Madhu Pushp Bhawan

Address: 132 Paschim Vihar, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 132 Paschim Vihar, Jaipur, is near City Palace of Udaipur, Garden of the Maidens (Sahelion Ki Bari), Shilpgram, and Rajput Palace.
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        Travel Blogs from Jaipur

        Turbans, Tailors and Sun-downers

        A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Jun 08, 2015

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        ... nights at Tiger Fort, I hired a rickshaw for the day and went to Amber Fort. Spread over a vast area, it slowly came in to view, sitting above a large, beautiful lake as we drove through the scenic roads passing bright pink blossoms and decorated elephants. It completely caught me by surprise, yet again Jaipur had thrown up another highlight of my trip! After exploring the site for a while, I found my driver again who asked me if I was planning on getting anything tailored during ...

        Palaces and markets of Jaipur

        A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Jan 10, 2015

        ... some ingenious solutions to heating, lighting, protecting and beautifying the palace - convex mirrors to attract more light, hanging carpets to keep the heat locked in winter, water flowing behind the walls to cool the rooms in summer, waterfall features in the rooms, religious symbols in the decoration... This is literally what springs to my mind now, but you do have to see that yourself. On this trip I couldn't stop being amazed and wowed by the palaces... Hope the pictures can ...

        The Pink(ish) City

        A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Nov 02, 2014

        61 photos

        ... pointed out once, I think a lot of what looks like ***** is the remains of offerings. Food, flowers, trays that used to hold floating candles, rice. Whatever people think the deities will appreciate gets strewn around holy areas and ends up accumulating in the gutter and any body of water nearby. Who knew religion could be a tetanus risk?



        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 13, 2014

        ... driver found a shop dealing more with cell/mobile phones. He had an Indian charger that looked a little flimsy. Got that [850] and headed into history.

        A tuktuk trip of any duration is not fast so you may as well enjoy the scenery. In India, that often means the traffic. Passed the Agra Fort on the L bank of the Yamuna River; the baby Taj, on its R bank. Did have good views of the Taj Mahal to/from.

        Sikandra was renamed Bihisttabad, the heavenly abode. ...

        Pushkar to Jaipur

        A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 24, 2014

        7 photos

        ... his overly camp and smart **** nature made me warm to the guy. He had learnt English from the streets and had a bizarre English accent. He dropped as at local markets, waited for us and then dropped us for dinner. All this and he only wanted 60 rupees. He's a smart guy and knows that westerners tip and we gladly did. Dinner was expensive but easily the best meat curry I've ever had. We headed home to try and rest up as we were both getting a bit flu ...