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Named after one of his books, Rudyard Kipling's Naulakha was built in 1893. He lived there until 1896 when circumstances forced him elsewhere. Naulakha is a Hindi word meaning "jewel beyond price" and here Kipling wrote many of his most famous works, such as "The Jungle Book" and "Captain Courageous." Not only is this place a historical landmark but is an operating rental where those with enough cash can stay for $450 per night at the height of the tourist season.

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