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Pataudi Palace
 

Pataudi, a small village located 26 kilometer from Gurgoan, at the foot hills of the picturesque Aravalli hills. The Pataudi palace here belongs to the Indian cricketing legend and royal scion Nawab Mansur Ali Khan, better known to his fans as Tiger. This magnificent white palace, designed by Heinz, was built in 1935 by Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan, the father of Mansur Ali Khan. It is spread over area of 25 acres with large open green areas, well manicured lawns and a lovely garden over a large part of the estate.

Now the palace has been converted into a luxurious heritage hotel belongs to Neemrana Group. The grand and pristine Pataudi palace with its white exterior is modified with stylish and attractive interior decorations , wonderful verandahs, elegantly decorated and well-ventilated bedrooms , guest rooms with old model furniture and modern facilities , old-style attached bathrooms with noble and dream spaces and a splendid conference hall. The entrance hall is adorned with images of Pataudiís cricket days and his marriage with the famous actress Sharmila Tagore including their children Saif and Soha. The garden of the palace is well maintained with beautiful water fountains in different shapes and sizes. There is a also a cricket ground in the garden premises.

About 8 km from Pataudi at Inchapuri, there is a Mahadeva temple famous for its fair that is held in the month of November. Another famous place to visit here is the Ashram Hari Mandir Sanskrit Vidyalaya.


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