Jaipur Explore wanted to thank you very much for excellent management of what has turned out to be a successful and wonderful Bloggers meet they organised. It was a perfect mix of topics, people, food, and social gathering. The staff Priyanka, Sania, Seema was very helpful with info. Just wanted to say thank you for a wonderful Bloggers meet, it was really great and so well organised.
Jaipur explore was invited to take this royal tour, we moved inside from the ceremonial Tripolia Gate that takes us straight to Mubarak Mahal. Usually, the only royal family uses this gate.
It was well worth the visit for viewing Mughal architecture, miniature paintings, Rajput objects and cultural events. This is also called the City Palace Museum. It has some exquisite architecture and some fascinating exhibits that give a sense of the history of Jaipur and its surroundings. Very nice, nice collection of items Amazing a visit if only to see the enormous silver water carrying jars. Heavy enough empty but the thought of transporting them to London fill of water is somewhat mind blowing. it’s a direct look into the private lives of the Rajput and their families. The armory, their robes, the pictures that highlight so vividly their world. Obviously, the real hit would be a tour of their private palace, that is still theirs and it’s not open to the public.
A fantastic array of clothing and fashion of the times. It is also steeped in history and gives a good indication about the previous kings of Jaipur. You can get to see the attire wore by the royal family on various occasions, the history of all the kings.
The Sculpture Lumière show creates a visual narrative of the glory of rulers of Jaipur and also highlights the palace’s intricate architectural details and rich art patterns. This gives the visitor a chance to contemplate and appreciate the contribution of Jaipur and admire the beauty of the City Palace.
The great hall was fascinating with pictures of all the different Maharajahs and the superb carpet and chandeliers all added to the interest of our visit.
And the eve ends with Baradari’s delectable Food.Baradari the latest in a series of initiatives by the Jaipur royal family for the visitors at City Palace. It wraps around the courtyard of what was once the historic service court of the City Palace. With cooling water cascades and an elegant bar that plays with the traditional form of baradari (a columned, open pavilion), it is the perfect place to conclude a visit to the Museum or to host a meal. The menu covers a range of delicious options suitable for many dietary requirements. Highly recommend popping in for a relaxing dessert Apple Jalebi and Blueberry cheesecake, and fresh rose petal ice cream by the Baradari.100% Will go back,