Jaipur – the city of victory is one of the most vibrant cities of India. The only planned city of its time was built in 1727 by Sawai Jai Singh II. Designed by a young Bengali architect, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, the famous Pink City was not always pink. It originally was light grey. Later in 1883 in the honor of Prince Albert’s visit it was painted Pink – the traditional color of hospitality. It will amaze you with the brilliant architecture of its palaces and forts, colorful markets, museums, gardens and busy streets. You must not forget to try the variety of traditional cuisine to make your trip a memorable one.
Jaipur today is a blend of tradition and modernity. If you want to witness the city at its best, plan your visit during some festival like Elephant festival, Teej festival, Kite festival and Gangaur.
The traditional Haveli built by renowned Vaidya Prabhu Dutt Ji Shastri in 1965 who was the Founder Principal of National Institute of Ayurveda. The Haveli consist of six guest rooms on the first floor and a dining hall. Every room comes with air conditioned and equipped with attached bath. It meet the highest levels of hygiene and cleanliness and provide quality linen and furniture.
Location: Just inside the first gate of walled city when you are coming from Delhi, 1.5 km before from Hawa Mahal and 4.5 km from the Railway Station.
You will be received by a warm & vibrant family which is rooted in Indian culture & traditions yet modern in outlook. The family is headed by Vaidya Shyam Sunder Sharma, M.D. Ayurveda in Kayachikitsa and Panchkarma. He is working as professor at Ayurvedic Institution of Rajasthan. Also he is a renowned Ayurvedic physician with expertise in Keraliya Panchkarma and Rheumatic Arthritis. You will be looked after mainly by his daughter-in-law Nidhi Sourabh Sharma, M. Tech. in Computer Science. She also is Naturopathy cum yoga expert and a holistic advisor. You may get some unforgettable yoga experience under her guidance if you are inclined.
Nidhi serves pure vegetarian traditional Rajasthani cuisine and north Indian food. Breakfast can be like Milk-Cornflakes, Stuffed Paratha with curd and pickle, Idli, Upma, Poha, Butter Toast, Jam Toast or Puri Bhaji. Dinner should be a combination of local Rajasthani and north Indian cuisines. You can enjoy your meals either in private or with the host while chating with other family members.
Parking • Wi-fi • LED TV • Split AC in every room • 24 x 7 running Hot & Cold Water • Dining Area • Bon-fire • Yoga and Naturopathy • First Aid • Acupressure on demand • Iron Board, Hair straightener and Dryer on Demand
Shopping • Food and Heritage Walk • City Walk • Elephant Ride
Single Person: 1450/-
Double Occupancy: 2450/-
Extra Person: 800/-
Includes: Breakfast, Morning & Evening Tea
Upto 6 year: Complimentary (no extra bed)
6-12 Year: 400/-
12 year onward: 800/-
Govind Devji (1 km) • Hawa Mahal and City Palace (1.5 km) • Jantar Mantar (2 km) • Jal Mahal (2.5 km) • Albert Hall (3.5 km) •
Amer Fort (6 km) • Nahargarh and Jaigarh Fort (11 km) • Monkey Temple Galta Ji (11 km) • Sambhar Salk Lake (81 km) • Bhangarh (82 km) • Abhaneri (98 km) • Lotwara (102 km) • Sariska National Park (107 km) • Ajmer (134 km) • Nawalgarh (141 km) • Pushkar (145 km)
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