was the home of Seth Piramal Chaturbhuj
Makharia (1892-1958) whose fortune was
made in Bombay, trading in cotton, opium,
silver and other commodities. Built in
the Rajasthani-colonial style of the 1920's,
The Piramal Haveli is an 8-room'non-hotel.'
It is 250 kms.from Delhi and 100 kms.
from Neemrana and is run by the same management.
Here, the famed traditional vegetarian
cuisine of the Marwaris is served in thalis.Dinners
on the sand dunes can also be arranged
at a prior notice, for a minimum of 6
guests.The region of Shekhavati, where
The Piramal Haveli is located, was made
into an independent kingdom in 1471 by
Rao Shekha (1433-1488), till 1738, when
it reverted back to the Jaipur State.
The Haveli has traditional courtyards
enclosed by colonial pillared corridors.
Frescoes of flying angels and gods in
motor cars adorn the walls.
From Delhi 250 kms.
(4.5 hrs. drive approximately)
From Neemrana 100 kms. (2.5 hrs. drive
From Kesroli 190 kms (4 hrs. drive approximately)
Nearest Railway Station Jhunjhunu –
Nearest Airport Jaipur – 190 kms.
Type of Rooms
8 guest rooms
Conferences - Meetings - Events
Serves delicious local
Marwari food. The Marwari cuisine here
at the Piramal Haveli is vegetarian, spicy
and chilly. There are meals based on the
Thali system that serves rice, chappatis,
dal, vegetarian curries, yoghurt and sweets.
There are sand dune dinners arranged by
the Piramal Haveli Hotel, for minimum
by the Piramal Haveli Hotel, an adventurous
and exciting tour through the dusky bazaars,
the abandoned empty mansions and monuments,
the forts and the small hamlets between
the sand dunes in the Shekhawati region.
Indoor game -such as Carrum,Chess, cards
and musical chairs. There is also a well
stacked library at the Piramal Hotel in