From the magical land of Rajasthan comes Chokhi Dhani, an ethnic village resort with a blend of rustic environment and modern amenities making it your favorite destination.
Chokhi Dhani, the only one of its kind in the country. With quaint mud & thatch dwellings set in sprawling acreage of land, it has 11 Cottages, 22 Luxury Cottages, 2 luxury suites, 2 Conference Halls, Sanjha Chulha- Punjabi Dhaba, Sangri - Ethnic Village Restaurant Chaupal, Disc Club Cum Snack Bar and a World Class Water and Amusement Park.
In Chokhi Dhani Village you will find a different theme for each day, a festive celebration every time in a different manner with a purview of real rajasthani village culture in fun, entertainment, games, thrill, shopping, rajasthani diet, Rajasthani Kalbeliya Dance or Ghoomer or other folk dance , music and much more to look... to feel... to breathe... to taste... to experience.... whereas Chokhi Dhani Resort is not merely a modern resort with many facilities, but an experience to the Royal culture of Indian history. Warm hospitality in line with the Rajasthani tradition of "Padharo Mhare Des" transports you to the era of Thakurs, the village lords. It is an ideal place for a perfect vacation. It provide all facilities and services of any modern resort like Business meeting hall, Banquet Hall, Recreational facilities, Health Club, Swimming Pool, Spa, Steam and Sauna baths, Jacuzzi, a Gym and Massage facility, Beauty Parlor, Discotheque, Bar, Multicuisine Restaurant and more and some special facilities which you will find nowhere like Rajasthani special thali (Rajasthani Diet) in pure Ghee, Indian Hukkha, Traditional welcome with Tikka and Arti, Folk music which makes your feet dance, Ethnic decoration all around and in all cottages and Haveli Suites and moreover the respect, love and care which an Indian gives to his guest...treated as God.
The spacious huts, offer you unmatched serenity with every modern amenity & comfort while you bask in the splendour of rich Rajasthani culture. Richly and tastefully adorned with ethnic décor, they offer all comforts plus that unique ambience that we are famous for.
Indore is known as the city of the Holkars. The city was built by a Holkar Rani Ahilya Bai, one of the famous queens of India. Located in the Narmada River valley in the western part of the state of Madhya Pradesh, Indore is an important industrial city of India. It is also the centre of trade and textile industry and home to many historical monuments and temples. A must visit, Indore is also affectionately called /'Mini Mumbai/'.
Rajwada - This magnificent palace belonged to the Holkers during the period of their reign over the region. The architecture of this palace is a fine blend of French, Mughal and Maratha architecture. The palace is 200 years old and with its beautiful galleries, gardens, fountains, and an artificial waterfall, is undoubtedly one of the major tourist attractions in Indore. Rajwada has been burnt thrice over the years and thus only the front part of the original structure remains. The rear of the recently renovated palace now sports a beautiful garden with fountains, an artificial waterfall and some magnificent pieces of 11th century sculpture.
Lalbagh Palace - This is the other palace of importance built by the Holkers. The palace is an elegant structure and is still used for important functions and ceremonies, as was its purpose in the past. The sprawling gardens of the palace and the interiors make it an important landmark in Indore. The place is surrounded by splendid well maintained gardens. The palace is a classic example of the architectural brilliance of the Holkar Kingdom.
Chhattri Bagh - The Chattris are the local name given to domed structures built as memorials at the cremation sites of the important rulers of the region. The Chattri Bagh is one of the highlights of tourism in Indore as it contains many beautiful memorials that are of special interest to those interested in the history of the region. The garden is located near the Khan River. The memorial of Malhar Rao Holker, the founder of the Holker dynasty is the most prominent structure in the complex.
Central Museum - This museum exhibits many artifacts from the prehistoric to modern era. The most interesting among these are the Paramara sculptures from the 11th and 12th centuries found at Hinglajgarh. The museum has an impressive collection of coins, arms, armors and paintings. There are many places of interest around the city. Within easy and quick reach are historic places like Maheshwar, the erstwhile ruling post of the Holkers, the Omkareshwar temple, Ujjain, MHOW, Mandu and Patal Pani.