Monday, December 14, 2009

Rajasthan Tourism--Unseen Rajasthan Special-Bhandarej Palace

These photos are taken from "Bhandarej".This is 70 Kms aways from Jaipur.Best mode to reach there is Car.One of the very old Palace now converted into Hotel.Tent accommodation on demand available too.
Palace Entrance
Full View From Outside.
Entrance to Rooms
Lord Ganesha on Entrance

Swords on Gate
Cemented Sofa
Wall Paintings
Palace View from Terrace
Palace Umbrella
Tent Accommodation
Front View
Palace Room
Palace Restaurant
Old Store RoomSnake Tree

Best time to visit is from September to December.

109 comments:

Olivier said...

c'est magnifique, un palace de reve

ladyviral said...

preserving an old place to be a hotel.. nice :).

Luciana P. said...

Olá, Unseen, parabéns pelo show de imagens. Maravilhosas!
Um lugar lindo e deslumbrante.

Beijos!
Uma ótima semana para você!

Gaston Studio said...

Beautiful and beautiful photos! Love that snake tree.

Clytie said...

Wow! What a wonderful old palace - I should like to stay there. In one of the tents I think. But I would stay away from that tree - it looks like a real snake! Fantastic photos!!!

sideny said...

Ola

Lindas fotos.

Belo palacio:}}

Ñoco Le Bolo said...

• looking…

What a beautiful place for spending a week! Nice tents but I suppose inside hotel is better.
Thanks for visiting me.

• best regards
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CristalRasgado & LaMiradaAusente

Carver said...

These are beautiful buildings and arches. I love the intricate carvings. Also the tree in the last shot is amazing.

altadenahiker said...

So that snake tree must be carefully trained to grow that way?

A gentleman from Mumbai joined my tour at The Huntington and I told him all about your site and how much it has taught me.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Bharat: Amazing place, you truly showed it quite well.

foongpc said...

That really looks like a snake on the tree! : )

Diane AZ said...

The palace looks like a wonderful place to visit with interesting architectural details and painted ornamention. Neat snake tree too!

Hellag said...

olá...umas fotos lindíssimas, dum lugar belo e cheio de história...como é bom conhecer outros lugares, sentada nesta cadeira...e ver através dos olhos de outras pessoas...outros olhares...parabéns

Everson Russo said...

Beautiful photos, congratulatinos...good weed for you...

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Beautiful details on these buildings!!!!

Mª Angeles y Jose said...

Rincones y motivos llenos de belleza...bonitas fotos.

Besos

George said...

What a beautiful place. It would be wonderful to be able to stay in a palace. Thanks for sharing this with us.

Jacob said...

A fantastic series! You have striven to give us a thorough tour of this palace and have succeeded!

I think I would like to stay at this grand hotel. But I'd forgo the tent accommodations.

Anya said...

Wow!!
Amazing post :-)
Thanks for sharing ...

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A beautiful place! Really unique.

Cheers,

Rosa

tossan® said...

Photo perfectly and very beautiful. Transmits peace

Conceição Duarte said...

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Site has come to know and I'm really enjoying it, I ask to google translate everything so that I can better understand its history is very complex and interesting.
Some friends of mine went to India and back in love, of course it is a completely different place for us and different from ours, but it is certainly beautiful and full of spirituality.
I would like to ask you some questions about the education of you, about the lives they lead there, you answer me? You can also ask me questions about Brazil and about us, okay?
I look a big kiss, CON

Lucy said...

Fantastic photos!!! Thank you so much for sharing.

aa said...

A beautiful hotel! Excellent and interesting details!
Good week!

Janie said...

What an interesting place to stay. The paintings and architecture are lovely. The tent accommodations look pretty fancy, too.

Kilauea Poetry said...

This is another great series..I love the pretty arch and the wall paintings too! Really nice job and share-
Thankyou-

Sônia Brandão said...

A beleza das fotos me dá uma vontade muito grande de conhecer esse lugar.

SandyCarlson said...

I wonder about that cement sofa amid all that splendor. What a beautiful place. That snake tree is very interesting.

Q said...

You live in an amazing country.
I love all the history and old buildings.
I would love to visit someday.
Thank you.
Sherry

RNSANE said...

Like so many people who have treasured Indian friends and who have been blessed to visit your marvelous country, your blog keeps us connected across the great distances. I want to express my thanks for the beautiful photographs. I always check here and at magiceye's photography and travel sites.

This palace and hotel is beautiful. What a luxury it would be to stay here! I would be quite content with a tent room! In fact, I could set up my own tent in the distance and just be happy looking at the palace!

Talon said...

That tree is one of the coolest trees I've ever seen!

India certainly has some gorgeous architecture! Wonderful photos, Bharat!

Pietro said...

Wonderful place indeed! All very fine pictures, the cemented sofa and the wall paintings are amazing!
Great post!

yyam said...

I love that the place looks authentic and not commercialized, retaining the original splendour. Thanks for sharing.

claude said...

Nice visit ! The snake tree is very curious.

The Holy Lama said...

Seems to have been built at different periods. There are different types of architecture and decorations. Fantastic photos as always.

Lynn said...

What a lovely hotel and the tent accommodations do not look bad either!

Destiny's child... said...

Wow! Those pics are amazing and you've got a really informative and interesting blog here! I have always wanted to visit Rajasthan....:)

Ferreira-Pinto said...

What a wonderful old palace! A perfect symbol of magnificent India.

Rajesh said...

Magnificent, never heard of this place before.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Gorgeous palace. Thanks for sharing this one with us.
Betsy

Vagabonde said...

I love all castles and palaces and yours is magnificent. The snake tree is quite unusual – I have never seen one like it.

Valentim Coelho said...

Hello
beautiful architecture. your country is very beautiful places.
best regards

RENATA MARIA PARREIRA CORDEIRO said...

Hello, my dear friend!
Beautiful Post!
Magnificent shots and words! Loved so much *
Thank´s, Bathar *
Have a nice week *
* Kisses*
Renata

fufu said...

this palace certainly looks alike the topkapi palace in istanbul turkey =p

as arteiras said...

The place is very pretty. E the photos had been excellent.
A good week prá you.
Kisses!
As arteiras

James said...

A great place and the pictures are wonderful. I like that snake tree.

as arteiras said...

Mimo in mine has one blog for you. It catches!
As arteiras

Mo said...

Beautiful.

It's Time to Live said...

I do not travel far from my home very often. Thanks for letting us travel through your world and your blog! It was great.

Ayie said...

That looks like a very neat place...well preserved.

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Tammie Lee said...

the intricate detail you show us goes on and on. I love seeing this.

José Ramón said...

Thanks for visiting Creativity and imagination of Jose Ramon and photos for your feedback. You have a very interesting blogs. Regards

ρομπερτ said...

Love how the man sits in the first picture and waits that time passes by, in and out of this gate.
Must be wonderful to spend some time there, both for mankind and time itself.
Please have a wonderful Wednesday.

Maria said...

wow... a beautiful place and ...
I've NEVER seen a snake tree! amazing!
Stay well ~ Maria

Shell Sherree said...

I've never seen a snake tree before, either ~ so many beautiful things to admire here, Unseen Rajasthan!

BC said...

Thank you for your visit but now I only write in other blog, is name is sletras.
Isabel

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Bharat:)

Greetings:)

Lovely photos, gorgeous and grandiose palace, beautiful paintings and the snake tree is a great wonder.

All in all a treat to watch and read your interesting narration. Many thanks for sharing.

Have a nice day Bharat:)
Joseph

Gisa said...

Uauuuuuu beautiful !!!!
Lovely photos.

exposemaximum said...

what a beautiful palace !

Regina said...

Beautiful and wonderful!
Hello Bharat. Thank you so much for dropping by. I been away for a while. I'm back now.

Kamana said...

interesting tree! that's one place i dream of visiting one day - rajasthan

Maggie May said...

I particularly love that snake tree but all your photos are good.

Nuts in May

ruma2008 said...

Thank you for showing wonderful scenery.

From the Far East.
Greetings.

Carla said...

imagens fabulosas
kiss

Hilary said...

Lovely photos as always. That snake tree is so cool.

We love Luna said...

Wonderful set of pictures, this place is amazing and thanks so much for sharing!you blog is always great!
purrs and love
Luna

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Very nice photos and especially the tent accommodations.

neide said...

Unseen Hello, I Etave problems with my mouse, for that reason could not visit friends ... now everything is fine.

Wonderful photos. Your corner always gives us a nice trip.

I wish you a great weekend.

Bjsss

Valter Montani said...

very beautiful places, Thanks for sharing!

Roses and Lilacs said...

How exotic and lovely it looks to someone from Midwestern America. The wall paintings are beautiful and the snake tree so unusual.
Marnie

DoanLegacy said...

What a wonderful and beautiful place! Your photos are amazing..

lizziviggi said...

So beautiful! I would love to see it in person someday! That snake tree is amazing-- I've never seen anything like it.

William said...

Tent accommodation! Wow.

Annie said...

What a beautiful place to stay. That snake tree is fantastic. I've never seen anything like it.

. intemporal . said...

.

. dear friend .

. fantastic pics . congratulations .

. best regards,,, .

. paulo .

.

Amin said...

Hi Bharat Khatri.You blog is nice and cool.Thank you for viziting to my site. All your photos are beautiful.

Renee said...

I love going with you on your travels.

xoxo

joo said...

I somehow managed to miss this post! It's amazing, and the snake tree is fabulous!
Greetings:)

Barb said...

wonderful photos....Barb

Babzy said...

wwow , superb , i love the last shot of the snake tree , never seen it before :)

Amias said...

Oh my goodness, these are so very beautiful --- I would have loved to visited these places.

Thank you for dropping in at my place, and I will be back to enjoy some of these wonders!

Bergson said...

admirable visit

Asha Letha said...

The place looks beautiful and romantic. It has an old world charm. Would like to visit some day.

MedaM said...

I enlarged each photo. I wanted to see better those wonderful wall decorations and other beautiful details. And that snake tree is just amazing. Great post!

amatamari© said...

Oh this post is fantastic: seems
enter in a fairytale!
Wonderful series! Thanks!
:-)

Graça Pereira said...

Fotos maravilhosas.Lugares de sonho!
Tudo muito bonito.
Um ano novo de 2010 muito feliz para ti. Com saúde, paz e alefria.
Um beijo
Graça

Jeeves said...

Lovely snaps

Un regard offert said...

C'est splendide !

Birgitta said...

Beautiful photos from beautiful places!

Wanderley Elian Lima said...

Obrigado pela visita ao meu blog, e por ter gostado. Volte sempre.
Belas fotos.
Grande abraço

Pelos caminhos da vida. said...

Um momento doce e cheio de significado para as nossas vidas.
É tempo de repensar valores, de ponderar sobre a vida e tudo que a cerca.
É momento de deixar nascer essa criança pura, inocente e cheia de esperança que mora dentro de nossos corações.
É sempre tempo de contemplar aquele menino pobre, que nasceu numa manjedoura, para nos fazer entender que o ser humano vale por aquilo que é e faz, e nunca por aquilo que possui.

Noite cristã, onde a alegria invade nossos corações trazendo a paz e a harmonia.

O Natal é um dia festivo e espero que o seu olhar possa estar voltado para uma festa maior, a festa do nascimento de Cristo dentro de seu coração.
Que neste Natal você e sua família sintam mais forte ainda o significado da palavra amor, que traga raios de luz que iluminem o seu caminho e transformem o seu coração a cada dia, fazendo que você viva sempre com muita felicidade.

Também é tempo de refazer planos, reconsiderar os equívocos e retomar o caminho para uma vida cada vez mais feliz.
Teremos outras 365 novas oportunidades de dizer à vida, que de fato queremos ser plenamente felizes.

Que queremos viver cada dia, cada hora e cada minuto em sua plenitude, como se fosse o último.
Que queremos renovação e buscaremos os grandes milagres da vida a cada instante.
Todo Ano Novo é hora de renascer, de florescer, de viver de novo.
Aproveite este ano que está chegando para realizar todos os seus sonhos!

FELIZ NATAL E UM PRÓSPERO ANO NOVO.

beijooo.

Pena said...

My Friend:
YOU are a genius?
Thank you very much for the beautiful words expressed in my blog. It is an honor to be here, where it pours beautifully.
I'm sorry by my Português ..
Friendly hug of respect and admiration.
THANK YOU.
. Where to admire him.

pena

Merry Christmas for you and your family.!

Sereia said...

Bom dia.
Belas fotos.
Muito obrigado pela visita.
Bjs

La sonrisa de Hiperión said...

Son encantadoras todas las fotografía... Todas ellas saben a té.

Saludos y un abrazo.

Marcos Campos said...

Hi!!
Very beautifull places and photos!
See you!

Rafael Castellar das Neves said...

Wonderful places, my friend!

Keep pubblishing this kind of images from your peoples..

regards...

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Beautiful place to stay. I've never seen a snake tree before!

Sweetie said...

Thank you seen it.
Nice blog ... I am fascinated by India, its people, its culture ...
Come again.
Kiss my

SAM said...

Beautiful architecture and interesting tree! Congratulations for the photos. Merry Christmas!

John`s Photography said...

Fabulous set of pictures!

porta aberta said...

its beautiful photos, and magnificent post!

Gleidston said...

wonderful photos and I loved the information contained in the blog
Parabens.

Gleidston c.

:: flyingstars :: said...

this is one of my favourite places...simply beautifully captured shots...lovely!

Ted Roth said...

Beautiful images nd the new web site is terrific. Very tempting!

somyaa said...

I felt a very nice wibe when I opened this website believe me :)I think your effort to show people real Rajasthan is appreciable.
I hope one day I will experience it too :)
By the way thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.
All the best!

MyMaracas said...

The tents look like a fun place to stay. As always, beautiful photos. And I have never seen a snake tree before.

Javier said...

This is an amazing blog you have here! Congrtulations!

Rebecca said...

The snake tree is so interesting.

Sapna Sapien said...

wowwwwwwwww...thats a real tree? its amazingggggggg