Day Trip to Champaner Archeological Park & Laxmi Vilas Palace From Ahmedabad

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→ Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Gujarat → Explore the mammoth campus of Champaner Archeological park → Witness the grandeur of 15th Century → Travel by a comfortable AC private vehicle → Enjoy services of an expert & friendly Driver → Visit historic Laxmi Vilas Palace: World's Largest private residence → Explore Fatehsingh Museum and Royal Rooms of the palace → A complimentary pick up offered from Ahmedabad City Limits

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Stop At: Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park

Champaner has several large and prominent mosques, a testament to its time of glory as of the capital of Gujarat during the Mughal reign. Most date from the late 15th century. Jama Masjid: The most central is the Jami Masjid, with two 30m minarets flanking the main entrance, two floors of open arcades, and detailed carvings and jaali around the pillared courtyard. Nagina Masjid: The Nagina Masjid, on a high plinth in front of a wide-open field, has three standing domes over the main hall, and a nearby cenotaph with impressively carved columns and niches. Kevada Masjid: The Kevada Masjid has another cenotaph near its tank for ritual ablutions and many carved mihrabs. Sahar ki Masjid: The Sahar ki Masjid, next to the original royal enclosure, is believed to have been the private mosque of the sultans, and has a large dome at each of the three entrances. Lila Gumbai ki Masjid: The Lila Gumbaj ki Masjid, on a high platform, has a central fluted dome that was once colored.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Lukshmi Vilas Palace

The Lakshmi Vilas Palace in Vadodara, Gujarat, India, was constructed by the Gaekwad family, a prominent Maratha family, who ruled the Baroda State. Major Charles Mant was credited to be the main architect of the palace. Lakshmi Vilas Palace was styled on the Indo-Saracenic Revival architecture, built by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III in 1890 at a cost of £180,000 (₹27,00,000). It is reputed to have been the largest private dwelling built till date and four times the size of Buckingham Palace. At the time of construction, it boasted the most modern amenities such as elevators and the interior is reminiscent of a large European country house. It remains the residence of the royal family, who continue to be held in high esteem by the residents of Baroda. The Palace compound is of over 500 acres and houses a number of buildings, particularly the LVP Banquets & Conventions, Moti Bagh Palace and the Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum building.

Duration: 2 hour
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