Feel all your worries ebb away with leisurely dips in our spacious, azure-blue swimming pool, iridescent in the bright sunlight. Let the mischievous, sparkling gleam of the water call out to you. Float your way into a sun-baked stupor, allowing the soothing sound of the lapping water do wonders for all those aches and pains that go hand-in-hand with today’s frenzied lifestyles.
The tranquillity of Deeppura Garh knows no bounds. A glorious tribute to times gone by, the serenity that envelops this beguiling haveli has the power to keep all your worries at bay. The calming influence of meditation and regular practice of yoga can help limit our daily stress, giving more space and time for our minds, souls, and bodies to rejuvenate and heal. In Deeppura Garh you can find a special room to meditate.
Places To Visit (Max 1hr Drive)
Trip to Sekhawati
The semi-desert area of Shekhawati region is situated in triangular mass of land between Delhi, Jaipur and Bikaner. This region, famous for its painted Havelis or mansions with beautiful frescoes is today termed as an Open-Air Art Gallery of Rajasthan. The region today provides a veritable feast of wall paintings which is unmatched in the world.
Trip to Tal Chapper
It is almost treeless and flat saline depression covering an area of about 8 Sq Km., provides a perfect habitat for the Blackbuck (Antelope Cervicapara) the most beautiful of all antelopes of the world. Taal Chapper is one of the best-known areas in India to observe the blackbuck in their natural surroundings. Taal Chapper is a fascinating area of bird watchers too.
Places To Visit (30 Minutes Drive)
Salasar Bala Ji Temple
Built in 1754 AD, this bustling Hindu temple provides traditional rituals, feasts & ceremonies. Salasar Balaji temple, situated in the Churu district of Rajasthan is a very old and famous temple of Lord Hanuman.
This Shiva temple, according to an inscription dated 973 CE, was built by the Shiv ascetic Bhavarakta, during the reign of Chahamana king Vigraharaja II.The original temple was later destroyed by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in 1679. In 1718 Rao Shivsingh constructed a new temple adjacent to the old one using its ruins.