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LET THE EXCITEMENT OF DESERTS SOAK IN: THIS DIWALI, INDULGE IN JODHPUR ROYALTY
Arrived again is the season when air is flourished with fairs and flares of festivities and you want to embrace the changes donned by the surroundings with your close ones. Marking the days and evenings in oracular jouissance, Diwali season embarks with light of exuberance and conspicuous consumption of new hope, excitement and aspirations within. For living the newness, it is essential to liberate yourself by expelling the threads of monotonous pace laced around you.
Jodhpur, The Sun City and the Gateway to the Great Thar, is a mirage to the olden times when the royalties walked through the lands of Rajasthan. And located in the heart of Jodhpur, away from clamour-claded concrete jungle is Rani Mahal, a transit in the magnificence of Rajasthan’s heritage hues. A conglomerate of modern and medieval architecture and facilities, Rani Mahal is the finest heritage hotel in Jodhpur. The hotel not only gives you the nature-infused view but also connects you to the local market for easy access to regional pickings. There are 13 rooms, each with unique style and character of its own and within the close proximity of Rani Mahal are Rajasthan’s Cultural treasures preserving monuments and temples of historical significance.
Mehrangarh Fort stands tall and strong, perched upon 400 ft. hill. Right on the edge of Thar, the fort holds prominent significance for its diverse architectural history. There are 7 entry gates that were made by 7 different rulers as a symbolism of their victory.
Only 2.3 Km away from Rani Mahal is Jaswant Thada, also known as the ‘Taj Mahal’ of Mewar. With the view of lakeside and green gardens, this marble-marvel has an exemplary build with contrasting white structure to the vibrant red steps. The walls are carved with intricate designs depicting stories from the past. Also present are the gems of artifices and murals for awe-inspiring insight.
Resembling the Indo-western palace, Umaid Bhawan incorporates several chambers like throne room, private meeting hall, ballroom, spa center, royal sauna, squash court, library, public meeting hall and what not. The museum, officially opened in 1943, is now owned by Raja Gaj Singh and engages visitors in leisurely garden strolls, bird watching, vintage clock collection and mesmerizing paintings of the past.
Lakes & Gardens
Famous for its scenic beauty and bird watching, Kaylana Lake is a man-made lake, stretching in 84Km area. Syberia Cranes is an engaging treat to an eye that attracts many visitors here. Acting as a sole source of clean water for local residents, Kalyan Lake has a perfect setting for sightseeing and birdwatching. The gorgeous sunset view and long-drive between Jaisalmer and Jodhpur are additions to the things you can pamper your senses in With old relics and artifacts, Mandore Gardens is a royal heritage. With elite designs as its signature, this Government museum inhabits many bird’s species and different greens of plants and vegetation. It has a very engaging lake-side view with fish-filled clear water. Inside is a temple with 16 figures carved out of single rock going by Hall of Heroes. Are you in Gangtok and looking best hotel in Gangtok ? Welcome to the Hotel Flora Fountain.
Desert “night life” is thrill-infused with spectacular view that reflects a distinguished side of the deserts. Night Jeep Safaris lets you through the desert roller-coaster in an astounding jeep ride. Camel Safari is yet another way to explore the desert on the back of desert’s ship where you relax on an easy going ride to the highs and lows of dunes and let the desert sink in your memories for a lifetime. Wander through the sand sea in Rajasthan with budget friendly packages which you can get customized as per your convenience. Light up this Diwali with your friends and family in Jodhpur’s Royalty.