Malji Ka Kamra - Churu
We love saying that Shekhawati is not just about
seeing its great havelis (mansions) and their fresco
paintings. Unlike the princely palaces and forts,
the heritage of Shekhawati belongs to its people –
the Marwari merchants. So, as impressive as our
havelis are (and we are proud to be doing one of the
best guided tours of the “open art gallery“ in
region), the Churu experience is about the people –
the merchants, the artisans, the farmers, the
workers and so many more like us. Knowing these
people, their stories, their lives is what makes it
Lal Singh - I am your expert on havelis and frescos,
part time manager, street expert and so much more.
Born in Castle Mahansar (near Churu) and brought up
in a conventional family, I have closely seen
rituals of traditional life of Rajasthan. Since my
father worked in Churu as a lawyer, our family has
always had a special connection with Churu. I am a
post-graduate in History and my love for Rajasthani
art, culture and architecture has led me to work a
lot to unfold the remote and less-travelled villages
and streets of the region.
While I used to think of myself as a tour-guide
(that’s what I did for 15 years), my association
with Malji has been different. At Malji, I am
everything our guest would want me to be – but
having said that our havelis are still my passion.
And believe me, there is no other haveli like the
one we run – it really is in its own zone.
Patrons may choose to stay in deluxe rooms or Haveli
rooms at Malji Ka Kamra. Guests can get a feel of
the rich culture and tradition of Rajasthan in these
beautifully decorated rooms. These rooms are
comfortable, have ample of space and are
well-ventilated. Each room is air-conditioned and
provided with basic amenities like colour TV and
At Malji Ka Kamra, we
take pride in our food (just like any Marwari would)
since it is a highlight to anyone’s visit to a
Marwari’s house. Located on the ground floor, our main
dining hall used to be the center of all dance and
music performances in original days. Its’ relaxed
ambiance and high ceiling design is the perfect
setting for a fulfilling dining experience. The meals
are simple, home-cooked variety giving you a best feel
of local Marwari cuisine (primarily vegetarian), with
a few non-vegetarian dishes added for comfort of our
Those well versed with Marwari cooking and wishing to
relish some of the more renowned Rajasthani delicacies
can also look forward to a fulfilling fooding
experience as we put together sumptuous dishes using
freshest ingredients from local market..
Malji Ka Kamra, with a traditional appeal ensures a
comfortable environment for work and relaxation with
essential amenities. The necessary facilities include
room service, internet, 24-hour front desk, air
conditioning, elevators, parking, travel desk, 24-hour
security, and doctor-on-call. Provision of business
services and meeting facilities are also available.
Tasty meals are served in a lovely ambience at the
in-house restaurant, Spice Court during the stay.
Positioned behind Jain Market, Malji Ka Kamra is
surrounded by famous tourist landmarks like Churu
Fort (Approx. 1km) and Shri Ram Mandir (Approx.
1km). Other significant attractions in Churu are
Salasar Balaji Temple, Tal Chhapar Sanctuary and
Raghunathji Mandir. The ancient Salasar Balaji
Temple, also known as the Salasar Dham is dedicated
to Lord Balaji, the incarnation of Lord Hanuman.
Jaipur Airport: 252 km (approx.)
Churu Railway Station: 2 km (approx.)
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