Hotel Utsav Niwas
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Utsav Niwas Jaipur
Great hotel, great food, friendly staff, right next to a park where you can join in a game of cricket with the locals!
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After last nights efforts, we managed to wake up at 4:30am to do a sunrise trek to Tordi Fort. We walked for around forty five minutes up a stone path to the ruins of the fortress to watch the sun rise over the village, sipping on black tea served with biscuits.
Next we took a walking tour of Tordi village with Abhi. He explained the …
... cooler than at the surface, and Chand Baori was used as a community gathering place for locals during periods of intense heat. During our stay and especially whilst at Chand Baori, we are being approached by Indian families who have never seen a white person before. they are asking for pictures which is nice because it means I get to have my picture taken with them too. 2 and a half hours later we arrived at the pink city and had the day to ourselves. ...
... the groom’s side all posed for photos with the bride before applying her makeup (makeup is only meant to be worn by married women) and putting a scarf over her head (a ceremonial touch, married women are meant to always have their heads covered, although this isn’t really followed anymore).
After that we headed to the temple for the marriage ceremony. Here the bride and groom sat in the middle of the floor with all the men sitting on ...
... part of it. We ended up meeting a new friend named Priyanka who came down for the wedding from Delhi. We chatted with her and another girl from Canada for quite some time and after the ol'information swap- we're looking forward to meeting back up with Priyanka in Delhi.
After the wedding we made a quick pit stop at home for a wardrobe change before heading off to Vijay's for another excellent night around the bonfire (can we stay here ...
... capital of the world, with over 200,000 stone cutters. We went for a tour by bus of the city and more specifically, the City Palace and the Observatory. Jaipur's #1 industry is jewelry, followed by tourism, textiles, and banking. Our guide Shailendra gave us a lot of tidbits about the Jaipur area. The second largest marble quarry in the world is a mere 125 miles away for example. We entered the ...