Sawantwadi Palace

Sawantwadi Palace

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23 avaliações
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7
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9
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vishwajeet
Pune286 contribuições
out de 2019
we visited this palace while we were heading to Goa.
we loved this place. The palace is very well maintained .With little entry fee we could see and feel the past era of princely states.
The guide showed us the palace which included the darbar hall, ,picture gallery etc.
we could not meet any of the royals .The queen i heard died a year back .
Her son from US is back and is now taking care of the palace.
Very soon i learnt that the palace will soon be turned into a star hotel partially.
we could also experience the making of Ganjifa and other painting works.
The picture gallery displays few very good works of the queen as she herself was good artist.
over all a good experience .
Feita em 2 de dezembro de 2019
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Elsie J
Melbourne, Austrália366 contribuições
nov de 2019
The highlight of our visit to Sawantwadi was the fact that we met a real life very gracious queen. But that isn't all there is to this place. We were lucky to witness a small group of extremely talented artisit demonstrating their ancient craft of producing intricate and very fine pieces, many of them sets of cards for traditional games, chess sets, other games sets ansd beautifully crafted boxes. These you can buy on site.
The palace itself is going through a renaiscence as the very modern prince and princess convert it to boutique accommodation and restaurant. It should be good as these two personable and talented people met and fell in love at a school for the culinary arts in America. So they know what they are doing.
Feita em 20 de novembro de 2019
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Ashok K
Mumbai (Bombaim), Índia228 contribuições
mai de 2019 • Família
Appears to be good from outside right in the city. Could not see from inside as the charges appeared to be heavy
Feita em 23 de maio de 2019
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Nesligül D
Istambul, Turquia6.114 contribuições
nov de 2018 • Amigos
We were very happy with our visit to this palace, hosted by the royal couple. Sindhugurg or Sawantwadi isn’t a very interesting town but the Raj and the Rani ( king and queen) make this town worth visiting with their beautiful palace and their interest in reviving the old arts of the region. They also have very nice paintings in the art gallery.

We were given a presidential lunch at the palace hall which was really abundant and extremely delicious. We also saw the artists at work and also had the chance to see a regional folk dance performed by ladies. The lake outside is man made, built by a former king. The royal family is originally from Udaipur, who escaped here when the Moghuls came to Rajasthan. The royal family is still very well respected by the people.
Feita em 19 de dezembro de 2018
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Tauseef D
15 contribuições
jul de 2018 • A sós
visited here once its an awesome palace with beautiful scenery around the queen was present that time and was very hospitable , sad to know she has passed away 😐
Feita em 21 de julho de 2018
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Mangesh S
3 contribuições
dez de 2017 • Família
Very nice feel you get when you visit Sawantwadi..... A pride of Heritage and Indian culture is in air here... Very nice experience....
Feita em 17 de janeiro de 2018
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anthonyj_dmello
Mumbai (Bombaim), Índia172 contribuições
jan de 2018 • Família
Finally made the visit though I must have been to Sawantwadi dozens of times during my life. Mixed feelings of pride and sadness as more effort could have been taken to maintain & promote this historical monument.

The collection of family artefacts and palace rooms is good enough for an hour's worth of visit with local artisans in the royal darbar hall painting Ganjifa cards, gift envelopes, and wooden toys & games, which are a bit too expensive in the Rs. 3000 and above.

It was a good experience to finally come face-to-face with the history of my native place with a friendly greeting to the Prince who happened to be seated with his newspaper who smiled & waved back.
Feita em 11 de janeiro de 2018
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AbhiramSP17
Belgaum, Índia209 contribuições
jan de 2018 • Amigos
A cool small scale city, had a lake in centre of city. Very cool view of surrounding. Also have multiple places to visit around.
Feita em 3 de janeiro de 2018
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Vishal J
44 contribuições
nov de 2017 • Casais
It’s old palace. U may think of visiting this in case u have time. It takes approximately 45 minuets to cover the place.
They also show u painting art ganjifa in the premises
Charges rs 30 per person
Feita em 18 de novembro de 2017
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mdkololgi
Belgaum District, Índia6 contribuições
nov de 2016 • Casais
Do not forget to see the Museum. Though small it has many rare collections to see provided you a taste. Maintenance is just so so..
Feita em 22 de agosto de 2017
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