Amanbagh

Alwar
India

5 Star Accommodation

Classic/Heritage

Amanbagh derives its name from the words aman, meaning "peaceful' in Sanskrit and bagh, meaning "garden' in Hindi. It lies within a walled compound that was once used by the Maharajah of Alwar to site his mobile hunting camps in search of the elusive tigers known to roam the nearby hills. Long since abandoned, the trees and vegetation continue to thrive due to a reliable water supply drawn from an adjacent lake. The resort is every bit a modern day palace, conceived in the present, but humbly paying homage to the traditional architecture and design that has prevailed throughout the past.

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