Weddings are measured as one of the most consecrated and tremendous events of one's life. Every couple has the desire of celebrating their marriage in an imperial and a majestic manner. Rejoicing one's wedding in Rajasthan can be increasingly exciting and rewarding experience.
Khammagani !! Hotel Fort Barli recently hosted a destination wedding for a French couple in February this year. The wedding was organized as per theTraditional Royal Rajputi style. The celebrations started with the traditional Henna (Mehndi) with which the Bride for the day was decorated. It is believed that the depth of colour that is achieved on the bride's hands and feet is thought to be indicative of the depth of love and devotion the couple will enjoy.
Fort Barli is a unique way to experience Rajasthan, one of India's most vibrant and exotic destinations. Unveil its true beauty and Unfurl the royal legacies of the princely state of India - Rajasthan. Fort Barli is a mid-point between Jaipur and Jodphur. It's in the middle of nowhere and is an unexpected, attractive and pleasurable stopover. This is an ancient Rajastahani fort / palace renovated by the younger members of its old ruling family, whose ancestors have lived here for many generations. The fort can be spotted on the way to Ajmer around a distance of 85 kms from Jaipur.
Sun-dappled courtyards bordering an infinity pool overlooking verdant fields-this is an idyllic escape your host Divyraj Singh Karansar aims to provide in a 340-year-old fort. The property accommodates up to 16 guests, so it's great for an intimate celebration (the jhoomar-topped halls provide photogenic venues) away from the throngs, but not so far that getting there becomes a trudge.
At this heritage property, guests can enjoy traditional rituals like mehndi, get ayurvedic massages, visit an astrologer or witness the puppet shows and folk music performances that Rajasthan is known for. But there's no skimping on modern luxuries, including massive, beautifully appointed rooms, a Royal Suite, and a gorgeous open-air pool. You can go cycling or biking around the countryside and take day trips to Pushkar and Chittorgarh. And when you want a day of doing nothing, pick up some of the board games available on-site and just chill."
Feel the 'royal vibes' at Fort Barli, Rajasthani style. An out of the world way to experience the flavours of Rajasthan.HolidayIQ Traveller Deelip Ram shares, "This is a fort turned hotel is near Ajmer in Rajasthan. The view and decoration of fort is very nice. Rajasthani food is very good here with an amazing experience of the culture of Rajasthan. I stayed here for three days with my family. This fort is placed in wild life are and deer and birds can be easily spotted."
The women of the dusty village still cook over open fires, as they did when brave Darbar Lal Singh ruled 300 years ago. Anirudh Rathore's restoration recalls the halcyon days of royal Rajasthan. Seated beneath the fabulous ceiling of the dining room, guarded by portraits of five generations, you can appreciate how this was the court where warriors met over matters of state. Disturbed only by distant prayer, you can float in the exquisite infinity pool. Why not play at being the movie star when, couched in velvet on a bullock cart, you progress through the village (not for the shy), to the great curiosity of the locals? Few travellers make it this far: a rare treat.