Nagaur Fort

Address: Nagaur, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India | Hotel
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        Jodphur fort

        A travel blog entry by rooksfamily on Apr 13, 2015

        27 photos

        ... Maharajas (king) until 1949.  It was unoccupied until 1972 when it was opened for the public.  The fort was huge with all the grandeur and opulence of a royal palace and the audio tour gave a thorough and real feel of its history.  The rest of the day was left for the pool.  Day three at Jodphur was an authentic trip to the local rural areas around town.  There is a danger in the state of Rajasthan to see too many forts, temples ...


        A travel blog entry by joatkinson on Feb 14, 2015

        4 comments, 18 photos

        ... to look so clean amongst the dust that prevails. We arrived around lunchtime into Jodhpur known as the blue city, and we saw in the distance this incredible palace which was to be our hotel for the next 4 nights. The Umaid Bhawan Palace, a beautiful Art Deco building set in 15 acres, is where the royal family still occupy a wing of the building, which is the wing we were allocated to and my room was right next door. I saw the princesses emerge yesterday and ...

        And then there were 4

        A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen on Dec 22, 2014

        1 comment, 25 photos

        ... and as you stepped closer to it you could see more detail, closer yet, even more detail, they were truly beautiful and I lost Gail for a time as I got lost in the art.

        There were certain activities you could do and I did all of them, the stupid photo looking like a maharajah, the great "Intro to Musical Meditation" the instrument he played and his soothing, his words were so peaceful. I got my palms read, pretty spot on but I'm also a sceptic especially when ...

        The Living Desert: Creatures & Kids

        A travel blog entry by puchala on Dec 16, 2014

        22 photos

        ... and disciplined than my human child. Why am I still giving Colson piggy back rides? He should be carrying ME!! We mounted the VERY tall camels and rode into the desert to get a lesson from Gemar on how his family and community uses every single plant in the desert. They are strict vegetarians in this area of Rajasthan so the goats, camels, cows, and sheep are only used for their fur/wool and their milk. There are no chickens - I thought that was no eggs. They ...

        A road trip to Jodhpur

        A travel blog entry by karen.raymond on Nov 25, 2014

        18 photos

        ... stop we continued the journey without further event arriving in Jodhpur about 5. The Haveli Pal guest house is part of a huge old dwelling very near the main market and the clock tower in the centre of town so right in the hustle and bustle. Our rooms were delightful and after a quick shower and a welcome cup of tea/lassi (they did very nice proper fresh lemon ginger and honey tea which settled my stomach and helped Iz who was feeling muzzy after several hours int he back seat (brave ...