Rajasthan entertainment

Dance in Udaipur


The beautiful Bagore-ki-Haveli hosts the best (and most convenient) opportunity to see Rajasthani folk dancing, with nightly shows of colourful, energetic Marwari, Bhil and western Rajasthani dances, as well as trad…
Cinema in Jaipur

Raj Mandir Cinema

Just off MI Rd, Raj Mandir is the place to go to see a Hindi film in India. This opulent cinema looks like a huge pink cream cake, with a meringue auditorium and a foyer somewhere between a temple and Disneyland. Bo…
Live Performance in Jaipur

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani, meaning ‘special village', is a mock Rajasthani village 20km south of Jaipur, and is a fun place to take kids. There are open-air restaurants, where you can enjoy a tasty Rajasthani thali, plus a bevy …
Spectator Sport in Jaipur

Polo Ground

Maharaja Man Singh II indulged his passion for polo by building an enormous polo ground next to Rambagh Palace, which is still a polo-match hub today. A ticket to a match also gets you into the lounge, which is ador…
Live Performance in Udaipur

Mewar Sound & Light Show

Fifteen centuries of intriguing Mewar history are squeezed into one atmospheric hour of commentary and light switching – in English from September to April, in Hindi other months.
Cinema in Jaipur

Inox Cinemas

This modern three-screen multiplex features the latest Bollywood blockbusters and usually some Hollywood offerings (often dubbed in Hindi).
Outdoor Cinema in Amber

Amber Sound & Light Show

This history lesson with a little drama takes place below the fort in the Kesar Kiyari complex near Maota Lake.