Where to dine with, at the traditional retreats of Ancient India
Tuesday,11 Feb 2020
Why not let us take a break from a cliche getaways and lets have a dip to relive the ancient curates of Great India. You might have been amazed to dine with traditional retreats of ancient India's finest collections of art, biodiversity, architecture, crafts and traditional culture. From Kanyakumari to Jammu and Kashmir there are a number of its kind to explore and enjoy with traditional India.
Castle Kanota, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Castle Kanota is located in Jaipur at the onshore of Kings and Palaces where the guests are getting rare opportunities for royal dining. Guests are provided with a chance to dine like royalty with their specially prepared thali from the collection of the family archives. All the recipes are taken straight out of the Kanota family archives. Which is handwritten in about 50 books. All these recipes serving here for the guests are exclusively found here at Castle Kanota.
Rajbari Bawali, Raypur, West Bengal
The Rajbari Bawali, is a 250 year old architectural masterpiece built by the Zamindars of Bengal. First 170 years of the history of Rajbari Bawali was the period of prosperity and lavish days. But the grandeur came to fade after the independence losing major share of wealth during the years. After its recent restoration the property holded back its lost graceful days. Each guest who visits here can explore the luxury life of Bengal's Zamindars also gets experience of its opulence, traditions, practices and cuisines. Truly to part of the grandeur of Zamindars of Bengal
Belgadia Palace, Mayurbhanj, Orissa
Orissa's Mayurbhanj district is famous for art and architecture where Belgadia Palace is situated. The palace is recently renovated and the Heritage Property is part of sustainable tourism, benefiting the empowerment of tribal people of the area. Belgadia Palace offers its guests a finest chance to visit the art forms and royal life around.
Belgadia Palace offers insight into Art forms including Mayurbhanj Chhau folk dance which was highly celebrated during golden era of Palace under the rule of Mayurbhanj.
Stok Palace Heritage Hotel, Ladakh,
Set in the midst of the valley of Singey Sangpo, Stok Palace Heritage Hotel gives guests an opportunity to experience 200 years old traditions and the culture that practiced over the region .The Stock Palace Hotel was built by Ladakhi craftsmen in 1820s and was Namgyal Dynasty's family home. Now the Heritage hotel is remodeled under King Jigmed Namgyal restoring traditional methods and elements. Most of the traditional elements found here are dying crafts today.
Wild Mahseer, Balipara, Assam
The Wild Mahseer, Balipara was built by the British Assam Tea Company in 1864. This beautiful heritage stay is in essence the reflection of the lifestyle of colonial tea planters of Assam. Every traveller is offered here with rarest offer to enjoy biodiversity of Eastern Himalayan Botanical Ark