Nana Ki Haveli
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... built using a mix of Hindu and Islamic art work and styles which it blends really well. The palace is laid out on 4 levels each of which had its own courtyard. I really liked the area for the wives of the Maharaja with each wife having her own living quarters. The courtyard was lovely as you got a real sense of the women gathering there to relax, talk and swap gossip. I really liked exploring the different parts of the palace and looking at the views of the ...
... while there was controversy, he took over the throne when his grandfather died in 2012. Hammit, our guide walked us through the museum of clothing artifacts, thrones and other memorabilia from all of the Maharajahs. Not as fancy as the Forts, but not a bad place to live!
While we are at the Observatory, the skies got dark and by the time we were heading into the Palace, it was pouring rain. It was still sprinkling when we exited ...
Finally everything is going our way ! The weather is starting to be what's expected of India, aka, sunny and 25 degrees ! But what's the must do here in Jaipur ?? Well there are 4 main things to visit ! First the Hawa Mahal or Palace of the winds, it's rally a building you could say was taken out of,a fairy tale, much bigger than I had originally seen in documentaries ! We unfortunately didn't have time to visit the inside but the outside is the most ...
... who like to be driven around
Rajasthan in pomp and splendour. Having spent the best part of two weeks on the
roads we can only guess at how they avoid the maniacs who practise the infamous
“freestyle” method of driving.
Our new pal would not let us leave without showing us, in
great detail, the complete stock of his automobile heaven. There was a Buick, a
Chevrolet and even a wonderful 1930`s convertible Rolls Royce. Not content with
... carpets and our guide took us to his favorite place. I know they get a commission on every carpet sold. We got the obligatory demonstration on how carpets are woven. We went upstairs and the fun began. He showed us one beautiful carpet after another. After about an hour, Kim and I converged on a rug. He said it was a firm $1150 USD. I felt a bit rusty and opened with $400. He quickly said there was no bidding, the price was fixed! ...