The terrace of the vast and magnificent Mardana Mahal can be accessed by two stairways and a wide ramp laid out with horizontal bands of coloured stones. There are therapeutic views of the changing pastoral countryside which grows millet, wheat and mustard.
The room honours Ashish Khokar, India's leading dance critic and publisher of Attendance. Its walls are adorned with rare photographs of dancers, archival posters and antique masks worn by leading exponents of Chhau dance. These are all part of the famed Mohan Khokar collection presented by his son Ashish.
Furnished by an antique double bed and a private washroom, this room offers an intimate retreat. As daylight filters through the window, behold the majestic 2 billion year old Aravalli hills, setting the stage for a romantic escape.
- Second Floor
- No. Of Beds - 1 Double
- People accommodated without extra bed - 2
- Countryside views