Shahpura was the tazimi Thikana of Shekhawat Subclan. It was the head seat (Tikai Thikana) of Shekhawat and it’s an elegant setting in Rajasthan, India. It is a majestic legacy, carefully restored to its original grandeur, has created many beautiful properties that are managed by the present owners, Maharaj Surendra Singh Ji, descendants of the regal family of Shahpura. Shahpura is committed to preserving the classic elegance and courtesy of their tradition and culture, fortifying contemporary world-class comforts, intensifying guest experiences and emancipating the local community while appreciating their culture and roots.
TShahpura is a biodegradable group and has an awareness of the hazards of carbon footprints. Traditional eco-friendly Indian practices, as well as contemporary hotel execution and policies in each area strictly ensure the preservation of energy and water, as well as the use of biodegradable materials while providing a high-grade hospitality experience.
Shahpura is a very elegant and traditional place. It has come to mean many destinations because of the many experiences it provides. A former monarchical principality located 65 km from the significant city of Jaipur in the western Indian state of Rajasthan. The royal family has tenderly rehabilitated their ancestral properties and these are now trend-setting absolute hotels and resorts in Jaipur.
While the world visits, Shahpura extends to live its own life right outside the gates of the Haveli, in Shahpura, throughout Moti Mahal and all the way around the surroundings to the other villages and grasslands of Shahpura. Shahpura (Manoharpur) is the chief seat of the Shekhawat clan of Rajputs and the prominent Shekhawati acquires its name from it. It is named after the founder leader of Shekhawat Maha Rao Shekhaji and the Manoharpur Shahpura family takes pleasure in being direct descendents from Maha Rao Shekhaji.
Guests are known to fail themselves in the labyrinth of bougainvillea covered courtyards, attached by charming narrow staircases and lounges decorated by quaint arches, extraordinary mirror work, gracefully painted walls and ceilings. Regal suites and rooms surround the courtyards, each with their special personality and decor. Under the magnificent Shahpura Fort, the private balconies, restaurants are open out to the sky on clear days and starlit nights.