Coaches of Palace on Wheels

The Palace on Wheels coaches derives their names from the former princely regions of Rajputana. On the train, their 4 chambers with twin beds with Rajasthan's ethnic decorations. On each guest cabin, there is running hot and cold water, channel music, attached toilets and shower, full carpeting, and intercom to give guests the most comfortable journey through the region. Guests have an assigned assistant also called a Khidmatgar in each coach, catering to their needs round the clock.

There are a total of 14 guest coaches on the Palace on Wheels that meet the standards of the princedom in terms of their interiors and aesthetics, matching the royalty that they are named after. Each salon is fitted with a mini pantry and a lounge equipped with a small library, DVD player and a television. Guests are served hot and cold beverages along with other refreshments, and a comfortable and luxurious place to relax and get to know each other.

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Bharatpur

Bharatpur was once the abode of Maharaja Suraj Mal, the valiant Jat king who was admired for his chivalry and courage. The once fortified town has now become a sort of paradise for ornithologists, thanks to the Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary. There are about 376 bird species in the sanctuary.

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Alwar

Alwar was once the hub of trade and commerce. The city is endowed with natural beauty including deep valleys and forests. Besides, the city provides shelter to conserved species of animals and plants. The Alwar coach interior is a combination of oil and cone work.

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Bundi

Bundi's palace complex is a magnificent structure located above the township. It is accessible through an ascending paved ramp that leads towards the Hati Pol. You will find depictions of this structure in watercolour in one of the rooms on the coach. You will also find oil paintings of popular Ragmala and Rag Ragini.

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Bikaner

Bikaner was created from Rao Bika to form a separate kingdom. On the Bikaner coach, the colour scheme of the lounge is inspired by the luxurious coronation rooms in burning red and gold of the Anup Mahal and Padam Mahal of the Junagarh fort. You will also find the handcrafts of Rajasthan in the coach.

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Dungargarh

The Dungargarh coach is inspired by the architecture and the Bhil tribal, which make the town of Dungargarh a popular place. The ceilings of the Dungargarh coach are adorned with relief and mirror work. The coach also features zardozi work to give it a royal ambience.

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Dholpur

Dholpur is a city that is popular for its quarried sandstone. The sandstone was needed for latticework in designing building palaces and balcony railings. The Dholpur coach is designed with Teak ply. The same level of craftsmanship used with sandstone is displayed on teakwood.

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Jaipur

Jaipur, sometimes referred to as the Pink City, was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Swai Jai Singh. The city was designed and planned by architect Vidhyadhar following the instruction of the Maharaja. Their city is packed with numerous beautiful attractions including the palace, gardens and monuments.

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Jaisalmer

The popular royal city of Jaisalmer is best known for its cobbled streets and ancient Jain temples. The fort city was created in 1156 A.D by Rao Jaisal. The coaches feature carved jharokhas on the ceiling which are inspired by the latticed haveli that comes with beautiful facades.

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Jodhpur

This town is fascinating due to the magnificence of the Moti Mahal and cusped arcades, which are designed based on Mughal architecture. The coach is adorned with cultural paintings that are reminiscent of the royalty and charm of the old world.

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Jhalawar

Jhalawar was regarded one of the powerful kingdoms of the Jhalas which was formed in 1838 A.D. the town is known for its charm and natural beauty, which is why it is so popular even among tourists and the erstwhile royals of the Rajasthan region. The beautiful temples and Buddhist cave.

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Kota

Kota is one of the most prosperous states of Rajput. It is located along the Chambal River and surrounded by picnic gardens and lush green forests. The City Palace is one of the most popular attractions among others. The Pol features beautiful and brightly painted elephant figures.

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Kishangarh

The ceilings of the Kishangarh feature the popular Bani Thani paintings. These paintings are breathtaking and always leave guests in awe of their colour combination and intricate designs. Apart from the fact that this coach is generally elegantly designed.

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Udaipur

Udaipur is beautifully set on the edge of the Pichhola Lake. The Udaipur coach is largely influenced by the city's palace, and as a result, the colour scheme and of white and blue is highly adopted in the interior design. The lounge features a decor that is also influenced by the Mor Chowk or the Peacock Court.

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Sirohi

The Sirohi was made popular across the world by the Gold Fort. The main attraction within the fort was the coloured glasswork, which was considered a remarkable feature of the place. The fort features an Indo-European style of architecture. The rooms of the Sirohi coach all have the same artworks.

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