Palace on Wheels which comprises 14 fully air-conditioned coaches named and recalled the princely states of Rajasthan has quite impressive interiors and ethnic Rajasthani décor that recreate the regal splendour of the past. Besides attractive interiors each coach has 4 twin bedded chambers equipped with music channel, running hot & cold water, shower, attached toilets, intercom, and wall to wall carpeting to enhance the pleasure of traveling.
Despite these, its personal attendants or Khidmatgars, each saloon mini pantry and lounge equipped with television, DVD player and small library, an exotic array of dishes including Continental, Chinese, Indian and Rajasthani cuisines at on-board restaurants and well stocked bar with wine and liquor always keep guests in high spirits.
In medieval period, an important place of trade & commerce, “Alwar”, The Land of Tigers, Tiger Gate of Rajasthan or Princely State of Rajasthan, is full of grand forts, palaces like Vinay Vilas Palace; Tomb of Fateh Jung etc. exhibit a unique and rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan.
With finely detailed royal standard and hunting features within it is remarkable, “Alwar coach” is styled with impressive kingly flavour.
One of India's premier wildlife sanctuaries, “Keoladeo Ghana National Park” and World Heritage Site “Bharatpur” town offers to enjoy the view of over 350 species of birds, both native as well as migratory.
The same natural wilderness of the region is reflected in “Bharatpur coach”.
Immensely wealthy, the desert city called “Bikaner” is famous for massive ancient structures: forts, temples, museums, palaces and last but not least colourful bazaars/markets which make Bikaner a heritage city well worth visiting.
By considering the same the magic of medieval splendour and colourful bazaars, “Bikaner coach” is designed in Mughal & Bikaneri style.
“Bundi”, a small rustic town is full of baolis (step wells), water tanks, palaces and forts like Taragarh Fort reflect the splendour of the local Rajput chiefs at its best.
“Bundi coach” also tries to feature the same the architectural excellence of the town/ volumes of the associated legends on his cabins.
“Dholpur”, a sleepy little town of Rajasthan famous for historical forts, monuments and especially wonderful red sandstones that was used for lattice work for balcony railings and building, palaces makes Dholpur a popular city.
“Dholpur coach” also depicts the main characteristic of town at its best.
:“Dungargarh”, a wild and rugged hill town of Rajasthan famous for unique architecture and Bhil tribal offers the best of tribal work of region.
The same exquisite architecture and tribals work of the region is reflected in “Dungargarh coach”.
“Jaisalmer”,the fort or desert city famous for Jaisalmer fort, intricate havelis, cobbled streets, and ancient Jain temples remind the grandiose of Rajputana culture or the valour, martial pride, warmth and passion of Rajput’s.
Contrary to expectation, “Jaisalmer coach” portrays very beautifully city wonder and grandiose on its cabins.
The pink city/Rajasthan’s capital is dotted with numerous royal forts,palaces, monuments, gardens and a heady brew of old and new is an excellent destination for whom to explore in eastern and central Rajasthan.
Inspired from the vibrancy of the state “Jaipur coach” is styled with impressive royal flavour.
The powerful kingdom of the Jhalas“Jhalawar”, a charming land with immense natural beauty has some beautiful temples and ancient Buddhist caves that make this town a historic heaven.
Taking inspiration from its kingdom, religion and culture, “Jhalawar coach” showcased a beautiful summary of town on its cabin
“Jodhpur”, the blue city which is dotted with many palaces, havelis, temples and houses washed pale blue retains much of the medieval flavour and ambience that instantly bring to mind the grandeur and glory of ancient era.
For giving an insight of the regal magnificent art and deco style “Jodhpur coach” take inspiration from the Mehrangarh Fort and Moti Mahal.
:“Kishangarh”, the marble city of Rajasthan, is the only place in the world which is associated with one of India’s most famous schools of miniature painting (popular for Bani Thani paintings, an Indian version of Mona Lisa) and a temple of nine planets.
On “Kishangarh coach” local artists are trying their level best to portray the same popular Bani Thani painting with excellent combination of colors and intricate designing.
One of the most lively and charming cities of Rajasthan “Kota” well known for its striking temples with numerous renowned stories behind them, historical forts, palaces with Rajput architectural styles and Kota school of design is an attractive tourist destination.
Taking inspiration from the glorious past, prosperous heritage and history of Kota kings, “Kota coach” tries to depict the main highlights at its best.
“Sirohi” well known for its rich culture and heritage offering some good places of tourist’s importance like Mirpur temple, Gold Fort which made the city popular all across the globe.
With finely detailed royal standard and colored glass work within it is remarkable, “Sirohi coach” is styled with Indo-European flavour.
Nestled beautifully amongst the Aravallis, “Udaipur”, the City of Lakes or Historical capital of the empire of Mewar is famous for its forts and history of Rajputana.
Truly looking like countryside, “Udaipur coach” tries to portray the city rich cultural heritage and historic destinations on its cabins.