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Hotel Aravali, Mount Abu

Hotel Aravali, Mount Abu

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As cosy as your home, as scenic as a postcard, this is Hotel Aravali, Mount Abu. Make use of the many thoughtful amenities available, including the fine-dining restaurant, games centre, conference room, and free Wi-Fi, when holidaying at the resort.

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This triple-decker of traditional flavours is one of the best-known Rajasthani treats. A tasty mix of tangy Churma, spicy Dal and fried Baati makes it delightfully delicious.
Best described as Gram Flour dumplings, this one’s a staple in every Rajasthani festivity. Like most Rajasthani fare, Gatte ki Sabzi is high on spice and taste, and best enjoyed with traditional Indian flatbread.
This traditional Rajasthani dish made from a mix of dried beans and local berries is a delightful combination of exquisite flavours unique to the state.
The Summer Festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm just before the annual advent of the monsoons. This extravaganza of cultural activities is an ode to the intricacies of Rajasthan’s art and tradition.
The Winter Festival features a myriad of classical and folk performances by artists from across Rajasthan and neighbouring states. Traditional Rajasthani folk dances like Ghoomar and Gair are the highlight of the festival.
The Dilwara Temples are famous for their white marbles and intricate carvings. An important pilgrimage place for Jains, this will be one of the highlights of your trip to Mount Abu.
Guru Shikhar is the highest point of the Aravalli Range. Named after Guru Dattatreya, an incarnation of Vishnu, it is home to caves that have been turned into temples dedicated to him and his mother, Anasuya.
Nakki Lake at Mount Abu is a natural reservoir surrounded by countless attractions like Toad Rock, Raghunath Temple, and Maharaja Jaipur Palace.
Easy to get to. Hard to leave. 
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