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A Date with Royalty...

May 2014

Rajasthan is known for its Forts, Legendary Heroes and Festivals which is unique for its grandeur in the country, where diversity of the style can be seen.
Gala Dinners are becoming more and more popular as the culminating point for all types of events, incentives and conferences, and also as prestigious events in their own right.

If you want a taste of traditional Rajasthan flavour in a truly royal ambience, the City Palace Jaipur is a perfect destination for a royal meal venue.

The world famous palace of Jaipur which is popularly known as City Palace was built by the Kachhwaha ruler of Amber Sawai Jai Singh in early 18th century.
The different Mahals of this palace are decorated with pillars, arches, Mehrabs, and grills and also with beautiful inlay works.
The City Palace has a number of gardens, courtyards and buildings and the palace is a classic example of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The rooms at the City Palace are embellished with mirrors and gold lacquer. It is believed that the rooms were decorated by master craftsmen in the 18th century.

A special meal with a choice of a traditional Rajasthani "Thal" (platter) setting or a continental four course menu is offered. There would also be light live instrumental music or traditional Rajasthani dances.
Alternatively the guests could also have dinner at the royal pavilion itself, which overlooks the sprawling Jai Niwas Garden and offers a panoramic view of the old city of Jaipur. There will be a cultural program of dance and music and a display of fireworks, to go with the event.

For the exclusive people there is place, never seen by tourists, unless one is known to the Royal Family, an exquisitely ornate room with mirrors and gold lacquer, decorated by the master craftsmen of the 18th Century, who used the ancient Indian technique of mica in place of glass, to create, undoubtedly, the most beautiful room in the Palace.

The guests will have cocktails here and then proceed for dinner to another fabulously beautiful room, decorated in the early 19th Century, with gold leaf floral motifs on its walls and ceilings. The walls of the room have Moghul paintings. The best of the 19th Century silver and filigree work of Jaipur can be seen here. The most important piece of furniture is the fabulous lalique table made especially for the Maharaja of Jaipur.

Royal House

Royal Procession

Royal Procession

Royal Welcome with horses

Dinner and Rajasthani dances

Garlanding at the private entrance of Royal residences

Visit to Shobha Niwas