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Chokhi Dhani - The Fine HamletSwim in the true colors of Rajasthani Culture at Chokhi Dhani

The most exciting and attractive part of the Jaipur city, Chokhi Dhani is a full-fledged and complete journey of the cultural and traditional manifestation. Chokhi Dhani, regionally means a “Beautiful hamlet”, implying an artificial archetypal village setting that provides you with an ultimate and supreme rural and rustic exposure. It is an ethnic village resort offering you all type of entertainment options including dance, music, food and accommodations in royal tradition.

The Chokhi-Dhani was created with the concept to give a closer look at the rural lifestyle of Rajasthan. The imitation of village-like set-up aims at connecting Rajasthani tribes from all parts of the world and restoring the culture and tradition of Indian villages.

An evening spent at the beautiful Chokhi-Dhani, is the evening well spent. With the best performing arts, the tribal and cultural folk dances (Chaupal Nach Gan Re), the acrobatics on bamboo tree, with no safety (Nat Ro Kartab), the living combination of a snake and a girl (Nagkanya), the puppet show (Kathputali Ro Nach), and the magic show (Jadu Ro Khel), this place is as interesting as the history of this royal land. 

You can enjoy the idyllic view of the village from the back of elephant, camel or horse too.
The fun doesn’t end with the rides, there are a number of places for hanging out in Chokhi Dhani including craft bazaar- Haat bazaar, photo studio, Ajyabghar, Mandir Devra, and Mehndi. You can also splurge upon the handmade stuff as a souvenir of your visit. The fun zone at Chokhi Dhani has numerous activities such as Sanp-Sidhi Ro Khel, luck predictor, Gufa Jharni, Jungle Sair and Bhool Bhulaiya.

Sangri and Chaupad Jeeman Ghar of Chokhi Dhani are two of the most absolute dining areas in Jaipur, serving you delectable and lip smacking Rajasthani cuisines. Gorband is one another fine dining area, where you will be served with your traditional favorites under beautiful sheet of stars. Serving the conventional thali consisting of mouth-watering daal baati choorma, khichdi and excellent malpuas, everything with generous amounts of ghee. Above all, the most sumptuous one is ‘Royal Rajasthani’, a royal dining hall where guests can enjoy delicious Rajasthani cuisines with cultural performances by bhopa and bhopan.

The village has captured the true spirit of Rajasthan, miles away from the hustle and bustle of the pink hued city, the picturesque mud and thatch dwellings offer the perfect alloy of ethnicity and modern amenities. 

Experience the honored legacy of marvelously fine warmth, generosity and hospitality of Rajasthani culture at Chokhi-Dhani.

 


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