The ruling family of Karauli, descendants of lord Krishna, are recognized as the head of the Yaduvanshi Rajputs, Karauli, a holy city, lying 160 kms. From Jaipur, was founded in 1348 A.D. and is the venue for the annual Kaila Devi fair. Karauli is also famous for its place, red-stone. The old city place has impressive and exquisite architectural features, stone carvings, intricate lattice work and frescoes all preserved in immaculate condition. Of special importance is the Durbar Hall.
A serene rural environment and an opportunity to see historical monuments as well as the temples of Kaila Devi and Madan Mohanji make a visit to Karauli memorable.
Swimming and billiards facilities available. Excursions to nearby places of importance can be arranged. Camel, horse and bullock cart rides through the village can be interesting.
25 double rooms. Rajasthani and Indian cuisine
- By road: Jaipur-160 kms
- By Train: Gangapur City-81 kms
- By air: Jaipur-160 Kms