Warm heartedly welcome you all to a village stay concept. The stay is provided in the Bhungas, village cottages and Tented stay which are traditionally constructed by the Meghwar family, Within Rann Visamo timeless horizons, you will find yourself one with nature.
Real Test Of Kutchi food - Kutchi cuisine is relatively simple It consists of Khichdi, the main dish eaten with Kadhi - a savoury curry made of yoghurt using curry patta, ginger, chillies and finely chopped vegetables as garnishing - onions and pickels.
There are salads of chopped and grated vegetables, chutneys of mint and coriander - all served in earthenware. Bajra-ki-roti, dals (lentils), an assortment of green vegetables, kadhi and khichari cooked with a minimum of spices. The butter is homemade and the ghee is pure. Kutchi food is very simple. Vegetables are cooked with very little seasoning and with water. And for some reason, there is a lot of emphasis on cutting vegetables properly and neatly.
Hodka Artists Village - You will explore typical houses of the village, meet the different families of craftsmen and admire the beautiful models and First State embroidery and leather crafts. Guests person families craftsmen to see their beautifully decorated traditional houses painted, linear unites learn metropolis their First State livelihoods and customs and enjoy their fine embroidery (Pakko, Neran, Kambhiro, wall, etc.) and First States work leather that you can also buy directly from artisans.
You can also Virda person or where you will learn about the old process First State First State First State recovering water in drylands Banni, a dry, flat land extension First State First State similar to Rann cutch to enjoy the particular landscape.
Evening culture folk music program - Music is an essential part of the culture of many of Kutch’s communities. Traditional music invokes emotions, expresses history and addresses current events. It is celebratory, spiritual, devotional and mystical. It differs according to geographic area. Sindhi music is popular in the northern parts of Kutch, while Kanthi music is popular in the south and Vagad is popular in the east.
Kutchi music can generally be broken up into three categories – classical, folk and Sufi. Classical Kutchi music is formulaic and has structured notes and compositions. Folk music, on the other hand, is unstructured and open to greater experimentation and variation. Sufi is largely vocal, mystical music with religious poetry at its core.