|The car left us here. That's Venkat on the right in a red shirt walking towards Chokhi Dhani|
|Entrance to Chokhi Dhani|
We fixed a cab to and from Collectorate Circle at the heart of Jaipur where we were put up. It cost us Rs. 900. It made sense as the whole exercise took us about 4 hours and the distance was some 45 km both ways. Then there was the waiting and parking, of course.
We walked further down the entry hall to go through a door that took us to a huge open air setting. Lighting was from hurricane lamps hung on low level, cut tree branches that were fixed to the muddy ground. There were electric bulbs in the lamps. It was pleasant and added to the village ambience.
|Entry hall where you buy dinner coupons|
|Hurricane lamp on a tree stump|
|Dancing to live music|
|Venkat gets a Henna Tattoo|
|Artisans' Village - reminded me of Dilli Haat|
|Isn't that cute!|
|A counter to exchange foreign currency|
|Stuffed dolls made of cloth|
|Royal AC Restaurant|
|Salad served in a marble pounding stone - unique indeed :)|
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