The glimpses of a rich Rajput heritage visible all around the city. The best of all was ofcourse the Cheetar palace , or Umaid Bhavan palace.
Shopping here was a delight- the prices of colourful Rajasthani artefacts traditional shoes, clothes (Muslim tie-dye), puppet, spices and small trinkets, leather goodies, wooden handicrafts, iron handicrafts, wooden reproduction furniture, wrought iron furniture were very competitive. The quality of the goods was exquisite.
Eating - The food is on the spicier side but the sweets 'take the cake' The sweets made of cottage cheese annd savouries stuffed with sweetened and dried milk and dry fruits are heavenly. One bite of the famous Green pepper "Wada" wou...Read More