Village Fair

Chokhi Dhani Indore Village Fair was established in 1997 as a replica of a Rajasthani village. It is decorated with era-reminiscent furnishings, handmade ethnic lamps and earthen lanes that represent a traditional Rajasthani village. We collect real villagers from nearby villages for servicing, performers from tribal areas, puppeteers for puppet shows, the best cooks from royal palaces and nawabs and artisans from all over Rajasthan. The live Rajasthani dances and folk musical performances are so lively and colourful that few visitors can resist the temptation to join the artists and dance to the music.

Visitors can also purchase traditional handicrafts as souvenirs of their experience of the essence of Rajasthan at Chokhi Dhani. Built to capture and deliver the rich authentic Rajasthani heritage and cuisine to its guests, Chokhi Dhani Indore proves to be the best travel destination. Therefore, Experience the rich warmth and rustic charm of a typical Rajasthani Village at Chokhi Dhani Indore- where the festivities never end!

Animal rides are great fun at Chokhi Dhani. Be it a camel ride, bullock cart ride or horse ride, each experience makes for a new zenith of happiness. A journey through the village on these animal rides allows you to see & feel the true spirit of Rajasthani and its roots through a new light.
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.
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.
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.