Meet the original Maharajas and Maharanis
Flourishing in shades of turquoise, burgundy and silver, elegantly strutting amidst rich foliage.Blades of green sway in the glorious winds of yesteryear, for these roots are anchored in tradition. Where Kings and Queens have built splendid palaces and grace has found form in stone and wood.
RAMBAGH PALACE, JAIPUR
Rambagh Palace is a melodious ode to Rajasthan’s royal heritage. Each corner of the resplendent Palace depicts the rich flora and fauna of our nation. The influence of our national bird in the interiors of the Palace comes through gracefully.
TAJ LAKE PALACE, UDAIPUR
The Mewari jewel perched in the middle of a lake was built between 1743 and 1746. The erstwhile summer Palace plays host to beautiful migratory birds that visit Lake Pichola and grace us with their presence.
UMAID BHAWAN PALACE, JODHPUR
An architectural marvel built from 1928 to 1943, is home to the Jodhpur royal family. Its majestic interiors boast of intricately carved sculptures of lions, horses, peacocks and elephants that are the artistic embodiment of our rich fauna.
TAJ FALAKNUMA PALACE, HYDERABAD
Built in 1894, the former abode of the Nizam, the Palace is a jewel amongst the clouds. Sitting atop a hill, enveloped by a thicket of trees, it is home to 80 species of birds who strut around the Palace with poise.
THE TAJ MAHAL PALACE, MUMBAI
Overlooking the majestic Gateway of India, the Palace was built in 1903. Located in the heart of Mumbai, the luxury Palace is gilded with flora that is a refreshing sight for the eyes.