The Rambagh Palace
THE RAMBAGH PALACE
The Rambagh Palace, located in Jaipur, India, is a magnificent palace turned hotel that boasts of a rich cultural history in the capital of Rajasthan.
One of the most spectacular features of the Rambagh is its vibrant peacock population, found roaming throughout the palace grounds.
JEAN MARIE CLARKE, OUR FOUNDER, HAND FEEDNG THE PEACOCKS!
"Peacocks have been a part of the Rambagh Palace's history for many years."
The peacocks at Rambagh Palace add even more charm and majesty to the palace grounds. These gorgeous birds are known for their iridescent blue and green plumage, long striking tails, and their distinctive crest of feathers on their heads.
Peacocks have been a part of the Rambagh Palace's history for many years. The palace was originally built in 1835 as a residence for the queen's favorite handmaiden, and it was later converted into a hotel. The palace's gardens were designed to create a haven for wildlife, including peacocks, and to provide a serene and tranquil environment for the palace's inhabitants.
Today, the peacocks at Rambagh Palace continue to roam freely within the palace grounds. They are treated as a cherished part of the palace's history and legacy, and add a unique ambience unlike any hotel in the world.
If you find yourself in Jaipur, a trip to the Rambagh Palace is an absolute must. The palace's staff takes great care to ensure that the peacocks are well-fed and looked after, and they are happy to share their knowledge and stories about these fascinating birds with visitors. If you are lucky, you might even have the opportunity to hand feed these magnificent creatures or watch as they spread their plumage in one of the most impressive mating displays you'll ever witness.
MORE ON THE HISTORY OF THE PALACE
Before marrying Maharani Gayatri Devi in 1938, Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II had the palace renovated furthur to have a Suite designed by his favourite designer, Hammond’s of London. He presented it as the surprise gift to her which today is known as the famous “Maharani Suite”.
The Rambagh Palace, also known as the "Jewel of Jaipur", is located in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. It is now a heritage hotel run by the Taj Hotels and resorts. Many celebrities had stayed in the Palace, including British India’s Last Viceroy Lord Louis Mountbatten and Lady Edwina Mountbatten, Former American First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Lady Diana and many more!