Activities Around Piramal Haveli

Bangle shopping in Bagar

All Neemrana properties are non–hotel Hotels, because they were originally never built with a hotel in mind! All efforts have been made to maintain the old charm of The Piramal Haveli while ensuring the basic comforts that have come to be associated with the changes in lifestyle since the early 20th century when it was built. The Piramal Haveli offers a unique experience of seeing and ‘living’ history along with a range of local excursions that help our guests unwind and rediscover history and themselves. Nothing about this Neemrana experience is ordinary. Walk out and discover the old village of Bagar. Stroll down to the Fatehsagar, a unique water reservoir and observe how water was valued – almost worshipped in the olden days. Take a temple tour to the Rani Sati Temple of Jhunjhunu. Everything about these quaint Neemrana excursions can make a very private memory.


The Fatehsagar reservoir

A large reservoir built by the Ojha family, the Fatehsagar is a johra or water tank approximately two kilometers away from the Piramal Haveli. While the main water tank was originally used for bathing purposes by men and women, a ramp on one side...

The Rani Sati Temple

The Rani Sati temple is early 19th century and is situated at Jhunjhunu which is approximately 10 kms from the Piramal Haveli. Rani Sati was a bride of a young, local Agrawal man, who died in warfare. His young wife immolated herself on his...


After you are energised by the countryside oxygen, you can exercise the rejuvenated brain cells and play the indoor games of chess, cards and carrom board. Some reading material is also provided in-house.

Bird Watching

The Piramal Haveli is a birdwatchers paradise and there are many species of birds that can be spotted throughout the day. These include peacocks, sparrows, parrots, and the migratory birds – montagur's, marsh harrier, pale harrier, imperial eagle...

Bangle shopping in Bagar


The local people of Bagar are extremely talented crafts persons and create beautiful objects in their atelier homes which they sell locally or to larger shops in cities. These include tie and dye garments, traditional sarees, hand-made lacquer...