Ramgarh Lake, Jamuva Ramgarh
The lodge is located 250 km from Delhi, 25 kms from Jaipur
: Deluxe hotel
About the Hotel
The Ramgarh Lodge is located amidst lush gardens and overlooks the Ramgarh
Lake. The lodge exudes an air of history as it was once the hunting lodge of
the former Maharaja of Jaipur.
18 air-conditioned rooms.All rooms are elegantly appointed and have a
television set. Four rooms offer a view of the lake.
Restaurants and Bars
A dining hall serving Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine.
Recreation options include boating on the lake (October-June), trekking in
the mountains, fishing, jeep drives to the nearby jungle, and visiting a
carpet village and a marble quarry. The hotel also has various indoor
activities such as tennis, badminton, billiards, squash and swings for the
The City Palace
In the heart of the old city lies the royal residence of the erstwhile King
of Jaipur. Built using a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal styles, the palace
has carved arches, supported by grey-white marble columns, decorated with
floral motifs created with gold and colored stones. Two carved marble
elephants guard the entrance. The palace houses a Museum with a superb
collection of Rajasthani costumes. The museum also houses an armoury of
Mughal and Rajput weaponry, with swords of different shapes and sizes with
ornamental handles - some of them inlaid with enamel and embellished with
jewels and encased in magnificent scabbards.
Built in 1799 A.D., the Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds is a major Rajput
landmark. This five-storied building along the main street of the old city
is a pink sandstone masterpiece with semi-octagonal and delicately
honeycombed windows. The monument was originally conceived with the aim of
enabling ladies of the royal household to watch the everyday life and royal
processions in the city - in absolute privacy.
Govind Devji Temple
This popular spire less temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna is located in the
central pavilion of the Jai Niwas Garden. The image of the patron
deity-Govind Devji, originally installed in a temple in Vrindavan.