Hotel Kalyan

Hathroi Fort, Ajmer Road, Jaipur, 3020001, India

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Hotel Kalyan
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  • Solo97
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  • Best budget Hotel In its Class


    I stayed at this hotel and the two children of the owners are too helpful.They are always ready to help you.The hotel is also very good.Staff is nicely organised.Food is Awesome,Roof top is really good.The rooms are nicely decorated and the bathrooms are clean and good too.I would recommend it to all looking for a decent bed in Jaipur at low price.

    Unique Quality: Its exterior heritage part and the rooftop heritage part.

    Directions: 1 Km from the railway station and bus stand both.

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Travel Tips for Jaipur

Amber Palace IX - The Diwan-i-Am

by pchamlis

Amber Palace, as does many of the other royal complexes in India, features (a) Diwan-i-Am, which means the Hall of Public Audiences. This was a structure in which the royals, and even the maharajah himself, could "meet" the public. The Diwan-i-Am at Amber Palace features a series of pillars at the top of two flights of stairs. There are many decorative rooms within the palace, most of them small and quite colorfully decorated.

Fatehpur Sikri

by MM212

About three hours east of Jaipur, in the State of Uttar Pradesh, lies Fatehpur Sikri, the ephemeral capital of the Mughal Empire. It was built in 1571 by Emperor Akbar at the location where a revered Sufi mystic lived, and it served as the capital of the empire until the emperor's death in 1585. By then, it was evident that water shortage in the area could not sustain a growing capital of an empire, and the city was thus swiftly abandoned after its founder's death. This quick evacuation has left us with a 16th century architectural ensemble frozen in time and devoid of subsequent modifications, one whose importance has earned it a place among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city consists of a magnificent grand mosque and an exquisite imperial palace complex, surrounded by numerous lesser structures, ranging from ramparts and caravanserais to palaces and mausoleums. While most of the architecture of the city is typically Mughal, the imperial palace complex exhibits a unique blend of Hindu, Jain and Islamic styles. Fatehpur Sikri makes an good day trip from Jaipur, and even better a stop along four hour drive to Agra.

For more on this ghost city, check out the separate page dedicated to Fatehpur Sikri.

A multi-cuisine Restaurant

by 10753435 about Hotel Choki Dani

Cuisine : In Choki Dani restaurant the food is served by attendants dressed in traditional Rajasthani dress. Visitors sit on little low stools and the typical Rajasthani meal is served in 'pattals' leaf plates. The food is served with most hospitality. The visitors are persuaded to have more of every dish a typical way of Indian Hospitality.

Chandi Mahal Bar : the bar with its ceiling of 100000 mirror gilt coated furniture transports you to the bygone era of Maharajas

nahargarh fort

by mantru

Visit both the fort they are beautiful the scenery from the Nahargarh fort is awsome you can see the whole of Jaipur city .

The Nahargarh Fort was built by Sawai Raja Jai Singh in 1734. Since Jaipur was his capital, the Nahargarh Fort was strategically important and was built as a means of bolstering the defense of Amer. It was also known as the Tiger Fort. New additions were made to the fort in the 19th century by Sawai Ram Singh II and Sawai Madho Singh II. The older parts of he fort are being hard hit by the ravages of times but the newer additions are quite captivating.
There is a strange story behind the change of name of the fort. When work began on it, strange things happened here at night. Every morning the workers would find that the previous day’s entire construction was destroyed. Jai Singh then found out that the land had once belonged to a dead Rathore prince named Nahar Singh and his spirit did not like the sudden disturbances in his spiritual abode. To appease the soul a small fortress was built at Purana Ghat where the spirit could reside, and then the fort was renamed Nahargarh. Later a shrine was also added where the warrior could be worshipped. Nahargarh was used as the treasure of the Jaipur kingdom and even the highest state officials would only be allowed to approach the fort blindfolded.
Each of the Maharaja’s nine wives was given a two-storey apartment, which were set around three sides of a rectangular courtyard. The maharaja’s personal living wing was built on the fourth side. The architecture was basically Indian with certain European additions like rectangular windows and western styled toilets. The apartments were arranged in such an order that the king could visit any one queen’s room without the knowledge of the others. For his convenience, each queen had her name inscribed above her door. Thakur Fateh Singh, an engineer in the Raj Imarat helped in the design of the queen’s apartments.

Rajendra Pol-inner courtyard of Palace

by radz

Northern side of Mubarak mahal,can see Rajendra Pol,(pol means entrance or gate),
through this gate one can enter to interior courtyard of Palace,where we can see Saravatobhadra,Cafe Palace,Art Gallery.

Two carved monalith elephent welcomming both side of the entance,carrying Lotus in mouth,Lotus is symbol of Royalty.
In 1931,it was erected to celeberate the birth of Maharaja Kumar Bhawani Singh(The present Maharaja of Jaipur).
Gate is fuly desinged with jallys,doors are brass plated&walls are in-layed beautiful design.


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