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Private Dinner


Enjoy a relaxed dining experience in traditional surroundings under the hospitality of a noble family of the erstwhile Jaipur State. A true sense of tradition starts from the moment you enter the noble’s home. Their heritage home sings stories at all corners adorned with fresco paintings & scalloped arches.
Enjoy your evening with their stories of their past. Hear how Rajasthan evolved from the time since their ancestors ruled to this new world. The surrounding will slowly turn into a private dining room for you to savour Rajasthani food, some of the cuisines date back to hundreds of years.
Rajasthani cuisine is a splendid array of colorful, spicy and unique dishes. The platter has always been a delight. The food style has been affected by the natural topography and indigenously available ingredients. A lack of leafy green vegetables, a pronounced use of lentils, pulses, legumes and the use of milk, curd and buttermilk in place of the water in the gravy marks the essentials of Rajasthani cuisine. Aptly has it been said that the royal kitchens of Rajasthan raised the preparation of food to the level of a sublime art.
The food is best described as drawing influence from traditional Rajasthani cuisine, serving to inspire rather than conforming to strict guidelines.
We have created this wonderful ambience with the luxury of privacy just for your unique taste and an unforgettable dining experience.
*Haveli is the term used for a private mansion in India. The word haveli is derived from the Persian word ‘hawli’, meaning "an enclosed place".

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Jeep Safari


Jeep safari is the most conducive way to explore the beautiful natural landscapes and cultural life and heritage of Rajasthan. It can be most useful in exploring the rich flora and fauna in the various countryside of this colourful state. The most important advantage of a Jeep Safari is its ability to negotiate even the rugged landscapes and the rough roads of the countryside region.
We offer you to join us to visit the remote villages rich in ethnic and cultural life. Here you get the first hand experience of a typical rural life. The safari will cover visiting various villages, farms, and interaction with the local villagers. You will also witness pottery, carpet weaving and other local handicrafts being made in the village. Visit the old step well used hundreds of years ago to save water and then we will also take you to a school where you will be welcomed with curious young generation. The idea is to have a real feel, walk around and see how the locals live, their opinions on the ways of life. See the local women carrying water on their heads from open water pumps for their household, watch how the young and old rub shoulders on the street, see how cows, buffalo and sheeps are part of the traffic on the roads. We will end with tea /coffee at scenic location or with a noble family at their home. All this my friend is your reward for your time!
Safari Time: Morning or Evening
Duration: 2hrs Approx

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Good news for all the golf lovers!

Rambagh Golf club of jaipur is one of the oldest and one of the prestigious golf clubs of India. It is a 18 Hole challenging championship course with Par 70 Yardage-6303 (SSS 70). Course is playable round the year and is centrally located.
The Course is strategically designed on a sandy loam soil. Picturesquely located with a nice scenic beauty, moving around the course one is afforded with a view of Rambagh Palace Hotel, Moti Doongari Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Birla Planetarium.
The origin of Rambagh Golf Club dates back to October 1944 with its history steeped in Royal Background of Rajmata Gayatri Devi of Jaipur who was the founder. After she returned from one of her holidays in Kashmir in 1944, she got keen on playing golf. With the permission of Late His Highness, Rambagh Golf course was laid. The club is now affiliated with the Indian Golf Union and has hosts a number of tournaments.
Appropriate golfing dress code should be strictly maintained.
The Management Committee organises tournaments throughout the year and the guest can also take part in it.
The Golf Balls, Gloves, Caps, Shoe & other items can be purchased from the in house shop.
TIMINGS- 1000hrs to Sunset


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Makar Sankranti - The Kite Festival

Sankranti is a Sanskrit word in Indian astrology which refers to the transmigration of the Sun from one zodiac sign to another. Hence there are 12 such sankranti’s in all. However, the festival usually refers to ‘Makar Sankranti’, the transition of the Sun from Sagittarius to Capricorn. Scientifically, this day marks the beginning of warmer and longer days.

In the state of Rajasthan, the festival is celebrated with special zeal and fervour. People engross in kite flying, loud music and food on the terrace on the morning & evenings of Sankranti. The sky looks like a beautiful collage with kites of different hues floating all around. The city of Jaipur lives a lifestyle that is of a fanfare of festivities and celebrations.
Carved out of the desert, it is indeed a magical city that encloses within its walls beautiful architecture, colour and charm.
With the glory and charm of Jaipur in the backdrop join us on this Sankranti. Come and fly a kite or battle it out in a kite war or just watch the sky which is a fantasy of colour, an experience unique in its own way. The city, on this day is a riot of colour, pomp and pageantry. Indulge in patang bazi (kite flying in the local language), festival goodies, music and the warm sun. A beautiful way to help you get under the skin of the city, giving you a unique insight of its culture.
We also bring to you the opportunity of enjoying the festival to its fullest by joining a noble family of the erstwhile state of Jaipur at their ancestral home situated in the heart of the old city to experience the festival the traditional way.
To experience the local fervour and gaiety we will also give you an opportunity to visit the local market which is specially decorated for the occasion, flooded with colour and thread. Our expert will help you buy your own kite and even help you distinguish between the thread that has to be used for the same.
Months: November + December + January
Timings: 4:30 PM onwards (3-4 hrs).
Festival Highlight -
  • Celebrate kite festival with local family.
  • Learn how to fly a kite.
  • Hear the story and the tradition behind celebrating Makar Sankranti.
  • Savour your taste buds with festival goodies.
  • Visit the local market and buy your own kite!


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Excursion to Bhangarh from Jaipur (Half day)


At the edge of the Sariska forest in Rajasthan lie’s the town of Bhangarh whose haunted status is attracting scores of excursions. Known for its ruins, Bhangarh is also a pre-historic site. Legend states that the city of Bhangarh was cursed.
The story goes that this sixteenth century town was home to a magician. He fell in love with the kingdom's beautiful princess, Rani Ratnawati. Knowing that he would never be allowed to go near her, he decided to use his dark powers to seduce her. He spotted the princess's maid buying oil and cast a spell on the oil. If the spell worked, on touching the oil, the princes would surrender to him.
Locals say that the princess, who was proficient in the occult herself, soon sensed his evil plan and foiled it. She threw the flagon of oil away,  here upon it fell on a stone. As soon as the oil touched the stone, it started rolling towards the magician and crushed him. But before dying he cursed the palace with the death of all who dwelt in it, without the possibility of rebirth.
That might be more legend than fact, but Bhangarh is still a charming ruin to visit. Even today, a walk to the palace through the remains of what once used to be a bustling town is a beautiful affair.
You will be picked from your hotel in the morning at around 0800-0830 by Toyoto Innova car and driven to Ramgarh, about 28 kms from Jaipur. The first stop at this excursion is a visit to Jamwa Mata temple at Ramgarh. This temple is located at down streams of Ramgarh Lake, a devotional shrine for whole of the kachwaha clan of Jaipur.
The next stop will be at Bhangarh where we will tour the place on foot, a unique way to explore the ruins which will take about an hour and a half.
After the visit to Bhangarh we will take you to a nearby village for a visit where you can explore it with its narrow walk ways and shops. Spend some reflective time with the local people; watch the women make the Indian bread on earthen kilns while the men graze their cattle, watch potters and cobblers in action, you could also visit a local school.
Next you will be driven to the Kableshwar fort, where over lunch, with the nobles of the erstwhile state of Jaipur you will get an opportunity to listen to the tales, by your host, of the people and lifestyle of the bygone era, a perfect end to the tour which will leave lasting impressions.
You will be back into your hotel rooms by afternoon, just in time for that siesta.
* The excursion is very flexible and can be customized according to clients’ enthusiasm and energy levels.


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