Jagmandir Island Palace
“The Jagmandir Island” is situated in the midst of Lake Pichola. Built by Maharana Karan Singhji in the early 1600s but takes its name from Maharana Jagat Singh (1628-52) who made a number of additions to it. It was in this pleasure Palace where, Prince Khurram, later on become the Emperor Shahjahan of Mughal dynasty, took refugee in this island in 1623. It is claimed that he derived his inspiration to build Taj Mahal from this island. This claim makes the whole event even more romantic.
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This Island has hosted a number of grand events through the decades including weddings, theme parties and royal parties.
The guests are ferried in decorated boats across the lake in form of a procession to the Jagmandir Island in the middle of Lake Pichola, decorated with lights for the special occasion. The whole island has an encompassing view of the City Palace, Lake Palace, the Lake and the Aravali ranges of hills. The sight as one nears the island is stunning, as the whole island is beautifully illuminated and looks like a floating jewel. Once inside, the place transports you to another era, recapturing the essence of royal leisure palaces.
Suggestive Venue for Wedding and Dinner
The cost of hosting a Dinner at Jagmandir is as follows.
100 guests is Rs.10,000+ taxes per person.
200 guests is Rs.9,000+ taxes per person.
300 & above is Rs.8,000+ taxes per person.
This cost include:
1. Venue Hire charges
2. Standard Floral and light decoration at The Rameshwar Ghat Jetty
3. Mineral Water and Soft Drinks at The Rameshwar Ghat
4. Welcome with showering rose petals and rose water at Rameshwar Ghat Jetty
5. Decorated Boats with taped music
6. Candle lighting at the entrance of Jagmandir
7. Standard Flower petals and red carpets all along with pathway
8. Shehnai and Nagada at Jagmandir
9. Welcome with Gajras for ladies on arrival and rose buds for men & ladies on departure
10. Non-alcoholic welcome drinks
11. Candle Lighting
12. Lancemen on stone elephants at Jagmandir
13. Standard Flower Decoration
14. Mineral water, Soft Drinks and canned Juices
15. Tea / Coffee service throughout the Function
16. Provision for Heaters
17. Standard Buffet Dinner with snacks
18. Entertainment: Rajasthani Folk Dance or DJ Music Local.
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