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History and Present
This amazing white island palace of marbles is believed to have once inspired Shah Jahan to build the timeless Taj Mahal for his lady-love while he took shelter in Gul Mahal from Maharana Karan Singh, who initiated the building of this palace in the 17th century. A part of the palace has now been taken over and built into a luxurious hotel, which is known for the lights and the beauty it emits in the evening, especially the reflection on the Lake Pichola, thus making every individual romantic! You are welcomed by two stone elephants at the gate of the Jag Mandir, also don't forget to explore the Gul Mahal, carved from blue stone inside the territory!
Jag Mandir on Palace on Wheels
Inspired by the rulers and emperors of the bygone era and their majestically comfortable and luxurious lifestyle, the Palace on Wheels has been introduced which provides you with all the basic amenities and luxuries that you can dream of with the feel of a Rajput or a Prince of the era while you travel to the golden desert land to explore the forts and palaces, scenic splendour of the lakes and battle scarred monuments.
This time, book your tickets in the Palace On Wheels to make your journey a special one where the biggest benefit is that you don’t need to worry about sightseeing and booking hotels or dinner. The Palace on Wheels train offers you with everything. This luxurious train, inspired by the Rajputs and Mughals comprises of 39 Deluxe Cabins & 2 Super Deluxe Cabins which can accommodate a total of 82 passengers.
The facilities this rolling wheels provide are as below:
• A personal attendant to take care of all your personal needs
• Spa and gym
• Mini bar
• Free wifi
• TVs and DVD players
• News Paper
• Washrooms with hot and cold running water
Supper at Palace on Wheels
You may try Indian (especially Marwari) or other cuisines, like European or continental, prepared by the professional chefs here at the two dining cars, Maharaja and Maharani. The seating arrangement is made into twos and fours.
Generally there is a 7 nights and 8 day package tour across the North Western part of the historically bright country, which begins from New Delhi and heads to Jaipur, then Ranthambore, Chittorgarh, Udaipur – the land of Jag Mandir, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Agra and then back to New Delhi.
So, book your tickets in the Palace on Wheels and travel to the Jag Mandir Palace now! Don’t forget to carry a technically smart camera with high storage so that you don’t miss out any scenic moments!