This is a beautiul museum, you get to see so many things here which we cant see in our land. The kings of India were truly royal and so were there stuff. Must visit
This enormous Palace was built between 1929 and 1944, the last major palace built in India. The current member of the line of Maharajahs lives in one part, there is a modest and dull Museum, and the rest is an extremely luxurious hotel (which you aren't allowed near). The Museum is the only part you can enter and it contains... More
Umedh bhawan palace is the most beautiful palace in Rajasthan. The ambience is stunning. The place is excellently maintained. Even the roads leading to the palace were super clean. It did not look like a part of the Jodhpur that we encountered when were going to Mehrangarh Fort. Only a part of the property is allowed for the tourists, the... More
Amazing hotel with matching service. Beautiful grounds, palace public areas jaw dropping. Our room was not great but they made up for it in the most gracious way. Breakfast pastries and bread was ordinary but the granola was exceptional. The spa was also very well run and massage was great. Will be back with friends .
This red stone Palace should be one of the best modern day buildings of India. Started in 1933 to give employment to local populace suffering from drought, it was completed in 1947. Combination of pink stone carvings, domes and geometry give it a perfect look from almost any angle. Museum itself has nothing much to see except vintage cars. One... More
I liked the museum a lot with all its painting and collections of clocks, vintage cars, etc. The view from top over the city is really charming. Take a guide for Rs. 150-200 to show you around.
Although Umaid Bhavan is an excellent structure and a breathtaking building, I think the museum is a bit of a personal glorification used by the present day royals. I would not waste my time on it.
The Umaid Bhavan palace commands a regal, towering, hard to miss presence in Jodhpur. Unfortunately the hotel and even it's restaurants are only accessible to hotel guests. The only way to see atleast something of the palace and the grounds is a visit to the umaid bhavan palace museum. The exhibit largely focuses on the history of the palace, it's... More
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