Palkiya Haveli

Address: Mokha-para, Kota, Rajasthan, 324001, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Mokha-para, Kota, is near Jhunjhunu.
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      Travel Blogs from Kota

      The Royal Palace

      A travel blog entry by joelsk on Jan 31, 2013

      3 comments

      ... and poor. We have seen much opulence in the various palaces we have visited and then squalor right next door. It's hard to get used to seeing cows, wild boar and goats all over the streets and herds of cows taking up a complete lane of the highway. We are enjoying trying new foods (at least I am. Ellie is being dull eating dal all the time.). A trip here is something we would recommend. It is making is appreciative of all we have in ...

      Bundled Off To Bundi

      A travel blog entry by wadirunner on Dec 12, 2012

      5 photos

      ... by Percy Bysse Shelly - "Look on my works ye mights and despair" - but in truth it only faintly speaks of its former grandeur. There is a very nice palace garden in between the two (Chittarsla) and many monkeys to be wary of , though they won't really bother you if you've not got any food. So when I got back into town I had a lunch at a restaurant with a garden overlooking the lake (which upon closer inspection may prompt you to move ...

      Celebrating the Birthday of Jesus

      A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Dec 26, 2011

      27 photos

      ... was decorated. We showed the family how to cut out paper stars and flowers. Eddy was so in love with them that he went back to the market and bought colored paper. He asked us to produce more flowers and cut out stars for the family`s next Dewali festival (the biggest Hindu festival in Oct./Nov.). Angela remembered how to make a rose out of paper, something that she learned from her friend Nikki in university. Amazingly after all of the years she could still produce ...

      Last overnight bus EVER EVER EVER: Bundi

      A travel blog entry by hilary_todd on Oct 07, 2011

      2 comments, 90 photos

      ... 8217; party – the wife who actually had the baby was never mentioned. They explained to us all the rituals that needed to happen to bless the baby and give it good luck. It seemed like a very complicated process, and the ceremony went on for two days. There was lots of singing and drums. Even a hermaphrodite had to come and sing, as apparently that gives good luck. Hinduism is a very complicated religion as they have so many different sects and so many different customs. ...

      Exploring the delights of Bundi

      A travel blog entry by qureshio1 on Feb 18, 2011

      11 photos

      ... only guard around. I guess he didn't want the boy pestering me. He left without any problems and after a long handshake we said our goodbyes. I waited for him to speed off around the corner then I too set off on the long walk back to town.

      Now my energy was sapping from me fast, but I started this long ambitious walk, so I'll finish I thought. Again I was marveled at the street scenes I was witnessing. A few school kids come up to me and ...