The colourful, vibrant home of the glorious Golden Temple, large-hearted people and a whole lot of fun! Come with us on a journey where folklore and fragrant mustard fields combine with ancestral home and gracious host give you a real taste of Punjab.
Culturally the most significant place of worship for Sikhs and one of the oldest Sikh gurdwaras, the Golden Temple is not just known for its beautiful construction and spiritual richness. Visit this holy place, listen to shabad kirtan (Sikh devotional hymns), and enjoy karah prasad (a sweet preparation served in gurudwaras).The Golden Temple is renowned for its ‘spotless langar’ that feeds any and all visitors, Sikh or otherwise, needy or rich, starved or stuffed, with unquestioning largesse.
Your stay is at this haveli built with mud and bricks amidst a bucolic countryside. Here you will enjoy the hospitality of a village home, local farming, local cuisine, and a vast stretch of land with glinting wheat ears—an unforgettable experience for many years to come.
Special mention must be made of the food—simple, home-cooked, wholesome food that promises to lure you back to the hospitable charms of the Kothi.
If feel like , go for walks around the village & get the flavor of a day in the life of a Punjab village. Visit the village Gurudwara. Reconnect with your roots, experience the tranquility of the Punjabi countryside and farm life. Come back to the Kothi to cups of addictive chai, stuffed paranthas dripping freshly-churned butter, and lots of conversation.
Evenings are spent at the haveli, being regaled with stories about the people of Punjab, over hearty meals of sarson da saag and makki di roti ( season dependent ofcourse) Come Breakaway…