About Pal haveli :
The Pal Haveli find pride in one acre of land in the veritable heart of the Sun City and in one of Jodhpur's finest heritage properties.
The newly renovated 21 room retain their old world warmth and grace with their understated elegance, teakwood ceilings, private terraces and spacious bathroom facilities. A television, snack bar and a 24-hour room service lend it a hint of modernity and make it an ideal travel destination.
The restaurants offer you a gastronomic delight in local cuisine. Each spoonful is distinctly different from the other in taste and flavor and carrier forth the culinary traditional of the region which is centuries old.
Candlelight dinners on the terrace from where the main monuments and the entire city is on view, is a bonus no other hotel can offer.
Originally, the room of the patriarch of the family which retains its original structure and most of the furniture but has a few modern amenities added to it.
Stone staircases and painted corridors lead up to the rooms. All the 21 rooms and suites belonged to the family members.
Room 101 was My Grand Father's bedroom
Room 102 was My Grand Mother's bedroom
Room 103 was My Grand Great Grand Mother's bedroom
The leitmotif of the interiors of all the rooms is designs, vegetable dyes and local weavers. The rooms have been simply yet tastefully done up.
Although the Haveli is located amidst the crowded old city but once you're within its precincts, all the hustle and bustle just fade away. You're in a home-away-form-a home.
Other Activities :
• Money Exchange
• Doctor On Call
• Business Center (Broadband Connection)
• 24 Hours room service
• Travel Desk
• Village Safari organize
• Travel Related Info & Guidance
PAL HAVELI MUSEUM :
presents examples of the rich heritage of the family of Pal who built and furnished this edifice more than two hundred years ago. Representing various generations are antique items from the personal collection of the family, which afford the viewer an authentic glimpse into royal life from the past and the present.
The greatest treasure in our museum is a painting of the GODDESS CHAMUNDA which was brought to Jodhpur by the founder of Pal Haveli, Umaid Karan accompanied Maharaja Tahkat Singh from Idar in Gujarat to jodhpur as the new maharaja in the early 19th century. The painting is 460 years old. The Goddess Chamunda is one of the avatars of the Goddess Durga.
“PALANQUINE” (palki) which was used as and mode of transportation for females in the past days.
“HINDOLAS” these are the swings of god, beautifully carved with the most efficient hands and also blessed with the marvelous gold work done on them to give it more charm.
CRADLES (palna) were universally used for babies of the family. These two cradles belonged to Thakur Sahib Idan Singh, and the present owner of Pal Haveli, Thakur Bhawani Singh, his son.
ISHAR and GANGAUR are the four-foot tall human representations of the god Ishar, and his wife, the goddess Gangaur. In family homes, during the Ganguar festival in early spring, the figures are brought outside, offered special food and drink and dressed in garlands of roses. The festival is celebrated by the women of Rajasthan who ask the goddess to bless their husbands and give them long life and good health.
Gulab Sagar, Near Clock Tower
Jodhpur - 342001 (Rajasthan) - INDIA