“Weekly Photo Challenge: (Inside)” JALMAHAL JAIPUR.

In Jaipur and in Rajasthan, in olden days Kings and their staff have built their palaces inside the water. I really do not know the process by which they have built these palaces. for me this quiet a architectural wonders as  they are still surviving despite the water around. They are called JALMAHAL, Jal means water and Mahal means palace. It means palace inside water. For me it is a wonder that a pace can survive for so many years inside the water. For me this is architectural wonder.

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37 thoughts on ““Weekly Photo Challenge: (Inside)” JALMAHAL JAIPUR.

    1. Yes but we must admit that techniques used at those times must be so effective and modern that they are still holding after hundreds of years. There is some palace in Jodhpur which have been turned into Hotel by the Royals. I guess that must be great place to stay and visit. But thanks for liking this post.

    1. Hey you need to visit India then, you will enjoy lot of such things. Jaipur, Jodhpur and overall Rajasthan is the right place. But overall all India and other states are places worth visiting. thanks so much.

      1. Yes definitely ! I enjoyed a lot. I too love Jaipur.
        The JalMahal capture goes well with the inside theme for the weekly photo challenge.

    1. Thanks, may be you can visit Jaipur sometimes and see it by yourself. And to add to this there is one palace in Jodhpur which converted into hotel, you can plan to stay over there. I am sure it must be costing bomb…

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