Club Mahindra Fort Kumbhalgarh
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... to count the pillars & is the largest & most important temple of the Jains. The road between Ranakpur & Kumbhalgarh was winding & climbing. The fort is situated on the top of a hill with magnificent views of the countryside. It was built during the 15th century & the perimeter walls are 36kms, second behind the Great Wall of China. The front walls are 15 feet thick & there are over 360 temples within the fort boundary, 300 of them ...
... turn led to a large marble vestibule with comfortable settees and desks; in the middle was a large circular glass table with elegant dining chairs placed around it. From this vestibule three large iron studded wooden doors gave access to rooms behind, including ours. Entering our own hallway, we passed through another set of double doors. The wide corridor was furnished with period furniture and spacious hanging wardrobes on the right while on the left was ...
... when he died (at age 75) - so she got the stone elephant built in his memory, and it was placed at the top of Shiva Rock, where she could see it every day from her quarters.
We made arrangements for the Stepwell dinner then sat down for a chat with the Rana over our welcome drink - the lodge he said was used by the Maharajah in the 17th & 18th century mainly. Later, the royal family started to go to Africa for their hunting trips - more game, more fun, more exotic. The ...
... good for our Rs50. Ranakpur is one of very few Jaian temples. The Jaian faith has around 2 million followers in India, and is more extreme than your average Hindu. No food or clothing that is derived from anything living can be consumed, and all animals have an equal right to life. Reincarnation is a significant part of their beliefs with spirits coming from lower animals to humans and ultimately to ascend to 'god-like' status. So off came the belts, ...
... and were treated to an extensive display of handcrafted duvet covers (which could be used as table covers) and scarves. Each item was unfolded for us to view and then laid out on the carpet. We must have viewed over twenty duvet covers and a hundred scarves. Then we were told what a bargain each item was at less than 10% of the price they would be back home! In the end, we almost felt compelled to buy something just so they would not bring yet another bale of ...