Beniwal Palace Hotel
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... built, thus incurring the curse of the hermit. To deflect the effect of the curse and ensure the site is propitious, the Maharaja had a man buried alive in the foundations of the fort. The man was Rajiya Bambi (Meghwal) and he was promised that in return his family would forever more be looked after by the Rathore kings. It was a promise that has been honored and Rajiya's descendants continue ...
... life in any of these amazing places. The cacophony consists in large part of drivers relentlessly sounding their horns. They just do. Everyone honks, all the time - so that's the preponderance of the background noise we live with, and then add to that dogs barking, people shouting, music playing, fireworks exploding. I am lucky in that the noise blends easily into my background and yet I can still hear the muezzin call to prayer.
... was given a band parade upon arrival! The palace was very impressive and we also saw a small museum about the Maharaja, plus his collection of classic cars.
... close by who would give free lessons. We asked at our hotel were the school was exactly, so they rang the school and we got told the owner would come and collect us, on a motorbike!!It was only a couple of minutes by bike. And we got shown round the shop, he drew an elephant (olifant) and a peacock on a lentil for us (the same art is shown in 'het stedelijk museum' in Leiden). Clíona bought a painting and we were asked to come back to the ...
... Fort was stunningly restored and was last inhabited in about 1937. Trent got a birds' eye view when he did the zip line course over parts of the fort and the grounds. As this involved heights of about 70m off the ground suspended on a flying fox I gracefully declined the experience. Trent had a blast...of course.
Artistically twisted turbans and fantastic moustaches abounded in the palace, as in Jodhpur itself. Yet another ...