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OVERVIEW

WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi, the residence of quondam Zamindar Perumal was built over 400 years ago near the bank of the holy River Ganga. Some archived documents divulge the use of Badi Kothi as the headquarter for Tax Collection during the British Raj.Queued-up commoners summoned by the high officials seated on the luxuriously cushioned seats would often imprison tax defaulters in the Jail built within the premise of the Kothi. Frequently visited by eminent freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri depicts the importance Badi Kothi once held. Legends have it that Saint Mirabai also stayed at Badi Kothi. During the Indian independence, a collection of poems and articles about the Independence of India were released by the printing press present within Badi Kothi. 

The entwined narrative of the Zamindari system, power, and dominance during the Indian British Raj is well highlighted by the original sandstone facade, Pietra dura carvings on the temple, artifacts, and even the infamous jail. The proximity of the River Ganga, Jamuna, and Saraswati’s confluence add beautiful synchronicity of spirituality to an otherwise experience of history and heritage.
 

The thoughtful amalgamation of luxury and contemporary offerings with the heritage of WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi offers an unabridged experience of old-world charm, comfort, care, and a devotional indulgence to all its discerning guests.

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SERVICES & FACILITIES

  •     Laundry 
  •     Credit card
  •     Travel desk
  •     Car hire service
  •     Conference hall 
  •     Doctor on call
  •     24*7 Front Office
  •     Television with satellite channels

LEISURE & RECREATION

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

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Badi Kothi Restaurant -  a vegetarian’s delight
On the ground floor of the Kothi is a pure vegetarian multi-cuisine restaurant that can hold up to 30 people. The restaurant along with serving popular dishes like Chinese and Italian, also offers a range of locally consumed dishes like Nimona, Baakh, Fara, Khasta Kachori, Taheri, etc
 

excursions

Triveni Sangam  

The confluence of the mighty rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati is a popular Hindu pilgrimage. According to a belief bathing in the confluence can wash away all the past sins and attain salvation. The city name Prayagraj is driven from the Triveni Sangam, often referred to as ‘Prayag’. It is just 1.5km away from the hotel. 

Veni Madhav

300 meters away from the hotel is one of the 12 Madhav temples, Veni Madhav. Believed to be present since the beginning of Treta Yug and according to a popular legend, Saint Chaitanya Mahaprabhu did his penance here. The Deity is an avatar of Lord Vishu who is worshipped along with his consort Lakshmi here. Veni Madhav is believed to be a unity of the holy trinity - creator, preserver, and transformer. 


Allahabad Fort

Build-in 1583 by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, Allahabad Fort is situated on the banks of River Yamuna. Situated at a distance of 3.5km from the hotel, the beautiful Fort is been associated with tragic stories of suicides. Only a small part of the Fort is accessible and visited by tourists due to the dense forest around it. The Fort is best explored from its outside on a boat ride. Interestingly it is known to be the largest fort ever built by Akbar.


Chandra Shekhar Azad park & Allahabad Museum

Allahabad Museum is located inside the beautiful manicured Chandra Shekhar Azad Park (Formerly known as Company Bagh) has a large collection of stone sculptures, miniature paintings, and a varied range of collections of terracotta, arms, armors, archeological and literary assemblage. Spread over 13 acres of sprawling green landscape this serene park is the biggest in Allahabad. The museum is about 5 km away from the hotel.

Sita Samahit Sthal

Sita Samahit Sthal is just 60 m from the Kothi and believed to be the speck where Sita Mata took refuge under the Earth after being questioned for her purity and chastity. It is a well-known Hindu pilgrimage and a must-visit for mythology followers and believers.

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OVERVIEW

WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi, the residence of quondam Zamindar Perumal was built over 400 years ago near the bank of the holy River Ganga. Some archived documents divulge the use of Badi Kothi as the headquarter for Tax Collection during the British Raj.Queued-up commoners summoned by the high officials seated on the luxuriously cushioned seats would often imprison tax defaulters in the Jail built within the premise of the Kothi. Frequently visited by eminent freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri depicts the importance Badi Kothi once held. Legends have it that Saint Mirabai also stayed at Badi Kothi. During the Indian independence, a collection of poems and articles about the Independence of India were released by the printing press present within Badi Kothi. 

The entwined narrative of the Zamindari system, power, and dominance during the Indian British Raj is well highlighted by the original sandstone facade, Pietra dura carvings on the temple, artifacts, and even the infamous jail. The proximity of the River Ganga, Jamuna, and Saraswati’s confluence add beautiful synchronicity of spirituality to an otherwise experience of history and heritage.
 

The thoughtful amalgamation of luxury and contemporary offerings with the heritage of WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi offers an unabridged experience of old-world charm, comfort, care, and a devotional indulgence to all its discerning guests.

Read More

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

Badi Kothi Restaurant -  a vegetarian’s delight
On the ground floor of the Kothi is a pure vegetarian multi-cuisine restaurant that can hold up to 30 people. The restaurant along with serving popular dishes like Chinese and Italian, also offers a range of locally consumed dishes like Nimona, Baakh, Fara, Khasta Kachori, Taheri, etc
 

Triveni Sangam  

The confluence of the mighty rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati is a popular Hindu pilgrimage. According to a belief bathing in the confluence can wash away all the past sins and attain salvation. The city name Prayagraj is driven from the Triveni Sangam, often referred to as ‘Prayag’. It is just 1.5km away from the hotel. 

Veni Madhav

300 meters away from the hotel is one of the 12 Madhav temples, Veni Madhav. Believed to be present since the beginning of Treta Yug and according to a popular legend, Saint Chaitanya Mahaprabhu did his penance here. The Deity is an avatar of Lord Vishu who is worshipped along with his consort Lakshmi here. Veni Madhav is believed to be a unity of the holy trinity - creator, preserver, and transformer. 


Allahabad Fort

Build-in 1583 by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, Allahabad Fort is situated on the banks of River Yamuna. Situated at a distance of 3.5km from the hotel, the beautiful Fort is been associated with tragic stories of suicides. Only a small part of the Fort is accessible and visited by tourists due to the dense forest around it. The Fort is best explored from its outside on a boat ride. Interestingly it is known to be the largest fort ever built by Akbar.


Chandra Shekhar Azad park & Allahabad Museum

Allahabad Museum is located inside the beautiful manicured Chandra Shekhar Azad Park (Formerly known as Company Bagh) has a large collection of stone sculptures, miniature paintings, and a varied range of collections of terracotta, arms, armors, archeological and literary assemblage. Spread over 13 acres of sprawling green landscape this serene park is the biggest in Allahabad. The museum is about 5 km away from the hotel.

Sita Samahit Sthal

Sita Samahit Sthal is just 60 m from the Kothi and believed to be the speck where Sita Mata took refuge under the Earth after being questioned for her purity and chastity. It is a well-known Hindu pilgrimage and a must-visit for mythology followers and believers.

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ACCOMMODATIONS

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WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi - Rai Sabah Room
KIVAAD ROOM - 7
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 - 13
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 - 3
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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Contact Us

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WELCOMHERITAGE BADI KOTHI

  • 918/572 Badi Kothi, Daraganj, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh - 211006
  • +919519292271,
  • holidays@welcomheritagehotels.in


By Air

Distance from Prayagraj Airport - 14 km 

By Train

Distance from Pragya Ghat Railway Station- 600 meters