back to 1930. Royal Family of Achrol was an important part of the “Barah Kothri” or twelve leading chiefs of the Jaipur state. The present Rajadhiraj Mahendra Singh continues to reside in one part of palace and while the other part of the palace has been converted into a Heritage Hotel (Hari Mahal Palace).

http://harimahalpalace.com/

  • Shahpura House 

The Shahpura Hotels are an exceptional achievement in the restoration of a royal and valuable heritage. They hold pride of place in India’s heritage and that of Rajasthan. The present owners, Maharaj Surendra Singh, descendant of the royal family of Shahpura, committed to restore the properties – the Hotels, the House (the royal residence) – to their splendid and personally attended by the owners, are also embedded with world-class contemporary luxury, original glory and offer the experience to discerning travellers from across the world. The hotels are planned for with great care during the restoration. A wealthy history blends seamlessly with the comforts of the present.

http://www.shahpura.com/

  • Hotel Bissau Palace

Bissau Palace is an elegant traditional hotel built in 1919 and recently renovated. Close to the walled city and overlooking the Tiger fort the Bissau offers an oasis of calm, care, comfort and respite from the ‘heat and dust’ of the city.

http://bissaupalace.com/index.htm

  • Chomu Palace

Chomu Palace, a reflection of the Royal Palaces of India, is a 300 year old elegant fortified palace hotel and one of the places to visit in Rajasthan. It revives the gracious lifestyles of the princes of Rajasthan and the heritage of India. It is an authentic and historic palace that discreetly blends with the modern amenities and facilities. 

http://www.chomupalacehotel.com/

  • Ramgarh Lodge

This heritage hotel is an exceptional blend of unmatched traditional hospitality with contemporary efficiency. Complete with smart spacious rooms that offer breathtaking views of the Aravalli Hills, The Gateway Hotel Ramgarh Lodge is perfect for business travellers and leisure seekers.

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  • Jai Mahal Palace

Built in 1745, the Jai Mahal Palace is a stunning piece of Rajasthan’s heritage, a great example of Indo-Saracenic architecture set amidst 18 acres of landscaped Mughal gardens. Jai Mahal Palace has been the residence of three Prime Ministers of the princely state of Jaipur. Painstakingly restored and recently refurbished, it is now a luxury five-star Taj heritage hotel equipped with all modern-day comforts. The 94 rooms and six suites offer you unbeatable views of the city and palace gardens.

 https://taj.tajhotels.com/en-in/jai-mahal-palace-jaipur/

  • Arya Niwas

Arya Niwas Hotel opened its doors for guests in 1983. Passionately cared for, our hotels offer green & open surroundings, elegant architecture, clean and well maintained rooms and hygienic food.

http://www.aryaniwas.com

  • Samode Haveli

An urban oasis in the historic walled city of Jaipur, Samode Haveli is a traditional Indian mansion set in a verdant garden with apartments arranged around a series of intimate courtyards. Built 175 years ago as a residence of the rulers of Samode, it is still occupied by their descendants, who have converted their home into a luxury hotel.

 http://www.samode.com/samodehaveli/

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6 Family Weekend Getaway Places Near Jaipur That Will Refresh Your Soul

Can you feel the aura of festivity getting over in the air? All this cheer and excitement that surrounds leaves you stressed? Chill, why not plan a family getaway this weekend? Far from the hubbub of the city lies beautiful tranquil that will surely lighten up your mood and soothe up your soul for the weekend!

  1. Tree of Life

Indulge yourself in a peaceful retreat far from the usual chaos and those cliché places where you usually hangout with your family. Explore Tree of Life Resorts & Spa, a 30-min drive away from the city that is a beautiful resort to spend some quality time with your friends & family.

Website linkhttp://www.treeofliferesorts.com/jaipur-home/

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Source: The Tree of Life Resorts & Spa

  1. Ramgarh Lodge

Lofty Aravalli Hills at the backdrop and an ideal mélange of luxury and comforts, Ramgarh Lodge is in its true sense a leisurely vacation spot especially for those who are looking for regal stay near the city. Block your dates and make your weekend hip and happening.

Websitehttps://gateway.tajhotels.com/en-in/ramgarh-lodge-jaipur/

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Source: Ramgarh Lodge

  1. Hathi Mauja

Amidst the rustic beauty of the Elephant village lies a traditional ambient place named as Hathi Mauja where you will be left enchanted by the lovely traditional ambience. We’re sure that this experience will give you memories to be cherished for lifetime.

Websitehttp://hathimauja.com/about-us/

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Source: Hathi Mauja

  1. JW Marriott

Have you ever dreamt of a luxurious, peaceful and a relaxing retreat with sumptuous food to gorge on? Yes, you heard that right! JW Marriott has it all. So, wait no more, pack your bags and just get going !

Websitehttps://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/jainh-jw-marriott-jaipur-resort-and-spa/

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  1. Chomu Palace

Soak yourself into the environs where the gracious lifestyles of the princes of Rajasthan will be revived right in front of your eyes. Take a dip in the pool or relax in the room, choice is yours, but it will be remembered forever.

Websitehttp://www.chomupalacehotel.com/about.html

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Source: Chomu Palace

  1. Vacation Inn Dewan Palace

If your dream is to have a cup of tea right in the middle of nowhere whilst reading a novel and your family by the side, then you have come at the right place. Dewan Palace is the place to be at to have a refreshing weekend with your family.

Websitehttps://dewanpalace.vacationinn.in/

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Source: Dewan Palace

Happy weekend ! 🙂

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Indulge In The Weekend Buffet At JW Marriott, Jaipur

Who doesn’t dream of a luxurious, peaceful, relaxing weekend with some serious eating goals? After trying Sunday brunches in cafe and restaurants, it’s time that we explore something more indulging.  A new entry to the city’s offbeat weekend destination, we got a chance to spend a day in the calm ambience away from the hustle bustle of the city life at JW Marriott, Jaipur.

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Right from the grand palatial entrance to the way of your resting place or even the restaurant, everything draws inspiration from the city it now hails to. Like the grand getaway to the vast arches, it also has a vast menu on its weekend buffet.

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We were lucky enough to be a part of their weekend buffet launch and got a chance to savour some of the finest artistic meals from their menu. Especially and focusing mainly on international cuisine – it had an array of dishes to satiate your weekend hunger and vibes. Appetizers are a must to begin with a 3-4 course meal. From shrimps to salmons for non-vegetarians to stuffed tomato and vegetable salads for vegetarians, the menu looked just too way colourful and so did it taste.

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To start from salads rich with some best quality of cheese especially imported from Italy to a large number of assorted bread it was indeed confirmed that you will not stay starved.

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Drawing a little inspiration from the western world food – it had all types of meat to settle the non-vegetarian cravings. But not to forget the little specially done vegetarian dishes with some extra cheese were definitely not to be missed.

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But being in the princely state of Rajasthan how can one miss out to its very own Dal Baati Churma and some Laal Maas. Well, they didn’t. A live station to satiate the dragon from China, they served some hot and spicy fried rice and noodles.

 

After eating a lot from this, we still had to make our way to the dessert collection. Presented with finesse, were some really mouthwatering and jaw-dropping desserts and we couldn’t simply keep ourselves from gorging into some. The Classic Millie Feuille done in several layers or the Eclairs, Mocha Pot for the coffee lovers and the Blood Orange Parfait were some outstanding ones.

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But don’t worry they also had something for all those sugar conscious people – the Raspberry and Coconut Pannacotta and some specially made sugar free ice creams.

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So if you haven’t yet planned what to do this weekend get going to this place and binge into the weekend buffet specially crafted for you all.

Happy eating!

 

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7 Resorts In Jaipur To Choose From For Your Next Weekend Getaway

With the buzz in the city increasing every day, we all baffle our minds thinking about a nice lazy and cozy holiday. To help you have an infernal joyful getaway, we bring you some of the unique and picturesque holiday destinations in Jaipur for a serene and majestic little experience.

Lebua Resort, Jaipur

Inspired by the traditions of Rajasthan, Lebua Resort, Jaipur is the perfect example of what happens when the traditional Rajasthani architecture coalesces with the contemporary luxurious lifestyle. Giving you an intricate glimpse of the past and a ravishing taste of modernity, Lebua provides a paramount experience. You can choose your stay from three different kinds of suites and a villa.

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To catch up with your moods and demands, dining is arranged at various places, Vakra for subtle flavor, Chakra Bar with movements of lights to create a sense of being enveloped by the cosmos in the night sky and a Private Dining for an intimate occasion with your significant one or your family. 

 If are looking for a place to take you away from the fast-paced urban life Lebua is definitely the place for you with activities like kite flying, bicycle rides, star gazing, croquet, horse rides, table tennis, bird watching and a palatial spa services, Lebua is the unrivalled choice for a grand holiday. 

Cambay Resort, Jamdoli.

Want to get away for a holiday but you have an important meeting to schedule? Cambay is the way!

The immense natural beauty surrounding this resort provides an alluring view making Cambay an impeccable destination for your weekend getaway. The resort further provides a business center, spa, swimming pool and fitness center and the nine hole golf course being one of the main jewels of the hotel.

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With splendid dining, let the epicure in you gorge on the flavors created by the chefs at the multi-cuisine restaurant Golden Cilantro. Get a taste of sub-continental, western, Mediterranean, Italian, continental and oriental delicacies on your palate with courteously cooked food for health-conscious and vegetarian guests. With an excellent poolside, tantalize your taste buds with the grilled sensations created in the kitchens while you admire the tranquil pool and the beauty of a starry sky. With live Tandoor and Live Mocktail bar the music at the poolside varies from subtle to foot tapping to serve the leisure of guests.

Riverarch Greenfield Resort

A place that complements the modern lifestyle and the elegance of living amidst the Aravali Hills with all the luxuries of peaceful and snug living. With 20 acres of lush green forests experience the nature with great intimacy. Herculean swimming pool with rain dance, sports and recreational activities including ATV rides, obstacle course and shooting range, Private Villas with pool, Studio rooms, multi cuisine Restaurant, banquet and large green lawns makes Riverarch an eminent place.

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With the scenic view at the rooftop, relish on North Indian, Continental, Chinese delicacies served at the multi-cuisine restaurant, Thikana apt for vegans and non-vegans.

Covered with greenery and water bodies, Riverarch is one of the best decisions you could make for an intimate experience with the beauty of nature.

Achrol Niwas

Away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan city on the tranquil outskirts of Jaipur is Achrol Niwas. a resort with numerous Indoor/outdoor games such as cricket; badminton; chess; carom; playing cards etc. recreational activities like local village trip to see local art and craft, camel and camel cart safari, Jaipur sightseeing, village walk, jeep safari, horse safari. With on-demand activities venture out on RTV trail bike; village safari by camel cart, village safari by a tractor, jeep safari, hot air balloon safari, dj & music, team building fun & group activities with a professional instructor.

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Savor the taste of Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines in the spacious dining hall. The bar offers quality liquor even late at nights with melodious music.

 

Achrol Niwas is the perfect place for if you are looking forward to append some quality time with your family.

Indana Palace Hotels

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Plush accommodation, state of art business facilities and pampering leisure amenities like swimming pool, health club and many more for a home like an experience away from home.

Varied dining with Angithi and Saffron and I-Bar for a nostalgic feel with a British setup.

Treehouse Resort

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A place to take you away from the chaos of city and put you in the arms of nature. Nestled in between the cluster of trees, it lets you stay in actual treehouse with a myriad of activities like archery, camel rides, bird watching, forest drive, golf and nature gym.

Machaan, the tree house restaurant with organically produced delicacies for a fresh and well dinning along with the Peacock Bar between the clusters of trees dating back to the Mughal Era.

The exemplary choice for those indulged into ecotourism. 

Rajasthali Resort And Spa

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Beautifully crafted resort with the scenic beauty in the cuddles of Aravalli hills. With royal catering, swimming pool and wellness spa Rajasthali is the place for a luxurious yet a simplified holiday.

 

 

 

Content credit: Shanza Sarwana

Edited by team Jaipur Beat.

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An Ideal Holication At Heiwa Heaven, Jaipur

Festivals, festivals and festivals that is what the city of Jaipur is all about. With the onset of one festival, another beautiful festival comes along where in you can celebrate it with more zeal and enthusiasm. The month of March comes with Holi, the festival of colors which spreads joy and happiness all over. And this festival of colours and togetherness is being celebrated and hosted by Heiwa Heaven Resort where there will be dance, music, colours and what not.

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Experience the most vibrant Holi filled with organic colours to splash on each other along with rain dance where you can groove in all you want under the showers of water. To make the party more fun, there will be dhol and bollywood tracks played just for you with tangy snacks and relaxing drinks being served.

Colour balloons, unlimited colours and water guns, live food counter where in delicious variety of chaat and snacks will be prepared right in front of your eyes, is awaiting your arrival where DJ Irfan will be playing non-stop for you.

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Drench yourself into festival of colours, soak your soul into the bollywood tracks and get ready for some action-packed adventure that will make you forget about the world.

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Spend your exotic Holi-days at Heiwa Heaven where in you can have all the fun you want with your friends and family.

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Book your tickets nowhttps://www.heiwaheaven.com/holi/

Date: 2nd-  March

Venue: Heiwa Heaven

Time: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

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Feed Your Musical & Arty Soul At Ranthambore Festival 2018

Ever wondered what life would be like in some other state than the one you’re currently living in? What if we told you that a grand festival is waiting in an old palace somewhere in the deserts of Rajasthan for you to truly witness what living in Rajasthan feels like? It’s not just a bunch of turbans or camels we’re talking about. It’s about everything that makes Rajasthan the colourful and celebrated desert it is.

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Ranthambhore Festival in the Nahargarh palace of Ranthambhore has for you a three day carnival to get into the spirit of Rajasthan and admire the beauty of the state while closely experiencing the quintessence it is made of.

Imagine yourself in a palace, listening to the rustic, full-throated and soulful voice of a Rajasthani folk singers, playing indigenous instruments – the dholak, dhol, ektara, khartal, morchang and sarangi, attending music concerts and watching documentaries, eating lavishly some regal supper, learning new art, talking to people from different countries,  sitting under the stars and venturing into the forest nearby. Can’t get any better, right?

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Indulge in the collaboration of art, music, dance, food, cinematography, adventure and intellectual activities and shopping at the Ranthambhore Festival on the 19th, 20th and 21st of January.

The festival has activities enough for you to remain in awe of the exquisiteness of the humble state.

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A festival for you to experience, learn and take back with you the art of the state with activities like drum circle, folk instrument classes and performances, meditation and yoga, hot air ballooning, open mic, culinary venture, musical performances from around the globe, documentary screening, music and nature conservation, bicycle tour of Ranthambore’s environs,  souk, mid-night star gazing session, traditional block printing workshop,  pottery workshop and the most esteemed  Royal Secret Supper.

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If this doesn’t make you pack your bags right away, we don’t know what will.

 

Date-19, 20 and 21 January

Venue– Nahargarh palace, Ranthambhore, Rajasthan.

Getting there- By Air

If you are travelling from Jaipur, the airport is 160 kms from Nahargarh Palace, Ranthambore. Jaipur is well connected to all metros with daily flights operated by Indigo, Go Air, Jet Airways, and Indian Airlines. Once you land, you can take a prepaid airport taxi or a private taxi to Ranthambore. This will cost you approximately Rs 2500.

By Train (Recommended)

Sawai Madhopur station is only three kilometers (ten minutes drive) from Ranthambore and is well connected to almost every city in India by superfast trains, being the most important railway junction in Rajasthan.

By Road

Ranthambore is well connected with all major highways and if you’re planning a road trip, here’s what you need to know. Jaipur to Ranthambore 180 Km (Approx. 3h via Rajasthan State Hwy 24) Delhi to Ranthambore- 381 Km(Approx. 6 Hours via NH8 and NH 11A) Mumbai to Ranthambore – 1031 Km (Approx. 16 h 51 min via NH 3) Udaipur to Ranthambore- 388 Km (Approx. 6h 10 min via NH 76 and RJ SH 29) Agra to Ranthambore- 239 Km (Approx. 4h 23 min via via RJ SH 1) Ahmedabad to Ranthambore – 640 Km (Approx. 9h 47 min via NH8 and NH 76)

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Tour de’ Mandawa- A Breathtaking Destination Near Jaipur

Want to get a taste of new place, different culture and meet beautiful people but you don’t want to travel a long distance for this? Well Jaipur Beat have solved this problem with this bit of work, where you can just pick up your camera and get set go to explore one incredibly and impressive destination situated 190 km off Jaipur in the north; take a tour to admire the beautiful murals in the magnificent havelis (large stately homes) lining the streets of this town- Mandawa

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Beautifully adorned walls with traditional Mandana paintings

The drive through dusty streets and painted house walls leads to this splendid semi arid desert town of Mandawa, in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, which is the gateway to the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Once a trading outpost for ancient caravan routes in Shekhawati , the township of Mandawa, over the time has grown into an ‘Open Art Gallery’ for art lovers. The mesmerising frescoes, exquisite carvings and mirror work add to its beauty. Today, the world comes to this storybook town to see its colourful frescoes on every subject under the sun that is, ranging from the religious to the erotic; from copies of popular English prints to witty social satire, rendered in the inimitable style of the local artist.

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Heritage Hotel- Castle Mandawa

And perhaps the best place to discover the legacy of Shekhawati is from the comfort of Castle Mandawa, a fortress, built in 1755 AD now converted into a luxurious heritage hotel known for its architectural brilliance and famous for its royal hospitality. Like many historic homes, Castle Mandawa is a curious mixture of the old and the new. Medieval turreted towers, palanquin-roofed balconies, blend with modern comforts in old-world rooms. Family portraits, antique cannons and arms add to the charm of this family-run resort where tradition still runs strong.IMG_5890 (1)The walls of suites and rooms in the Castle are adorned with mesmerizing frescoes and paintings. The carvings and mirror work deserve special mention. One of the rooms named Durbar Hall is the most fascinating with its wonderful paintings, carvings and antiques. The Castle Mandawa offers breathtaking views of the town. Here one also gets a chance to see the royal costumes of the kings and their war weapons.IMG_5804IMG_5852 (1)Mandawa Sight Seeing-

Mandawa Town is also famous for its fresco trails and painted havelis. From royal architecture to lavishly painted suites, beautiful paintings touching various themes and exquisite carvings, all can be seen in these havelis. Some of the must visit havelis are jhunjhunwala Haveli, Bhagchandika Haveli, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli and Lakshmi Narayan Ladia Haveli and the Newtia Haveli. The other major tourist places are Harlalka Well, Thakurji Temple, Raj Well, Tanu Manu Saraf Haveli, Harlalka Chattri, Murmuria Haveli, Chowkhani Double Haveli, Akhramka Haveli, Sonthalia Gate, Goenka Double Haveli, Goenka Chattri and the Saraf Haveli.

Apart from Havelis, the desert town of Mandawa caught our attention for many wonderful reasons like one can enjoy Camel ride,  Horse ride and ATV ride upto the sand dunes as there’s no better way to explore the rugged terrain other than this.

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Horse Riding at Mandawa

Mandawa has preserved its Rajasthani charm and grandeur and is the ideal destination to visit on a one day trip from Jaipur.

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Castle Mandawa

One must visit this place at least once and come back completely mesmerized by its architectural beauty and pleasant aura.Come; share a glimpse of the past with your feet firmly in the present.

Happy Weekend