‘BaraDari’ – Open Sit – out
The sit out is above the building line open from all sides with ‘Sigdis’ traditional warmers where delicacies are served on demand. It is a treat to see the sunrise and sunset from here. Special gala dinners are organized here while the unending stories on history are taking rounds and lurking in the stretches of the palace. The parapets and boundaries are lit up by oil lamps. Either in the shelter of ‘Bara Dari’ or even in a bigger canopy of stars sip a welcome drink while ‘Dammanis’ serenade you with Rajasthani dance and music, end an idyllic evening with a splendid barbeque dinner and a grand firework display on the ramparts making it an unforgettable evening of the medieval days.
Private Dinner on Terrace
Dine with your beloved under the canopy of stars in privacy where romance rules supreme on any one of the seven terraces of your choice giving exclusive glimpses unmatched any where in Rajasthan.
‘Bajot’ Dinner / Darbar Theme
The erstwhile rulers in Marwar dined like this. You are invited in true Indian Style by a ‘Chobdar’ carrying a ‘chhadi’ silver stick giving symbolic authority to the ‘chobdar’ to act on behalf of the rulers.
You can then head to settle into ‘GadraMasand’ comfortable mattresses, cushions and bolsters and eat off a delicious Rajasthani
‘Thali’ (a traditional plate with several delicacies), served on ‘bajots’ low tables by traditionally attired attendants. Try this traditional experience of eating like a Maharaja on ‘bajots’, unlike buffet, here hospitality is on hands – dishes are brought out to you and served. A wood fired cooking will offer you exclusive cuisines. Truly a celebration for food lovers.
Grand Gala dinners are organized here, in the heart of the palace. Enjoy a lavish dinner while folk dancers and musicians entertain you. The grand finale is a fire works / documentary display.
‘Dalwan – a – Khas’
An ideal retreat to end the evening over great drinks and good music. While the palace ambience transcend you to a fairy tale world of beautiful princesses and chivalrous princes.
Dalwan – a – Aum’
A unique sitting at this hall, where you can read, enjoy a quite game of carom, chess, cards or ‘Chopad’ – a local game being played in India for the last 5000 years. i.e. ever since Mahabharat