Hotel Rajputana Palace

Address: Panch Batti Circle, Airport Road, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342001, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Panch Batti Circle, Airport Road, Jodhpur, is near Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Mandore Gardens, and Balsamand Lake and Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

    A Tale of a Princess in India

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 31, 2015

    ... What I first mistook as guilt or a "princess complex" is really more complex than that; it is an awareness of my extreme privilege in the world and of the ways in which - unacknowledged and unchecked - it can cause me to act in a manner that is counter to who I want to be. It reminds me yet again of my favourite travel quote by Mark Jenkins. Of adventure, he says this: "...Your body will collide with the earth and you will bear witness. In this way you will be compelled to ...

    Jodhpur - the blue city of Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by crosbywilsher on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... navigate the website and so we set off confidently. Getting on board the train was interesting, especially as Toby got jammed in the doorways by our two yoga mats sticking out either side of his backpack and for several embarrassing moments was completely stuck. Imagine him now, unable to move with the entire carriage of Indians in front staring at him and another crowd of new passengers stacking up behind. The male ego is paramount here, and ...

    Getting off our Jodhpurs

    A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... t get up enough speed and momentum to knock them down.

    Soon we were walking through stone latticed courtyards on our way to the museum taking in the Rajput architecture beautifully carved out of sandstone. We saw many wonderful artefacts, elephant seats, textiles and engraved swords. We walked into one courtyard and happened upon a small room with some geezer doing palm readings - so naturally we both paid $10 NZD to have our palms read.

    So ...

    Day 27 - A rather classy affair...

    A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... the red sandstone which characterises the rest of the city and the original buildings. However the treatment of the stone differentiates old from new. The masonry pattern allows light to filter through the new walls which act as screens. Jodhpur's blue has also been incorporated into the design, with the paint decorating the original doors in the old hotel building and the upper rooms of the new hotel. The tour climaxed when we reached our rooms and were shown ...

    The Festival of Colours, Jodhpur.

    A travel blog entry by rachellouise27 on Mar 17, 2014

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    The Holi festival commemorates the victory of good over evil, brought about by the burning and destruction of the demoness named Holika. This was enabled through unwavering devotion to the Hindu god of preservation, Lord Vishnu. Holi got its name as the "Festival of Colors" from Lord Krishna, a reincarnation of Lord Vishnu, who liked to play pranks on the village girls by drenching them in water and coloured dye. So this is The Festival of Colour. ...