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To see this you have to pay 610 rupees to get into the site, but there's no historical information on site, so either swat up beforehand or shell out another 450 rupees for a 2-hour guide. Either way, it's not worth it.
I quickly visited this the Lotus Thorne on a very busy Saturday afternoon. Peak tourist time.
My guide pointed out the carvings of the sandstone and the importance.
For me as remarkable as this i spent less than 15mins here
The stone work at the mosque and palace are exquisite! Some of the best ornate work we saw on our time in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh!
It was also a well maintained historical place compared to the many other sites we visited.
However, it’s beauty...More