Landed in The Land of Palaces


Finally landed in Jodhpur, Rajasthan , the land of royal way of life, kings and their palaces decorared with Jharokas, famous for spicy cuisine, stunning textiles like leheria,  bandhej(tie & dye)and of course rich culture. 

Checked in one of the old palaces “Hari Mahal” presently known as luxurious Taj Vivanta. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful 5 star luxury heritage hotels of Taj group.  Here are few pics of lobby and my room. 

 Stroll across 6 acres, of the hotel and its green lawns,  a stay at Taj proves to be an absolute delight. Apart from your basic needs,  you get a strong dose of luxury. Large windows, original wall paintings and elegant upholstery. The rooms offer the right mix of elements that you’ll need to make your holiday a royal pleasure. The heritage hotel gives the feel of royal king size life as soon as you enter the main reception hall. Wall to wall glass doors, tall windows along with arches adorning folk art mesmerize you to fall in love with the property


You arrive in style here. Raise a toast. Treat yourself to maharaja way of life. Overlooking the expansive garden area, these rooms at Vivanta by Taj – Hari Mahal, Jodhpur prove to be a heavan for the modern traveller.

The room has got Rajasthani interiors and paintings behind the bed makes it an ethnic experience so worth. Looking forward to my stay here. Keep connected for more from this royal city of India. 

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11 thoughts on “Landed in The Land of Palaces”

  1. Love it, just love it, and I wish I was there. For me, and a one time Brit, it brings back memories of the colonial days (perhaps not so popular on the Indian subcontinent) with the glory of the rajas, the decorated elephant and the english gentry sipping tea in an Indian garden somewhere. I have seen films of those days, never to return, under the reign of Queen Victoria. Oh, the memories. not forgetting the Jodhpur riding trousers and boots. Oh what days they were. What a feast for a camera and for the eyes.

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  2. I remember my first flight to India. Many things made me feel like I had left reality and had landed in a fairy tale land. The music, the dances, the people and the buildings. So much strange beauty…I fell head over heels. Glad you are back.

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