Hotel Jeet Mahal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... meandering pathway, watch puppet makers create their miniature personas and women selling jewelry. In the distance a small child walks along a tightrope. The Fort area is filled with residences, shops, guesthouses, massage/beauty parlous and temples. Their are 7 Jain temples (dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries) within the fort and it is these temples that we aim to focus on, as their intricate carvings rival many of the worlds other ...
... by the local workers, our guide shown us the dying process and how they get the different colours and the man who hand carves the wooden printing blocks that are used to for the designs on the garments. He then showed us some of the finished articles which were very impressive, we could have had anything custom made for us from shirts and suits to dresses in countless different materials, colours and styles. As this was our last day in Jaipur we didn't have enough time for that ...
... a cover up for sure. As with most of the cities we are visiting through out Rajastan it was built around a Fort. This one built out of sandstone like every domain in town. It was like a large sandcastle which was showing the wear and tear from water damage over the years. This fort had been inhabited overtime and now contained narrow streets with small shops selling their wares. There was an audio tour of the main fort that we took and ...
... pain, just feeling tired, or maybe us being a bit "forted" out, but the palace didn't seem to grab our attention like the others. We had the audio guide as well but skipped half the tour. One big difference was seeing how much more "wear and tear" 200 - 300 years make regarding the preservation of artefacts. The most interesting thing, as well as very sad, was learning about how the women would perform mass suicide by immolation in times of military defeat ...
... in my backpack. There were ritz crackers and granular bars and I just left the bag on the floor. :/ So after everyone helped me shake everything out and throw away all the food, we left for the city. (Luckily, the snacks in my big suitcase were untouched.) We went straight for the fort in Jaisalmer, but this one is different than the others: the fort is a part of the city itself! Normally, ...