Golden Hotel

5, Kanti Nagar, Opp: Polovictory Cinema, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302006, India
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Forum Posts

TURBANS

by RoseHazi

Hello,
My name is Rose and I would like to come to India to search for "Turban”.
Until now I was the head of fashion design department in Shenkar College in Israel.
Can you help me find the address and phone of the turban museum in Surabhi in Jaipur? OR EMAIL
Thanks
Rose

Re: TURBANS

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

Visit my jaipur Tips

Re: TURBANS

by harry75

Hi Rose,

That's Harry here.Actually i ws not here in the city.One of my israelian freind was here in last oct.His name was Mr.Dadi, he was from Hamaftah street Mikhmoret and he bought almost 40 turbans from jaipur.So i would like to tell u that if u really need Typical indian Turbans at very reasonable prices then please contact me on my personal id.....hrchandani@yahoo.co.in

Thanks

Travel Tips for Jaipur

Jantar Mantar III - Hey baby, what's your sign?

by pchamlis

"Hey baby, what's your sign?" Does that translate well? In English and in American dating culture, that's a sleazy pick-up line used by men looking to "date" ladies that they're meeting at a bar or a party. It refers to the notion that sharing your astrological sign with another person ("I'm a Capricorn...") is a good way to start a random conversation.

I'm not sure how important one's astrological sign is for starting a relationship, but astrologers have long felt that the constellations present in the heavens at certain times of the year, or at the time of one's birth, heavily affect and influence events in time. Jai Singh II and his fellow learned men of the 18th century certainly felt this way. And along with all of the truly scientific wonders he created at Jantar Mantar, he also built a goodly number of astrological temples and what-nots in his effort to control and understand all things celestial. He was not alone in his regard for astrology and its importance. Over at Fatehpur Sikri, none other than Akbar the Great built a special "astrologer's chair" so that his personal astrologer would have a place to make his pronouncements and predictions.

Sure, we scientists (I am, by trade, a Clinical Chemist) generally disdain astrology as a bunch of nonsense... entertaining nonsense, but nonsense nonetheless. But to Jai Singh II, it was as cutting edge for knowledge as were the telescope and his sundials. It all related to the heavens, a place that was - at that time - still unreachable for even mighty maharajahs.

As for the science versus superstition thing, I WILL admit to one thing. I am sometimes jealous that some celebrity astrologers have found a way to make millions of dollars with their zodiac-based predictions. Maybe I should have paid a little more attention to astrology in my college days. :) ....the look on my wife's face when I uttered the predictable and cheesy "hey baby, what's your sign?" line when we were exploring Jantar Mantar's astrological section.

Jaigarh Fort

by keeweechic

High up on the hilltop is Jaigarh Fort or Victory Fort. The fort has palaces, granary, cannon foundry as well as a giant mounted cannon (Jaivan) which was built in 1720 and is said to be the largest cannon in the world. There are also numerous temples and a tall tower. The fort was built between the 15th and 18th centuries and is surrounded by high imposing ramparts. The fort was sealed for 7 years by the government while they checked out the rumour that a large amount of gold treasure was buried at the fort. The gold was never found and the fort was opened again to the public.

Location : 15kms from Jaipur.

A tranquil refuge from the bustling city streets

by Waxbag about The Cocoon Guest House and Rooftop Restaurant

Cocoon is a great restaurant that's away from the bustle of Jaipur. The service is good and the menu is extensive and equally good. The Indian and Chinese is better than the continental but this has been the case with nearly all Indian restaurants.They also serve the cheapest beer we have seen in India for 75 rupees. Superb food
Fast internet
Relaxing music
Splendid atmosphere
Good service
Beer available

Jaipur Water Palace-Jal Mahal

by lynnehamman

On the road to Amber Fort stands this once picturesque peach-coloured water palace, the Jal Mahal. Now seemingly abandoned, it is still impressive, and in past times must have been a peaceful retreat for the rulers and their families. At the time we saw it, there was water in the lake. It can be reached by a causeway,but is now closed to visitors.
The palace has beautiful chatris at either end , and a garden.
Built in the 18th century by Madho Singh, ruler at the time.

Albert Hall

by grets

The beuatiful Albert Hall, set in the spacious and beautiful Ram Niwas Garden, houses a museum with a rare collection of artefacts and craft items such as metalwork, ivory carvings, cane wood articles and exquisite pieces of jewellery, textile, pottery and paintings.

The building was built in 1886 for the visit by Edward VII, after a design by Colonel Sir Swinton Jacob in the modern Indo-Saracenic style. It was modelled on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

The garden also houses a zoo, a greenhouse, an aviary and a sports ground.

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