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... seems to grow out of the rock it stands on; Kipling's analogy, 'the work of goblins rather than of men', is very apt. We spent a rather sweaty morning exploring the palace: with its crumbling staircases and creeper-covered archways. The rooms that are open boast a series of fabulous, fading turquoise and gold murals. It could definitely do with some restoration work. But at the same ...
... the doors are magnificent, and the wall paintings a first class work of art. The ceilings are now occupied by bats and after one hour we still smell the faeces hanging around us. The doorfittings are from ivory and the
main gate is huge. Specially the elephant gate is so impressive.
The highlights are the paintings on the wall of the garden chamber, the Chhitra Sala. Fantastic and one painting has got the stature of ...
... coming in the opposite direction, trucks stopped in the middle of the road to unload passengers or whatever! Can you imagine it at all? Anyway, we entered the fort, which is the largest in India and went to many different areas of it - a palace, Jain temple, 2 towers and various temples scattered throughout the 9 km. Some parts of the fort were built in the 12th century and the newest was built in the ...
... was more interested in staying with his new bride than to marching onto the battle field. But Hadee Rani knew that the defence of the city was more important than finishing the ceremony. Unhappily and not whole heartedly the groom prepares himself for battle.
He sends a servant to his bride asking her for a token to take onto the battle field. Hadee Rani thought to herself, if she sends a piece of jewellery it will leave her husband even more in a hurry ...
... was totally empty, so we were obviously a bit of excitement for these kids.
We really enjoyed the evenings here. There was a lovely lake next to the palace where we sat each evening and had drinks. The palace beautifully reflected in the lake so it was really gorgeous. In the evenings, the monkeys would come down from the fort and run amuck around town. They would jump over all the buildings and along by the lake. They are a real menace to the locals – all ...