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he Birla Mandir or Lakshmi Narayan temple is a beautiful white marble temple, situated at the bottom of Moti Doongri hill. The temple is dedicated to Lakshmi Narayan and was built by the Birla family of industrialists; that is the reason it is also known as the Birla Temple.

Well lit at night, it is a stunning view. There are three domes, each symbolising one among the Hindu Trinity of Gods (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva). There are carved sculptures of mythological themes and images of saints on the exterior of the temple's walls.

During a trip to the Birla Mandir, also visit the Moti Dungri temple located on top of the same hill.


Trip Time - 9 Days



Date -24 oCT. 2010

Trip Expenes :-

  1. 8,750 / -Sepretaly
  2. 7,550/-5 to 10 years
  3. 6,550 /3 to 5 years
Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh, Jaipur

Ten kilometres on the Jaipur Agra highway, Sisodia Rani ka Bagh, a symbol of love, is a beautiful tourist attraction of Jaipur. Made in 1728, Sisodia Rani ka Bagh stands apart amongst the various royal gardens that are dotted in and around Jaipur.

Raja Sawai Jai Singh had these gardens made and he presented it to his beloved queen. She was the daughter of the Sisodia family of Udaipur, hence this name of the gardens. Although it is built in the Mughal architectural style, the theme of Sisodia Rani ka Bagh is the love story of Radha and Krishna.

Sisodia Rani ka Bagh was used as a place to relax by the Queen of Jaipur. A large range of seasonal and evergreen plants and flowers, layered gardens, frescoes, fountains and painted pavilions make it a beautiful place fit for a queen to enjoy.

Nature lovers and tourists alike come to enjoy the charms of Sisodia Rani ka Bagh. To experience the multifarious charms of Jaipur, include Sisodia Rani ka Bagh in your itinerary along with the forts and palaces.


Khimsar Fort

The fort at Khimsar is a magnificent fifteenth century vintage property, and now a heritage hotel managed by the WelcomHeritage group. Made by Rao Karamsji, 8th son of the founder of Jodhpur Rao Jodha, it is situated a mere 90 km from Jodhpur. Karamsot Rathor, the twentieth generation direct descendent of Rao Karamsji still occupies a part of the Fort.

This heritage hotel is a winner Grand Heritage Award for Excellence' by the Tourism Board of the Government of India. Overlooking the Thar Desert, a stay here is an excellent way of experiencing the beauty of the desert in utmost luxury. It has 60 air-conditioned rooms complete with all mod-cons.

The fort is replete with history. It has guns and cannons that have participated in several battles, Jain idols from the 9th century onwards and pillars erected in memory of war heroes.

Camel and horse safaris are available for leisure activities. There is also a BlackBuck reserves a mere fifteen minutes away that can be explored through a jeep safari. Yoga, sauna, health club and tennis courts are par for the course. There is even a telescope for stargazing in the clear desert sky.

There is an in-house museum that showcases the family memorabilia and miniature paintings of this region. A stay here can also include an opportunity to see the village craftsmen in action with visits to the goldsmith, leather workers, stone mason and potter. A handicrafts shop stocked with exquisite items handpicked by the royal family adds to the experience.

Hotel Lake Palace, Udaipur

Udaipur, A Wonder Of Rajasthan, Is A Favourite Destination Of Celebrities, Including Hollywood Stars Like Angelina Jolie And Madonna. The Diggings Of Choice For These Celebrities Is The Hotel Lake Palace, A Marvellous Heritage Hotel.

Location: Lake Pichola, Udaipur. 24 km from the airport, 2 km from city centre

Rajasthan – Udaipur – Heritage Hotel – Lake Palace Hotel

The Lake Palace Udaipur is truly one of the wonders of Rajasthan. Built in the 17th century, it is one of the most luxurious and favoured hotels in India. Built in Lake Pichola on a solid foundation of four acres of rock, the Lake Palace was the vision of Maharana Jagat Singh II, 62nd descendent of the royal house of Mewar, believed to be a direct descendent of the Sun God. Earlier the Lake Palace was named Jag Niwas after the Maharana.

Set against a backdrop of the Aravali mountain range, the vision in white marble arises out of the turquoise waters of the lake. Now a premier heritage hotel, it is managed by the Taj Group of Hotels. The property has a mix of suites and rooms and all facilities, luxury dining and recreation that a tourist would associate with a property like this. There are 83 centrally air-conditioned rooms inclusive of 17 suites and a Grand Presidential Suite.


Making the guests feel nothing less than royalty are the Royal Butlers, descended from the original palace retainers. The facilities for recreation and relaxation include a spa, aerobic workout room, game room, bookshop, private puppet shows, daily performances of local performing arts, and heritage champagne walks at the palace. The hotel also organises fireworks show on request. Swimming pool, mini gym, travel desk, car rental, shopping arcade, currency exchange safe deposit lockers, doctor on call and baby sitting are par for the course.

Outdoor activities that can be pursued during a holiday at the Lake Palace are jeep safari, horse riding, trekking, visits to various lakes, temples, forts and palaces, mountain biking and wildlife trekking. Guides are available.

The cuisine is nothing short of an experience by itself, ranging from the casual to the formal and fine dining. Conference and banquet facilities are available at the Lake Palace Hotel. Enjoy the food and wine at:

Amrit Sagar
Amrit Sagar or Sea of Nectar is a stylish bar. With an indoor-outdoor setting, Amrit Sagar has a fine selection of spirits, vintage wines, cigars and ‘sheeshas’.

Rooftop open air restaurant with a magnificent view of the city, Bhairo has a cocktail menu and mouth-watering Asian fusion cuisine.

Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur

Prominent Among The Art Galleries And Museum In Rajasthan Is Albert Hall In Jaipur Also Called The Government Central Museum, 131 Years Old Has An Excellent Collection Of Rajasthan Miniature Paintings, Traditional Royal Costumes, Woodwork And Sculptures.

Constructed in 1876, Albert Hall Museum, also called the Government Central Museum is the oldest in the state of Rajasthan. Built by Maharaja Ram Singh under the supervision of a British army officer Lt. Swinton Jacob, for his personal use, it is situated in Ramniwas Gardens. Its foundation was laid by Prince of Wales (later Edward VII).


Indo- Sarcenic Architecture

A veritable treasure trove, the Albert Hall (Central) Museum is built in the Indo-Sarcenic style of architecture, with pillars, courtyards and arches and has an elegant and traditional look to it. The complex also houses a zoo, a greenhouse, an aviary and a sports ground, besides the museum.


An exquisite collection of metal ware, decorative wares, miniature portraits in various Rajasthan schools of painting, sculptures, specimens of natural history specimen and an Egyptian Mummy are on view here. The museum truly depicts the Rajasthan way of living through a Rajasthan village scene complete with costumes, furniture, pottery and brassware.

One of the main attractions at the Albert Hall (Central) Museum is an outstanding Persian Garden Carpet, among India's finest art treasures. Made in Kerman, Persia in 1632, it represents the garden of paradise on a quadrangular design.

The museum has various sculptures that bear research, including a tiny turbaned lady from the second century BC, 18th century wooden figures from a chariot of the former Banswara state and a stone Shiva head of the 8th century.

Near the museum is Rabindra Manch, that has an auditorium, a modern art gallery and an open air theatre that stages various cultural events.

Jantar Mantar, Jaipur

Jantar Mantar At Jaipur Is The Largest Stone Observatory In The World, A Special Travel Destination In Jaipur Rajasthan And A National Monument Of India.

Location: Jaipur, next to the entrance of City Palace

Highlight: Largest stone observatory in the world, an amazing array of instruments built in stone

How to reach: Taxi, Rickshaw, Local Bus

Rajasthan - Jaipur - Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II. Constructed between 1727 and 1733, Jantar Mantar is a collection of astronomical instruments built in stone. He constructed five such labs, including the ones at Jaipur and Delhi, with the one in Jaipur being the largest. Initially called Yantra Mantra, meaning instruments and formulae, the present name came about through mispronunciation.

Constructing architectural astronomical instruments that give accurate information, as has been confirmed with modern instruments, is a remarkable achievement for the people of that time. The compound instruments, with settings and shapes scientifically designed shows the expertise of Medieval Indian Astronomy. Jantar Mantar is a protected National Monument of India.

The observatory has fourteen statistical instruments to measure time, predict eclipses and calculate other astronomical events. The instruments are all accurate. The Sundial tells the time to an accuracy of about two seconds in local time of Jaipur and attracts the maximum attention of people.

Jantar Mantar was thoroughly restored in 1901. It is among the major tourist attractions of Jaipur.


Ranthambhore Wildlife Safari, Rajasthan

Ranthambore National Park Is The Home Of Tigers And A Project Tiger Reserve. Situated In Sawai Madhopur District Of Rajasthan, Ranthambore Is A Former Hunting Ground Of The Maharajas Of Jaipur.

Location: Ranthambore Naional Park

Attractions: Tigers in the wild!, and leopard, nilgai, wild pig, sambar and reptiles

When to visit: Open from 1st October till 30th June

Ranthambore National Park, the site of Project Tiger, is the only dry deciduous tiger habitat in the world. A hunting ground of the erstwhile Maharajas of Jaipur, now tigers can be observed here in the wild. Located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, it is 130 km from Jaipur, about two hours in travel time.

About the park

Spread over 392 sq km, it is located bounded by Banas River, the Chambal River, hills of Aravali range and a plateau on its four sides. It was declared a Project Tiger reserve in 1973. The other animals found in Ranthambore are leopard, dhole, wild pig, sambar, nilgai, chital and gaur. Black Buck and crocodiles are also found here. Black Bucks are revered by a local community residing here.

Staying there and getting about

Upper and mid range hotels are available in Ranthambore. Organized canter and jeep safaris are conducted twice daily, at dawn and early afternoon. Each safari lasts for three hours.

Other sightseeing

Ancient Banyan Trees, Dhok and Pipal trees, mango trees and a large green belt are the pride of Ranthambore, apart from its tigers. Also present within the National Park is Ranthambore Fort, dating from tenth century. This is probably the oldest fort in Rajasthan. Jogi Mahal houses the second-largest Banyan tree in India. Close to Ranthambore National Park are Sawai Madhopur Village, known for its historical monuments, Karauli, Bundi and Kota, other tourist places famous for temples and architectural marvels.

Ranthambore National Park has limited entry and permits have to be obtained. Foreigners have to pay an entrance fee of Rs 200, Indians Rs 25 and Indian students Rs 5 only. Additional charges have to be paid for electronic equipments like cameras.