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Ajmer Bijay Niwas

Bijay Niwas is ideally situated in the heartlands of Rajasthan at Bijaynagar almost equi-distant between major destinations like UDAIPUR-JAIPUR (via Chittorgarh N.H.79), JODHPUR-JAIPUR (via Beawar), JODHPUR-RANTHAMBORE With Pushkar – Ajmer just over an hour away.

Jaipur-Bijaynagar (via Kishangarh/Nasirabad Express Highway)     185 kms.
Udaipur- Bijaynagar ( via Chittorgarh N.H.79 ) 240 kms
Jodhpur – Bijaynagar (via Beawar )                      185 kms
Ajmer  – Bijaynagar   (via Nasirabad )                   67 kms
Pushkar – Bijaynagar                                               81 kms
Nearest Airport – Jaipur/Jodhpur                        both 185 kms approx.
Nearest Rail Head (Ajmer-Delhi Shatabdi )        67 kms

Bijay Niwas was built almost a 100 years ago by Rao Bijay Singh the 16th descendant of the erstwhile Masuda ‘Istimrardari’ (a category higher than ‘ Jagirdars’ of the then Rajputana). as a getaway retreat about the same time he founded the town of Bijaynagar, also named after him.

The history of Masuda royal family dates back to Rao Jagmal ( early 16th century ), the founder of the Mertiya clan of Rathore Rajputs, by far the most valiant of all rajputs.

Masuda was the biggest ‘Istimrardari’ of the Ajmer-Merwara region having 252 villages under it with over 500 sq. miles of area. It paid direct allegience to the British-Raj and was independent of any other state with magesterial powers of life and death.

Rao Narayan Singh, known for his benevolence, literary knowledge and long innings as cabinet minister in the state government, father of Dushyant Singh, the present scion and owner, was the last to be right royally crowned ‘king’ before independence.

Bijay Niwas opens its gates to welcome the world which till now was a royal prerogative. Hidden amidst the vast private farmlands and orchards, centrally located (almost equidistant from Jaipur-Udaipur-Jodhpur) in the heartlands of Rajasthan, Bijay Niwas Palace is a one-of-its-kind property where time moves at a languid pace. The rooms are adorned with delicate, original murals and vintage furniture. One can unwind in the expansive gardens, take a lazy dip in the infinity pool or go for relaxing walks in unspoilt rural terrain. Bijay Niwas offers two suites, four superior heritage rooms and 14 deluxe rooms with modern facilities. Both, indoor and outdoor dining areas serve exquisite Indian and Continental cuisine. Bijay Niwas makes for the perfect romantic sojourn blended with a hint of artistic vibrancy.

Location: 185 km from Jaipur airport, via Bijaynangar (3.5 km of NH 79 on Bijaynagar-Beawar Road)

Facilities: Telephone, Wi-fi, mini bar, tea/coffee makers in each room, swimming pool

Attractions: Todgarh – Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary, Sonkalia Great Indian Bustard Reserve, Pushkar,Ajmer, Chittorgarh

Owner: Dushyant Singh Masuda


This has recently been declared as a full-fledged wildlife sanctuary by the government, a reserve larger than Ranthambore in size with panther, sloth bear, wild boar and a variety of birds in good number. An extremely interesting way to spend a day with nature for the wildlife buff and an exciting drive in unexplored terrain.

A great ethnic tourist attraction famous for its world’s biggest cattle fair and holy places. With interesting shopping too, in its quaint alleys.

Rajasthan’s famous citadel of valour and the biggest Rajput Fort. See the amazing tower of victory and the Rani Padmini’s Mahal.

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