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The Sunday Times - United Kingdom

Bhainsrorgarh, a ramshackle but magical 18th-century cliff top fort where Hemendra Singh personally tends to his guests with care and courtesy....

20 Jan 2013

The Spectator

The moustache on the face of Mr. Hemendra Singh, custodian of the family seat at Bhainsrorgarh, a ludicrously romantic, rambling, stately pile teetering on a precipice above Chambal River, was more Pancho Villa than British military.....

02 June 2011

The Sydney Morning Herald

Two decades ago, Rajasthan's maharajas began converting their family estates into hotels. Extravagant and eccentric, these warrior princes had given Rajasthan its romance, festooning the desert with majestic forts and lavish palaces....

27 February 2010

Lonely Planet Magazine

Time travel is possible. Hidden deep within Rajasthan by the banks of the Chambal River lies Bhainsrorgarh Fort, a portal to another age. Built in 1741 as a fortified outpost of the erstwhile kingdom of Mewar, it remains one of the most picturesque forts....

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Best Heritage Hotel in India by Tatler Travel Guide, UK

Bhainsrorgarh Fort Hotel has been featured twice - in 2008 and 2009 as the Best Heritage Hotel in India by Tatler Travel Guide, UK.

01 December 2009

Bhainsrorgarh Fort Hotel - Brochure

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Conde nast Traveller - Room With a View

Unexplored pockets of Rajasthan are hard to come by, but few Westerners have visited Bhainsrorgarh Fort...

October 2008

How to Travel Like a Raja - Wall Street Journal

For centuries, the fort proved impregnable. Only in recent months have the gates swung open to a new era of invaders: tourists....

16 Febuary 2008