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Dharohar is a daily evening Live Rajasthani Cultural show which is being staged since last 17 years. it showcases various popular folk dances like: Gavri, Gorbandh, Ghoomar, Bhawai, Kalbeli, Teerahtaal and Puppet show with the live music. We have...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Bagore Ki Haveli | Gangaur Ghat, Udaipur 313001, India
All reviews bagore ki haveli puppet show rajasthani culture folk dance grand finale old lady dance form welcome song show starts at pm front row every evening rich heritage takes place reach early various parts must visit if you are awesome experience
Really great show. Well worth going to visit. Good mix of Indian and western tourists. 150 rupees for a western adult. Show starts at 7pm. Ticket sales and entrance starts at 6:15. We went on a Sunday so can’t speak for a weekday but it...More
Just even to experience something new. Yes, the pot lady was brilliant, but I liked the puppet man best; he really brought his characters to life and it was beautiful to see the children’s faces as they watched. Might as well say it again -...More
A super dance show with various styles perfectly curated and presented. All dance artists were brilliant and the show stopper .72 year old lady is just awesome. You will be left with no words at the end of show. This is a must visit in...More
A dance show that is well curated and presented. Barring the fact that the hall is always full and even if you have a ticket you can be turned away because the hall is full, this is a must do. Get there well before the...More
We came with our G adventures tour and it was the most vibrant brilliant show I ever could have imagined! The dancers were fantastic, the puppet show was hilarious.
It’s an hour show of various dances from regions of Rajasthan with an explanation before each...More
If you like Rajasthani Cultural show then you will definitely love this. Show starts with performances that are not so great but the best ones come towards the end.
There is a puppet show which is quite good. The best part what I liked about...More
I was captivated from the first moment, the music, atmosphere, hostess, and most importantly the dancer all kept my eyes glued!
What a wonderful way of preserving such an important cultural gem, and the venue is beautiful!
Encore to dancers! I loved the fact that...More
Response from samir1971 | Reviewed this property |
Dharohar timings are from 7pm to 8pm. Tickets are available from 6 pm onwards. You should reach there latest by 6:30-6:45pm so that you get proper sitting place(few benches). No tickets on line. Lane leading to Dharohar are... More
Dharohar timings are from 7pm to 8pm. Tickets are available from 6 pm onwards. You should reach there latest by 6:30-6:45pm so that you get proper sitting place(few benches). No tickets on line. Lane leading to Dharohar are very narrow and at time be congested so please ensure that you keep 10min spare.
As others have rightly advised you, you should not miss boat ride at Pichola lake and city Palace(take a proper guide). In case you have 2 evenings in Udaipur in your one and half day schedule then you could also see the light and sound show at the city palace on one of the evenings. Enjoy the late evening dinner at one of the roof top lake view restaurants in the city. The view of the lit up hotels and palace is awesome. I could suggest one eg Upre restaurant in lake Pichola hotel(roof top). There are other gardens like Sahelion ki baddi which could be given a miss. There is a rope way cable car ride which children's might enjoy.
The show takes place every night at 7pm there's no need to book. Just turn up buy a ticket at the entrance door and choose your seating area. It gets very crowded. Its well worth it and I think it costs around 100Rs per... More
The show takes place every night at 7pm there's no need to book. Just turn up buy a ticket at the entrance door and choose your seating area. It gets very crowded. Its well worth it and I think it costs around 100Rs per person.