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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      Travel Blogs from Kumbhalgarh

      Monday Mornings

      A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... they were just sitting around, having a smoke and (opium) tea - apparently this happens every Monday morning - how very civilised. We found out about the opium tea from an English gentleman who was toting not one but TWO LEICAS (so no lens changes necessary) and had been photographing the men in the temple. He thought we should know, in case we were offered the tea, that there was (a very small amount) of opium in it. [Note: we weren’t offered any tea.] ...

      A Hidden Gem and an Unforgettable Evening

      A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Nov 02, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... the village under a moonlit and star-filled sky. A man with a lantern walked alongside to light up the way. Then as we got to the stepwell, there was another collective gasp! Hundreds of lanterns and oil lamps were lit making the ambience surreal. We were treated like royalty ... as we sat beside the beautiful stepwell, a man came along and gave us a head, shoulders, and hand massage. Heights of decadence! And this whole experience cost us about ...

      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, ...

      Apparently haunted? Kumbhalgarh

      A travel blog entry by travellingtrio on May 09, 2013

      2 photos

      ... climb to the top rewarded us with expansive views of the land the fort once ruled, and a spooky noise of some of the strongest wind we've experienced at great heights. How the Mughals built a fort is beyond me. It must have had an extra special death by being blown away rate. We snapped a few pictures, had a few pictures of us snapped as we shook locals hands (did I mention we're celebrities wherever we go?) and were off to our next destination: ...

      Extraordinary effort to secure the empire

      A travel blog entry by enewhorizons on Mar 28, 2013

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      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 ...