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OVERVIEW

Peru mal a known Zaimndar and a banker used to live in this majestically carved Kothi, named – Badi Kothi. This Kothi is built near the banks of the holy river Ganges, dated back to more than 400 years. History archives highlight that this Kothi back then also served as the headquarters for tax collection, locals used to wait outside on the Kothi in a que while the defaulters were locked in a jail, which is was built within the premises. This jail is still present in the Kothi, as it was during that century.

Historians also reflect on a fact that Badi Kothi once hosted Mirabai, while she visited Daraganj during her pilgrimage – Veni Madhav temple. She also devoted a poem “Chalo man Ganga Yamuna Teer.” 

Peru Mal’s descendants, Rai Amarnath was active in India’s freedom movement. In 1936, he was President of Zamindar Association and also the member of first Raj Sabha when it was established. He was also a mentor and friend of India’s second Prime Minister - Lal Bahadur Shastri, while the latter lodged at the Kothih for longer stays. Till date his room on the terrace is kept as it was back then. Freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi and renowned personalities like Indira Gandhi, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Raj Kapoor and Harivansh Rai Bachan, Suryakant Tripathi (nirala), Mahadevi Verma are amongst the names who have visited this Kothi. It was also revealed that the Kothi also has an in-house printing press, which was used for writing articles about the freedom of India post-Independence.
 
The facade of the Kothi is made of sandstone, intricately carved by craftsmen of Rajasthan. Steps lead up to the raised courtyard where a fountain stands and to the left large hall which acted as an office for tax collection. A small chamber opening off the hall, acted as a prison for defaulters. There are many iron safes which you will see around,  one such large safe is restored as the reception desk.  

With its proximity to the Ganga, Yamuna, Saraswati and a rich cultural history, Badi Kothi is home to heritage experiences amalgamated with leisure. It offers a Unique Heritage Experience to the visitors as well as to those who want to feel the Royal Zamindars Culture and their way of Life. The Heritage Hotel offers a complete Package of Old World Charm, spiritually, with Modern & Luxurious interiors, with many rich features.

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SERVICES & FACILITIES

  • 24*7 Front office 
  • Travel desk
  • Television with satellite channels
  • Laundry 
  • Credit card
  • Car hire service
  • Outdoor play area
  • Conference hall 
  • Doctor on call
  • Library

LEISURE & RECREATION

  • Yoga and meditation centre
  • Outdoor games- flying kites, badminton, hopscotch, tic-tac-toe
  • Indoor games- carom, tambola, chess
  • City tour
  • Tanga ride
  • Black bug sighting
  • Boating

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Badi Kothi Restaurant -  a vegetarian’s delight
The Kothi has a restaurant in the ground floor, just like the older days which can host up to 30 people at a time/ serve multi-cuisine along with local dishes, which is a must try as it’s especially recommended by the Chef.

excursions

Triveni Sangam  
At a mere distance of  1.5 kms from the Kothi, you will find yourself at Triven Sangam. This ghat is one of the highly revered religious sites in Prayagraj, the term ‘Sangam’ refers to the place where the three mighty rivers – Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati meet forming a confluence. Tourists and pilgrims from all over India come here to take the holy dip every year.

Veni Madhav

At old GT road in Bai-ka-Bagh, only 300 meters away from the WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi is situated 171 years old Veni Madhav temple, one of the 12 Madhav temples in Prayagraj. A huge black gate leads the way to this temple, and has a strong link with the royal family of Gwalior – the Scindias. According to historians, this temple was built by Baija Bai Saheb, wife of Srimant Daulat Rao Scindia in the year of 1835 when she camped here for 4-5 years.

Allahabad fort
At a distance of 3.5 Kms you will find the Allahabad Fort, a splendid work of architecture, this fort was built during the reign of Akbar, the Mughal Emperor in 1583. The marvellous structure is located on the banks of the confluence of the Rivers Ganga and Yamuna and interestingly is known as the largest fort ever built by Akbar.

Chandra Shekhar azad park & Allahabad Museum
Formerly known as Alfred Park and now renamed as Chandra Shekhar Azad Company Garden is a must visit to rediscover the historical importance of this iconic park. This park is situated in one of the most prominent areas of Allahabad and is just 4.6 Kms from WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi. It was built in the year 1870 to mark the visit of Prince Alfred in the city. Spread across an area of 13 acres is one the biggest public parks in Allahabad.

Sitamarhi
Sitamarhi also known as Sita Samahit Sthal, it’s just 60 m from the Kothi and is believed that it is in this place where Mata Sita went into the Earth as mentioned in epic Ramayana. It is a well-known Hindu pilgrimage and a must visit for mythology followers and believers.

Chitrakoot
A must visit stop for capturing the fiestas and fairs of this holy town it’s 130 kms from Allahabad, which has a spiritual façade and it is geared up to eulogize the charm of Lord Rama followed by different fairs. Ram Lila is one of the most legendary festivals of Chitrakoot, held during the last week of February. Chitrakoot was home to Lord Rama, Sita and brother Lakshman for 11 years out of the 14 years of his exile.

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OVERVIEW

Peru mal a known Zaimndar and a banker used to live in this majestically carved Kothi, named – Badi Kothi. This Kothi is built near the banks of the holy river Ganges, dated back to more than 400 years. History archives highlight that this Kothi back then also served as the headquarters for tax collection, locals used to wait outside on the Kothi in a que while the defaulters were locked in a jail, which is was built within the premises. This jail is still present in the Kothi, as it was during that century.

Historians also reflect on a fact that Badi Kothi once hosted Mirabai, while she visited Daraganj during her pilgrimage – Veni Madhav temple. She also devoted a poem “Chalo man Ganga Yamuna Teer.” 

Peru Mal’s descendants, Rai Amarnath was active in India’s freedom movement. In 1936, he was President of Zamindar Association and also the member of first Raj Sabha when it was established. He was also a mentor and friend of India’s second Prime Minister - Lal Bahadur Shastri, while the latter lodged at the Kothih for longer stays. Till date his room on the terrace is kept as it was back then. Freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi and renowned personalities like Indira Gandhi, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Raj Kapoor and Harivansh Rai Bachan, Suryakant Tripathi (nirala), Mahadevi Verma are amongst the names who have visited this Kothi. It was also revealed that the Kothi also has an in-house printing press, which was used for writing articles about the freedom of India post-Independence.
 
The facade of the Kothi is made of sandstone, intricately carved by craftsmen of Rajasthan. Steps lead up to the raised courtyard where a fountain stands and to the left large hall which acted as an office for tax collection. A small chamber opening off the hall, acted as a prison for defaulters. There are many iron safes which you will see around,  one such large safe is restored as the reception desk.  

With its proximity to the Ganga, Yamuna, Saraswati and a rich cultural history, Badi Kothi is home to heritage experiences amalgamated with leisure. It offers a Unique Heritage Experience to the visitors as well as to those who want to feel the Royal Zamindars Culture and their way of Life. The Heritage Hotel offers a complete Package of Old World Charm, spiritually, with Modern & Luxurious interiors, with many rich features.

Read More

SERVICES & FACILITIES
  • 24*7 Front office 
  • Travel desk
  • Television with satellite channels
  • Laundry 
  • Credit card
  • Car hire service
  • Outdoor play area
  • Conference hall 
  • Doctor on call
  • Library
LEISURE & RECREATION
  • Yoga and meditation centre
  • Outdoor games- flying kites, badminton, hopscotch, tic-tac-toe
  • Indoor games- carom, tambola, chess
  • City tour
  • Tanga ride
  • Black bug sighting
  • Boating
FOOD & BEVERAGE

Badi Kothi Restaurant -  a vegetarian’s delight
The Kothi has a restaurant in the ground floor, just like the older days which can host up to 30 people at a time/ serve multi-cuisine along with local dishes, which is a must try as it’s especially recommended by the Chef.

Triveni Sangam  
At a mere distance of  1.5 kms from the Kothi, you will find yourself at Triven Sangam. This ghat is one of the highly revered religious sites in Prayagraj, the term ‘Sangam’ refers to the place where the three mighty rivers – Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati meet forming a confluence. Tourists and pilgrims from all over India come here to take the holy dip every year.

Veni Madhav

At old GT road in Bai-ka-Bagh, only 300 meters away from the WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi is situated 171 years old Veni Madhav temple, one of the 12 Madhav temples in Prayagraj. A huge black gate leads the way to this temple, and has a strong link with the royal family of Gwalior – the Scindias. According to historians, this temple was built by Baija Bai Saheb, wife of Srimant Daulat Rao Scindia in the year of 1835 when she camped here for 4-5 years.

Allahabad fort
At a distance of 3.5 Kms you will find the Allahabad Fort, a splendid work of architecture, this fort was built during the reign of Akbar, the Mughal Emperor in 1583. The marvellous structure is located on the banks of the confluence of the Rivers Ganga and Yamuna and interestingly is known as the largest fort ever built by Akbar.

Chandra Shekhar azad park & Allahabad Museum
Formerly known as Alfred Park and now renamed as Chandra Shekhar Azad Company Garden is a must visit to rediscover the historical importance of this iconic park. This park is situated in one of the most prominent areas of Allahabad and is just 4.6 Kms from WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi. It was built in the year 1870 to mark the visit of Prince Alfred in the city. Spread across an area of 13 acres is one the biggest public parks in Allahabad.

Sitamarhi
Sitamarhi also known as Sita Samahit Sthal, it’s just 60 m from the Kothi and is believed that it is in this place where Mata Sita went into the Earth as mentioned in epic Ramayana. It is a well-known Hindu pilgrimage and a must visit for mythology followers and believers.

Chitrakoot
A must visit stop for capturing the fiestas and fairs of this holy town it’s 130 kms from Allahabad, which has a spiritual façade and it is geared up to eulogize the charm of Lord Rama followed by different fairs. Ram Lila is one of the most legendary festivals of Chitrakoot, held during the last week of February. Chitrakoot was home to Lord Rama, Sita and brother Lakshman for 11 years out of the 14 years of his exile.

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ACCOMMODATIONS

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WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi - Rai Sabah Room
KIVAAD ROOM
Kivaad rooms is named after the old ornamental doorway known as ‘Kivaad’. From the absolute regal interiors to the carvings, this room will give you an lifetime of experience. This accommodation is an amazing blend of old traditional décor combined and restored with modern contemporary facilities and amenities, curated keeping the comfort as a priority. 
  •  Wi-Fi facility
  •  Tea/coffee maker
  •  Electronic Safe
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WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi - Gaukha Room
GAUKHA ROOMS
Reconnect with the bygone era while you stay at the ‘Gaukha’ rooms, named after the beautiful centuries old jharokha style carvings, which is also known as Gaukha in North India. This room is perfected with the traditional style setting accustomed with modern facilities and amenities. Perfect spacious rooms to stay along your family 
  •  Wi-Fi facility
  •  Mini Bar
  •  Tea/coffee maker
  •  LED television with HD connection
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WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi - Shastri Suites
SHASTRI SUITES
The history of this Kothi is marked with the presence of many historical figures, one such name is Lal Bahadur Shastri, he lodged here along with his family. This accommodation will let you re-visit an era from before and after Independent India, equipped with all modern day facilities like the flat LED TV.
  •  Wi-Fi facility
  •  Mini Bar
  •  Tea/coffee maker
  •  LED television with HD connection
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WELCOMHERITAGE BADI KOTHI

  • 918/572 Badi Kothi, Daraganj, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh - 211006
  • 9140956939
  • holidays@welcomheritagehotels.in