Madhuban, run by the erstwhile ruling family of Patan offers a home away from home, with comfortable rooms, a relaxed ambience and the pleasure of traditional Rajasthani hospitality.

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Nouvini Picks Madhuban as one of their favourite hotels in India

The adventure Nouvini is above all, a passion for adventure, a passion for travel which is in all of us.. The agency was founded by French , Australian and English expatriates here in Mauritius, which have over over 20 years experience in travel and more than sixty countries visited. It is also a heart of […]

WHAT YOU NEED TO CHECK IN

For Foreigners and Non Residential Indians Passports and Valid Visas are necessary . So please carry them with you. We cannot check in foreign nationals without these. For Indian Nationals Please carry a Photo ID proof. Either passport , driving license or voter ID card with you to ensure check in .This will be required […]

FREE PICK UP FROM THE TRAIN & BUS STATION

We have a free pick up service from the train and bus station for direct bookings only. Please inform your time and mode of arrival, by email or by calling us at 0141 2200033 or 2205427.

Trains passing through Jaipur

If you’re looking for a great place to book air and rail tickets, head over to Cleartrip. Here’s the result page from their train search listing all the trains that pass through Jaipur. If you’re travelling from Delhi, we recommend the Shatabdi. It starts from Delhi early in the morning and reaches Jaipur by 10:45 […]

A distance chart for Rajasthan

A chart of road distances between all major cities of Rajasthan. Delhi, Bombay, Agra and Ahmedabad are in there as well. Use it to figure out distances. To figure out how long it’ll take you to get from point A to point B use this simple rule of thumb — it takes five hours to cover 200 kilometers in a bus and four hours if you have a car. The average speed on most Indian roads is around 80 kmph.

Why Jaipur is called the Pink City

A flamboyant showcase of Rajasthani architecture and flair at its most irresistible, the Pink City of Jaipur has long been established on tourist itineraries as the third corner of India’s “Golden Triangle”, just 300km southwest of Delhi and 200km west of Agra. Though the “Pink City” label applies specifically to the old walled quarter of […]

A Brief History of Jaipur

Jaipur is one of Rajasthan’s younger cities, founded in 1727. In 1700, Jai Singh II succeeded at the tender age of thirteen to the throne of the Kuchwaha Rajputs in Amber, inheriting a realm that encompassed Shekhawati to the north, and spread east to the borders of the kingdom of the Jats at Bayana, south […]