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Malji Ka Kamra is a century old, restored haveli in town of Churu. Take a break in this sumptuous region to immerse yourself in the captivating story of what India is beyond Celebrated Forts and Palaces. We will be sincerely looking forward to welcoming you!

Malji Ka Kamra is a restored haveli (private mansion) from the 1920s is 1.1 mi from Churu Railway Station. Located in Shekhawati, the property provides beautiful air-conditioned rooms with original paintings and wall murals. Handmade King-sized beds feature in all the guestrooms. The private bathrooms are equipped with hot water showers. Malji Ka Kamra is 53 mi from Tal Chappar Wildlife Sanctuary. It is a 3-hour drive from Jaipur and 5-hour drive from Delhi. Local guides are available to bring guests out on day trips. Camel and jeep safaris, folk music, farm visits and picnic lunches can be organized. Spice Court restaurant is located on the hotel’s ground floor. It serves both Indian and Rajasthani cuisine, as well as a daily breakfast.
In 1905, Malji Kothari, a rich merchant of the Kothari clan of Churu, wanted a place to entertain his wealthy friends. He imagined a gigantic mansion with enough space and beauty that could be theatre of dance, music and feasting. Kothari completed building it by 1920, and named it Rang Mahal, where musicians, dancers and performers of all kinds came to entertain the merchant and his royal visitors from far flung cities, as well as Bikaner.

Back in the day, when Churu still belonged to the state of Bikaner, the hotel was used as a rang mahal to host and entertain Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner, on his travels to the region.
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