AN UNFORGETTABLE TRIP TO CHOKI DHANI
Presidium Senior Secondary School organizes trips for the students to the places of cultural and historical significance. These trips are excellent means for providing combined learning and fun to students, thereby offering unparalleled learning experience to them. Recently, Presidians of class IV and V visited Choki Dhani, which is a well recreated Rajasthani village on the outskirts of Jaipur.
The students were well escorted by their teachers, who not only ensured their well being and safety but also participated in the fun-filled experience with the students. On their way to Choki Dhani, they stopped over at Amer Fort, which is set on the dry wrinkled Aravali Hills, and is surrounded by fortified battlements. The fort reflected the blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The students were thrilled to see amazing Jaigarh Cannon, which is the largest in the world. Finally, students reached Choki Dhani and were exuberant to see its ethnic culture and tradition. Further, they explored Choki Dhani’s rustic ambience, colorful Rajasthani culture and its tribal art. They saw live folk dance of Rajasthan and even participated in it. They also enjoyed camel rides. The hotel rooms where students stayed were well furnished and reflected the ambience of rustic village of Rajasthan.
On the 2nd day, students visited the City Palace and the Jantar Mantar, where after exploring the place, students posed lot of questions to their teachers. Also, they relished the authentic Rajasthani vegetarian cuisine, which included dal –bati churma, gatte ki sabji, khichda, bura, ker sangria etc. The food was served on the leaf platter in typical Rajasthani style. While returning back, they stopped to shop and bought souvenirs and mementos for their family members and friends.
To sum it up, Choki Dhani’s sheer simplicity and beauty mesmerized one and all. It truly provided an unforgettable experience to students.
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