Navaranga Hotel

Address: Civil Lines, Kota, Rajasthan, 324001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Civil Lines, Kota, is near Jhunjhunu.
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Travel Blogs from Kota

Sustain your heritage and feel glorious.

A travel blog entry by thorben79 on Sep 06, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... of poo. With all those animals constantly about, they do leave their remnants. Everywhere. That's not to say that the people don't clean their houses or personal belongings. All of that is scrupulously clean, just public spaces are not. And they don't seem to see the point of bins either, except on top of the hill in Pushkar, and this morning in the fort, where there were two incongruous, unused examples I had to take pictures of... In fact, when I motioned ...

Bundi: Somewhere near the face of the sun

A travel blog entry by gr8escape on May 25, 2012

1 comment, 62 photos

... of rude – although he does speak English which is a plus. We opt for the little guy who, on the downside doesn’t really speak any English and he does have a pretty bad stutter, but on the upside he has a giant monkey stick.

We go up more stairs and see the queen’s palace with peepholes to look down below. We see another bedroom or two and the whole way we are beating off monkeys who keep peeking ...

‘One photo please!’

A travel blog entry by cat_and_ash on Dec 04, 2011

1 comment, 27 photos

Bundi must be the friendliest town in India. Instead of the usual requests for photos of us, most of the town wanted photos of themselves – from lively kids to sombre old men, everyone wanted to strike a pose! Duncan became the town photographer as every few metres we'd be greeted by ...

Pushka and Bundi

A travel blog entry by tbtravels11 on Nov 10, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

... take up the sneaky restaurant owners offers.

As we wondered the streets we came to really enjoy the place, despite its tacky festival that was taking place. I found it strange that as it was a camel fair, there were a lot less camels around than expected. There were some, but there was still plenty more cows roaming the streets than camels. The festival hosted some very odd competitions, including mustache and turban tying competitions, ...

A step too far off the beaten track?

A travel blog entry by wickens on Sep 28, 2011

19 photos

... what we would do while we stayed there. Random people kept wandering around, but no-one said who they were or introduced us. All very strange. Maybe more of the real India than we and especially the kids could cope with so early on?!

The rooms were actually quite nice, spacious and full of old antiques dating back to when the fort was constructed in the 1700s, and the last time it had seen a paint brush. ...