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WelcomHeritage Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat is a fine juxtaposition of arid topography and lush green orchards. The verbatim of Maharani Bagh is ‘The Queen’s Garden” and was very lovingly gifted by Maharaja Takhat Singh of Jodhpur to his Maharani in the 19th century. The garden is located at the foot of the thickly forested Aravalli Hills that divides the former kingdoms of Jodhpur and Udaipur. This utopia for nature lovers has regular sightings of wild-boar, sambhar, sloth bear, and an elusive leopard on rare occasions. 

Ranakpur, a small village in the Aravalli range is known for the 15th century, Jain Temple. This whimsical town is a beautiful confluence of nature and culture, and tourists from far off visit the incredible temples, monuments, and jungles around Ranakpur. There are many adjoining small towns and villages full of alluring historical sights. Many cultural tours are arranged for the tourists to showcase the livelihood of dwellers and the intriguing stories around its architecture, monuments, cuisine, and traditions. 

This tranquil retreat is essentially a private forest and has a cluster of beautifully designed cottages inundated from the aroma of mango, lime, and pomegranate, making the stay experience a truly memorable one. Two multi-cuisine restaurants with Rajasthani hospitality offer a great gastronomical experience. The proximity of the resort to all the popular tourist attractions makes WelcomHeritage Maharani Bagh Orchard a perfect choice for your stay at Ranakpur. 
 

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SERVICES & FACILITIES

•    Doctor on call
•    Travel assistance
•    Credit card acceptance 
•    Money exchange 
•    Car hire services

LEISURE & RECREATION


•    Swimming pool
•    Nature walk
•    Jogging tracks
•    Lawn croquet
•    Indoor and outdoor games
•    Campfire dinner (on request)
•    Machaan with barbeque (on request)
•    Unique theme evenings (on request)
•    Horse/Camel/Bullock cart rides & safaries (on request)

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Jhupa Restaurant - A multi-cuisine restaurant with a special Rajasthani menu to savor. The forgotten royal recipes of the yesteryears like Junglee maas and some popular ones like Gatta curry, Maas Ke Sholey are must-try. 

Badla Restaurant - This al-fresco hut is another multi-cuisine restaurant of the resort. Offering a unique experience of dining in the serenity of nature, one can enjoy the bounties of the garden while relishing the delicacies of the resort. 
 

excursions

Ranakpur Jain Temple: Known for its intricate carvings and beautiful architecture, Ranakpur temple was built in the 15th century. The vast complex has temples of the Chaumukha, the Parsavanath, the Amba Mata, and the Surya. Having a staggering 1,444 pillars, the temple has mesmerizing sculptures, figurines, geometrical patterns, and scrollwork. 
 4 km from the resort

Ranakpur Dam:  2.5 km away from the resort is this interlude from the city chaos. The gleaming sight of the water surrounded by the mountains is visited for its scenic beauty. This reservoir of Ranakpur offers a stupendous view at the time of dawn and dusk.  
 2.5 km from the resort

Khumbalgarh Jeep Safari: Undertake the most surreal experience of witnessing the magnificent beasts of the Jungle Kingdom. The enchanting woodlands of the Kumbalgarh have the most impressive flora and fauna and is a well-protected sanctuary where sightings of wolves, leopards, sloth bears, deer, etc. are common. One can also visit the forts and temples in the surrounding areas of the sanctuary. 
 35 km from the resort

Sadri Temple Town : In the proximity of Ranakpur , Sadri is a town full of fascination and folklore. A congregation for temples, history, and art, Sadri is full of mesmerizing places to explore. Chintamani Parasnath, Varahavatar, and Parashuram Mahadev temples are the most noticeable. Strolling around Sadri one can shop souvenirs like colourful and traditional clothes, kitchenware, jewellery, etc.  
 6 km from the resort

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OVERVIEW

WelcomHeritage Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat is a fine juxtaposition of arid topography and lush green orchards. The verbatim of Maharani Bagh is ‘The Queen’s Garden” and was very lovingly gifted by Maharaja Takhat Singh of Jodhpur to his Maharani in the 19th century. The garden is located at the foot of the thickly forested Aravalli Hills that divides the former kingdoms of Jodhpur and Udaipur. This utopia for nature lovers has regular sightings of wild-boar, sambhar, sloth bear, and an elusive leopard on rare occasions. 

Ranakpur, a small village in the Aravalli range is known for the 15th century, Jain Temple. This whimsical town is a beautiful confluence of nature and culture, and tourists from far off visit the incredible temples, monuments, and jungles around Ranakpur. There are many adjoining small towns and villages full of alluring historical sights. Many cultural tours are arranged for the tourists to showcase the livelihood of dwellers and the intriguing stories around its architecture, monuments, cuisine, and traditions. 

This tranquil retreat is essentially a private forest and has a cluster of beautifully designed cottages inundated from the aroma of mango, lime, and pomegranate, making the stay experience a truly memorable one. Two multi-cuisine restaurants with Rajasthani hospitality offer a great gastronomical experience. The proximity of the resort to all the popular tourist attractions makes WelcomHeritage Maharani Bagh Orchard a perfect choice for your stay at Ranakpur. 
 

Read More

SERVICES & FACILITIES

•    Doctor on call
•    Travel assistance
•    Credit card acceptance 
•    Money exchange 
•    Car hire services

LEISURE & RECREATION


•    Swimming pool
•    Nature walk
•    Jogging tracks
•    Lawn croquet
•    Indoor and outdoor games
•    Campfire dinner (on request)
•    Machaan with barbeque (on request)
•    Unique theme evenings (on request)
•    Horse/Camel/Bullock cart rides & safaries (on request)

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Jhupa Restaurant - A multi-cuisine restaurant with a special Rajasthani menu to savor. The forgotten royal recipes of the yesteryears like Junglee maas and some popular ones like Gatta curry, Maas Ke Sholey are must-try. 

Badla Restaurant - This al-fresco hut is another multi-cuisine restaurant of the resort. Offering a unique experience of dining in the serenity of nature, one can enjoy the bounties of the garden while relishing the delicacies of the resort. 
 

Ranakpur Jain Temple: Known for its intricate carvings and beautiful architecture, Ranakpur temple was built in the 15th century. The vast complex has temples of the Chaumukha, the Parsavanath, the Amba Mata, and the Surya. Having a staggering 1,444 pillars, the temple has mesmerizing sculptures, figurines, geometrical patterns, and scrollwork. 
 4 km from the resort

Ranakpur Dam:  2.5 km away from the resort is this interlude from the city chaos. The gleaming sight of the water surrounded by the mountains is visited for its scenic beauty. This reservoir of Ranakpur offers a stupendous view at the time of dawn and dusk.  
 2.5 km from the resort

Khumbalgarh Jeep Safari: Undertake the most surreal experience of witnessing the magnificent beasts of the Jungle Kingdom. The enchanting woodlands of the Kumbalgarh have the most impressive flora and fauna and is a well-protected sanctuary where sightings of wolves, leopards, sloth bears, deer, etc. are common. One can also visit the forts and temples in the surrounding areas of the sanctuary. 
 35 km from the resort

Sadri Temple Town : In the proximity of Ranakpur , Sadri is a town full of fascination and folklore. A congregation for temples, history, and art, Sadri is full of mesmerizing places to explore. Chintamani Parasnath, Varahavatar, and Parashuram Mahadev temples are the most noticeable. Strolling around Sadri one can shop souvenirs like colourful and traditional clothes, kitchenware, jewellery, etc.  
 6 km from the resort

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ACCOMMODATIONS

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WelcomHeritage Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat - Cottage Room
COTTAGE ROOM
The experience of staying in these beautiful cottages standing in the midst of orchards of fruit-bearing trees and chirping birds is very refreshing. The decor of the room is matched with the regular households of Rajasthan. The use of bright colors in the handlooms and tapestry, simplistic wooden furniture, warm lights and handmade paintings evoke a luring charm. The area spread of the room is 216 sq. ft.  
  •  Wi-Fi facility
  •  Mini Bar
  •  LED TV with satellite channels
  •  Safety lockers
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WH MAHARANI BAGH ORCHARD RETREAT

  • Sadri, Dist. Pali Ranakpur Rajasthan 306702 India
  • +91 2934-285151, 285105, 286615
  • reservationsmbor@jodhanaheritage.com