Hotel Maharani Palace

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Opp Polovictory Cinema, Station Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302006, India
Hotel Maharani Palace
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Costs 55% less but rated 11% lower than other 3 star hotels

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One day trip to Pushkar

by NoomNoi

I plan stay at Jaipur for a few days. Is it possible to have one day trip to Pushkar?
Is there bus from Jaipur direct to Pushkar? How long it take?


Re: One day trip to Pushkar

by mickybleck

There are buses from Jaipur to Ajmer and there you change into frequent buses to Pushkar. Buses go until late in the evening and Pushkar is a small place so leaving early a day trip should be okay.

Re: One day trip to Pushkar

by Purush

Going for a day may not be sufficient. However it is possible to go and come back same day. There are plenty of buses, private taxis etc.

Have a good trip


Re: One day trip to Pushkar

by PeteG

I would suggest that if you go by bus then it will take a bit longer than 2hr 30 mentioned in one of the previous answer. However, don't be put off by the logistics of it, Pushkar is well worth a visit - I loved it there.

Re: One day trip to Pushkar

by ghajela

Pushkar offers its own kind of night life, hence if possible I would suggest you to stop there for a night. However coming and going from Jaipur is absolutely comfortable. There are normal and delux buses plying. Avoid private transport and take only the Government Transport corporation's bus.

Re: One day trip to Pushkar

by Treeoflife

Pushkar has its own vibration and life style.

From Jaipur to Pushkar there are 5 dicrect buses in a day and one is delux other is 2 are semi deluxe and 2 buses are express category.
To catch these buses from Jaipur you have to go to Govt.bus stand called localy "Sindhi Camp", the central bus stand.

From here you can enquire about them.
The earliest bus leaves at 6.30 in the morning and last bus is at 9 o clock in the evening.
I am living in Pushkar so if you need any guidance feel free to contact.

Re: One day trip to Pushkar

by Jontxu

I would definetely go for it! Pushkar has something special...

Re: One day trip to Pushkar

by vikas27sep


Travel Tips for Jaipur

Informations of Jaipur

by indiabazaar

The city of Jaipur is capital to the northern Indian state of Rajasthan, famous for its colorful culture, forts, palaces, and lakes. The city extends from latitude 26.55 in the north to longitude 75.52 in the east. Jaipur would have been part of Thar Desert but for the protection afforded by the Aravali Hills that form a barrier on one side. Jaipur is around 258 km from Delhi, 232 km from Agra, 350 km from Gwalior, 405 km from Udaipur, and 1202 km from Mumbai.

Raj Mahal Palace

by bradbeaman

Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II (1700-1743, the builder of the Pink City of Jaipur) for Maharani Chandra Kumar Ranawatiji, daughter of the Maharana of Udaipur in 1729.

Now a heritage Hotel you can stay here (30 rooms), or just visit or swim. Be sure to see the pictures of the visitors such as Princes Diana Jackie Kennedy with his Royal highness.

The swimming pool and gardens attracts some exotic birds to watch.

How to reach Jaipur?

by 10753435

Jaipur Railway Station is a central main station of the state of Rajasthan. The vast rail track of Indian Railways connects Jaipur station with all other cities of India. There are numerous trains which run on a regular basis to and from Jaipur.

City Palace-Towering Chandra Mahal

by radz

Inside Pink city the main attraction is City palace,this is one of the modern 18th Century building.Build by Kachhwala rulers of Amber-Jaipur, Sawai Jai Singh II,18the Century.Palace has many mahals,with decorated pillers,beautifully desigend grills,and prety inlays.This is best example of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture.

In northwest part of the palace,can see this Chandar mahal,this mahal is residence of royal family .Only this part of Palace not allowed for public.
Palace is not very big,but big in the sence, without guide you can explore your own.

Entrance fees,Rs 35.

Palace is open for alla days except for only once in year,thats is day of Dhulandi ,the nex day of Holi,its closed fro visiters.
Timeing 9.30 am to 5pm.

Govind Dev Ji Temple

by 10753435

Govind Dev Ji Temple is one amongst the major tourist attractions of Jaipur. The Temple represents the royal past of Jaipur. The Temple is dedicated to Govind Dev Ji (Other name of Lord Krishna). Govind Devji Temple of Jaipur is situated in the City Palace complex, between the Chandra Mahal and Badal Mahal. Govind Dev Ji is the principal deity of Amber's Kachawaha Dynasty. In the earlier times, the idol of the lord used to reside in the temple of Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh.

According to a legend, Govind Dev Ji appeared in the dream of Raja Sawai Jai Singh and asked him to bring his idol from Vrindavan to Jaipur. As a consequence, Raja Sawai Jai Singh brought the idol and placed in the City Palace complex of Jaipur. After the sad demise of Jai Singh, many successors acquired the throne, but Raja Man Singh took the initiative to build the temple in 1890.

The beautiful image of Radha-Krishna doesn't let people to take off their eyes from the lovely view. Different 'Aartis' and 'Bhog' are offered to the deity at seven different times of the day. Every time, when the idols are revealed to the devotees, they are clothed in a different manner. The Devotees, who come here to get the glance or 'Darshan' of the deities, reverberates the temple with the pious phrase "Jai Govind".

A large number of tourists and devotees visit this temple of special importance. Janmashtmi, the birthday of Lord Krishna, is a special event and is celebrated with full enthusiasm. Govind Dev Ji Temple is a sacred place of the Hindus. The Temple has also become a tourist attraction in the contemporary times.


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