Coming from Jaipur
Jaipur International Airport
Take Airport Road to Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg / Malviya Nagar Road. Follow Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg to Chaura Rasta Road. Continue on Chaura Rasta Road to Tripolia Bazar, turn left for Choti Chaupar / Choti Chaupad. At Choti Chaupar / Choti Chopad, take the 3rd exit onto Bramhpuri Road / Gangori Bazar Road G straight from Bramhpuri bus stand / auto stand. As you enter Gatore road going towards Gadh Ganesh temple, the Haveli is on the left hand side.
Karma Haveli has its own travel desk and we operate various tour programs, including airport pick up and drop paid facilities.
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As Karma Haveli, Jaipur is located in the middle of a busy street, there are many shops nearby for groceries.
Just next door is Rajiv Kirana store and Nandan Confectionaries.
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Renowned for its Rajasthani village fair theme, Chowki Dhani offers tourist an insight to the life of traditional Rajasthani way of living. Tourists visiting Chowki Dhani experience a celebration of Rajasthani village with music, folk dances, puppet shows, camel and horse rides. This 3-4 hour experience ends with traditional Rajasthani dinner, served in traditionally themed restaurant.
Open from 18:00 to 22:00
12 Miles Tonk Road via Vatika Jaipur, Rajasthan 303905, India
+91 9982322220 | www.chokhidhani.com
Virasat gives you an experience of Rajasthani Royalty of Yesteryears. This Restaurant offers you an insight to Old Rajputana kingdom. Every floor is unique with traditional art and architecture design. The food offered is from all over Rajasthan, well researched and presented as per today’s norms. It’s a place where heritage, culture, tradition is well represented.
Open from 11:00 to 23:00
Sahakar Marg, Plot – B, 22 Godam Cir, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302005, India
+91 141 – 2744482 | www.virasatrestaurant.com
One of the five astronomical observatory built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singhji in the 17th century.
The Jantar Mantar is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments.
Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, Hawa Mahal is situated in the heart of Jaipur. Red and pink sand stone were used to built this marvelous five storey ‘Palace of winds’.
Niros is a landmark restaurant of Jaipur. It’s quite famous with tourists especially foreigners.
This restaurant remains a hot favorites for past many decades till date because of its legendary hospitality and dining experience. The Exquisite cuisine served at Niros has stood changing tastes of generations.
Open from 10:30 to 23:00
Niros Restaurant, Mirza Ismail Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001, India
+91 141 237 4493 | www.nirosindia.com
One of the most popular tourist attractions of Jaipur, Amber fort is located on a hill, is known for its artistic style. Amber fort with many gates and paths overlooks Maota lake.
Famous for its kebabs, this restaurant is centrally located at M.I. road. The restaurant has a well equipped bar. The must try items are Kathi kababs, butter chicken. They also serve tradional Rajasthani dishes like aloo mangodi, bhuna kukad, Chane Jaisalmer.
Open from 12:00 to 15:30 & from 19:00 to 23:00
Maya Mansion, MI Road, Opposite G P O, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001, India
+91 141 491 7115 | www.handirestaurant.com
It was the seat of maharaja of Jaipur and is a palace complex. It is still a royal residence but part of it ‘Chandra mahal’ is now a museum.
Located on Cheel Ka Teela, and overlooking Amber fort, this 3 km by 1 km fort,houses ‘Jaivana’, a cannon on wheel, then the world’s largest.
Commissioned in 1876 AD, Albert hall was designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. The building was constructed by Sawai Ram Singh II as a famine relief to craftsman.
One of the two tiger reserve near Jaipur, Ranthambore is quite famous with tourists as it has more tigers than Sariska and so chances of sightings is more. Located near the city of Sawai Madho pur, Ranthambore also have ruins of ancient temples.
Taj Mahal, one of the 7th wonders of the world is a tourist attraction famous as symbol of love.
Built in 1632 by Mughal King Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Noor Jahan. On the way to Taj Mahal, you can also visit fatehpur sikri and Abhaneri step well and while in Agra do visit Agra fort.
For tourists who would like to have a sunrise and sunset tour to Taj Mahal, this is recommended.
Ajmer is famous for the dargah or the burial site of Moinuddin Chisti, a saint, who is also known as garib nawaz or the benefactor of poor. The dargah is revered by people of many faiths. On the banks of puskar lake is the town of pushkar, where the only temple of Lord Brahma is situated.
Bhangarh is prehistoric ruins of an ancient town, believed to be haunted, and tourists are not allowed after sunset. It houses various historic temples. Abhaneri is a step well, famous for its grandiose. It also has the ancient Hindu temple of ‘Harshat mata’.
A charming double storied palace located in multi level garden with fountains, watercourses and painted pavilions. The palace has many galleries, pavilions and murals depicting scenes from life of Lord Krishna.
Sambhar, also known as Salt Lake City, is the largest Inland salt lake in India. Civilization here goes a long back,and even finds a mention in the great Indian epic of “Mahabharta’ as a place where Devyani and King Yayati got married. History expresses that the lake was a piece of the kingdom of a devil lord known as ‘Brishparva’. As per Hindulegend, the goddess of the Chauhan Rajputs, ‘Shakambari Devi’, converted a dense forest into a plain of silver as payment for some service. Subsequently, at the request of the inhabitants who dreaded the greed and strife that such a possession would beget, Thus the Goddess changed the town of metals into a town with a considerable measure of salt.
Situated 96 kms south west from city of Jaipur, Sambhar houses largest inland saline lake in India, has a tiger reserve and also a national park. It is designated as Ramsar site, wetland of International importance as its is home to many birds which migrate from Northern Asia. Birds like pink flamingos, pelicans, stork, redshanks, sandpipers, black winged stilts are a common site here.
Enmeshed in history, unique in beauty and rich in salt, sambhar lake remains MOTHER NATURES blessing to arid Rajasthan.
This landmark sweet shop, restaurant was established in 1727, and has been delivering quality sweets and Rajasthani food to its patrons. Located in Johari bazar, Jaipur, LMB as it is properly known, have many local and Insternational patrons. The food served is aligned with Indian traditions as enshrined in the ancient Indian texts.
LMS serves 200 various variety of Indian sweets and savory items every day apart from a variety of pickles, syrups and bakery items. The food items from LMB is now distributed pan India and also worldwide. The specialty sweets and preparations include Special Paneer Ghewar, Doodh Phini, Mishri Mawa, Sohan Halwa, Rasmalai, Aloo Tikki, Dahi Vada and Royal Rajasthani Thal.
Rajmandir was the dream of Shri Mehtab chandra Golcha who wanted a cinema hall that will cross the boundary of traditional cinema and will showcase more than just movie. He wanted a cinema hall that could hold his audience for his style and elegance. A cinema that will make his audience feel like that they are the royal guest of a palace and are invited for a complete entertainment.
Rajmandir was his idea that has proud India and over the years has witnessed many movie premiers, and has become one of the most popular tourist place of Jaipur.
Famous of its ancient white marble Jain temple. While digging for construction of house, a large idol of Lord Padmaprabha, the 6th Teeranthakar, was unearthed in 1944. This idol is made of white stone. A temple was constructed on this site in 1945.
Ramgarh lake and ruins of an ancient fort. This lake is situated 32 kms from Jaipur. Forest in and around this lake has been declared a wildlife sanctuary. Due to encroachments, the lake is dry now. But near the there is ruins of an old fort and atemple of Jambwa mata.
This town is located 32 Kms from Jaipur and is famous for its natural dyes and hand block printing. The prints known as bagru prints are famous all over India. Even today, the artists in this town use traditional vegetable color for printing.
Sanganer is a small township situated approximately 16 kilometers away from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Known for its famous handmade paper industry and the textile printing industry. The handmade paper industry was started by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1728. There are 10 handmade paper industries now. Sanaganer prints are one of its own kinds as patterns in bright colours are printed in the background of white. Sanganeri block printing received ‘Geographical Indiacation’ tag in 2010.
Sanganer is a famous pilgrimage town for Jain community because of a very ancient Jain Temple made by Red stone. The ancient Shri Digamber Jain temple of Sanganer is 16 km from Jaipur. In this temple the Principal Deity the Lord Adinath (Rishabh Dev), the first Tirthankara are supposed to be 4000 years old. The ancient Shri Digambara Jain temple of Sanganer has fine carvings that are comparable to the Dilwara Temples of Mount Abu that are built in many phases. There are seven underground floors, the temple and its treasures are guarded by Yakshas in the form of snakes. The underground portion is closed to public as per ancient belief.