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Rides & Hang-outs
Ride on the luxuries of the bygone era - be it camel, a horse drawn Tonga or an elephant. 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 of whole village in style, savoring 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.

Elephant ride
Enjoy the ride on the mighty elephant and feel the princely feeling you never had.

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 mid 18th 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.

Boating - Tal Talaiya

Chokhi Dhani has its own beautiful village Lake "Tal Talaiya" where one can enjoy boating. The waterfall at the end adds just the right touch of romance to the scenery.

Chokhi Dhani has many hang-outs where you would like to spare some of your time, like:

Temple - Mandir Devra
Beautifully hand painted temple which gives you spiritual peace in this hustling culture.

Rajasthani Village Culture
Panghat showing ancient way of pulling out water from well whereas Tel Re Ghani represents the ancient way of getting oil by moving bullock round and round a central mechanical system. Garadiya Luhar shows the working of Indian Blacksmith, who never take rest till the work lasts. In Mevar Re Dhani and Registan Re Dhani you will find the special style village huts which represent the Mevar culture and Desert's special cool huts which stay cool in hot summer without any A.C.
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Village Entrance Panghat Garadiya Luhar Registan re Dhani
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Mehendi (Henna)
Mehendi is special henna colouring applied in intricate, beautiful patterns on the hands. It cools mind and body. In India it is symbolize as good faith and used in all religious occasions of Hindus.

Museum - Ajayabghar
A display of old locks, arms and utensils give you a glimpse of an age gone by. A gallery to show the artistic craftsmanship of our ancestors.

Photo Studio
Chokhi Dhani Village also has a photo studio with beautiful wall paintings and mirror work on its walls.
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Pani Patasi Photo Studio Craft's Bazaar Ghanta Ghar
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Craft's Bazaar - Haat Bazaar
Craft's bazaar is an attempt to bring under one roof the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, arts and crafts of the 9 most distinctive states of the country viz. Rajasthan, Maharastra, Gujarat, J&K, Kerala, Goa, Sikkim, West Bengal & Tamil Nadu.

The "NATIONAL HAAT" is built like a giant map of the country with a boutique of each state built on its geographical location on the map. Handicrafts from each state are available for sale in the boutiques. Every month, the National Haat celebrates a festival for one state. While artisans and cultural troupes demonstrate the arts and crafts of that state, visitors also get to taste its rich culinary traditions.
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