Sights & Colours of Nawalgarh
2-3 Hours

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 show more

will take you back to the old era as you discover the narrow lanes of the town and other sights and Temples.
Risala Dinner
Location: On site Stables (Min pax 10)

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. show more

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.
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Farm Walk

Nothing enhances your senses like an exploratory walk, surrounded by Nature in all its glory.

Our Nature Walk/Farm Visit is curated with the objective of giving you a true taste of the
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natural beauty of rural Rajasthan.

The walk commences from the paddocks at Roop Niwas Kothi where you meet the magnificent Marwari horses.
The Roop Niwas stables are home to over 50 beautiful horses of this indigenous
Rajasthani breed.

En route, you will walk through home farms, meet the farming folk of Nawalgarh and discover the age-old techniques they employ in cultivating their crops in this semi-arid region of Rajasthan.

You will also get the chance to interact with a family of potters and try your hand at spinning the potter’s wheel in pursuit of your very first original piece of art, crafted from the mud of this beautiful land.

You might even get lucky and catch a glimpse of the native bird life of this region!

Your walk will culminate with Hi Tea or Breakfast at the farm, and an interaction with the Shoal family who have been tilling the hotel’s farm for decades.

So, take a walk and catch a rare glimpse of the ever-evolving yet firmly traditional Indian farming family.


  •  English speaking guide.
  • Hi Tea/Breakfast at the farm
  • All applicable taxes included
  • Transportation
  • Duration 2-3 Hours





Explore on the Wheels

With our compliments Take a bike and ride to the town for sightseeing, explore the surrounding villages.

Camel cart ride & Camel Ride
Camel Cart: 1-1.5 Hours (Max 4 pax to a cart)

Enjoy the unbeaten paths and small villages on camel cart, whilst relaxing and enjoying the scenery of the area.
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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 R.
Horse Rides
Horse Riding 1 Hour 
Half day Horse Riding 2.5-3 Hours 
Full Day Horse Riding 4.5-5 Hours 
Cooking Demonstration

There is no better way to cook than the way our ancestors did.

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This experience is one-of-a-kind where you can enjoy the warm hospitality of a true-blue rural Rajasthani farming family in the cosy environs of their farm.You will learn traditional Rajasthani recipes cooked over a traditional wood fired stove from the daughter of the house, using local produce and farm fresh ingredients.

This is a great way to learn the techniques and intricacies of Rajasthani cooking.

These sessions are hugely interactive and go a long way towards introducing your palate to Indian cooking. We guarantee, once you taste the wholesome goodness and experience the intricate methods, you will keep coming back for more!

End our day at the farm with a sumptuous dinner and leave with the souvenir of
myriad Indian recipes and memories to take back home.


  • 02 – 03 Hours


  • Transportation to and from the Hotel
  • A Goodbye gift of Indian Masalas (Spices)
  • Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic beverages
  • Bonfire
  • Dinner at the farm
  • Cooking demo by a member of the host family





Shekhawati Jeep Tour
5-6 Hours (Min of 2 pax required), (Max 4 pax)

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 (Indian Tatoo)

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.

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High Tea

Enjoy an evening at the Roop Niwas Kothi stables.

Meet the Magnificent and Spirited Marwari horse.

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Roop Niwas Kothi is home to over 50 well cared for horses along with some sheep, geese, ducks, camels and the cows that support the dairy demands of the hotel.Meet the passionate owner, Rawal Devendra Singh and learn about the history of the three-decade old stables.

Hear a first-hand account of the birth and evolution of Equine Tourism in Rajasthan from him. As a pioneer of this industry, his insights are invaluable and his anecdotes, memorable. The perfect accompaniment to your evening tea.

Experience the phenomenon of the running of the horses from the paddock to the feeding area. It is a sight to behold and considered by many as a highlight of any visit to the Roop Niwas Stables.


  • 01/1.5 Hours


  • Personal Interaction with the owner.
  • Hi Tea at the stables.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Tour of the Dairy.





Picnic with a view

Another great activity you can spend time participating in here is Bird Watching. Identify the exotic migratory birds that visit Rajasthan and spot the many beautiful indigenous species too.
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Start your day with a sumptuous breakfast watching the glorious sunrise or end it with a steaming cup of Masala Chai against the backdrop of an evocative sunset.


  • 02 – 03 Hours


  • English Speaking Guide.
  • Breakfast/ Picnic
  • Transportation
  • All applicable taxes included