Discover the Marwari Homeland

Malji Ka Kamra – a unique heritage property – is a meticulously restored 1920′s haveli showcasing the finest of Italian architecture and Shekhawati style paintings. One of the finest havelis of the region, this imposing, breathtakingly beautiful building is a fantasy of slender pillars and stucco art couched over more than 100 pillars. Interiors of the building contain some of the best preserved wall paintings.

Spread over 4000 sq. mts and fronted by a spacious garden, the property houses 15 elegant and comfortable rooms and is located in the heart of Churu in Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. While the rooms and ambiance are created to reflect early 20th century charm, one can get impressive panoramic view of the old town and breathtaking sunset views from terraces and rooftop.

Wander through the streets where opulent havelis rise on either side telling the tales of their times through rich paintings, come across interesting traditions of several religious sects, stumble on architectural masterpieces of johras and chhatris, see colorful bazaars, listen to the tunes of Shekhawati’s musicians or explore the wildlife in surroundings – all these and more await you at Churu.

Explore this delightful gem of Shekhawati’s Marwari heritage while enjoying best of Rajasthani hospitality.

Our Rooms

Malji Ka Kamra has a selection of suites carrying original murals and fine double rooms painstakingly restored to blend with the period and architecture.

The rooms are elegant and comfortable with attached bathrooms and modern amenities. All rooms are air conditioned.
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Dining

Spice Court, our restaurant serves delectable buffet style meals featuring traditional Rajasthani cuisine. Seating can be arranged at varied places – in the restaurant, in our garden or at open-to-sky terraces in traditional style.
Kitchen closes at 23:00 HRS but limited Room service is provided 24 hours.
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History

Made as a guesthouse to Maharaja of Bikaner by Malji Kothari – one of the richest Seths of Churu – Malji Ka Kamra is over 100 years’ old. The place was used as an entertainment house for visiting dignitaries with artists being called upon from all corners of his riyasat.
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