Darbargadh Poshina - A Heritage Home
Hub(s): North Gujarat (Ahmedabad)
The rulers of Poshina were descendants of the Chalukyas, who ruled much of Gujarat and Central India in the 12th century. The Darbargadh was once the pride of the Chalukya dynasty. This palace has huge gateways, a massive dome, numerous pillars and arches. It offers pleasant courtyards, gardens, lawns, shady trees and terraces with views of the Arravalli mountains. Ancient fort walls and the old prison are reminders of the property‘s history.
Jeep excursions to tribal villages and the World famous Terracotta Army of horses.
Cooking, pottery classes and tribal dances on request. Hiking, picnic lunches by lake side/ farm .
Excursion to the famous Delwara temple in Mount Abu and Kumbharia Jain temple in Ambaji.
Major credit cards and all currencies accepted.
A boutique for shopping handicrafts and antiques. A treasure trove for textile lovers.
Community service, charity etc can be done in the tribal villages.
Village sightseeing - ancient Jain and Shiva temples, silver jewellery, pottery work , blacksmiths etc .
Contact detailsPhone : 02775-283325
Mobile : 9427609927
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: http:// www.poshina.in
24 air-conditioned double bedrooms with attached baths, period furniture.
Fax, travel assistance. Money changing counter.
Indian food (traditional) available.
Telephone in rooms not yet
Limited room service
Abu road - Poshina -50 kms
Udaipur / Ranakpur - Poshina-125kms
Ahmedabad - Poshina -175 kms
Poshina - Ambaji -25 kms