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Chokhi Dhani, Panchkula

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Chokhi Dhani Resort: Panchkula | 450 Onwards

Chokhi Dhani is a concept to join the Rajasthani tribes from the world.


Nowadays tourists are very much aware of Rajasthan and its culture. But still they are far-far away from its roots. They know only a state of Kings... a place of snake charmers... and an emerging handicraft's industry. But 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 'manuhar' (mouthful catering), the traditions, and the costumes and at last but not least the feelings.


At Chokhi Dhani we bring that all for you. Our aim is to preserve and encourage the village art and culture, to get today's generation closer to their past, to change the philosophy of world about Indian village culture. For example, most of the people think that cow dung is a dirty thing and contains germs, but reality is cow dung has the power to control many diseases, it is an anti-septic, and it controls mosquitoes. That is why in villages people put its plaster on the walls.


Our aim is to preserve and encourage the village art and culture, to get today's generation closer to their past, to change the philosophy of world about Indian village culture. For example, most of the people think that cow dung is a dirty thing and contains germs, but reality is cow dung has the power to control many diseases, it is an anti-septic, and it controls mosquitoes. That is why in villages people put its plaster on the walls.


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, best cooks from royal palaces and nawabs and artisans from all over Rajasthan. Our main architect visit nearby villages, havelis and palaces before starting here. We collect artefacts 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.


The dining hall - Sangri is renowned for the mouth-watering and typical Rajasthani food, served to you in the tradition of Manuhaar. Your taste buds will remember this treat for a long time, while the warmth of service will stay in your heart forever. (Clarified butter) as the medium of cooking.


A favourite sweet dish called lapsi is prepared with broken wheat (dalia) sautéed in ghee and sweetened. Perhaps the best-known Rajasthani food is the combination of dal, bati and churma (dal is lentils; bati is baked wheat ball; and churma is powdered sweetened cereal), but for the adventurous traveller, willing to experiment, there is a lot of variety available.


The ancient princely state of Rajasthan gave rise to a royal cuisine. Even today, Rajasthani princely feasts flaunt royal cuisines that are incomparable. Their food cooked in desi ghee is famous for its mouth- watering aroma. Rajasthan's tastiest curries are based on the use of pulses or gram flour. Dry fruits, spices and yogurt are used in many delicacies. Rajasthan can also boast of a vast array of savouries and sun-dried snacks. Be it dal baati and churma or missi roti, one always ends up licking his fingers.


Your tummy will scream "No more!" But you won't stop!!!

Authentic Rajasthani Food Menu at Chokhi Dhani:

Sangri, Sag-gattaro, Sag-dal pachhmelri, Sag-kadi besanri, sag-hariyalo (2), Roti-gahuyari, Roti-makkari, Roti-bajarari, Dal-Bati, Chawal, Achar kair sangri ro, Chatni lasna ri, Chatni Dhana RI, Bura, Jalebi, Chat-Choulari, Malpuaa, Salad-Mix, Dal-Chawal, Makkhan-Dhaniro, Ghee-Dhaniro, Chhachh, Lassi, Papad

Rajasthani Meethai, Rajasthani Namkeen, Khichada Chhadiya moth


Ride on the luxuries of the bygone era - be it camel, a horse drawn Tonga or A Bullock Cart. Experience the excitement and fun of riding on some of the earliest modes of the transportation humans developed in this part of the World. Have a round in village style, savouring the sights and sounds at a leisurely pace. It is hard to resist taking a ride on all or any one of these.

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.

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.

Tonga Ride

The Tonga entered Indian culture in mid18th 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.

Live Entertainment

Live dance and enthralling performances all through the evenings is one of the major attractions at Chokhi Dhani Village. These Live shows capture the interest and made you spellbound.

Folk Dance and Music Show - Chaupal Nach Gan Re

There are many folk dances in Rajasthan and all are performed here on different occasions. Like Ghoomer, Potter Dance, Kalbeliya - the Snake Dance, Bhopa-Bhopi Dance etc.

Kalbeliya dance of Rajasthan is famous all over the world for its high beat passionating music and fascinating all- round fast body movements. Traditional snake charmers, the folk dancers sway to the lilt of the "Been" and beat of the drum.

Their graceful and sinuous dance movements captivate all visitors. In Bhopa-Bhopi dance artiste tells some old folk stories of Indian Folk God or king in sort of song and they dance on it. Ghoomer is the magical dance performance of Rajasthan which makes the foot tap to the tune of desert. In Potter Dance artiste dances with 7 to 11 pots on her head or in some shows they dance with taking lighted pot on their heads.

The Magic Show - Jadu Ro Khel

The magician perform his entrancing show with some hand tricks and hypnotism and puzzle your mind.

Acrobatics on a Bamboo - Nat Ro Kartab

See this gutsy feat live. The brave artiste balances himself on a bamboo without the protection of a safety net beneath.

The Puppet Show - Kathputali Ro Nach

he colorful Puppet Show transports you into the world of valiant Kings, beautiful princesses and all powerful magicians. The puppeteer makes episodes and scenes from their lives come alive to give you a glimpse of their lifestyle.


The epic battle of Haldighati and its glorious history is recreated at Chokhi Dhani cultural village. In 1576, the Haldighati battle was fought between 20,000 Rajputs against a Mughal army of 80,000 men where Maharana Pratap showcased exemplary valor. We have beautifully built the Haldighati mountain pass and preserved its details.

Scenes & Stores of the Historical Battle

Financial Support by Bhamashah:

He was a noted Mewar general, and as a great patriot he was later promoted to the post of prime minister by Maharana Pratap. Bhamashah acted as an advisor, confident and close aide of Maharana Pratap. There was a time when Maharana Pratap had no resources to continue the battles. Bhamashah and his brother Tararchand showed extraordinary example of patriotism and generosity by presenting their wealth consisting of 20,000 gold coins and 2,500,000 rupee. Maharana Pratap, the most heroic and legendary Rajput ruler was pleased to receive the support from one of his closest generals. Today we have Bhamashah memorial in Udaipur, Indian postage stamp issued in 2000 and State level Bhamashah award in his honor.

Ghas Ki Roti:

After the battle of Haldighati, Maharana Pratap and his family took refuge in the forest. During the struggle in the jungle, Maharana Pratap had nothing to eat and they had to eat rotis made of grass. One can’t image how it would have been to eat ghas ki roti. There was a time when Maharana Pratap daughter’s ghas ki roti was stolen by a cat and he felt terrible that he decided to surrender to Akbar, the Mughal king. Akbar was elated receiving the letter of Pratap’s surrender and asked his general Prithiraj to speak with Maharana Pratap. Prithiraj couldn’t believe the news about Maharana Pratap’s surrender and he then wrote an inspiring letter to Maharana Pratap to continue as a great king of Mewar and give a fierce battle field to Akbar.

Jauhar Kund:

Jauhar also spelled as Jowhar was the practice of self-immolation on a pyre. Jauhar was committed thrice by more than 13,000 ladies and children of the Rajput heroes who laid their lives in battles at Chittorgarh Fort, first led by Rani Padmini wife of Rana Rattan Singh who was killed in the battle in 1303, and later by Rani Karnavati in 1537 AD. Jauhar Kund, the place where Rajput women committed sati after the defeat of their husbands in battle to avoid mistreatment and didn’t surrender to the ruling sultan. The Haldighati yudh, the beautiful Haldighati yellow pass, and the heroes of the Haldighati battle are all well recreated and its historical details are preserved at Chokhi Dhani Village.


  • Age Limit: Open for all.
  • Tickets once booked cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • We recommend that you arrive at least 20 minutes prior at the venue.
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