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CHOKHI DHANI THE ETHNIC VILLAGE RESORT & FUN CITY - INDORE


The spacious executive cottages offer you unmatched serenity with every modern amenity & comfort while you bask in the splendor of rich Rajasthani culture.
Richly and tastefully adorned with ethnic decor, they offer all comforts plus that unique ambience that we are famous for.

Chokhi Dhani Village: Chokhi Dhani is a concept to join the Rajasthani tribes from the world. Real rajasthan is still there in villages, the paintings..., art Bani Thani..., the wall decorations..., the cow dung plaster..., the pure food..., the fresh air..., the evening performances, the enthusiasm, the "manurer" (mouthful catering), the traditions, the costumes and at last but not least the feelings.


44 traditional Ethnic Cottages I 3500 sq. ft Indoor venue I 03 Multi Dinning Outlets I Rajasthani & Punjabi themed multi-cuisine restaurant I Village Fair I Water Park I Amusement Park I Royal Wedding I Rides I Fun City I Airport – 23 km. 50 mins I Railway Station – 20 km. 35 mins. I City Centre – 15 mins.


The spacious executive cottages offer you unmatched serenity with every modern amenity & comfort while you bask in the splendor of rich Rajasthani culture.

Richly and tastefully adorned with ethnic decor, they offer all comforts plus that unique ambience that we are famous for.
            44 traditional ethnic Cottages
            Deluxe Cottages                                     Executive Cottages


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3 Multi-Dining Outlets

Sangri (Rajasthani)

    A cultural setup which adds to the experience of fine dining. Serving best of the north Indian menu it attracts families and corporate meets alike…

      Bindola (Multi Cuisine)
      Multi Cuisine Fine Dining Restaurant Richness spells its decor and ambiance. A gastronomical delight.
      Sanjha Chulha (Punjabi Restaurant)
      In exciting colorful punjabi ambiance, enjoy the authentic punjabi food at Sanjha Chulha.

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      Board Room
      The spacious Board Room has sitting arrangements and facilities for business conferences.
      Panchayat Ghar
      Panchyat Ghar is our well equipped and excellent conference facility. Perfect for all functions like birthday celebrations, cooperate events and weddings.
      Samaroh Sthal
      Samaroh Sthal is fully equipped to handle all your needs. From small meetings to seminars of up to 250 persons, all arrangements can be handled with professional efficiency and warmth of service that is the hallmark of Chokhi Dhani.

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      RECREATION & ACTIVITIES

      VILLAGE FAIR
      Chokhi Dhani is a concept to join the Rajasthani tribes from the world. Real rajasthan is still there in villages, the paintings..., art Bani Thani..., the wall decorations..., the cow dung plaster..., the pure food..., the fresh air..., the evening performances, the enthusiasm, the "manurer" (mouthful catering), the traditions, the costumes and at last but not least the feelings.
      We choose a place far away from the hustle of metro cities, where nature is alive, natural scenic views are ready to serve you, where you get the fresh air of Indian villages, a place which is perfect for village green. A place which is not too far to reach, situated on a national highway but still with a peace. A place where you and your family love to come again and again...
      We collect real villagers from nearby villages for servicing, performers from tribal areas, puppet show, best cooks from royal palaces and nawabs and artisans from all over rajasthan.
      We collect artifacts from various parts of rajasthan but mainly tried to make our own, so that you get the unique. We use purely hand crafted material for decoration and merged it with all modern amenities for your comfort.
      Spread over large acres of beautifully landscaped area for a rustic look, it is dotted with machans & platforms where different folk artists perform concurrently.
      A village fair is created every evening as an ongoing celebration of the rich & vibrant cultural heritage of Rajasthan.
      The display of traditional huts and workmanship will take you back to the times when splendor was unpretentious. Experience the rich warmth and rustic charm of a typical Rajasthani Village at Chokhi Dhani- the festivities never end here!!!
      Live dance and music performance all through the evenings is one of the major attractions at Chokhi Dhani that the local folk artistes have revived many of the arts and crafts that were getting all but forgotten in these modern times.
      Few visitors can resist the temptation to join the artistes and dance with the music.
      Rides :
      Animal rides are great fun at Chokhi Dhani. Be it camel, bullock cart or horse each experience makes a new zenith of happiness. A journey on them through the village makes you see & feel the true spirit of self, your forgotten roots.
      Camel Ride -
      The most popular ride in Chokhi Dhani Village is on camel back. Take this ride to get a bird"s eye view of the entire scene and experience the thrill, especially when the animal rises from the ground and settles down to let you off its back.
      Tonga Ride -
      The Tonga entered Indian culture in mid 18th century through the traders of East India Company. Built initially for their own luxury, it later became part of the common man"s life. It is still used for joy rides in many Indian cities.
      Bullock Cart Ride -
      Developed in ancient Indus Valley civilization, this is known to be one of first and the oldest vehicle on wheels still existing. It is still used in rural India on regular basis and forms the basic mode of transportation in remote villages.

      WATER PARK & FUN CITY
      The recreation center with the infusion of resort with The Fun City makes it an ideal spot for Family Outings, Picnics, for Corporate Meets, Birthday Bashes, Wedding Receptions, Functions & for quiet family Get - together.
       
      The amusement centre having

      • Water Park                   
      • Go Karting the world"s best virtual reality games                            
      • Discotheque                  
      • Jungle Theme                
      • Water fall & unending fun                                                      
      • Create giant splashes       
      • Zoom down slides         
      • Aqua disco & rain dance                                                              
      • Water slides
      • Video parlor                  
      • Toy Train ride.
      • Let the thrill of the rides increase your pulse rate and send adrenalin racing through your system. 

      ROYAL WEDDING

      • Grand Procession           
      • Royal Welcome             
      • Decoration       
      • Lavish Buffet      
      • Wedding Planner

      Hotel Information

      CHOKHI DHANI THE ETHNIC VILLAGE RESORT & FUN CITY - INDORE
      Hotel Address :

      9 Mile, Khandwa Road, Datodafatha, Indore 9 Mile, Khandwa Road, Datodafatha, Indore, M.P, India


      Phone :
      07312402625
      Fax:

      Email:
      chokhidhani@indore.chokhidhani.com

      Hotel Manager Name :
      Mr. Krishnandu Paul
      Hotel Manager E-mail:
      chokhidhani@indore.chokhidhani.com
      Reservations E-mail:
      info@roohihotels.com
      No. of Rooms:
      44 traditional ethnic Cottages
      Air-conditioning:
      Partially air-conditioned
      Travel Information and Tourist Attraction:

      Nearest Airport Address:  Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Depalpur Road, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452005. CODE IDR. Tel: 0731 262 9455

      Airport: 23 km  / 50 mins.

      Nearest Railway Station: 20 km / 35 mins.

      City Centre: 15 mins.

      Tourist Spots:

      City Information: Indore is a city in west-central India. It’s known for the 7-story Rajwada Palace and the Lal Baag Palace, which date back to Indore’s 19th-century Holkar dynasty. The Holkar rulers are honored by a cluster of tombs and cenotaphs at Chhatri Baag. The night market Sarafa Bazar sells street food. East is the Indo-Gothic Gandhi Hall and clock tower. The Jain temple Kanch Mandir has a mirrored mosaic interior.

        Weather: 23°C, Wind W at 10 km/h, 95% Humidity
        Population: 1.994 million (2011)

        20 plus sight-seeing Options in Indore

        Ganesh Temple ( Khajrana): Khajrana Ganesha Temple, which was built by Rani Ahilyabai Holkar, is a pious destination among Hindu devotees. Devotees throng this temple on Wednesdays and Sundays for offering prayers. As per a local belief, all the wishes of the devotees are fulfilled, once they worship in this temple. 

        Omkareshwar: The famed temple of Omkareshwar is on Mandhata Island, is one of the holiest of shrines and considered to be one of the 12 Jyotilinga shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. The unique aspect of this temple is that the island itself is shaped like the symbol of Om. There are two holy temples of Omkareshwar and Amareshwar that are visited by thousands of devotees every year.

        Bada Ganpati: Bada Ganpati was built during the reign of Queen Ahilya Bai Holkar in 1875. This temple is located at the western end of M G Road in Indore. The statue of Lord Ganesha housed in this temple is 25 ft in height, which makes it one of the largest statues of Lord Ganesha in the world. The construction material used in carving the deity of Lord Ganesha comprised limestone, jaggery, bricks, soil and water. Soil used for construction of this idol was brought from Varanasi and Mathura. The frame of the deity was made of metals such as gold, silver and other metals.

        Kanch Mandir temple:  Mandir is a temple, which was made up of glass and mirrors. As the temple was built by built by Sir Hukamchand Seth in the early 20th century, this temple is often called as Seth Hukamchand Temple. This beautiful temple is a sacred place among people of Jain religious community, as the idol of Lord Mahavira, who was the founder of Jainism, is the presiding deity in the temple. Made from black onyx, the idol of Lord Mahavira is adorned with colourful glass beads. The temple is entirely made of glass including the walls, ceiling, floor, pillars and doors. Along with mirrors, patterned ceramic tiles are also used for decorating the temple. The temple also features delicately crafted Chinese lantern-type glass lamps and cut glass chandeliers. Tourists can see the 50 murals in the temple, each of which depicts one of the Jain stories.

        Patalpani: Cascading waterfalls from a height of 200 - 300 feet make for an awesome picnic spot at Patalpani. The picturesque and calm ambience around the waterfalls set amidst lush greenery is worth a visit. The depth of the pool that is formed by the waterfall is considered to be so deep that it goes into the netherworld, thus the name- Patalpani. The exciting hill ranges and rugged terrain makes it a perfect place to go trekking and hiking.

        Rajwada
        : Rajwada Palace is an iconic structure of Indore, which was built by Holkar Dynasty around two centuries ago. Popularly known as Holkar Palace, this seven storeyed structure reflects Indo-Saracenic architectural style. The palace comprises two structures, one of which is located in the centre of the city, while the other lies in the old part of the city.

        Lal Bagh Palace: Lal Bagh Palace was built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar, during 1886 and 1921. Situated at the bank of River Khan, this three storeyed structure is used for hosting royal receptions. Originally, the construction of the palace began in 1886, under the reign of Tukoji Rao Holkar II. The final phase of construction was completed in 1921, under the rule of Tukoji Rao Holkar III.

        Annapurna temple: Annapurna Mandir is a popular temple, which is dedicated to the Goddess Annapurna. It is one of the famous pilgrimage sites in Indore, which is thronged by devotees of Hindu religious community. According to the Hindu mythology, Annapurna Devi is believed to be the goddess of food.

        Gomatgiri: Gomatgiri is a sacred place for the devotees belonging to the Jain religion. Located just 10 minute drive away from Indore airport, this small hillock houses a 21 ft statue of Gomateshwar. This statue is a replica of the Bahubali statue, which stands at Shravanabelagola. Gomatgiri comprises 24 marble temples, each of which is dedicated to 24 Tirthankaras of Jain religion. This pious place is constructed on the hillock, which was donated to the Jain Samaj by the government of Madhya Pradesh in 1981.

        Devguradia Shiva Mandir: Devguradia Shiva Mandir is situated in the village of Devguradia, which is 8 km from Indore on the Nemawar road. The temple is a monolithic rock temple, which was built in the 7th century. Ahilya Bai Holkar ordered the reconstruction of this temple in 18th century. Popularly known as Garuda Tirth, this temple has a water outlet in the shape Gomukhi. The water falls directly on the Shiva Lingam enshrined at this temple. Original Shiva Lingam stood at a height of 12 ft, which is now under water in the sunken temple. The present temple is constructed on the original sunken temple. On every Shivratri, a fair is held at this temple to honour of Lord Shiva.

        • Nehru Park
        • Meghdoot Upvan
        • Bijasen Tekri
        • Geeta Bhavan
        • Crescent Water Park
        • Chhatri Bagh
        • Indore Museum
        • Gandhi Hall
        • The Border Security Arms Museum
        • Sukh Nivas

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