After Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s wedding, fans are now eagerly waiting for Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’ grand wedding. The duo are reportedly getting married at Taj  Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur. The dates of their wedding ceremonies and the location are yet to be confirmed by Priyanka and Nick. Reports suggest that PeeCee will be arriving in Jodhpur along with her in-laws, Denise and Paul Kevin Jonas Sr. to see how the wedding preparations are going on. Also Read - Short Film on Coronavirus: Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Mammootty, Ranbir, Priyanka, Alia Team-up For ‘Family’

Here’s everything you need to know about their royal wedding destination Umaid Bhawan Palace where the couple are rumoured to be tying the knot. Also Read - Entertainment News Today, April 4: Priyanka Chopra Reveals Her Father Banned Her From Wearing 'Tight Clothes' When She Was 16



  • Umaid Bhawan Palace is the residence of Maharaja Gaj Singh II. It counts among the most luxurious homes ever built, with around 347 rooms placed in between acres of splendid gardens.

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  • It is currently the world’s sixth largest private residence that was named after Maharaja Umaid Singh, grandfather of the present owner, Gaj Singh.
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  • It was originally constructed in 1943 and has won several prestigious awards like ‘The Best WOW effect’ for a Luxury Hotel’ at the Worldwide Hospitality Awards 2018 in Paris for its Mehrangarh Fort experience.
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  • You will be surprised to know that the palace has been constructed with palm court marble which is the same marble in the Taj Mahal, Agra.
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  • The grand hotel houses 64 grand rooms and suites, divided into five different categories
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  • Each room has a combination of both traditional decor and modern amenities. The most basic room costs approximately Rs 40,000/- per night
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  • The hotel stands on the highest point of the city, Chittar Hill, with a spectacular view
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  • The ballroom is decorated with Belgium Chandeliers and Burma teakwood work art-deco
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According to The Sun, a source close to the couple earlier said, “There are several events leading up to the wedding, including a Christian ceremony, which will all be in India. They will culminate with the Indian wedding on December 1 at the (Umaid Bhawan) palace, where they will tie the knot under a traditional four-pillar structure, a mandap. There is a mehndi event planned, where they will be decorated with henna body art, among other traditional Hindi pre-wedding events”.