The history and times of Jaipur (Rajasthan, India) are deeply entwined with the stories of royal princes and princesses, with grand Mughals and later with visiting dignitaries from the British Royal family or 20th century royalty like the US Presidential families.
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Excellent hotel, staff very kind and considerate. Food was also excellent on charming roof top terrace. ... more
This is a lovely hotel, with a nice feel, however, I think the management was a bit miffed that we didnt use their drivers and services very much. The waiters and other staff were lovely tho, and they gave service with a smile. the room was lovely, and very clean. ... more
This guest house is run by a lovely man that is so sweet and helpfull. We stayed in the room with attached bathroom and it was huge with a big double bed and had a TV. It was clean and a great price only 600 Rupees per night and that was over New Year. You get hot water although no shower just a bucket but I think thats fine. ... more
Help - Travel - Delhi - Simla - Jaipur - agra - delhi
I am planning to travel with my friends from Kerala to DELHI (4 days) --> SIMLA (2 days) --> Jaipur (2 days) --> AGRA (1 day) ---> Delhi. Could any body help me make a travel program, and inform me the best mode of travel whether by Train / bus / taxi. Is the days mentioned enough to see ...
Indian (Jaipur) wedding gift ideas (and cultural pointers)
Traveling to Jaipur for a friends (groom's) wedding. One of us is coming from the US, and one from Europe. Any gift ideas and/or cultural things to be aware of? Thank You ...
Delhi Agra Jaipur and Goa in 2 weeks....too much?
Hi Emmy, Your budget and time schedule it fine and you can easily take care of yr . Please however take care of winters as Agra and Jaipur get quite cold during nights. Try to travel as much by road and during day time as it will give u the sight of real india. It being Winter u will see a lot ...
was very excited to finally be in Jaipur, the “Pink City”. With a population of about 2.7 million people, Jaipur is a large city with a lot to offer. It is called the “Pink City” because most of the buildings ...
Posted in Essence of India by izelvh
Partiamo da Ranthambore destinazione Jaipur; un viaggetto abbastanza tranquillo con strade piu' o meno decenti. Notiamo subito che Jaipur e' gia' un po' diversa dalle altre citta'. Un po' piu' evoluta ...
Posted in India 2007 by Geppo
Over the past couple of days we explored the city of Jaipur in the state of Rajasthan. The Pink City of Jaipur has a number of architectural wonders including majestic forts and beautiful havelis ...
Posted in back to my roots by iffat