This place was granted as a jagir (fiefdom) in 1645 AD to Thakur Bhoj Pal by his father the Maharaja of Karauli. The name of this place honours Lord Rama, who, it is believed, camped here while on his epic journey to Lanka. Today, this Fort belongs to Thakur Brijendra Raj Pal and his family who are descendents of the founder. The fort has a strong perimeter wall crowned with parapets. Its ramparts are wide and offer a spectacular view from the hilltop. Inside there is a multi-story palace, parts of which are being restored using traditional building techniques and local craftspeople. Stone lattices and a painted ceiling ornament the otherwise simple facilities. It was, after all, designed to be a battle fort. A complete walking tour of the village, a small hamlet of farmers and herders, takes about 3 hours. You see all kinds of work associated with tending crops and animals, and caring for children. Absent is a bazaar with commercial traffic or food stalls. After the sun goes down, Bhajan-singing and community activities are more common than radio or television. Among its numerous shrines, the Ganesh Mandir and Shiva Mandir give the best flavour of local religious life. The pure white marble idol of Lord Shiva, the great Ascetic, is a masterpiece of early 18th century craftsmanship. Bring your camera and be ready to tell about your family and home because the people of this village are curious to learn about you too!
These rooms are similar to the suites above but without a private terrace. Instead, they open out onto an open courtyard. These rooms can also serve as two connecting rooms for use by a family of four or a group of friends.
The dining room is the main gathering place for eating, drinking and socializing. What were once stables for horses is now a totally renovated commons area for this Fort . Comfortable seating in a rustic open space set the stage for a good time. The bar is well stocked with bottled water, soft drinks, cold beer, wine and liquor. The food at this place is special! Menus favor delicious regional fare prepared carefully in the family kitchen using farm-fresh seasonal produce. Guests enjoy authentic local flavors created by traditional cooking methods. Meals typically include whole grain breads such as wheat, millet and barley, fresh yogurt salads, sumptuous curries of meat, poultry and legumes, delicious vegetable dishes and fresh homemade desserts. Meticulous hygienic conditions are maintained to protect the well being of all guests. And if you have a special dietary concern, the cook is very accommodating!
Distance from Major Cities - Jaipur (165 kms), Kota (195 kms), Agra (195 kms), Gwalior (215 kms), Gurgaon (306 kms), Faridabad (310 kms), New Delhi (326 kms), Noida (331 kms) Travel Assistance is Available Car Rental can be provided. Pick up and Drop Off on request.
Bird Watching in Kailsil Lake : Kailisil Lake is a major source of Migratory birds about 40 kms from Karauli. Water birds are the big attraction of Kalisil Lake. There are plenty of local water fowl like kingfishers, sarus cranes, stilts and herons to see year round. A two to three seater boat equipped with paddles and life-vests is available for rent with or without a guide to bird watch.
Check In: 12:00 pm
Check Out: 12:00 pm
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