Ashok Jaipur

Address: Jaisingh Circle, Bani Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302016, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Jaisingh Circle, Bani Park, Jaipur, is near City Palace of Udaipur, Jai Mahal (Lake Palace), Shilpgram, and Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaipur

    Get the colourful and magical touch of Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by sophiamiller on Nov 19, 2014

    1 photo

    Are you confused to make your winter schedule and looking for an unusual trip? India is the perfect place that will energise your soul with its sensual attributes, mysticism, picturesque scenic beauty and warm hospitality. There is no need to give special introduction of India as a traveling destination. Since this place had been invented by the …

    Indian Shopping

    A travel blog entry by sorialsights on Sep 07, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... About 630am
    the first sunbeams hit the Taj.
    It certainly is a beautiful building
    but disappointingly one of the towers was wrapped in scaffolding
    which meant that none of the photos are really good.
    However we spent about 2 hours admiring
    the beautiful symmetry of the architecture, the beautiful marble
    which has not really deteriorated much at all after nearly 400 years
    due to the marble being none porous, and ...

    Jaipur, peach colored city

    A travel blog entry by augustwanderer on Apr 19, 2015

    6 photos

    ... towards the end. Hawa Mahal is the famous building famous for its facade of many windows where the Rajpur women are allowed to go and observe street parade without being seen. It was a long and hidden entry and a steep climb up before any of the view were visible. I was already tired out but plowed on gallantly. The view was amazing though, one can see amber fort from afar and Jaipur's many mosques, temples and buildings were clearly visible. Time however, is of essence. ...


    A travel blog entry by figiel on Dec 25, 2014


    ... Mahal. I think I made sure that before I left on this trip, I specially played down in my head the grandeur of some of these creations. As a result, finally walking into the likes of the Taj Mahal, I was indeed impressed with the visual appeal, the architectural splendour, the colour combinations and the general meaning behind what this "building" stands for. Some poor sod was so in love with the Mrs that upon her untimely death, he built a temple in her memory. ...

    CAUTION: Camel Crossing

    A travel blog entry by meclayt on Dec 28, 2013

    6 photos

    ... will make it a social event and meet on someone's roof. He said he and his buddies had a schedule where they would spend 3 days flying kites and 2 days finding kites that had been cut down to replenish their stash. The string is sharp and feels like sandpaper. It can cut your fingers if not careful. The goal is to wind your kite string around another and cut their string. We watched just one portion of the sky for an hour where there were a ...