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


The epic battle of Haldighati and its glorious history is recreated at the Chokhi Dhani Ethnic Village. In 1576, the Haldighati battle was fought between 20,000 Rajputs against a Mughal army of 80,000 men where Rana Pratap showcased exemplary valor. Beautifully built, the Haldighati mountain pass and its preserved detailing make it a must-visit at this cultural village.

Vaishno Devi Temple

This beautiful hand-painted temple gives one spiritual peace and recieve the blessings of Maa Vaishno Devi. The temple also has a man-made waterfall that resides outside the temple which is refreshing at any time.


Rathkhana is where you will see display of old chariots a.k.a. raths.

Babaji of Cave

An artificial cave yet it feels like one is stepping in an ancient cave and gets the chance to meet the babaji of the cave, while at the Chokhi Dhani Village.

Jungle Devta

Dance to the drum beads of the forest dwellers and click a snap with Jungle Devta.

Tejaji Temple

Veer Tejaji Temple is worshipped as a deity. He was legendary Rajasthani folk hero and considered to be incarnation of Lord Shiva.

Rajasthani Village Culture

In Mewar Re Dhani, Registan Re Dhani and Jaisalmer Re Dhani you will find the special style village huts which represent the Mewar culture and Desert's special cool huts which stay cool in hot summer without any A.C.

Panghat is present to showcase the ancient way of pulling out water from the well, whereas Tel Re Ghani represents the ancient way of getting oil by moving bullock around- round and round- a central machine. Garidya Luhar shows the working of the Indian Blacksmith, who doesn’t rest until the work is finally finished.