Chokhi Dhani Village has been the mirror of Rajasthani culture since 1989. Started as part of ambience for a restaurant, over the years it has evolved as a tasteful and authentic symbol of ethnic village life of this most colorful state in the country. Today, the name of Chokhi Dhani is synonymous with Rajasthani culture throughout the country. Spread over 10 acres of beautifully landscaped area for a rustic look, it is dotted with machaans & 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.🔥♥
The traditional dish consists of
Any veg (seasonal)
Jodhpuri besan gatta
Wade (uddit dal)
Kair sangri ro achaar
Dhaniye ri chutney
Makke ri Roti with makkhan
Bajra ri Roti
Khichdu with lots of ghee and powdered sugar
Badam halwa (dessert)
There is so much to eat that your appetite is already full half way but you realize that after your meal till then you just keep eating.😻
credits : @mr.awesome_pk 📷🔥
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In a country like India where every region cooks up an elaborate menu, the best way to explore any regional cuisine would be to settle for a thali. It is an absolute delight to eat a little bit of everything from the best that a cuisine can offer.
The traditional Rajasthani thali at #chokidhani was not only full of food but also love and respect. I wanted to click the picture of perfect thali but it was not possible, because each dish was served one after another and the smell of each dish was irresistible. But I managed to ask name of every dish which was being served i.e. ( sweet makkhan, sour makkhan, chawal, daal - bhaati- churma, ghatte ki sabji, garlic pickle, rajesthani kadhi, khichadi, makae ki roti, bajre ki roti, moong ki Pakaude and beans accompanied by lots of ghee ) A grand meal and a grand experience. "Rajasthan through my eyes"