Kumbhal Castle Hotel

Address: Fort Road, Kumbhalgarh, Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan, 313324, India | Inn
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This inn is located on Fort Road, Kumbhalgarh, Kumbhalgarh.
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      Om Namah Shivaya

      A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Nov 03, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... in the temple and in their midst, he must have made some great shots. He very helpfully informed us that the men of the village do this every Monday morning - just gather around and have a huddle and sip of opium tea! He thought we should know what's in the coffee lest we were offered it!

      Later, we went on a walk - we wanted to see what village life is like and Bagdaram once ...

      A Celestial Evening - and the best gulab jamuns

      A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 02, 2014

      5 photos

      ... ve had so far…very close to Amma’s! Village staff or not, the service was excellent and attentive.

      Eventually the bonfire turned to embers, and the oil lamps started to go out, and it was time to leave - in a jeep this time. What a magical evening this has been. We all agreed that we are indeed fortunate to be able to do this trip - which has been full of surprises - and to do it with such good company. Tomorrow we have an early start to catch the sunrise from the Shiva ...

      Kumbhalgargh & Ranakpur, India

      A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on Jun 04, 2014

      2 photos

      ... good for our Rs50. Ranakpur is one of very few Jaian temples. The Jaian faith has around 2 million followers in India, and is more extreme than your average Hindu. No food or clothing that is derived from anything living can be consumed, and all animals have an equal right to life. Reincarnation is a significant part of their beliefs with spirits coming from lower animals to humans and ultimately to ascend to 'god-like' status. So off came the belts, ...

      A long drive to the middle of nowhere.

      A travel blog entry by bevbag on Dec 24, 2013

      5 photos

      ... local royal family, there is also a castle about six klm away which is also partly converted into a hotel. The rest of the castle is used as the residence for the royal family. Pretty cool place to spend Xmas. Dinner is amazing, more food than you could possibly eat. After dinner they light the bonfire and soon after a couple of other guests arrive so we sit and chat and have a couple of glasses of red. A nice ...

      Extraordinary effort to secure the empire

      A travel blog entry by enewhorizons on Mar 28, 2013

      19 photos

      ... wall.

      We learnt that there was supposed to be light and sound show in the evening. Since we wanted to reach resort in the day light due to lonely and steep roads towards Ranakpur, we decided to miss it. But I guess, it must have been interesting.

      When you visit Kumbhalgarh, keep some food with you. The food available in the campus is not upto the mark and your walking efforts will definitely make you hungry. You can ...