Ramgarh, India

Ramgarh's Painted Folktale

with Moomal S.

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Moomal S.
Style: Artsy, Educational, Indulgent, Offbeat

Let’s travel back in time to the era of painted havelis; the quaint little alleys with mesmerizing history and stories of victory. Stay in a beautifully restored 18th century painted haveli and get enchanted by its impeccable performing folklore. Savor the flavors of their mouthwatering cuisines & witness the various shades of golden all nice and pristine.

Date – 22nd-23rd November
Destination – Ramgarh, Shekhawati (Rajasthan)

This winter, travel to the ‘open air art gallery of Rajasthan’. With over 400 structures, the city of Ramgarh is known to have the largest number of painted buildings – havelis, temples, and chhatris (cenotaphs). From living in a 350 year old haveli to dancing on the tunes of traditional “Bhopas & Bhopis”, from relishing authentic Rajasthani meals to enjoying amazing breakfast on the rolling dunes – we’ve arranged for it all. Join us on a trip where we go back in time!

Includes the following:
1 night/2 day stay at a beautifully restored haveli (on sharing basis)

Walking tour of the town, personally guided by the owner
Tea/coffee and light snack after the guided walking tour
Cultural evening at the hotel followed by authentic Rajasthani dinner at the terrace
To & fro camel-cart ride with breakfast and tea at the dunes
Vegetarian lunch on day 2

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Moomal S.

Born and bought up in Rajasthan, I've studied in a boarding school in Ajmer post which I moved to Mumbai to study History & Political Science from Sophia College, and now live here permanently. Thanks to a family history in hospitality, I was excited to do my post graduation in Travel & Tourism and have worked worked in the sector for over 5 years as a consultant. My last stint was with an experiential travel company that promotes off-beat and authentic experiences in India. It was a great learning experience and I’ve had the opportunity to travel across the country! I've now quit my job to start-up on my own and to show the world the colors of India through unique and wonderful experiences. I strongly believe that one should visit a place in the spirit of a true traveler and not a tourist, imbibing the very essence of the place and enjoying what it has to offer. So now, I'm here to help all the enthusiastic travelers plan their trip to India, ensure they have a great time and also take back a piece of our culture with them at the end of the journey :-) Full profile Leave a Review