With a name that means “Land of Kings”, it’s no surprise that Rajasthan is home to some of the most regal architecture and buildings in the nation. Imposing mountain forts, extravagant royal palaces, architecture that evokes opulence in every detail; Rajasthan imbues every moment of your experience with regal history and decadence. Coalesced from numerous kingdoms over a long period, every region of Rajasthan showcases a unique flavour of history to be experienced and absorbed. In addition to its decadent past however, Rajasthan also boasts incredible natural beauty ripe to be explored including the vast and diverse Thar desert, lush forests and tiger reserves, peaceful mountains and extinct volcanoes.   


Five kilometres away from the city centre of mesmerizing Blue City of Jodhpur, lay a lake of mythical proportions known by the name Balsamand Lake. This stupendous lake was designed as a water basin, which extends over a kilometre in length, fifty meters in breadth, and fifteen meters in depth. Although the lake was built in the 12th century, the magnificent red stone palace that flanks the lake was built in the...

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WelcomHeritage Cheetahgarh Resort & Spa - is a luxury retreat of peace spread across 20 acres of private estate of indigenous wild land, also a home for the leopards. There is a huge tranquil lake with resident crocodiles and migratory and local birds adjunct to the resort.
WelcomHeritage Cheetahgarh Resort & Spa is conceptualized keeping in mind to offer our guests with the best wildlife and...

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Rising from the sandy dunes of Rajasthan like a phoenix in stone, Mount Abu with a garland of coniferous trees, flowering shrubs, and otherworldly rugged topography is a true spectacle to behold. This hill station tucked into the rocky plateaus of Aravalli is rife with folklore. Legend has it that the mighty sage Vashishtha performed a great Yajna to defend earth from the perils of evil forces. The pristine Nakki...

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WelcomHeritage Kalyan Bhawan presents the mystical state of Rajasthan in a nifty memorable package. Home to the former ruler of Jaisalmer, Kalyan Bhawan is a centrally located property amidst the walled city of Jaisalmer. Overhauled with provisions to meet the demands of contemporary travelers, the Haveli still has its originality well preserved. The entwined tale of royalty, carvings, and intricate decor...

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WelcomHeritage Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat is a fine juxtaposition of arid topography and lush green orchards. The verbatim of Maharani Bagh is ‘The Queen’s Garden” and was very lovingly gifted by Maharaja Takhat Singh of Jodhpur to his Maharani in the 19th century. The garden is located at the foot of the thickly forested Aravalli Hills that divides the former kingdoms of Jodhpur and Udaipur....

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WelcomHeritage Mandir Palace was built a couple centuries ago by Maharawal Moolraj Ji. This architectural wonder gracefully went through many royal successions and transformations. Well known for its Indo-Saracenic blend of design, ornate balconies, canopies, screen carvings, and stonework, the Palace also has the noticeable feature ‘Badal Vilas’.The tallest structure in townjustifies its name as one...

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WelcomHeritage Mohangarh Fort is believed to beas the youngest fort in India. Build in the year 1944, the fort is 60 km away from Jaisalmer city. The famed yellow sandstone meets bright white marble and colorful stones to create stunning examples of artwork throughout the fort viz. screen work, marble elephants, hand-painted motifs, and monochromatic interludes. With very stimulating architecture, the fort is an...

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WelcomHeritage Mount Valley Resort is at a close proximity to the mighty jungle of Ranthambore. Perched on the hilly terrains where the Aravali Range and plateau of Vindhyas meet, the resort is wrapped with the spectacular views from its surroundings.  Overlooking the Ranthambore National park, the resort has heritage style architecture and its exteriors are made to resonate the Rajasthani heritage. Very...

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The Pink City, with its opulent palaces, bustling markets, and a rainbow of colours, looks like a scene from the tales of Aladdin. Rajasthan’s capital, Jaipur, is studded with places that will bowl you over with their beauty and craftsmanship. The city got its name ever since it was painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales in 1876.

Jaipur is a testament to impeccable planning taught through the...

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The pink city of Jaipur is internationally renowned as a heritage center and one of the most soul-satisfying destinations for lovers of art, history, and architecture. Start your journey through the splendor of Jaipur at WelcomHeritage Traditional Haveli, one of the best hotels near Jaipur railway station. Immerse in the ultimate amalgamation of rich ancient Indian culture and modern comforts.


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