Recreate the site for an exceptional and out-of-the-world experience.
A part of Fort Khejarla can be well – recreated as a Rajasthani village to get the actual feel of a local village. Everything from the decoration, the food, the entertainment, the service will all authentic and traditional.
The village setting would be created with bamboo huts, haystacks, benches, and stalls. Lanterns and celebration lights along with Mashaals (flaming torches) at the entrance would be lit up. In addition, a bonfire would be set up in the middle. All the waiters and bar men would be dressed in traditional outfits.
A troop of folk singers and dancers and puppeteers would be organized. More interesting would be the ‘Haat Bazaar’ in which villagers would display their wares. A special stall for trying traditional clothes and taking pictures would be organized along with local women who would apply henna or mehendi. Cooking demos of local dishes can be organized.
The evening is started with a non – alcoholic welcome drink. A well stocked bar lifts the spirit. The aroma of Rajasthani foods fills the air and guests can relish the sit-down dinner in the traditional manner (sitting on a chaar pai/khatiya).
Male guests are given colourful turbans for the evening and women are given colourful stoles for the evening. Optional costumes (complete outfit) can also be arranged if needed. Dhol and nagada at the entrance would welcome guests.
The Mehfil theme is all about ROYALTY. From the decoration to the food to the service, Fort Khejarla would be transformed into its original attire. Feel and enjoy the royalty under the starlit sky that the evening has to offer.
The Mehfil setting would be created with celebration lights that were used to illumination during the olden days to welcome the victorious Maharajas. Mashaals would be lit up at the entrance and guests would be greeted by decorated royal horses and camels. A troop of folk singers and dancers would be organized.
Guests would be given a red carpet welcome with a shower of rose petals and ittar (perfume). All the waiters and bar men would be dressed in traditional outfits.
For women, local women would be arranged to apply henna or mehendi while men can enjoy the sheesha (water pipe for smoking fruits or tobacco).
The evening is started with a non – alcoholic welcome drink. A well stocked bar lifts the spirit. An elaborate sumptuous meal that would be a mix of Rajasthani and Mughlai dishes would be served. The seating for the evening would be mattresses covered with beautiful rich bed sheets and cushions.
Male guests are given colourful turbans for the evening and women are given colourful stoles for the evening. Optional costumes (complete outfit) can also be arranged if needed. Shehnai would be arranged at the entrance to welcome guests.