We stopped at Ambala Haveli while coming back from road trip, this will fall of left side when you are coming from Ambala towards Delhi. They have huge area with open seating for snacks and AC restaurant for food.
The famous chandpole is 300 meters from the hotel and Bagore ki Haveli which is famous for dharohar show (folks dance, jhoomar dance, puppet dance etc) are 200 meters from this hotel. The property is 200 years old and was converted to hotel in 2006. The owner is a perfect gentlemen and guided us abotu all key sites, dos and donts in Udaipur. What mre you need, they serve yummy parathas for breakfast:)
Bhari village is located in Ambala Tehsil of Ambala district in Haryana, India. Get Detailed information about Bhari village like History, Population, Census, Pincode, STD Code, Street Map, Satellite Map etc.
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Hotel Aashiya Haveli, Udaipur: See 662 traveller reviews, 413 user photos and best deals for Hotel Aashiya Haveli, ranked #39 of 295 Udaipur hotels, rated 4.5 of 5 at Tripadvisor.
Jhatka Bisowa Ambala Jhatka, or Chatka (jhàṭkā IPA: [tʃə̀ʈkɑ]), is the meat from an animal killed instantaneously, such as by a single strike of a sword or axe to sever the head.The animal must not be scared or shaken in any way before the slaughter. Ambala is a divisional headquarters of the Northern
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Haveli (Mansion) The word ‘Haveli’, which is of Persian origin, means ‘a surrounded or an enclosed place’.The great era of the Shekhawati havelis was the middle and late 19th century. The finest havelis enclose two courts, an inner courtyard for the womenfolk and an outer forecourt for the men.