Rajasthan the colorful state famous for hospitality, fosters the tradition of Atithi Deo Bhav. The people revere guests as God and offer them their best.
Rajasthan is also a land rich in culture tradition and history. The Rajput
rulers of Rajputana (Rajasthan) built magnificent palaces - large, lavish
buildings that featured the best architectural motifs of Indian, Mughal and
British architecture. They contained large ballrooms, separate women's quarters,
and vast numbers of rooms for housing royal families and their retinues.
They were invariably set in huge, landscaped gardens. Some features truly
inspired architecture; others, no less impressive, attempted to duplicate famous
palaces in Britain. And there were palaces for every reason - for different
seasons of the year, some in the same city; for favorite queens, or for the heir
apparent; or sometimes modestly called hunting lodges ! These same palaces stand
witness to times past. Some have been converted into museums, and those times
are evocatively portrayed here, in all their princely splendor. Others are now
hotels, where the luxurious lifestyle of the Maharajas, Rajas & Thakurs - for it
is available to you too! All over Rajasthan, you can sample the glorious of
yesterday in the palace hotels of your choosing.