Thursday, January 28, 2010

Royal Wedding Jaipur: Royal Wedding Palaces in Jaipur

City Palace JaipurJaipur is one of the famous city of Rajasthan also known as pink city. Jaipur got its name as the “Pink City” when in the year 1876; Jaipur was fully clad in pink to welcome Prince Albert and Queen Elizabeth II. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, the desert land tops the list amongst the world’s historical monuments. Jaipur has royal palaces built with precious and semi precious stones, which makes it an exceptional marketplace. Moreover, Jaipur is a dwelling ground to gold and silver jewelry made in “Kundan” and “Meenakari” traditions, which have become legendary these days. Jaipur is very famous for celebrating royal weddings. Famous Celebrities often choose this place to organize their royal wedding there.

The Oberoi Rajvillas: what can be more extravagant in the Pink City than hosting your biggest day of your life at the Oberoi Rajvillas in the midst of the traditional hospitality, home like ambience and food to die for? Apart from these, you and all your guests will have full liberty of the private bar; satellite TV with DVD and CD player, instant laundry, 24*7 rooms dining with butler services and above all an excellent service which is their first priority.

Ram Bagh Palace: Ram Bagh got recognition as a palace in the year 1925 when Maharaja Sawai Man Singh came back here, the palace where he spent all his childhood days. However, its administration was entrusted to the Taj Group of Hotels in 1972 royal wedding palace in jaipur and since then there is no looking back. Rambagh Palace is featured to have the ‘most breath taking gardens in the world’ an abode to the rarest species of local and migratory birds, which will definitely take you to the other world. Now, if you have started dreaming about hosting your wedding ‘the royal style’ then remember Fun Films’ wedding planners are just a minute away from you.

City palace: city palace is located right next to the Hawa Mahal, which is easily reachable from any direction. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh and the constructional idea of this palace is said to have been a mixture of the Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. Besides its excellent architectural beauty and marvelous gardens, City Palace makes a unique impression on the tourists because it owns a costume gallery, displaying all the previous collections of all the maharajas plus the intricate mirror decorations on all its walls, lists this palace a ‘must-see’.

Samode Palace: Samode Palace was build around 400 years ago. It is one of the beautiful palaces in Jaipur and has been build in the most beautiful and attractive place. Samode Palace is very famous for its haveli and fort. It has a complete royal look and famous for hosting royal weddings there.


1589jaipur said...

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