Nawalgarh town is located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan which is famously called the öpen Art gallery”.Nawalgarh is re-nowned for its Haveli’s adorned with Frescoe’s, these haveli’s are a pure exhibition of life in general in the olden times. Your accompanying guide will take you back to the old era as you discover the narrow lanes of the town and other sights and Temples.
Risala translated in simple English would be a cavalry contingent. It was used both in the context of mounted horse and camel troops. Back in olden times, the mode of transport was horses and camels, and it was the only source of transport to cover long distances. These campaigns would entail riding 1000-1500 kms. When the Risala or cavalry contingent would camp for the night it would be time for good music, drinks and barbecue meals The entire theme is replicated for the pleasure of our guests at the stables of Roop Niwas Kothi. A escort party consisting of drummers, guards, torch bearers would be sent to bring the guests to the Risala camp. Colourful handmade safas and scarves are presented to the guests and they wear them for this party. All inclusive experience from dancing horse to folk music, followed by Rajasthani delicacies and barbecue and drinks
Shoal and his family have been tilling the hotel’s Farm for four decades. Visit the farm which is a kilometre away from the hotel, either on foot or cycle. Know about the art of farming in the semi arid region on Rajasthan and the crops and vegetables grown. Simple welcoming atmosphere surrounded bygreenery and in company of the cattle's residing on the farm. Perfect way to begin or end your day followed by breakfast or snacks in the evening.
With our compliments Take a bike and ride to the town for sightseeing, explore the surrounding villages.
Enjoy the unbeaten paths and small villages on camel cart, whilst relaxing and enjoying the scenery of the area. Camel Ride: 1 Hour INR 1550/Person Half Day Camel Ride: 2.5-3 Hours INR 3500/person Full Day Camel Ride: 4.5-5 Hours INR 6500/Person Ride on the ship of the desert, escorted by the rider on foot. Off beaten path through small villages and farms. This ride is inclusive of Picnic lunch and a local guide.
Conducted personally by the Daughter of the house, these lessons are interactive and great way to orient and a take a step further for the love of Indian cuisine. Followed with dinner and several recipes to take back home.
Explore the close knit towns of Shekhawati: Dundlod, Mandawa and Fatehpur, famous for frescoes and old Castle in your Jeep. The round trip is 120 kms, accompanied by local guide to take you to the best sites of the visiting towns and the history associated with it.
Mehndi is a form of body art, the paste used to create various traditional and modern designs is made from the dry leaves of the Henna plant (Lawsonia inermis). Mostly applied during weddings, Festivals.