Evergreen Guest House

Gauri shankar colony, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, 321001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bharatpur

The Blue City

A travel blog entry by ianandfinola


We arrived in Jodphur after a long and stressful bus journey. The conductor refused to open the luggage compartment of the bus so we had to sit with our bags practically on top of us. On the journey we met a Mexican guy called Gonzalo who you'll see in our photos along the route. We ended up traveling with him for a little over a week during which …

Pit stop strictly for the birds

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish


... wetland it was worth the money. The pit stop also was rewarded by a pool and wifi strong enough that we could creep people back home on facebook while evening out our series of amazing tan lines. Ahhh if only one could be brought a slushy drink with an umbrella and bird topped stir stick. :) Well our lap of luxury had to come to an end the next morning when the sounds of the birds was a distant memory and the ...

Bharatpur and the simple life

A travel blog entry by halloween1


... the happy couple. No alcohol allowed, no meat permitted, and the husband was yet to see the brides face! Much to celebrate.......apparently. And then in the middle of nowhere was a beautiful building which housed the local well ( no longer in use). It was actually a stepwell which was obvious once you saw the intricate design of steps leading down to the well. Lucky there was no alcohol permitted or there could have been some tragic trip and ...

Taj Mahal and journeying to Rajasthan

A travel blog entry by drewmarie


The group met at breakfast at 6am to prep for the early visit to the Taj Mahal. Although I had romanticized a sunrise view of the mausoleum, the months of December and January are known for fog in northern India. When we arrived, it was chilly and foggy but we could make out the outline of the Taj, luckily. Also along the walk to the entrance we came across our first camel and monkeys, up close and personal, which were added bonuses. The Taj Mahal ...

Abandoned capital

A travel blog entry by twovines


... undergone some serious renovation since my last visit. Again it's good to see and justifies the entrance fee.

We enter the city through the Diwan-i-Am gate and find ourselves in the Paschisi Courtyard. Here Akbar is said to have played pashisi (an ancient kind of ludo) using slave girls in colourful dress as the pieces. Here also is the Hall of Audiences with it's magnificent central stone column. Akbar modified the stone to highlight a new religion which ...


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