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

      ... They must have fabulous eyesight for that continous micrscopic attention to detail. There was also a textile exhibit with loads of authentic Mughal costumes from the various eras. Plenty of nice courtyards and places to wander. A good morning's work! So then I headed back to the hotel - Anuraag Villa - which I was sorry to leave 'cos it was so nice, and I had a spot of lunch for the long bus ride to Bundi (5 hours at least) ...

      Bundi: Somewhere near the face of the sun

      A travel blog entry by gr8escape on May 25, 2012

      1 comment, 62 photos

      ... are part of the sensory feast.

      But we started to get a little disoriented so we hired a tuk-tuk to the other side of town and walked along the Nawal Sagar lake. It’s mostly dry now, but still provides a nice foreground to the city, palace and fort. We also spent time watching a bunch of kids play cricket and ate some sort of Indian crisps I bought from a cart by the cricket pitch. Sara said I was an idiot for eating ...

      ‘One photo please!’

      A travel blog entry by cat_and_ash on Dec 04, 2011

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... Hazrat Imam Hussain, grandson of Prophet Muhammad. This involved a procession through the streets of floats representing the martyr’s tomb, accompanied by drumming and sword fighting. The celebrations began in the afternoon and by the evening the streets were jam packed with people.

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      Pushka and Bundi

      A travel blog entry by tbtravels11 on Nov 10, 2011

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... balls and moved onto 4. Then, three plates, and then 4 plates. Next, 3 rings (which required a second attempt after dropping one, and then 4 rings. Finally 3 clubs, although this time she held us in suspense and didn't go for 4, apparently just a bit tough, or slightly out of the circus' budget. After a dull wave to the crowd and exit through the back curtain, I decided I would see how the rest of the crowd were reacting to the show. Some of ...