5 Lesser Known Palaces of Rajasthan to Host your Royal Wedding
We live in a country which is diverse in every sense of the word – language, seasons, people, race and even landscapes! Now add to this a rich history spanning eras of Maharajas, Maharanis, and their aristocratic lifestyle! Monarchy might be a thing of the past, but their resplendent palaces still hold a special place in our hearts. Don’t you think your fairytale deserves a royal start to your ‘happily ever after’? Take a look at these five lesser-known Palaces of Rajasthan that are perfect venues to host your dream wedding!
1. Suryagarh Palace, Jaisalmer
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A fine blend of comfort, excellence and consistency makes Suryagarh Palace an excellent venue for your destination wedding. They say each stone of Suryagarh has a story!
Know more about Suryagarh Palace here.
2. Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner
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Lallgarh Palace of Bikaner is situated deep in the heart of the Thar desert. The palace has withstood time and the harsh desert sun. The charm and splendour of the royal age still persist in Lallgarh Palace!
Know more about Lallgarh Palace here.
3. Jagmandir Palace, Udaipur
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Built on an island in Lake Pichola, Jagmandir Palace is also known as Lake Garden Palace. It’s astoundingly beautiful and I am sure being surrounded by water on all sides adds to the beauty!
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4. Neemrana Fort Palace, Neemrana
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Neemrana Fort is one of the oldest palaces near Jaipur. The vintage, old school charm of this place will instantly make you fall in love with it!
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5. Nahargarh Palace, Ranthambore
The Nahargarh Palace in Ranthambore is situated right next to the National Park. It’s a Rajput-inspired hunting palace surrounded by a 16th-century style fortress. The steep-well pool looks inviting!
Know more about Nahargarh Palace here.
Don’t let go of this chance to live your dream wedding!