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Swad Ri Dhani

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Swad 10th Mile Stone, Near Balaji Temple, Ajmer 305001 India
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#31 of 123 B&Bs / Inns in Ajmer
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Swad Ri Dhani is a concept to join the rajasthani tribes from the world. Nowadays tourists are very much aware of rajasthan and its culture. But still they are far-far away from its roots. They know only a state of Kings... a place of snake charmers... and an emerging handicraft's industry. But real rajasthan is still there in villages, the paintings..., art Bani Thani..., the wall decorations..., the cow dung plaster..., the pure food..., the fresh air..., the evening performances, the enthusiasm, the 'manuhar' (mouthful catering), the traditions, the costumes and at last but not least the feelings.
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Hitesh Sharma wrote a review Jun 2019
Jaipur, India3 contributions3 helpful votes
Someone had a big land besides highway and used that to build a resort. But since it is not so close to a tourist spot or a big city, it attracts fewer crowd. Apperantly the management is not so interested to look after the property. I visited the resort for a day activity so not sure how is the hotel. As far as the resort, it should be the last resort if you live in neighbourhood (ajmer, kishangarh or bhilwara). Since you wouldn't have many nearby options for family outing, you can visit there. The entry fee for adults is 450 and for kids 250. They have a small dirty pool which you can enjoy as long as you aren't worry about hygiene. Next is puppet show. I just appreciate that they have employed 2 persons just to be there and do something. It was the worst puppet show I have ever seen. Just moving the strings here and there. There was a magic show which was not in function as the magician was out on vacation ;) Next is folk dance which is okay to watch, nothing impressive. Infect I saw the visitors occupied the stage and started dancing. Move on to a train, which is definitely for kids, taking a small circular round of about 30ft. They could have made it bigger to go around the entire resort. Then there is a small maze, which was boring. It was super small, like take 8-10 turns and you are done. They do have some nice structures which gives you the feel of a village and also some swings for kids. Finally, the best part is the food. They really have good cook and you can definitely enjoy the Rajasthani food they serve. So if you are around have want to spend some time, you can go there but do not expect much. If you are an outsider, Do Not Go There.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Prashant_agwl wrote a review Feb 2016
Ghaziabad, India29 contributions14 helpful votes
We read about some reviews about this place and also checked with hotels, response from both the sources seemed encouraging. Thus we decided to explore the place in evening on 6th Feb. The place is priced at Rs. 400 for adults and Rs. 200 for kids from 3-12 years. The place was dark and gloomy with very few activities being operational. The magic show was fabulous and that is only saving grace for the evening. The other activities include folk dance, archery, ball throw and such like things, but all of them are of poor standard and expensive as compared even to Chokhi Dhani. They had rabits, but those also looked ill and mistreated. The fortune teller was good fun. Food was not bad. If you have spare time to waste you can visit this place, else its a waste of time and money.
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Date of stay: February 2016
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Sharad_Ind wrote a review Oct 2015
Ajmer, India115 contributions104 helpful votes
This place is now known as Krishanam Dhani. If you want to experience Rajasthani food, this place is a nice one to try. The people can enjoy Rajasthani food, Folk Singing, Magic Show, Puppet Show, Camel ride and games all at one place. Kids may enjoy the rabbits cage, goose and camel ride. Although you can see much better Puppet shows, magic shows and Kalbeliya dance than here. The only considerable point to discuss here is the Rajasthani food which is the only reason, I have visited here a few times. If you are on Ajmer - Jaipur highway, you can give it a try. If you are staying at Country Inn which is just few walking steps away, you can plan a dinner here. They serve you with renowned Rajasthani pampering and will insist you to have more even when you had your fill. The food is good but may sound little costly for budget travellers. If you are in a group, dont shy away from bargaining. If you are visiting in summers, you can also enjoy swimming and kids can enjoy little water rides. The management has tried to give it a village look but I have been to better village resorts.
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Date of stay: October 2015
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Pawan S wrote a review Oct 2014
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Awesome place to find rajasthan culture. Dance,puppet show,magic show r really good. Hospitality was very good , n at last Rajasthani food was really best.manager Gajender singh rathore behaviour was heart touching
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Date of stay: October 2014Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Rajat J wrote a review Sep 2014
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I have visited this place more than 4-5 times, because i am a foodie. As i am an localite i never stayed there for a night. My review is only for food , their hospitality and attractions out there. It is a perfect place if you want a glimpse of rajasthani village, all village attractions are there, you can see camel safari, elephant ride, a magician, puppet show, birds cage, kalbeliya dance, labyrinth and many other things . Food: you will get good, hygienic rajasthani food there, if you are a fan of Dal Bati and churma you should once go for it. location is not that good as both major cities ajmer and kishangarh are bit far. There is McDonalds near to it.
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Date of stay: January 2014
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Frequently Asked Questions about Swad Ri Dhani
Which popular attractions are close to Swad Ri Dhani?
Nearby attractions include Nasiyan Jain Temple (3.5 km), Ana Sagar Lake (6.2 km), and Dargah Shariff (4.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Swad Ri Dhani?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and a business centre.
What food & drink options are available at Swad Ri Dhani?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Swad Ri Dhani?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Swad Ri Dhani?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mango Masala Restaurant, TRM Restaurant, and Ambrosia Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to Swad Ri Dhani?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Abdullah Khan's Tomb (3.1 km), Bhim Burj and Garbha Gunjan (1.0 km), and Taragarh Fort (2.9 km).