Naila Bagh Palace - Authentic Heritage home hotel
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... to head to Amber Fort, a jewel in the Rajasthan collection of forts. Built by
Hawa Singh, it was the third in a series of forts built. The first of those forts, Jaigarh, houses the world's largest cannon.
The setting of the Amber Fort stands out, espcially with water at its base. After a break for pix, we boarded jeeps for the trip up to the fort, taking a different route than the elephants. We entered through the Sun Gate whereas ...
... described in our trusty lonely planet. Less than a minute into walking we were nosing into a leather shoe shop. Our new tactic for haggling is to name a ridiculously low price, usually under half their original quote and when they protest, look uninterested and walk away. A couple of times 600 rupee shoes quickly became 200. We proceeded on with the walk which took us through narrow shop galleries, windows full of colourful elephant ornaments, umbrellas, bangles piled to the ...
... had a gift shop which we hadn't encountered at any other monuments as well as a state sponsored shop. Let the shopping begin.
The other pictures in this post are from our visit to Jantar Mantar, which means something like "calculation instruments." This site was created by Sawai Jai Singh who created four other ones throughout India. He was a very learned man and I am not going to do justice to this site since my attention ...
... who had been asking to have visitors come. I was their first ever foreign guest, and many of the kids hadn’t seen a white person before. We arrived well after dark, and being the middle of winter it was freezing cold. We sat by the fire outside and had some delicious warm buffalo milk. Everyone was quite shy, the women took a while to come over, keeping their faces covered with their sari, but eventually warmed up and before long they were even ...
... the Amber Fort, with the ground up gemstones, a museum with old clothes from previous maharajahs, and an artists' space where they can sell their wares (yes, more pretty things!). There is also a huge courtyard which can be be hired out for weddings: a big wedding was being organised when we visited and we saw armies of caterers and musicians working around a decorated tent filled with shiny chairs, cushions, and soft ...